Teachers

Isabel Oliveira Martins

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Modern Languages, Cultures and Literatures
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Assistant Professor

Contacts

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203
:
iom@netcabo.pt

Teaching languages

English

Portuguese

Scientific areas

  • American Literature and Culture Studies
  • Portuguese-American Studies
  • Anglo-Portuguese Studies
  • Translation Studies
  • American and British Travel Literature

Selected Publications

  • Mark Twain em Portugal, co-author with Maria de Deus Duarte, Lisboa: BNP: CEAUL: Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, 2010.
  • “Os Nus afinal não estão Mortos: A Adaptação cinematográfica de The Naked and the Dead e o paradigma da Segunda Guerra Mundial como “The Good War”, in (Ex)Changing Voices, Expading Boundaries, coordenação de Carla Ferreira de Castro e Luís Guerra, Universidade de Évora, 2009, pp. 215-227.
  • “‘The only Good Jap is a Dead Jap’: representations of the Japanese in the Second World War American Novel”, in Essays from the 29th APEAA Conference at the University of Aveiro, 17-19th April 2008, ed. by Anthony Barker, David Callahan and Maria Aline Ferreira, Universidade de Aveiro, Departamento de Línguas e Culturas, 2009, pp. 201-211.
  • As Crenças Políticas dos Americanos após a Segunda Guerra Mundial”, Letras & Ciências. As Duas Culturas de Filipe Furtado, Lisboa: Caleidoscópio: 2009, pp. 311-329.
  • “A Primeira Invasão: o Testemunho de James Wilmot Ormsby” in A Guerra Peninsular. Perspectivas Multidisciplinares. Congresso Internacional e Interdisciplinar Evocativo da Guerra Peninsular. XVII Colóquio de História Militar nos 200 anos das Invasões Napoleónicas em Portugal. Lisboa, Comissão Portuguesa de História Militar, 2008,vol. II, pp. 39-47.

Academic training

Year Degree Area Institution Grade
2006
Doctor
North American Literature
FCSH/UNL
Summa cum Laude
1986
Master
Anglo-Portuguese Studies
FCSH/UNL
Very Good

Relevant Professional Experience

  • Teaching in the above metioned areas since 1983
  • Participation in several national and international conferences
  • Member of two research groups (CETAPS and ULICES)
  • Supervision of several Masters thesis
  • Member of several Portuguese and international associations of literature, languages, translation and American Studies, namely APEAA, ESSE, EAAS, ABIL, and PSA.

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