Dr Patricia Bastida Rodríguez
Patricia Bastida Rodríguez is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of the Balearic Islands, where she teaches mainly English literature, women's writing and gender studies both at graduate and postgraduate levels. After obtaining her PhD in English and Gender Studies at the University of Oviedo, she has specialised in contemporary Anglophone literature by women, a field on which she has published extensively. Her current research focuses on gender, ethnicity and urban interaction in twenty-first-century Anglophone literature.
She has published in international specialised journals such as The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, The European Journal of English Studies, Atlantis o The European Journal of Women's Studies. Among her recent publications we can mention 'Afropolitan in the Their Own Way: Writing and Self-Identification in Aminatta Forna and Chika Unigwe' (European Journal of English Studies, 21:2, 2017), 'The Invisible Flaneuse: European Cities and the African Sex Worker in Chika Unigwe's On Black Sisters' Street' (Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 49 (2), 2014) and 'El doble Bildungsroman en la narrativa británica contemporánea: Transformaciones desde la escritura diaspórica femenina' (Oceánide, 4, 2012), as well as the co-edition of the books De-centring Cultural Studies. Past, Present and Future of Popular Culture (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013), Nación, diversidad y género. Perspectivas críticas (Anthropos, 2010) and Entre la calma y la inspiración. Diccionario de autores anglófonos en Baleares (J. Olañeta Editor, 2015). She has also authored the books Santa o hereje: la otra Teresa de Ávila en Impossible Saints de Michèle Roberts (Edicions UIB, 2006) and Santas improbables: Re/visiones de mitología cristiana en autoras contemporáneas (KRK, 1999).
She has been guest researcher at several British universities such as the University of the West of England, the University of Edinburgh or the University of York, and participated in several funded research projects, the current one with the title 'Cosmopolitan Strangers: Alternative Worlds in Contemporary Literatures'. She has been granted two six-year research periods and has been a member of the Board of Referees of the specialised journals Atlantis and Oceánide, both included in SCOPUS. She is currently copyeditor of Atlantis, indexed in JCR and MLA, among other databases. Since 2008 she has been co-director of the English Studies series at Edicions UIB.
|Start Date||End Date||Day||Start Time||End Time||Location|
|21/09/2020||25/06/2021||Wednesday||11.00||12.00||CD03, Ramon Llull|
Subjects taught. Academic Year 2020-21
- 22168 - Benchmark practicals: Foreign Language (English). Degree in Primary Education Majorca.
- 21845 - Gender and Culture in the English-Speaking World. Degree in English Studies Majorca.
- 11153 - The female Bildungsroman in contemporary English-speaking literature: criti. Master's in Modern Languages and Literatures.
Teaching, 5 previous years
|11142 - Beyond the bounds of literary rules: New perspectives in literature-related||
|11153 - The female Bildungsroman in contemporary English-speaking literature: criti|
|11190 - Master's Thesis|
|20285 - English for History, Art and Geography|
|21805 - English Language III|
|21808 - English Literature I: 20th Century Voices|
|21829 - Final Degree Project|
|21842 - British Cultural Studies: A Practical Approach||
|21845 - Gender and Culture in the English-Speaking World|
|22168 - Benchmark practicals: Foreign Language (English)|
|British and comparative cultural studies: identities and representation (BRICCS)||Member|
|Travel writing and insular myth. The voyage to the Balearic Islands. (RELATMIT)||Collaborator|