CILM - Homepage
Homepage Team Isabel Fernandes

Isabel Fernandes
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Faculty of Letters - University of Lisbon

Isabel Fernandes is a Professor of English at the Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon and Scientific Coordinator of ULICES – University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies. With a PhD in English Literature (1988), she has published on several British authors: D. H. Lawrence, Emily Brontë, Jane Austen, Joseph Conrad, A. S. Byatt, Ted Hughes and Tracy Chevalier, among others. More recently her interests include inter-art studies and the relations between narrative and medicine.

Main Publications:

  • (2011), Literatura: a (in)disciplina na intersecção dos saberes e das artes. Cadernos de Anglística 16. Lisboa: Centro de Estudos Anglísticos / Edições Colibri.
  • (2011). Critical Dialogues: Slow Readings of English Literary Texts. Lisboa: Edição de Autor.
  • (2010).“Adoecer de Hélia Correia ou um ‘conhecimento por dentro’”. Colóquio / Letras: Revista Quadrimensal 175 (Setembro / Dezembro) (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa): 145-155.
  • (2009). “Of Painters, Models and their Downfall: The Case of John Singer Sargent’s Madame X”. “So long lives this and this gives life to thee”. Homenagem a Maria Helena de Paiva Correia. Lisboa: Departamento de Estudos Anglísticos – FLUL. 313-323.
  • (2007). “The Taming of Lady Chatterley’s Creator: D. H. Lawrence in Portugal after 70 Years”. D. H. Lawrence. Org. Dieter Mehl and Christa Jansohn. The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe. London: Compendium Books.
  • (2006). “From Anxiety to Self-reflexivity: The Role of Literature in the University”, Anglo-Saxónica: Revista do Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa. Série II 24: 143-151.
  • (2006). “Sophia M. B. Andresen Re-presents Byron”. “And Gladly wolde (s)he lerne and gladly teche”. Homenagem a Júlia Dias Ferreira. Lisboa: Departamento de Estudos Anglísticos – FLUL / Edições Colibri. 247-258.
| Back |

Copyright© 2017 CILM – City and (In)security in Literature and Media