Carlos Ceia

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cceia@fcsh.unl.pt

Carlos Ceia is Full Professor of English Studies at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences, NOVA University of Lisbon – Portugal. He currently holds of The International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies (CIPSH) Chair on Digital Humanities in Education. He co-coordinates the new Instituto Interdisciplinar de Educação da NOVA FCSH (I2E). He holds a PhD in Hispanic Studies from Cardiff University and has been teaching at NOVA University since 1993. Founder and head of the Language Institute of the NOVA University of Lisbon (ILNOVA), coordinator of the Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies (CETAPS), and coordinator of the PhD in Languages Teaching and the general coordinator of the pre-service teaching education courses at NOVA FCSH. He teaches in different areas from English Contemporary Literature and Literary Theory and Teaching to Curricular Development and Theory.

Research unit: Centre for English Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies (CETAPS)

Research areas: Literary Theory, Contemporary English Literature, Modern Languages Teaching, Teacher Education, Contemporary Portuguese Literature

Training
YearDegreeAreaInstitution
1997AggregateLiterary TheoryFCSH-UNL
1993DoctorHispanic StudiesUniversity of Wales (Cardiff)
  • Integrating literature teaching in a curriculum for teacher education in the area of EFL  
  • Portugal  
  • A Literatura Ensina-se?:  
  • Iniciação aos Mistérios da Poesia de Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen  
  • Love --- --- --- the preeminent litterateur  
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PositionStartEnd
Head of the Depart. of Modern Languages, Cultures and Literatures (2013-14).
Director (and founder) of the Languages Institute of the New University of Lisbon (ILNOVA) (2006-)
Coordinator of the Masters in Teaching Education and the Masters in TEFL (2007-)
Vice-President of the Scientifc Council of FCSH (2001-2002)
Visiting professor at several universities (Brown, USA; Alcalá, Spain; Lusíada, Portugal)

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