Joana Meirim

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Joana Meirim is Visiting Assistant Professor at the NOVA FCSH and a researcher at the Institute for the Study of Literature and Tradition (IELT). She holds a Ph.D. in Literary Theory (University of Lisbon), with a thesis on Jorge de Sena and Alexandre O’Neill, and has coordinated a project on the Portuguese poet Alexandre O’Neill with a grant awarded by the Gulbenkian Foundation. She has recently edited a collection of Alexandre O’Neill interviews (Tinta-da-China, 2021), co-edited a collection of essays on the criticism of Jorge de Sena (BNP, 2022) and a special issue dedicate to the teaching of literatures in Portuguese (Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies, 38/39, Fall 2022/Spring2023). She has been awarded the INCM/Vasco Graça Moura Prize for Best Essay in the Humanities (2022). She’s the author of O Essencial sobre as Três Marias (INCM, 2023).

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