In the last 5 years I worked on an expanding cultural analytics perspective, applying machine learning and big data approaches to my research: the analyses of cultural phenomena and the circulation of cultural goods from a global perspective. Along these lines I have managed to secure funding for over 1.8 million euros thanks to personal grants and European, national and regional projects, enabling large and inspiring opportunities to 9 PhD students and 4 postdoctoral fellows, all under my supervision. I have contributed with research on culture and society (including global cultural history, mobility, gender or media studies) and culture and digital methods (advanced humanities computational methods, network research, and interdisciplinarity). Within a transnational and innovative data-driven approach I reached two main scientific goals: 1) I reviewed existing theoretical frameworks on the notion of the global applied to literature and other disciplines in the social sciences and I promoted the analysis of literary processes, places and actors at a local and global scale and 2) I paved the way for novel research on cultural mediation, cultural transfer and sociology of translation from a theoretical perspective but also with case studies related to Spain and Latin America. My research combines quantitative and qualitative analyses and uses innovative visualization techniques. The most relevant outcomes of these 5 years are: 1) successful research projects (ERC StG, R&D Excellence Programe, BBVA); 2) 17 publications in top ranked journals and publishers; 3) the Global Literary Studies Research Group and training actions for my team (12 people); 4) Doctoral thesis (10 PhD students, the latter will start in Autum 2020); 5) Internationalization (39 conference papers: 10 keynotes, 13 invited talks, 11 papers and 5 panels), visiting fellowships (Oxford, 2017-2018, until 2016 in Leuven); 6) Collaboration agreeements; 6) Dissemination and Open Science.