Areas of interest: Galician Studies – Hispanic Studies – Portuguese Studies – Comparative Literature
Perfecto Cuadrado Fernández is a Professor of Galician and Portuguese Philology at the Universitat de les Illes Balears (Palma, Spain). He is the Coordinator of the Center for Studies on Surrealism of the Fundação Cupertino de Miranda (Vila Nova de Famalicão, Portugal) and the President of the Association of Spanish Lusitanians (Asociación de Lusitanistas del Estado Español, ALEE). He is also a member of the Institute of Portuguese Studies and the Institute of Studies on Modernism (Universidade Nova de Lisboa), and of the Center for Portuguese Literature (Universidade de Coimbra).
Areas of interest: Hispanic Studies – Galician Studies – Portuguese Studies – Translation Studies.
Xosé Manuel Dasilva is a Professor in the Department of Translation and Linguistics at the Universidade de Vigo, Spain. His main research areas include the analysis of Galicia, the Luso-Brazilian community, Comparative History, and Self-translation in the Iberian Peninsula. (more…)
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).
Areas of interest: Iberian Studies – Portuguese Studies – Cultural Studies.
Maria de Lurdes Correia Fernandes is a Professor in the Department of Portuguese and Romance Languages and the former director of the Instituto de Estudos Ibéricos at the Universidade do Porto, Portugal. She was also the founder and director of the journal, Península: Revista de Estudos Ibéricos (2002-2008). Her main areas of study include “Siglo de Oro” Literature and Culture, Iberian Cultural History (Early Modern Age), and History of Religion and Religious Practices (15th-18th centuries).