A PhD Experience: Jorge Diego Sánchez

Jorge Diego Sánchez (PhD, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain) teaches at University of Salamanca (Dpt. of English Studies). His academic background centres on Postcolonial Theory and Cultural Studies in English with a focus on literature, cinema and dance from India and its diasporas. He has published articles and book chapters on Anuradha Roy, Tishani Doshi, Aravind Adiga, MeenaContinue reading “A PhD Experience: Jorge Diego Sánchez”

A PhD Experience: Vicent Cucarella-Ramon

Vicent Cucarella-Ramon, PhD is an Assistant Professor at the Department of English Philology at the Universitat de València. His research interests are focused on U.S. and Canadian literature with a special emphasis on African American and Black Canadian literature. He has published several articles and book chapters on Black North American writers such as Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, Richard Wright, Jesmyn Ward and Esi Edugyan, among others. He is the author of the book Sacred Femininity and the Politics of Affect in AfricanContinue reading “A PhD Experience: Vicent Cucarella-Ramon”

A PhD Experience: Dolores Resano

Dolores Resano, PhD in Construction and Representation of Cultural Identities (Universitat de Barcelona, 2017), is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Clinton Institute for American Studies (University College Dublin) and Visiting Scholar at Dartmouth College in the United States. Her current research is focused on 21st-century American and European literature from a transatlantic perspective, withContinue reading “A PhD Experience: Dolores Resano”

A PhD Experience: Hu Jing

Hu Jing is a PhD from University of Alcalá, Instituto Franklin-UAH. She has a master’s degree in Hispanic Philology from the University of Jilin (China) and another master’s in Spanish-American Literature from Complutense University of Madrid. Her main research interest is ecocriticism. In July of 2021, she defended her dissertation which is focused on theContinue reading “A PhD Experience: Hu Jing”

A PhD Experience: Amanda Gerke

Amanda Gerke is an Assistant Professor at the University of Salamanca. She defended her thesis in 2016, and her main areas of research are (critical) discourse analysis and genre analysis. Amanda has given various conference papers and has published articles that focus on cultural values, attitudes, and beliefs that are transmitted through written texts, asContinue reading “A PhD Experience: Amanda Gerke”

A PhD Experience: Alicia Ors Ausín

Alicia Ors Ausín is a PhD in American Studies from Instituto Franklin-UAH. She has a degree in Journalism from the CEU-Cardenal Herrera University in Madrid and a Masters in Screenwriting for Television and Film from the Menendez Pelayo International University. She has worked for Radio Televisión Española, Radio Televisión Valenciana, and the Spanish news agency EFE, as wellContinue reading “A PhD Experience: Alicia Ors Ausín”

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