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Susana Paula de Magalhães Oliveira

Research Group: English Studies: Literature (RG 1)
Professional Title: PhD student
Academic Degrees: (2009) Master’s degree in English and American Studies. Dissertation entitled “A Mulher do Renascimento Inglês segundo a Escolástica e a Tradição Medieval” (Supervisor: Dr Maria de Jesus Crespo Candeias Velez Relvas), UniversidadeAberta; (2005) First degree in Portuguese and English Teaching, UniversidadeAberta.
Institutional Address: CEAUL - FLUL, Alameda da Universidade, 1600-214 Lisboa
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Main Achievements:

  • (2012). Young Researchers SEDERI Annual Award for: “‘But Why no Woman Write, I pray?’ Sarah Jinner’s Defence of Women’s Public Voice in her Almanacks” in the 23rd Int. SEDERI Conf., Seville.

Research Outputs

Publications in peer reviewed journals and/or other publications:

  • (2015). “Revisiting the Tudor Myth in Sandra Worth’s The Rose of York Trilogy: A Contribution in Reassessing Richard III”. In Abel Nascimento Pena et al (Eds.) Revisitar o Mito/Myths Revisited. Lisbon: Húmus, 2015. 299-306.
  • (2014). “Revisiting the Tudor Myth in Sandra Worth’s The Rose of York Trilogy: A Contribution in Reassessing Richard III” (forthcoming publication from paper at Int. Conf. Recycling Myths).
  • (2013). “Early Modern Women’s Concept of Woman: the Weak Body and the Heroic Inner Self.” Anglo Saxonica: Revista do Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa. Series III. Nr. 5: 173-87.

Other activities

Presentations in international conferences

Poster:

  • (2015). “Through the eyes of the ambassadors: Written Representations of the Tudors”, REPRESENTING the TUDORS: An Interdisciplinary Conference, University of South Wales, 10–11 July.
  • (2015). “’The surmises and discourses of jealous heads’: Elizabeth I and the Portuguese succession crisis of 1580”, 26th International SEDERI (Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies) Conference, Baeza, Jaén, 11-13 May.
  • (2014). “A Portuguese “calf-worshipper” amongst an Anglican Community: Reporting a diplomatic incident”, 25th International SEDERI (Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies) Conference, Oviedo, 14-16 May.
  • (2013). “Charting Mindscapes: The Contribution of Diplomatic Correspondence of the Portuguese Ambassadors in England.” 24th Int. SEDERI Conf., Huelva, 13-15 Mar.
  • (2012). “Early Modern Women’s Concept of Woman: the Weak Body and the Heroic Inner Self.” Int. Conf. Heroic Bodies, Bodies of Flesh: Representing the Body in Early Modern Life Narratives/Corps héroïque, corps de chair dans les récits de vie de la première modernité, U Reims Champagne-Ardenne, 31 May-1 Jun.
  • (2011). “‘But Why no Woman Write, I pray?’ Sarah Jinner’s Defence of Women’s Public Voice in her Almanacks.” 23rd Int. SEDERI Conf., Seville, 23-25 Mar.
  • (2010). “Women’s Renaissance: The Private and the Public Spheres.” 22nd Int. SEDERI Conf., Madrid, 22-24 Apr.

Presentations in national conferences

Poster:

  • (2012). “Revisiting the Tudor Myth in Sandra Worth’s The Rose of York Trilogy: A Contribution in Reassessing Richard III.” Int. Conf. Revisitar o Mito/Recycling Myths. U Lisboa, 2-4 May.

Future Research:

  • Currently doing PhD in English Culture and Literature in the Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon (Supervisor: Dr. Adelaide Meira Serras; Co-Supervisor: Dr. Maria de Jesus Crespo Candeias Velez Relvas).
  • Since 2010 – Tutor at Universidade Aberta (UAb), a public distance-teaching university. Teaching seminars entitled “Sociedade e Cultura Inglesas/British Culture and Society”, “Literatura Inglesa (Renascimento)/English Literature (Renaissance), and English Language (CQES).



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