Joana Moura currently teaches Academic English (Grad Labs) in the International MA/PhD programs in Culture Studies at UCP and teaches English in the MA program in Língua Gestual Portuguesa at the Instituto de Ciências da Saúde, UCP. She holds a BA in German with English from King’s College London (2008), an MA in Comparative Literature from the State University of New York at Stony Brook (2011) and she just completed her PhD in Comparative Literature at SUNY Stony Brook with a dissertation entitled “The Difference that a Body Makes: Figurations of the Translator’s Body and Mistranslation in Peter Handke’s Translation Narratives”. At the moment, she collaborates in two research projects at the Centre for Comparative Studies (University of Lisbon), namely in “Comparative World Literature” and “Moving Bodies: Circulations, Narratives and Archives in Translation”. Her main research interests: Comparative Literature, Culture Studies, Translation Studies and 20th-Century German-language Literature and Film.