Daniel Lourenço (MA, University of Sussex, 2012) is a PhD student. He holds a master’s degree in Sexual Dissidence in Literature and Culture from the University of Sussex (thesis: “Embodying Queer Criticism: Reading Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Roland Barthes”) and he is currently a PhD student at the Programme in Comparative Studies of the University of Lisbon. His research interests are mainly in the area of feminist and queer theories, with a special emphasis on the relationships between writing (both critically and creatively) and issues of corporeality and affective materiality, especially as understood through the work of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. His current focus is on experimental work by women authors in contemporary western literatures.
- 2012. “Vigiar e Punir”, in (In)seguranças no Espaço Urbano, Susana Araújo, Sandra Bettencourt e Ana Raquel Fernandes (orgs.). Vila Nova de Famalicão, Húmus.