Ana Cláudia Coimbra Guedes
Cláudia Coimbra holds a Bachelor’s degree in Portuguese and English Studies, a Post-Graduate degree in Literature Classics and has recently completed her Master’s degree with a dissertation on the eighteenth-century English novel, namely the work of author Samuel Richardson. She followed courses in Italy (Erasmus) and Denmark (Instituto Camões) and engaged in a series of seminars concerning the history of cinema in various institutions (Alliance Française, Faculdade de Letras/UP, Faculdade de Psicologia e Ciências da Educação/UP). She has taught English and Portuguese languages and cultures abroad (Comenius) and took part of the Erasmus Intensive Programme “Staging European Identities: Memory, Identity and Commerce in Early Modern European Culture” (Faculty of Arts/Charles University, Prague) in 2014. Her main research areas of interest include Early Modern Drama, Cultural Studies, Romanticism, Poetry of the Great War, Modernism and Gender Studies.