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Alameda da Universidade - Faculdade de Letras
1600-214 Lisboa
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Teresa Botelho (colaboradora)

Grupo de Investigação: Estudos Americanos (GI 3)
Categoria profissional: Assistant Professor with tenure
Graus académicos: (1994) Ph. D. in Linguistics (Cognitive Semantics), Cambridge U; (1989) MA in Linguistics (Psycholinguistics), Cambridge U.
Morada institucional: Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Av. De Berna 26C 1069-061 Lisboa
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Projectos de Investigação:

  • (Ongoing). American Studies: Interfacing Cultures and Identities. Collab.

Principais Resultados Científicos:

  • (1994). Ph.D. in Linguistics Theoretical Linguistics, U Cambridge.
  • (1989). M.A. in Psycholinguistics, U Cambridge.

Actividade Científica

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

  • (2013). “Becoming Tony Alfama: The American Education of a Portuguese Kid in Charles Reis Felix’ Tony: A New England BoyhoodGávea-Brown: A Bilingual Journal of Portuguese-American Studies Vol. XXXIV-XXXV: 131-146.
  • (2013). “Encruzilhadas Americanas: Politica Externa em Tempo de Fadiga Intervencionista” Relações Internacionais 39: 91-100.
  • (2012). “Os limites do multilateralismo da Administração Obama: a reforma do Conselho de Segurança.” Relações Internacionais 34: 5-19.
  • (2011). “Performing Selves in `´Post-Soul` Literature: Danzy Senna’s CaucasiaOp-Cit. 12: 83-95.
  • (2011). “Os Estados Unidos e a Primavera Àrabe.” Relações Internacionais 30: 117-127.
  • (2010). “O Novo Populismo Conservador do Movimento Tea Party e as Intercalares Americanas.” Relações Internacionais 27: 105-114.
  • (2009). “Quem são os Americanos? O Impulso Neo-Nativista de Samuel Huntington.” Relações Internacionais 24: 23-26.
  • (2009). “The Dramatization of Cross-Identity Voicing and the Poetics of Ambiguity.” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies. Vol. 15.1: 83-101.
  • (2008). “Os Estados Unidos no fim da presidência Bush: Ainda a Nação Indispensável?” Relações Internacionais 19: 21-31.

Outras orientações

Teses de mestrado:

  • (2013). Supervision of Anabela Faria Nogueira da Cruz Interesses Energéticos e Implicações Políticas: República Popular da China e os Estados Unidos da América em Angola, Sudão e Nigéria” , U Nova de Lisboa (M.A. in Political Science and International Relations). Final Mark: 18/20
  • (2012). Supervision of Dorothy Alves, “Skew(er)ing Identities: The Assertion of Self in Gish Jen’s Mona in the Promised Land and Colson Whitehead’s Sag Harbor,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Languages, Literatures and Cultures). Final Mark: 18/20.
  • (2012). Supervision of Ana Filipa Lopes da Silva Oliveira, “Decisão Política e os Media: a Presença Norte-americana no Afeganistão,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Political Science and International Relations). Final Mark: 18/20.
  • (2010). Supervision of Adérito Vicente, “O debate Estratégico Nuclear actual nos Estados Unidos,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Political Science and International Relations).
    Final Mark: 17/20.
  • (2010). Co-supervision of Joana Rocha de Bastos Rodrigues, “O Cinema Nativo Americano Contemporâneo: Expressão da Identidade Postindian” (Supervisor: José Manuel Costa), U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Comunication Sciences - Comunication and Arts). Final Mark: 18/20.
  • (2010). Supervision of Ana Maria da Luz Figueira, “Juventude, Cosmopolitismo e Pacifismo: o Olhar de Randolph Bourne,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Languages, Literature and Culture).
    Final Mark: 19/20.
  • (2010). Supervision of Maria Isabel Marques do Monte Porta-Nova Cristóvão, “Reencontro com o Passado: Memória e Subjectividade - Perspectivas Interculturais nas Autobiografias de Mary Antin e Shirley Geok-lin Lim,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Languages, Literature and Culture). Final Mark: 16/20.
  • (2009). Supervision of Lauren Elizabeth Denny, “Os efeitos do papel regional do Brasil nas Relações Bilaterais entre os Estados  Unidos e o Brazil,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Political Science and International Relations). Final Mark: 17/20.
  • (2009). Supervision of Patrícia Isabel Galvão da Mata, “A Ciência nos Pulp Magazines de Ficção Científica de 1923 a 1953,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Languages, Literature and Culture).
    Final Mark: 15/20.
  • (2008). Supervision of Ruben Correia, “A emergência de uma literatura policial nativa-americana: Tony Hillerman, Carol Lafavour e Louis Owens,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Languages, Literatures and Cultures). Final Mark: 16/20.
  • (2008). Supervision of Ruxandra Streajana “The Development of African American Children’s Literature in the Harlem Renaissance,” U Nova de Lisboa (M.A. in Languages, Literatures and Cultures). Final Mark: 15/20.
  • (2008). Supervision of Susana Margarida Marques Fernandes da Costa, “Do Cartoon ao Comic Strip: Visibilidade Social e Estereotipia Ètnica na Impresa de Massas dos Estados Unidos (1861-1914),” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in North-American Culture). Final Mark: Very Good.
  • (2007). Supervision of Sara Filipa Nobre Amado, “Abraham Cahan: Um Tradutor Cultural no Lower East Side Nova Iorquino,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Languages, Literatures and Cultures). Final Mark: Very Good.
  • (2007). Supervision of Jorge Maurício Alves, “Charlotte Perkins Gilman- Uma Utopia WASP,” U Nova Lisboa (M.A. in Languages, Literatures and Cultures). Final Mark: Very Good.

Livros e capítulos de livros com circulação internacional:

  • (2013). Performing Identities and Utopias of Belonging. Ed. Teresa Botelho and Iolanda Ramos Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • (2013). “Dystopias of Belonging: Defamiliarizing Sameness in Danzy Senna’s Symptomatic.” In Performing Identities and Utopias of Belonging. Teresa Botelho/ Iolanda Ramos (Eds). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing , 52-68
  • (2013). “Finding an Aesthetic of her Own: Partnering Identities in the Work of Faith Ringgold” In Women and the Arts: Dialogues in Female Creativity. Diana V. Almeida (Ed). Bern: Peter Lang, 109-124
  • (2012). Staging Darwin: Evolution and the Dramatic Language of Science Plays.” In (Dis)Entangling Darwin: Cross-Disciplinary Reflections on the Man and his Legacy. Sara Silva, Fátima Vieira, Jorge Bastos da Silva (Eds) Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 209-224.
  • (2012). “Leaving one’s safe houses of identity: reimagining belonging in utopian performatives.” In Arthur Blaim and Ludmila Gruszewska-Blaim (Eds.) Spectres of Utopia: Theory, Practice, Conventions. Franfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag, 159-166.
  • (2012). “I don’t understand you people: Staging Intercultural Conversations in the Drama of Philip Kan Gotanda.” In Orla McGarry and Agnieszka Stasiewicz-Bienkowska (Eds.) Landscapes of (Un)Belonging: Reflections of Strangeness and Self. Oxford: Interdisciplinary Press, 43-52 (E-book).
  • (2010). “Redefining the Dramatic Canon: Staging Identity Instability in the Work of David Henry Hwang and Chay Yew.” In Tanfer Emin Tunc and Elisabetta Marino (Eds.) Positioning the New: Chinese American Literature and the Changing Image of the American Literary Canon. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 128-142.

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

  • (2009). “Tony Kushner and ‘the Missing Dimension in American Theatre.” In Letras & Ciências: As Duas Culturas de Filipe Furtado: Livro de Homenagem. Vale de Cambra: Caleidoscópio, 61-75.
  • (2007). “Staging the Binary: Philip Kan Gotanda and the Status of American Ethnic Theatre” In   “And Gladly Wolde (s)he Lerne and Gladly Teach”: Homenagem a Júlia Dias Ferreira. Lisboa: Edições Colibri, 701-717
  • (2007). “Spacial and Racial Navigations of an African-American Gumshoe: Easy Rawlin’s Lonely Search for an American Home” Intertextual Dialogues: Travels and Routes .Braga: Universidade do Minho pp: 149-164

Organização de atividades de disseminação científica:

  • (2010). Org. Int. Symposium Performing Identity and Utopias of Belonging, U Nova Lisboa, 3-4 Dec.
  • (2007). Org. Int. Conf.  Novas Leituras de Tennessee Williams, U Nova Lisboa, 25-26 May.

Outras actividades

Entrevistas (rádio e televisão):

  • (2013). Jornal da Noite Sic Notícias (comentário sobre a tomada de posse presidente Obama) 21 Jan)
  • (2012). Noite Eleitoral Americana. Antena 1, 6-7 Nov.
  • (2012). Diário das Eleições Americanas, SIC Notícias, 31 Oct.
  • (2010). Round table on USA elections, 5 Nov.
  • (2010). Olhar o Mundo (USA elections), RTP2, 8 Nov.
  • (2010). Câmara Clara (A América e a sua Literatura), RTP 2, 14 Nov.
  • (2010). Opinião Pública (A Cimeira da Nato), SIC Notícias, 14 Nov.

Comunicações apresentadas em conferências internacionais

Em painel:

  • (2013). “Stumbling on Joy, Yielding to Fear: The Garden as a Utopian Possibility and a Dystopian Nightmare in Amy Waldman’s The Submission.Topographies of Harmony: Utopian Studies Society 14th International Conference. New Larnak, Scotland 1-4 July
  • (2011). “’I don’t understand you people’: Staging intercultural conversations in the drama of Philip Kan Gotanda.” 3rd Conf. Interdisciplinary Network Strangers, Aliens and Foreigners, Oxford, 27-29 Sep.
  • (2011). “Human crisis and the identity-based utopian hypothesis in the post- human novels of Octavia Butler.”  12th Int. Conf. of the Utopian Studies Society (Europe), Nicosia, Cyprus, 8-10 Jul.
  • (2010). “Leaving One’s Safe Houses of Identity: Reimagining Belonging in Utopian Performatives in the United States.” 11th Int. Conf. of the Utopian Studies Society (Europe), U Marie Curie Sklodowska, Lublin, Poland, 7-10 Jul.
  • (2010). “Staging mythologies of belonging in David Henry Hwang’s Yellow Face and Nilo Cruz’s Anna In the Tropics.”  55th Annual Conf. British Assotiation for American Studies, U East Anglia UK-, 8-11 Apr.
  • (2010). “Leaving One’s Safe Houses of Identity: Reimagining Belonging in Utopian Performatives in the United States”, XI Congress of the Utopian Studies Society/Europe, University Marie.Curie Sklodowska, Lublin, Poland. 7-10 July
  • (2010) “Staging mythologies of belonging in David Henry Hwang’s Yellow Face and Nilo Cruz’s Anna In the Tropics. 55th Annual Conference of the British Association for American Studies. The University of East Anglia. Norwich. 8-11 Abril
  • (2010). “Redefining the Dramatic Canon: Staging Identity Instability in the work of David Henry Hwang and Chay Yew.” European Association for American Studies Biennial Conf. Forever Young?: The Changing Images of America, Dublin, 26-29 Mar.
  • (2009). “Pity and Martyrdom: Revisiting Violence in Tennessee Williams.” 3rd Int. Conf. American Drama and Theatre - Violence on Stage, U Cádiz, 27-29 May.
  • (2008). “Perspectives on Stasis and Change in the Dramatic Work of Tony Kushner.” 53th Annual Conf. British Association of American Studies, U Edinburgh, 27-30 Apr.

Comunicações apresentadas em conferências nacionais:

Em painel:

  • (2013) “Science History on Stage: Scrutinizing the Production of Knowledge in Peter Parnell’s Trumpery and Carl Djerassi’s Oxygen” Colóquio Ficcionalizações da Ciência na Grã-Bretanha III (séculos XIX e XX) Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas UNL, 5 de Dezembro
  • (2013). “Fear Interrupted: Loving the Alien in Battlestar Galatica” Dark Futures in Projection: On the 60th Anniversary of the Publication of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. CETAPS. Porto 14-15 Nov.
  • (2013). “Teasing Ethnicity: The Ironic Gaze in Julian Silva’s Move Over Scopes ” Neither Here Nor There, Yet Both: International Conference on the Luso-American Experience/Faculty of Letters/Faculty of Social and Human Sciences- Nova University of Lisbon 11-13 July
  • 2012). “Os Partidos Políticos Americanos: Encruzilhadas Pós-Eleitorais”, Conferência As Eleições Americanas e a Política Internacional dos Estados Unidos. Instituto de Defesa Nacional, Lisboa, 13 Dec
  • (2012). “The Idea is the Thing: Science Plays after Copenhagen” Relattional Forms II International Conference Ex certa scientia: Literature, Science and the Art Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto. 13-15 Dec.
  • (2012). “Locating a Post-Black Aesthetics in the Cinema of Spike Lee” Changing Times: Performances and Identities on Screen. Faculdade de Letras. Lisboa 7-9 Nov.
  • (2011). Hope amongst the ruins: critical dystopian visions in the post apocalyptic novels The Children of Men and The Parable of the Sower “ Dashed all to pieces’: Tempests and other Disasters in the Literary Imagination- Faculdade de Letras. Porto 1-3 Dec.
  • (2011). “Finding an Aesthetic of her Own: Partnering Identities in the Work of Faith Ringgold.” Int. Conf. Women and the Arts: Dialogues in Female Creativity in the U.S. and Beyond, U Lisboa, 15-17 Jun.
  • (2011). “The American Education of a Portuguese Boy: Reading Urban Landscapes in Charles Reis Felix’ Tony: A New England Boyhood.” 2.º Congresso Internacional de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses, Fundacão Calouste Gulbenkian, 18-20 Apr.
  • (2010).Dystopias of Belonging: Defamiliarizing Sameness in Danzy Senna’s Symptomatic.International Symposium: Performing Identity and Utopias of Belonging. Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas. Lisbon. 3-4 Dec.
  • (2010).“American Dystopias and Universal Utopias? Imagining Futures in the Fiction of Octavia Butler” Colóquio Mensageiros das Estrelas: Ficção Científica e Fantasia.. Faculdade de Letras.isboa, 2-5 Nov.
  • (2009). “Staging Sexual Otherness on the American Stage: From Evasion to Center Stage.” Silent Voices, Forbidden Lives: Censorship and Performance. 18th Conference of the International Federation for Theatre Research, Lisboa, 14-17 Jul.
  • (2007) “What is left unspoken: emotional heroism, sexual identity and obliqness in Tennessee Williams’ drama “ Conferência Novas Leituras de Tennessee Williams. Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas,UNL. Lisboa 25-26 May.



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