Assistant Professor at FCH since 2014 and Coordinator of the Master in Portuguese as a Foreign Language / Second Language, since 2018.
She holds a PhD in Literary Theory (University of Lisbon, 2014), with a thesis on Jorge de Sena’s and Alexandre O’Neill’s poetic intents. Between 2006 and 2008 she was a lecturer at the University of Coruña, where she taught Portuguese Literature, Brazilian Literature and Portuguese as a Foreign Language.
In 2012, she joined the Research Centre for Communication and Culture Studies, where she is a member of the research line “Literature and the Global Contemporary”. Between 2018 and 2019, she coordinated a project (with a grant awarded by the Gulbenkian Foundation) on the Portuguese poet Alexandre O’Neill.
She has developed research in Portuguese Literature, Literary Theory, Portuguese as a Foreign Language and Didactics of Portuguese Language and Literature.
Her recent publications include an edition of collected essays on Alexandre O’Neill (Tinta da China, 2018). She is one of the founders and co-editors of Jogos Florais, a site for literary criticism and poetry.