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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

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centro.ang@letras.ulisboa.pt 

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Rosemary Jean Page

Grupos de Investigação: Outras Literaturas e Culturas de Expressão Inglesa (GI 4)
Categoria profissional: Aluna de Doutoramento
Graus Académicos: (1982). Master of Arts in Australian Literature, U Sydney, 1982; (1974). BA with Honours, U Tasmania.
Morada institucional: CEAUL -Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, Alameda da Universidade, 1600-214 Lisboa
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Projectos de Investigação:

  • (2012-...). Writing Project on Place, Down Longford Way (Australian Sydney-based Arts Writers). Collaborator.
  • (2012-...). Literatura Mundo / World Literature Project. Scient. Coord. Helena Buescu (CEComparatistas). Collaborator.
  • (2011-…). PhD dissertation project on the theme of journey and transformation in the poetry of James McAuley (1917-1976).

Actividade Científica

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

  • (2014). “Writing from the Periphery: the haunted landscapes of James McAuley”, Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (JASAL), Vol. 14, Nr. 1.

Organização de actividades de disseminação científica:

  • (2014). Organisation of CEAUL’s GI 4 Symposium Representations of Home (RHOME), U Lisboa, 13-14 Nov.
  • (2013). Org. Committee 34th APEAA meeting Academy as Community, U Lisboa, 9-10 May.

Outras actividades

Comunicações apresentadas em conferências internacionais

Em painel:

  • (2014). “A Well-instructed audience: James McAuley’s “A Letter to John Dryden”, 1953.” Conference of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL), University of Sydney, Australia, 9-12 July.
  • (2013). “Writing from the Periphery: the haunted landscapes of James McAuley.” Conf. Association for the Study of Australian Literature Dislocated readings: Translation and Transnationalism, Monash U, Melbourne, 21-22 Feb.
  • (2013). “Language as Margin: David Malouf’s ‘The Only Speaker of His Tongue’.” 12th Conf. European Association for Studies on Australia (EASA), Michel de Montaigne U, Bordeaux, 4 - 7 Sep.
  • (2012). “Revisiting the Globe: The Twin Sea-Quests of Fernando Pessoa (Mensagem, 1934) and James McAuley (Captain Quiros, 1964).” Int. Conf. Scenes of Reading: Is Australian Literature a World Literature, U Sydney, 25-26 May.
  • (2011). “Re-imagining Australia: Captain Quiros: James McAuley’s Out of Fashion Sea-Crossing for Utopia in Terra Australis.” 11th Biennial European Association for Studies on Australia (EASA) Int. Conf. Crossing the Borders: Reality, Desire and Imagination in Australian, New Zealand and the Pacific Lives, Literatures and Cultures, U Presov, Slovakia, 12-15 Sep.

Comunicações apresentadas em conferências nacionais

Em painel:

  • (2014). “The Jindyworobaks and the indigenous: finding home in the imagery and language of the Other.” Symposium: Representations of Home (RHOME), CEAUL, U Lisbon., 13-14 Nov.
  • (2012). “’The figured Now which is eternity’: Unravelling Utopia in the Twentieth Century Sea-Crossing of James McAuley’s Captain Quiros.” 33rd APEAA Meeting Authority versus Alterity: the Return of Hegemony, U Católica, 20-21 Sep.
  • (2011). “Closing in on Landscape: the poetry of James McAuley.” Int. Conf.  Life Down Under: Australian Literature and Culture Today, U Lisboa, 14-15 Feb.
  • (2003). “Protest and Mourning: Social Engagement in Australian and Portuguese Literature and Culture.” 7th Biennial Int. Conf. European Association for Studies on Australia (EASA), U Aveiro, 22-26 Sept.

Investigação futura:

  • (2012-2017). PhD dissertation project on the theme of journey and transformation in the poetry of James McAuley (1917-1976).

 

 



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