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Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa (CEAUL)
Alameda da Universidade - Faculdade de Letras
1600-214 Lisboa
Portugal

Horário de atendimento:
2ª a 6ª-feira,

10h00 às 17h00

Email:
centro.ang@letras.ulisboa.pt 

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Fernanda Luísa da Silva Feneja
Grupo de Investigação: Estudos Americanos (GI 3)
Categoria profissional: Assistant Professor
Graus académicos: Ph.D. in American Literature, U Aberta; (2000). MA in American Studies, American Literature; (1997). Four-year degree in Modern Languages and Literatures, English and German Studies, U Lisboa.
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). “Promethean Rebellion in Ray Bradburys’ Fahrenheit 451: the Protagonist’s Quest”. Amaltea Issue #4 on Prometheus the Rebel, Oct.

Artigos em conferências:

  • (2002). “A ficção utópica como representação-negação da realidade histórica: Fahrenheit 451, de Ray Bradbury.” In Actas de Colóquio: Literatura e História –  para uma prática interdisciplinar. Lisboa: U Aberta, CD-ROM.

Organização de actividades de disseminação científica:

  • (2012). Exec. Committee Int. Cong. Changing Times: Performance and Identities on Screen, U Lisboa, 7-9 Nov.

Outras actividades

Comunicações apresentadas em conferências nacionais

Por convite:

  • (2011). “Visions in the American Mosaic: immigration and multiculturalism in Manhattan Transfer.” 4th Symposium John Dos Passos, Facts and Fiction, John Dos Passos Cultural Center, Funchal, Ponta do Sol, 14 Jan.
  • (2010). “Ray Bradbury’s short stories: fantasy as criticism.” Seminar Messengers from the Stars: Science Fiction and Fantasy, U Lisboa, 5 Nov.

Em painel:

  • (2013). “Paths to Luso-Americanness: Dos Passos’s Portugal Story.  Neither Here Nor There, Yet Both: Int. Conf. on the Luso-American Experience, U Lisboa, 11-13 Jul.
  • (2013). “The Anglo-American world in TEFL in Portuguese secondary education: re-thinking the role of literature.” Academy as Community: English and American Studies in Portugal and Europe, 34th Annual APEAA Conference, U Lisboa, 9-10 May
  • (2012). “Blurring Boundaries between Gothic and Science Fiction: Ray Bradbury’s ‘The Veldt’ and ‘Zero Hour.’” Science Fiction and Fantasy Conference. Messengers from the Stars, Episode II, U Lisboa, 27-30 Nov.
  • (2012). “Incomplete Itineraries: the World of Tourism in Henry James’s Daisy Miller.Lit&Tour: an International Conference on Literature and Tourism, U Lisboa, 26-27 Nov.
  • (2012). “Identity and Otherness in Forrest Gump: a close-up into twentieth-century America.” Int. Cong. Changing Times, Performances and Identities on Screen, U Lisboa, 7-9 Nov.
  • (2012). “Tourism experience in narrative fiction: E. M. Forster’s A Room with a View.Routes and Roots: Identity and Intercultural Exchange in Travel and Tourism, U Aveiro, 28-29 Jun.
  • (2012). “Biblical Myths of the City in Dos Passos’s Manhattan Transfer.” Int. Coloquium Revisitar o Mito, U Lisboa, 2-5 May.
  • (2012). “Dos Passos’s Manhattan Transfer: a modernist reading of History.” 1912-2012: A Time to Reason and to compare. An International Conference on Modernism, U Porto, 1-3 Mar.
  • (2011). “Expatriate heroes: loss and quest in Hemingway and Dos Passos.” Current Debates in English and American Studies, 32nd Annual APEAA Conference, U Coimbra, 12-14 May.
  • (2010). “The Illustrated Man, de Ray Bradbury: Linguagem e Género Literário.” Geographies of the Self, 31st Annual APEAA Conference, Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa, 16 Apr.

Investigação Futura:

  • (2013). “Dos Passos’s Manhattan Transfer: a modernist reading of History”. 1912-2012: A Time to Reason and to Compare. An International Conference on Modernism. U Porto, Mar. (Submitted for publication in Cadernos de Literatura Comparada)
  • (2013 - 2014). “Incomplete Itineraries: the World of Tourism in Henry James’s Daisy Miller.Lit&Tour: an International Conference on Literature and Tourism, U Lisboa. (Forthcoming)
  • (2013 - 2014). “John Dos Passos’s Manhattan Transfer: a snapshot of American culture and identity.” New International American Studies Journal. (Submitted for publication)
  • (2013 - 2014). “Biblical Myths of the City in Dos Passos’s Manhattan Transfer.” Int. Conf. Recycling Myths. U Lisboa. (Submitted for publication)
  • (2013 - 2014). “The Tourist Experience in Narrative Fiction: E. M. Forster’s A Room with a View.” In Routes and Roots: Identity and Intercultural Exchange in Travel and Tourism. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. (Submitted for publication)
  • (2014). “Identity and Otherness in Forrest Gump: a close-up into twentieth-century America”. Paper delivered at Int. Cong. Changing Times, Performances and Identities on Screen. U Lisboa, 7-9 Nov 2012. (Submitted for publication in Anglo Saxonica)
  • The Illustrated Man, de Ray Bradbury: Linguagem e Género Literário.”  In Literatura e Arte (Coord: MAvelar). Chamusca: Ed. Cosmos.

 

 

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