Jaqueline Pierazzo completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Campinas, Brazil, in 2011.
She obtained her master’s degree at the University of Porto, Portugal, in 2016 in Anglo-American Studies with the dissertation titled Between Terror and Sublime: The Female Characters in “Berenice”, “Morella” and “Ligeia”.
She is currently a doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto. Her main research interests are Edgar Allan Poe’s works, Gothic and Horror Literature, and Digital Humanities. Her doctoral dissertation main focus is the creation of a digital edition of Edgar Allan Poe’s writings of terror.
In 2018, she received a Ph.D. scholarship by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT). She is a collaborator at the Centre for English, Translation, and Anglo-Portuguese Studies (CETAPS) and its Digital Lab manager. She is also a member of the Poe Studies Association and the Portuguese Association for Anglo-American Studies.
Pierazzo, Jaqueline (2016), “Da Inquisição Espanhola à Metrópole (Pós)moderna: O Fantástico da Opressão em Edgar Allan Poe e Murilo Rubião”. Literartes, v. 6, pp. 142-164.
_ _ (2010), “O Clube dos Artistas Modernos por Flávio de Carvalho”. Língua, Literatura e Ensino, v. 5, pp. 169-172.