Colonialism and Culture
Associate Professor of the University of São Paulo. Bachelor’s at Language and Literature from Rio de Janeiro State University (1988), Master’s (1992) and Ph.D (1997) at Language from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro . Between 1994 and 2007 was Professor at the Federal Fluminense University. Has experience in Literature, focusing on Portuguese-speaking African Literature, acting on the following subjects: post-colonial studies, cultural studies and queer studie
Colonial Latin American literature & history, gender studies, visual and material culture.
Renaissance and Baroque Spanish Literature, Poetry, Preaching, Preachers, Transatlantic Baroque, Cultural Studies, Material Culture, Gongora, Cervantes, Latin American Baroque Culture, Colonial Studies
Colonial Latin American literature, Nahuatl and Mesoamerican indigenous studies, book history and print culture
Critical theory, reception studies, colonial and 19th-century American literature, fiction, narratology, feminist criticism, American studies, cultural studies, editing
Modern Korean literature and culture, gender studies, sentimentality, post-colonialism, the rise of the novel
Work on Polyvocal Interpretations of Contested Colonial Heritage (PICCH) project funded by The European Joint Programming Initiative Cultural Heritage.
Transcultural humanities, cultural theory, comparative literary and cultural studies, post- and trans-colonial theory, post-secularism, world literature; transcultural writing, Portuguese & Lusophone studies, Mediterranean studies