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Mário Vítor Fernandes Araújo Bastos
Research Group: English Studies: Literature (RG 1)
Professional Title: Assistant Professor
Academic Degrees: (2000) PhD in Letters (English Literature); (1990) MA in English and American Studies (American Literature); (1986) First Degree in Portuguese and English Studies.
Institutional Address: Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, Alameda da Universidade, 1600-214 Lisboa
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Research Outputs

Publications in peer reviewed journals and/or other publications:

  • (2011). “Canada in the Making: Pastoral Ideology in the Poetry of the Early Colonial Era.” Anglo Saxonica: Revista do Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa. Series III. Nr. 2: 70-83.
  • (2008). “Gwen Harwood: An Introductory Approach.” Anglo Saxonica: Revista do Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa. Series II. Nr. 26: 57-70.

Chapters in books, including contributions to conference proceedings, essays in collections:

  • (2012). “The Other Life of a Caribbean Man with a Note on Derek Walcott’s Lisbon.” In Kristian Van Haesendonck (Ed.) Going Caribbean. New Perspectives on Caribbean Literature and Art. Húmus: V.N. Famalicão, 243-254.
  • (2012). “Briggflatts de Basil Bunting. Quarta e Quinta Partes. Uma Versão Portuguesa.” In CVFerreira et al. (Eds.) ‘A Scolar for All Seasons’: Homenagem a João de Almeida Flor. Lisboa: CEAUL / DEA – U Lisboa, 797-802.
  • (2009). “The Search for Clear Vision: William Shakespeare and Louis Zukofsky’s Poetics.” In APinheiroS et al. (Co-eds.) ‘So long lives this, and this gives life to thee’: Homenagem a Maria Helena de Paiva Correia. Lisboa: CEAUL, 673-682.

Organisation of scientific dissemination activities:

  • (2011). Co-org. Int. Conf. Life Down Under – Australian Literature Today, U Lisboa. Feb.
  • (2009). Co-org. From Sea to Sea: Canadian Literature and Culture in Lisbon, U Lisboa, Nov.

Other activities:

  • (2010). Supervisor of António Miguel de Campos, “Livro do Caminho e do Bom Caminhar” (Trans. and textual methodologies). Lisboa: Relógio D’Água.

Presentations in international conferences

Poster:

  • (2012). “Aspects of Tyranny in Shakespeare’s Romances.” Int. Conf. Shakespeare and Tyranny, U Murcia, Feb.
  • (2010). “Whitman in 1860 and Fernando Pessoa.” Int. Conf. In Paths Untroden’: The 1860 Leaves of Grass, U Macerata, Jun.

Presentations in national conferences

Poster:

  • (2012). “Rousseau europeu e universal: continuidade nas tradições literárias e culturais anglo-americanas.” Int. Conf. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: o Homem, a Obra, o Pensamento, U Lisboa, Apr.
  • (2011). “White Egrets: Derek Walcott search for Atonement?” Int. Conf. Reviewing Imperial Conflicts Imperial, U Lisboa, Oct.
  • (2011). “From A. D. Hope to Florbela Espanca: Australian Poetry and the Quest of the Universal.” Int. Conf. Life Down Under: Australian Culture and Literature Today, U Lisboa, 14-15 Feb.
  • (2010). “Paul Bowles, The Spider's House, and Orientalism.” Int. Conf. Do You Bowles? U Lisboa, Oct.
  • (2009). “Derek Walcot’s Another Life and Omeros.” Int. Conf. Going Caribbean, U Lisboa, Nov.
  • (2009). “Canadian Identity in the Making: Some Examples taken from the Early Colonial Period.” Int. Conf. From to Sea to Sea: Canadian Literature and Culture in Lisbon, U Lisboa, Nov.
  • (2009). “The Second World War in British and American Modernist Long Poems.” 30th Annual APEAA Conference, U Porto, 19 Feb.

Future Research:

  • (2014). “White Egrets: Derek Walcott search for Atonement?” Reviewing Imperial Conflicts. Cambridge Scholars. (in print)
  • (2014).“Rousseau europeu e universal: continuidade nas tradições literárias e culturais anglo-americanas.” Jean-Jacques Rousseau: o Homem, a Obra, o Pensamento, U de Lisboa. (in print)
  • (2014). “Aspects of Tyranny in Shakespeare’s Romances”. Shakespeare and Tyranny. Cambridge Scholars. (in print)
  • (2014). “France, La Nouvelle Vague and Shakespeare”. (working title) Int. Conf. Shakespeare 450, Paris, in a seminar led by Melissa Croteau (California Baptist U) and Douglas Lenier (London Program, U New Hampshire), 21-27 Apr.


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