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Eva Puyuelo Ureña

Universitat de Barcelona
Dept. de Llengües i Literatures Modernes i d'Estudis Anglesos
evapuyuelo@ub.edu

FPU predoctoral researcher 

Eva PUYUELO UREÑA is a predoctoral researcher at ADHUC—Universitat de Barcelona. Graduated in English Studies at the University of Barcelona (2011-2015) and with a MA in Construction and Representation of Cultural Identities (2015-2016), she focuses her research on African-American studies and feminisms, contemporary U.S. literature, social movements, race, and identity politics in the works by Toni Morrison, Danez Smith, Alice Walker and Ta-Nehisi Coates, amongst others. Her PhD dissertation, supervised by Dr. Rodrigo Andrés and Dr. Cristina Alsina, studies the ways in which Ta-Nehisi Coates's representation of racial violence in Between the World and Me (2015) can be considered a violent act in itself.

Research Areas

African-American Literature; Gender; Representation; Racial Violence; Identity Politics.

Text reported by the researcher
20/02/2018

ADHUC—Centre de Recerca Teoria, Gènere, Sexualitat: investigadora predoctoral / predoctoral researcher (21/09/2016 -)

Càtedra UNESCO Dones, desenvolupament i cultures:  investigadora predoctoral / predoctoral researcher (21/09/2016 -)

 

21/09/2016 - FPU, Beca para la formación de profesorado universitario, MINECO

A / To Universitat de Barcelona