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Dr Aida Rosende Pérez

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Dr Aida Rosende Pérez
Tenure-track contract Lecturer with a PhD
English Philology

Dr Aida Rosende Pérez

personal.uib.eu/aida.rosende

Curriculum

Brief CV

Dr. Aida Rosende-Pérez is Lecturer in English at the University of the Balearic Islands where she teaches in the fields of Gender Studies, Globalization and Decolonial Studies, and US Literature and Culture and Literature at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. She holds an international PhD in English from the University of Vigo (2015) and her doctoral dissertation received the Arts and Humanities Doctoral Award from that same University. Her research has focused principally on the politics and poetics of transnational feminism, specializing in postcolonial and diasporic literature and cultural production and paying special attention to the narratives and (audio)visual productions of contemporary Irish women writers and artists. At the moment, she is exploring the critical theories of posthumanism and affect studies in relation to feminist cultural practices (literature, cinema, TV, visual arts) in the context of neoliberal globalization. The results of her research activities have been published in specialized academic journals, and in diverse national and international volumes. She has participated in different research projects, and she is currently a member of the project 'Bodies in Transit: Difference and Indifference in Globalized Cultures' (http://bodiesintransitproject.com)

Teaching

Office Hours

Lecturer Tutorial Times
Start Date End Date Day Start Time End Time Location
09/09/2019 14/02/2020 Monday 18.00 19.00 CC04, Ramón Llull (by appointment)
17/02/2020 31/07/2020 Tuesday 12.30 13.30 Son Espases (by appointment)
17/02/2020 31/07/2020 Thursday 17.00 18.00 CC04, Ramón Llull (by appointment)

Subjects taught. Academic Year 2018-19

Subjects taught
Subject Degree/campus
21976 - English for Education and Social Work
21375 - English for Health and Behavioural Sciences
21829 - Final Degree Project
21821 - Literatures of The United States of America
11142 - Beyond the bounds of literary rules: New perspectives in literature-related
11163 - Feminism and globalization: literature, culture and society in post-colonia

Subjects taught. Academic Year 2019-20

Subjects taught
Subject Degree/campus
21375 - English for Health and Behavioural Sciences
21821 - Literatures of The United States of America
21843 - The United States and Globalisation: Literature, Film and Television
11142 - Beyond the bounds of literary rules: New perspectives in literature-related
11190 - Master's Thesis

Teaching, 5 previous years

Subject Degree
11142 - Beyond the bounds of literary rules: New perspectives in literature-related
11163 - Feminism and globalization: literature, culture and society in post-colonia
21375 - English for Health and Behavioural Sciences
  • Degree in Medicine2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19
  • Degree in Nursing 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19
  • Degree in Physiotherapy 2017-18
  • Degree in Physiotherapy 2016-17, 2018-19
  • Degree in Psychology2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19
21800 - Comprehension and Interpretation of Academic Texts in the English Language
  • Degree in Catalan Language and Literature2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17
  • Degree in English Studies2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17
  • Degree in History2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17
  • Degree in History of Art 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17
  • Degree in Philosophy2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17
  • Degree in Spanish Language and Literature2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17
21821 - Literatures of The United States of America
  • Degree in Catalan Language and Literature2018-19
  • Degree in English Studies2018-19
21829 - Final Degree Project
  • Degree in English Studies2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2018-19
21843 - The United States and Globalisation: Literature, Film and Television
  • Degree in English Studies2017-18
21976 - English for Education and Social Work
  • Degree in Labour Relations 2018-19
  • Degree in Pedagogy 2018-19
  • Degree in Social Education2018-19
  • Degree in Social Work2018-19

Research

Research groups

Group Membership type
Modern and Contemporary Anglophone Literatures (LITANGLO) Member
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