Teresa Pereira

Teresa Pereira holds a MA and a PhD in Modern Literatures and Cultures from Nova University of Lisbon, and she is a researcher at the Centre for English, Translation, and Anglo-Portuguese Studies(CETAPS). In both her MA and PhD,she comparatively studied literature and video games, and received the award “Melhores Mestres” for the work she developed during her Master’s and a FCT PhD Studentship to write her PhD thesis, entitled Para um Estudo do Mundo Transmediático Neovitoriano: as Guerras Anglo-Zulu e Anglo-Bóere através da Literatura e dos Jogos Digitais. She also recently concluded a second MA in teaching English and Spanish as foreign languages, in which she combined literary texts with digital games in the context of Intercultural Citizenship Education.

She is a member of the Portuguese Association for Anglo-American Studies (APEAA) and of various research projects at CETAPS, specifically “Science and Culture” and “Literature and the Media”, which belong to the Anglophone Cultures and History Research Area. Additionally, she actively collaborated with the Creative Approaches to New Democracy through Innovative, Inclusive Citizenship Education Project (CANDIICE), a research project funded by Erasmus + and co-hosted by CETAPS. She also used to be a part of the Junior Researchers in Anglo-American Studies (JRAAS), with which she organized several academic events, such as conferences, movie showings, and book clubs. Teresa Pereira’s main research interests are Game Studies, Literary Studies, Cultural Studies, English and North American Studies, Anglo-Portuguese Studies, Foreign Language Education, and
Intercultural Citizenship Education.


Recent publications include:

Pereira, Teresa. “Digital Empires: From Anglo-Portuguese Cultural Conflicts to Strategy Video Games”. Op. Cit.: Dissertation Abstracts. 2. 4. (2015): 5-6. https://sites.google.com/site/opcitapeaa/2015—2nd-series-no4

Pereira, Teresa. “‘The Enchantments of the Portuguese Countryside’: Escrita de Viagens e Propaganda Turística”. Revista de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses 24 (2015): 235-46.https://run.unl.pt/bitstream/10362/16430/1/REAP24.pdf

Pereira, Teresa. “Between Empirical and Alternative Worlds: Board Games, Players and the Politics of Emotional Immersion.” Spaces of Utopia: An Electronic Journal 2.3 (2014): 109-18.http://ler.letras.up.pt/site/default.aspx?qry=id05id174id2689&sum=sim

Pereira, Teresa. “‘Methods of Barbarism’: A Guerra Anglo-Bóere na Imprensa Periódica Portuguesa.” Revista de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses 23 (2014): 333-47. http://hdl.handle.net/10362/14710

Pereira, Teresa, 2014, Impérios Digitais: dos Choques Culturais Anglo-Portugueses aos Jogos de Vídeo de Estratégia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, orientado por Fernando Clara e Gabriela Gândara Terenas.

Pereira, Teresa. “A Guerra Peninsular Revisitada na Imprensa Portuguesa: Imagens da Grã-Bretanha do Ultimatum à República.” Revista de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses 22 (2013): 153-66.http://hdl.handle.net/10362/14709

Pereira, Teresa. “O Império do Homem-Massa.” Angry Young Postmodernism: Ensaios do Seminário de Inglês sobre o Pós-modernismo na Literatura e na Cultura Anglo-Americanas. Carlos Ceia, org. Lulu.com, 2012. 183-205. http://www.lulu.com/shop/http://www.lulu.com/shop/carlos-ceia/angry-young-postmodernism/hardcover/product-20621505.html?mid=social_facebook_pubsharefb

Pereira, Teresa. “Look Back in Anger e a Falência do Super-Homem Nietzscheano.” Talent Will Rise. Carlos Ceia, org. Lulu.com, 2011. 335-47. http://www.lulu.com/shop/http://www.lulu.com/shop/carlos-ceia/talent-will-rise/hardcover/product-22048276.html