NETEC Team Members

  • Teresa Caneda Cabrera (P. I.)

    My research concentrates on translation as a form of negotiation between cultures and in relation to socio-political and intellectual frameworks. I am also interested in exploring issues such as transnationalism, foreignness and mobility in relation to Modernism, Contemporary Irish Fiction and Translation Studies.

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  • Martín Urdiales Shaw

    My research focuses on American 20th century literature, mainly specializing in the fields of Jewish American prose, 1930s urban fiction and American popular culture. I am also interested in Holocaust Studies and have addressed issues of translatability and representational strategies in Jewish-American graphic-novels.

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  • Jorge Figueroa Dorrego

    My research mainly focuses on 17th and 18th century British literature and culture, with particular emphasis on women writers, prose fiction, and stage comedy. I am also interested in issues mostly related to gender, genre, and humour.

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  • Araceli González Crespán

    My research centrally focuses on female playwrights in contemporary American theater. I have continued interrogating female representations as depicted by female playwrights and have extended my theoretical tenets from semiotics to other approaches that include notions of ethnicity, multiculturalism and difference.

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  • José Carregal Romero

    I defended my PhD dissertation, entitled “Contemporary Redefinitions of the Irish Family in Colm Tóibín’s Fiction” and supervised by Dr. Teresa Caneda, in December of 2016. My research shows a keen interest in the intersections between gender, sexuality and politics in the Irish context.

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