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Fernanda Mota Alves
Senior Lecturer (Professora Associada)


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Biographical note:

Fernanda Mota Alves (PhD, University of Lisbon, 1989) is associate professor of German and Comparative Sudies (Faculty of Letters, Univ. of Lisbon). Her main research interests lie in Memory and Emotion Studies, representations of the modern and contemporary city, 19th century an contemporary German literature. She is the coordinator of the project Aesthetics of Memory and Emotions.


Selected Publications:

    • 2012. "Panic City – Angst und Unsicherheit in den Metropolen als literarisches Thema der Gegenwart” in Angst: Lähmender Stillstand und Motor des Fortschritts, Dietmar Goltschnigg. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag. 429-435.
    • 2011. “Pfeil und Kreis, Fragmentierung und Stillstand. Literarische Darstellung von Zeiterfahrung" in der Grosstadt“ in Charlotte Grolleg-Edler, Konstanze Kähne, Evelyn Schalk, Phänomen Zeit. Dimensionen und Strukturen in Kultur und Wissenschaft. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag. 163-167.
    • 2010. "A Body of Emotions: Trauma and Cultural Memory in Das Judasschaf, by Anne Duden” in Estética das Emoções, Fernanda Gil Costa and Igor Furão (orgs.).  Húmus. 235-248.
    • 2010. “Erinnerte Geschichte(n): individuelle Identität und kulturelles Gedächtnis in Am Beispiel meines Bruders und Der Freund und der Fremde von Uwe Timm.“ in Rahmenwechsel Kulturwissenschaften, Peter Hanenberg, Isabel Capeloa Gil, Filomena Viana Guarda, Fernando Clara (eds.). Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann. 265-274.
    • 2008. "Berlin, London, Paris: der moderne Blick auf die Grosstadt in Heines publizistischen Schriften“, in Harry... Heinrich... Henri... Heine. Deutscher, Jude, Europäer, Dietmar Goltschnigg, Charlotte Grollegg-Edler, Peter Revers (eds.). Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag. 53-66.





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