Eva M. Pérez-Rodríguez is a full-time Senior Lecturer in English at the Universitat de les Illes Balears, where she has been employed since 2002. She currently teaches literature subjects in the Degree of English Studies at UIB, covering all periods from Old English and Medieval Literature, to 18th century, Romantic and Victorian literature. Previously, she held teaching positions at the Universidad de Oviedo, the Universitat Jaume III in Castellón, and the University of Bradford (UK) as Foreign Language Assistant. Eva holds a PhD in English Philology from the Universidad de Oviedo. She had previously obtained her MPhil in English Literature from the University of Bradford. These dissertations focused on the work of 1790s radical author William Godwin.
In addition to her original research focus on 18th and early 19th century literature and culture, Eva M. Pérez-Rodríguez's current research interests include contemporary British authors such as David Lodge, Ian McEwan or Sarah Waters. She has participated in numerous international conferences and published articles in specialised journals. In 2012 her book How the Second World War Is Depicted by British Novelists since 1990 was published by the Edwin Mellen Press. She is also the co-author of the book Commenting on Texts: Literature, History, the Media, published by Edicions UIB (2006), among others. Eva is currently Mobility Coordinator for English Studies at UIB. She is also a member of the research group Literatures Anglòfones Modernes i Contemporànies.