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Alexandra Isabel Bugio Bonito Batista Cheira

Grupo de Investigação: Estudos Ingleses: Literatura (GI 1)
Categoria profissional: Researcher; EFL teacher (Secondary School)
Graus Académicos: (1994) First Degree in Modern Languages and Literature, Portuguese and English Studies – Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon; (2005) Master’s Degree in English Literature - Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon (Supervisor: Professor Luísa Maria Flora); PhD candidate on English and American Studies at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon (Supervisor: Professor LFlora)
Morada institucional: CEAUL – Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, Alameda da Universidade, 1600-214 Lisboa
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Actividade Científica

Publicações em revistas com arbitragem científica e/ou outras publicações:

  • (2012). “A Bereaved Mother Writer and a Bereaved Mother Written: the Case of A. S. Byatt’s ‘The July Ghost’ “. Op. Cit. Associação Portuguesa de Estudos Anglo-Americanos. Series II. Nr. 1: 46-62.
  • (2012). “Snowy fusion: Andersen’s Snow Queen and the Grimms’ Snow White blend in A.S.Byatt’s Fiammarosa.” Anglo Saxonica: Revista do Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa. Series III. Nr. 4, 249-261.
  • (2010). “A Walking Metamorphosis”: para uma leitura da fusão de opostos nas construções e figurações da identidade sexual feminina em “A Stone Woman” de A.S.Byatt”. Op.Cit. Associação Portuguesa de Estudos Anglo-Americanos. Nr. 12: 115-133.

Livros e capítulos de livros com circulação internacional:

  • (2013). “Gendered textual erasures: writing Charlotte Perrault and Louisa Carroll out of the wonder tale canon in seventeenth-century France and nineteenth-century England”. In José Luis Martínez-Dueñas Espejo and Rocío G. Sumillera (Eds.) The Failed Text: Literature and Failure. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 97-112.
  • (2012)."Change your princesses, change thyself: magic and metamorphosis in Madame d’Aulnoy’s wonder tales and wondrous life in 17th century France”. In Alexandra Cheira (Ed.) (Re)Presenting Magic, (Un)Doing Evil: Of Human Inner Light and Darkness. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 3-10. (E-book)
  • (2012). “Madness and psychotherapy through the looking glass: the case of King Shahryar’s ma(d)gic internal wound and fair(y) Scheherazade”. In Fátima Alves, Katrina Jaworski and Stephen Butler (Eds.) Madness in Plural Contexts: Crossing Borders, Linking Knowledge. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 57-66. (E-book)
  • (2011). “I Can’t Let (Myself) Go”: piercing (through) motherly landscapes of loss in A.S.Byatt’s “The July Ghost”. In Bev Hogue and Anna Sugiyama (Eds.) Making Sense of Suffering: Theory, Practice, Representation. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 175-184. (E-book)

Livros, incluindo obras de um único autor (incluindo edições escolares de textos e traduções, com introdução e comentários orais ou escritos):

  • (2012). Cheira, Alexandra (ed. and int.) (Re)Presenting Magic, (Un)Doing Evil: Of Human Inner Light and Darkness. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. (E-book)

Capítulos de livros, incluindo as contribuições para artigos em conferências, contribuições para festschriften, ensaios em coleções:

  • (2009). “Things are (not) what they seem: in between dream and nightmare images of female submission in A.S.Byatt’s Morpho Eugenia.” In LFlora (Ed.) Studies in Identity. Lisboa: CEAUL/Edições Colibri, 151-172.

Outras Actividades

Comunicações apresentadas em conferências internacionais

Por convite:

  • (2013). “Literature meets science meets literature: snails, ants and butterflies trail across ‘the two cultures’ in A.S.Byatt’s Morpho Eugenia.” 20th Congress of the Int. Comparative Literature Association (ICLA)/Association Internationale de Littérature Comparée (AILC), Sorbonne, Paris, 18-24 Jul.
  • (2012). “Gendered textual erasures: writing Charlotte Perrault and Louisa Carroll out of the wonder tale canon in 17th century France and 19th century England.” Conf. The Failed Text Conference, Granada, Spain, 18-20 Apr.
  • (2012). “Change your princesses, change thyself: magic and metamorphosis in Madame d’Aulnoy’s wonder tales and wondrous life in 17th century France.” Magic and the Supernatural, 3rd Global Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 15-17 Mar.
  • (2011). “Madness and psychotherapy through the looking glass: the case of King Shahryar’s ma(d)gic internal wound and fair(y) Scheherazade.” Making Sense of: Madness, 4th Global Conference, Oxford, England, 27-29 Sep.
  • (2010). “‘I Can’t Let (Myself) Go’: piercing (through) motherly landscapes of loss in A.S.Byatt’s ‘The July Ghost’.” Making Sense of: Suffering, 1st Global Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 11-13 Nov.

Comunicações apresentadas em conferências nacionais

Por convite:

  • (2013). “What has Academia got to do with it? Teaching wonder tales at high school.” Academy as Community, 34th Annual APEAA Conference, U. Lisboa, 9-10 May.
  • (2013). “Evil Monsters as War Metaphors in A.S.Byatt’s fiction: ‘The Thing in the Forest’, ‘Dragon’s Breath’ and Ragnarök: The End of the Gods.Evil and Human Wickedness, 14th Global Conference, Lisboa, 11-13 Mar.
  • (2012). “Science imparted by literature: a meeting of ‘the two cultures’ in A.S.Byatt’s fiction.” Int. Conf.  Relational Forms II, U. Porto, 13-15 Dec.
  • (2012). “A.S.Byatt in Wonderland: ‘The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye’ or the female Aladdin.” Conf. Messengers from the Stars: On Science Fiction and Fantasy, U. Lisboa, 28-30 Nov.
  • (2012). “Victorians Like Us: the woman artist in A.S.Byatt’s Possession.” Int. Conf. Victorians Like Us: Memories, Dialogues and Trends, U. Lisboa, 21-23 Nov.
  • (2012). “Re-engendering Charles Perrault’s ‘Cinderella’ on screen: Andy Tennant’s Ever After.” Int. Conf. Changing Times: Performances and Identities on Screen, U. Lisboa, 7-9 Nov.
  • (2012). “New Fairies at the Crossroads of Identity and Difference: Flying in Between Authority Land and Alterity Land.” Authority vs Alterity: the Return of Hegemony? 33rd Annual APEAA Conference, U. Católica, 20-21 Sep.
  • (2012). “The Grimms’ ‘The Glass Coffin’ through the looking glass of A.S.Byatt’s retelling.” Conf. Grimm AND YOU in Lisbon, U. Nova Lisboa, 21-23 Jun.
  • (2012). “The myth to end all myths”: the doomed gods of Asgard through the looking glass of A.S.Byatt’s Ragnarök: The End of the Gods.” Int. Conf. Recycling Myths, U. Lisboa, 2-5 May.
  • (2012). “A.S.Byatt’s snow queen and snow white Fiammarosa: fusing the eponymous wonder tales’ evil and good female characters by means of the colour white.” Thinking Colors: Perception, Translation and Representation, CECC Conference, U. Católica, 29-31 Mar.
  • (2011). “From the Angel in the House to the Babe in Total Control of Herself: a Critique of the Cultural Constructions of Female Power(lessness).” Conf. Debating Women, U. Madeira, Funchal, 1-4 Jun.
  • (2010). “A bereaved mother writer and a bereaved mother written: the case of A.S.Byatt’s ‘The July Ghost’.” Int. Conf. Landscapes of the Self: Identity, Discourse, Representation, U. Évora, 24-26 Nov.
  • (2010). “‘A Walking Metamorphosis’: para uma leitura da fusão de opostos nas construções e figurações da identidade sexual feminina em ‘A Stone Woman’ de A.S.Byatt.” Geographies of the Self, 31st Annual APEAA Conference, Lisboa, 15-17 Apr.

Investigação Futura:

  • (2013). “Madness and psychotherapy through the looking glass: Scheherazade’s Talking Cure.” Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • (2013). “From the Angel in the House to the Babe in Total Control of Herself: a Critique of the Cultural Constructions of Female Power(lessness).” Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • (2013). “Evil Monsters as War Metaphors in A.S.Byatt’s fiction: ‘The Thing in the Forest’, ‘Dragon’s Breath’ and Ragnarök: The End of the Gods.” Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • (2013/2014). “The myth to end all myths”: the doomed gods of Asgard through the looking glass of A.S.Byatt’s Ragnarök: The End of the Gods.”
  • (2013/2014). “Science imparted by literature: a meeting of ‘the two cultures’ in A.S.Byatt’s fiction.”
  • (2014). Ph.D. on A.S.Byatt’s fiction, U Lisboa.


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