Alice Gonçalves

Alice Gonçalves is currently finishing the Masters in Anglo-American Studies at Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto (FLUP) and is a member of CETAPS and collaborator of the Digital Lab. Her main research interests include African-American Literature, Gender and Spatiality Studies and Digital Humanities. She chose to work with the American novelist Toni Morrison on her dissertation, analysing one of her works through the lenses of these theories. Moreover, Alice presented a paper in the ALA Conference of 2019 about how race and gender affect character’s circulation through space in Toni Morrison’s novel Home, in the panel of the Toni Morrison Society entitled “Toni Morrison and the Digital Humanities.” Previously, she concluded her BA in Portuguese and Anglo-American Languages and Literatures in 2014, from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio).