Ângela Fernandes is Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies at the Department of Romance Literatures of the School of Arts and Humanities, University of Lisbon. She got her PhD in Literary Theory at the same university in 2009.
At the Centre for Comparative Studies, she coordinates the research project DIIA—Iberian and Ibero-American Dialogues, which focuses on the relations between Iberian and Ibero-American literatures and cultures. She is also the Director of the Programme in Comparative Studies.
Her main areas of research are Literary Theory, Comparative Literature, Literature and Science, Iberian Studies and Hispanic Literatures.
CV and list of publications available here.