Iolanda Ramos

Office: 210

iolanda.ramos@fcsh.unl.pt

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

Research areas: Victorian Studies, neo-Victorianism, Intercultural Studies, Gender Studies, Britain, 19th-21st centuries, Culture, Utopia

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Training
YearDegreeInstitutionArea
DoctorateUniversidade NOVA de LisboaEnglish Culture (Anglo-Portuguese Studies)
  • Alternate World Building  
  • Centro de Tradução dos Organismos da União Europeia (CDT)  
  • Donas de Casa Vitorianas  
  • E Se...? Narrativas Especulativas Sobre Alimentação e Sociedade  
  • Jorge Bastos da Silva. Anglolusofilias  
TitleFunding sourceStartState
Alimentopia – Utopia, Food and the Future: Utopian Thinking and the Construction of Inclusive Societies – A Contribution from the Humanities. Financed by FCT. Since 2016. Researcher.Completed
Mapping Dreams: British and North-American Utopianism. Strategic project, PEst-OE/ELT/UI4097/2014. 1 January 2014. Researcher.Completed
English Studies: Culture (RG 2). Collaborator.Completed
PositionStartEnd
Teacher at the FCSH-UNL since 1985, researcher at CETAPS (former CEAP and CEC) since 1985 and collaborator at ULICES/CEAUL since 2010.
Coordinator of the Masters in Modern Literatures and Cultures (2017-), of the Masters in Translation (2009-11), of the English and North-American Section, Dept. of Modern Languages, Cultures and Literatures (2007-08) and of the Erasmus Programme (2000-07).
Member of the Editorial Board of The Eighth Lamp: Ruskin Studies Today (2011-today).
Member of the Editorial Board of Spaces of Utopia: An Electronic Journal (2006-today) and editor of nr. 2, Summer 2006 ISSN 1646-4729.
Member of the Organizing Committee of several "International Translation Conference", co-org. Tradulínguas (FCSH, 2007-11) and of the “International Symposium: Performing Identities and Utopias of Belonging in American and British Contexts” (FCSH, 2010).

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