Areas of interest: Spanish Studies – Portuguese Studies – Children’s Literature – Cervantes

Alexia Dotras Bravo received her PhD in Spanish Philology from the Universidade de Vigo, Spain where she specialized in Salvador de Madariaga’s work on Cervantes. She is additionally a Universidade de Vigo M.A. graduate in Spanish Philology (2000) and Galician Philology (2002). Before joining the School of Education in Bragança, she worked at the Education University School in Vigo (Escola Universitaria de Maxisterio) and served as an assistant researcher at the Center of Portuguese Literature, Universidade de Coimbra. She also played an active role in several professional associations such as the Asociación de Cervantistas (treasurer) and the Asociación de Jóvenes Doctores en Hispanismo, BETA (Executive Member).

In addition to Dr. Dotras Bravo’s expertise in Cervantes and Salvador de Madariaga, Siglo de Oro, and children’s literature, her main contributions to the field of Iberian Studies focus on the literary and cultural relations between Spain and Portugal, as well as relations between Galicia and Portugal. Her contributions to Iberian Studies include recent publications such as “A presença da imagem portuguesa no romance galego actual: Resistencia de Rosa Aneiros” (2011), “La biblioteca cervantina de Carolina Michaëlis de Vasconcelos en la Universidade de Coimbra” (2012), “Portugal como motivo temático e poético na literatura galega contemporánea” (2012), “Lisboa soñada por Tirso de Molina” (2015), “Las falsificaciones de la historia: Cervantes entre Bragança y Sanabria” (2016), and “La recepción de Miguel de Cervantes en el Portugal contemporáneo” (2016).

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Alexia Dotras Bravo’s publications in the IStReS database:

Dotras Bravo, Alexia. 2012a. ‘La biblioteca cervantina de Carolina Michaëlis de Vasconcelos en la Universidad de Coimbra’. In Rumbos del hispanismo en el umbral del cincuentenario de la AIH, edited by Laura Silvestri, Loretta Frattale, and Matteo Lefèvre, III-Siglo de Oro (prosa y poesía):167–73. Roma: Bagatto Libri. https://cvc.cervantes.es/literatura/aih/pdf/17/aih_17_3_020.pdf.

———. 2012b. ‘Portugal como motivo temático e poético na literatura galega contemporánea’. In Novas achegas ao estudo da cultura galega II [Recurso electrónico]: enfoques socio-históricos e lingüístico-literarios, edited by Olivia Rodríguez, 137–50. Servicio de Publicaciones. https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=4198664.

———. 2015. ‘Lisboa soñada por Tirso de Molina’. Edited by António Apolinário Lourenço and Jesús María Usunáriz. Hipogrifo. Revista de literatura y cultura del Siglo de Oro 3 (2-Relaciones políticas y literarias en España y Portugal): 125–34. https://doi.org/10.13035/H.2015.03.02.08.

———. 2016a. ‘La recepción de Miguel de Cervantes en el Portugal contemporáneo’. Edad de oro 35: 135–48.

———. 2016b. ‘Las falsificaciones de la historia: Cervantes entre Bragança y Sanabria’. Boletín de la Biblioteca Menéndez Pelayo XCII: 115–31.

Dotras Bravo, Alexia, and António Apolinário Lourenço. 2010. ‘Da Ibéria à Hispânia, da Espanha à Ibéria’. Revista de História das Ideias, no. 31: 285–301.

Dotras Bravo, Alexia, and Maria João Simões. 2011. ‘A presença da imagem portuguesa no romance galego actual: “Resistencia” de Rosa Aneiros’. In Imagotipos literários: processos de (des)configuração na imagologia literária, 143–60. Coimbra: Centro de Literatura Portuguesa.

Dotras Bravo, Alexia, and Aurelio Vargas Díaz-Toledo. 2011. ‘“Cartel de desafío e protestación cavalleresca de Don Quixote de la Mancha, Cavallero de la Triste Figura, en defensión de sus castellanos”’. Colóquio/Letras, no. Siglo de Oro: Relações Hispano-Portuguesas no Século XVII. Suplemento ao número 178 (December): 77–86.

Dotras Bravo, Alexia, and Filipa Raquel Veleda Delgado dos Santos. 2017. ‘Algumas traduções e adaptações de Gata Borralheira/Cinderela de Charles Perrault, Irmãos Grimm e Walt Disney’. Edited by António Manuel Ferreira. Pelos mares da língua portuguesa 3, 765–79.