PhD in Translation Studies. She is currently Associate Dean of the Faculty of Human Sciences and member of the Research Centre for Communication and Culture. At the Centre, she coordinates the research group ‘Literature and the Global Contemporary’.
Her most recent publications include the co-edition of The Age of Translation. Early 20th-century Concepts and Debates (Peter Lang, 2017) and of Mediations of Disruption in Post-conflict Cinema (Palgrave Macmilan, 2016). She has many articles published in national and international volumes.
She has participated in research projects, such as Culture@Work (funded by the Culture Programme of the EU) e Lugares de O’Neill (funded by Gulbenkian Foundation).
As a translator, she has rendered into Portuguese Peter Handke’s Versuch über den geglückten Tag (1994; revised edition: 2020), Herta Müller’s herztier (1999) and Salman Rushdie’s Fury (2002), among others.
Research areas: Translation History, Literary Studies, Culture Studies