José Miguel Caso Gonzalez Daughter was a professor at the Faculty of Philology.A specialist in the eighteenth century who became the rector of the University of Oviedo. Ángeles Caso studied English, French, Italian and Portuguese, music and dance.
She got graduated in Geography, History and Art History, but he had the opportunity to host a program on the regional TV of Asturias her first steps towards journalism.
During 1985 and 1986, she was the hosttes at TVE and the interview program called La Tarde. At the age of 35, she moved away and she never quitt journalism but she decided to start his literary career.
She has worked at cultural institutions such as the Prince of Asturias Foundation or the Feijoo Institute of Studies, the University of Oviedo and different Broadcast Companies such as Televisión Española, Cadena SER, Radio Nacional de España and several newspapers and magazines.
In 2001 she won Fernando Lara novel prize with Un largo silencio. In 1994 he was one of the finalist for the Planeta prizes with El peso de las sombras, an award he finally won in October15th of 2009 for his novel Contra el viento.
She alternates narrative with historical essays in which he pays special attention to the Modern Age and the vision of women throughout history. She is also the author of the screenplay for the movie Deseo (2002), by Gerardo Vera. In May 2015, she wanted to present helself for municipal elections and she ended having the 13th position on the list Somos oviedo platform was promoted by the political parties such as Podemos, Equo and by other social organizations. The formation achieved 6 councils so finally Angeles Case was out of the consistory.
In March of 2016, it launched its first collective project through a crowdfunding platform. "Ellas Mismo. Self-portrait of painters" as a result of years of investigations Ángeles Caso is as an art historian specialized in female gender. This work gathers around 100 works of some 75 pioneering artists and photographers.
She is currently the entrepreneur who owns the publishing house La Letra Azul.
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