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Amândio Reis

PhD Student

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Biographical note:

Amândio Reis graduated in Portuguese and Lusophone Studies (2011) from the University of Lisbon, from which he also earned his master’s degree in Romanic Studies (2014). He is a PhD student in the International PhD Programme in Comparative Studies, PHDCOMP (U. Lisbon, Catholic U. Leuven, U. Bologna), and in 2015 he was awarded a fellowship by the FCT (Portuguese National Funding Agency) for a research project focusing on the concept of knowledge in late nineteenth-century fiction, and specifically in the works of Henry James, Guy de Maupassant and Machado de Assis. He is a member of the Centre for Comparative Studies (University of Lisbon School of Arts and Humanities), where he develops his research on Comparative Literature and Literature and Cinema. He is also a co-editor of Falso Movimento, an online journal on writing and film, and a member of INCH – International Network for Comparative Humanities.

 

Main Research Areas:        

  • Literary Studies 
  • Comparative Literature
  • Film Studies 
  • Literature and Film 

Selected Publications: 

 

  • 2016. “«Como um seixo na praia»: Outra forma de escrever (o Horla)”, in Clara Rowland e Tom Conley (eds.), Falso Movimento: ensaios sobre escrita e cinema, Lisboa: Cotovia (127-145).
  • 2015. O Livro Encenado: Escrita e Representação em Ana Teresa Pereira, Lisboa: Colibri.
  • 2015. “L’Histoire d’Adèle H: Apontamentos para uma cartografia da efabulação”, in Clara Rowland e José Bértolo (eds.), A Escrita do Cinema: Ensaios, Lisboa: Documenta (190-205).
  • 2013. “A Mensagem Resvalante: O extravio do sentido em En la penumbra, de Juan Benet”, Românica: Revista de Literatura, n.º 21, Lisboa: Departamento de Literaturas Românicas da FLUL, 2013 (235-248).
  • 2013. “Os Filmes (D)escritos de Ana Teresa Pereira: Nightmare, de Alfred Hitchcock, e The Double, de David Cronenberg”, MATLIT, V. 1, n.º 2: Escrita e Cinema (25-38).





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