Name
Teresa Botelho
Affiliation

Affiliation Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Seniority
Senior
Bionote

Teresa Botelho has a PH.D. from Cambridge University and is Associate Professor at The Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Nova University of Lisbon, where she teaches American Studies. She is President of the Portuguese Association of Anglo-American Studies and member of the research group : Mapping Dreams: British and American Utopianism (CETAPS). She has published extensively on African American, and Asian American culture and literature, theater and drama. Her current interests include technological utopias/dystopias and the post-human, science fiction,post-black literature, identity theory in its intersections with utopia, visual culture and cinema, the collaboration between sciences and literature, especially in drama, and literary and visual representations of 9/11.

Publications

1 Botelho, Teresa (2016) “Televised Anxiety: Narratives of Terror and Insecurity from 24 to Homeland.” There is More to Fear that Fear Itself: Fears and Anxieties in the 21st Century. Ed. Izabella Dixon, Selina E.M. Doran and Bethan Michael. Oxford: Interdisciplinary Press, pp. 139-152

2 Botelho, Teresa / Maria Teresa Castilho (2015) “Utopía y poder en Estados Unidos: Una unión más perfecta: utopías de pluralidad en los Estados Unidos.” Utopía y poder en Europa y América. Ed. Moisés González García and Rafael Herrera Guillén. Madrid: Tecnos Editorial pp. 251-268

3 Botelho, Teresa , (2014) “Reimagining the Body in Post-Singularity Techno-Utopias” Spaces of Utopia: An Electronic Journal, 2nd series, no. 3, pp. 70-83

4 Botelho, Teresa (2014) “’If We Must Die”: Writing the African American Double Battle in WWI.” Cadernos de Literatura Comparada N.º 31 – 12/ 2014 | 249-267 – ISSN 1645-1112

5 Botelho, Teresa / Iolanda Ramos (2013) Performing Identities and Utopias of Belonging. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013

6Botelho, Teresa (2013) “Dystopias of Belonging: Defamiliarizing Sameness in Danzy Senna’s Symptomatic.”Performing Identities and Utopias of Belonging. Ed. Teresa Botelho/ Iolanda Ramos. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing pp.52-68

7 Botelho, Teresa (2013) “Finding an Aesthetic of her Own: Partnering Identities in the Work of Faith Ringgold” Women and the Arts: Dialogues in Female Creativity. Ed. Diana V. Almeida. Bern: Peter Lang pp.109-124

8 Botelho, Teresa, (2013) “Becoming Tony Alfama: The American Education of a Portuguese Kid in Charles Reis Felix’ Tony: A New England Boyhood.” Gávea-Brown: A Bilingual Journal of Portuguese-American Studies Vol. XXXIV-XXXV pp. 131-146

9 Botelho, Teresa (2012) “Staging Darwin: Evolution and the Dramatic Language of Science Plays.” (Dis)Entangling Darwin: Cross-Disciplinary Reflections on the Man and his Legacy Ed. Sara Silva, Fátima Vieira, Jorge Bastos da Silva, Cambridge Scholars Publishing pp: 209-224

10 Botelho, Teresa (2012) “Leaving one’s safe houses of identity: reimagining belonging in utopian performatives” Spectres of Utopia: Theory, Practice, Conventions. Ed. Arthur Blaim and Ludmila Gruszewska-Blaim. Franfurt-am Main: Peter Lang Verlag pp. 159-166

 




Iolanda Ramos
Joana Catarina de Sousa Caetano
João Fernando de Castro Gonçalves dos Santos
Jorge Bastos da Silva
Katarzyna Pisarska
Márcia Diana Fernandes Lemos
Maria Aline Salgueiro Seabra Ferreira
Maria Celeste Natário
Maria Luísa Malato (da R. Borralho F. Cunha)
Maria Manuel Correia de Lemos Quintela
Maria Teresa Lobo Castilho
Marinela Freitas
Marta Correia
Miguel dos Santos Silva Ramalhete Gomes
Pedro Moreira
Raquel Silva
Rui Pedro dos Santos Rato
Rute Costa
Sofia de Melo Araújo
Teresa Botelho
Virgínia Henriques Calado