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Miguel Ângelo Rodrigues Fernandes

Research Group: English Studies: Literature (RG 1)
Professional Title: Researcher
Academic Degrees: (2010) Masters in Anglo-Portuguese Studies, FCSH-UNL; (2005) Graduate Diploma in Educational Training, FL-UL; (2002) Degree in Modern Language and Literature, FL-UL.
Institutional Address: Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa, Cidade Universitária, 1600-214 Lisboa, Portugal.
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Main Achievements:

  • (2010). AUTHOR(S): DEMONIC AGENCIES IN THE POSTMODERN NOVEL – THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JESUS CHRIST, BY JOSÉ SARAMAGO, AND THE MASTER OF PETERSBURG, BY J. M. COETZEE), Masters in Anglo-Portuguese Studies, presented to the New University of Lisbon.

Research Outputs

Publications in peer reviewed journals and/or other publications:

  • (2012). “Losing Face to Keep Life: Estratégias para a negociação da subjectividade.” Linguagem – Estudos e Pesquisas. Vol. 16. Nr.1-2: 217-231.
  • (2011). “Regresso às Origens: Pistas para a Construção da Identidade do Bem e do Mal.” Opsis. Vol. 11. Nr. 2: 47-62.

Other research outputs:

  • (2013). “Evil in Tolkien.” Seminar on Tolkien, U Lisboa, Feb.

Other activities

Presentations in international conferences

Poster:

  • (2012). “Losing Face to Keep Life: Strategies for the Negotiation of Subjectivity.” Int. Conf. On the Discourse of Identity, U Santiago de Compostela, Jun.
  • (2012). “It’s Homeostasis Fault: Why We Are Addicted to Literary Images of Pain.” Int. Conf. Paranoia and Pain, U Liverpool, Apr.

Presentations in national conferences

Poster:

  • (2012). “Harry Potter and The Chronicles of Narnia: Fantastic Heroes on Display.” Int. Conf. Messengers from the Stars – Episode II, U Lisboa, Nov.
  • (2012). “Muggles and the Harry Potter Saga.” Int. Cong. Changing Times: Performances and Identities on Screen, U Lisboa, Nov.
  • (2012). “On the Science of Fear: Dr. Jekill and Mr. Hide, Dexter and Fringe.” Int. Conf. Dracula and the Gothic in Literature, Pop Culture and the Arts, U Minho, Jun.
  • (2012). “God played and the World was made: Myth and Christian Cosmogony.” Int. Conf. Recycling Myths, U Lisboa, May.
  • (2011). “Politeness Systems and The Hobbit.” 6th Forum for Linguistic Sharing, U Nova Lisboa, Nov.

Future Research:

  • (2013). “Beautiful bodies: blood, guts and bones.” Body Horror: Contagion, Mutation, Transformation, 2nd Global Conference, Athens, 1-3 Nov.
  • (2013). “Blood, guts and bones: images of the body in The Lord of the Rings, by Tolkien.” Making Sense of Suffering, 4th Global Conference, Athens, 10-12 Nov.
  • (2013). “Coetzee and Saramago: new alphabets.” Literary Fiction ’13 Conf, Mimar Sinam Fine Arts U, Istanbul, 21-23 Nov.
  • (2013). “Beautiful bodies: blood, guts and bones.” Modern Art ’13 Conference. Mimar Sinam Fine Arts U, Istanbul, 25-27 Nov.
  • (2014). “Harry Potter and The Chronicles of Narnia: Fantastic Heroes on Display.” Messengers from the Stars – Episode II Proceedings, U Lisboa.
  • (2014). Author: Demonic Agencies. Lisboa: Colibri.
  • (2015-2016). “Beautiful Bloody Bodies: Images of Physical Pain and Beauty in Tolkien,” U Lisboa (Ph.D. in Literature and Culture - Culture and Communication Studies).



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