Rosa Churcher Clarke holds a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Portuguese (Language and Literature) from the University of Oxford, and a Masters in “Crossways in Cultural Narratives” from the Universities of Sheffield, Nova de Lisboa and Perpignan (Erasmus Mundus). She was admitted onto the PhD-COMP in 2017/2018 as an FCT scholarship holder and currently works on the crónicas of German-born writer of Portuguese literature, Ilse Losa.
Main areas of research
- Twentieth Century Portuguese Women’s Writing;
- Exilic Writing;
- Marginal Literary Genres.
- 2017. “Ilse (Lieblich) Losa – «nomadic subject» por excelência para a literatura portuguesa” in Maria Graciete Besse, Maria Araújo da Silva, Ana Paula Coutinho, Fátima Outeirinho (eds.), Exiliance au féminin dans le monde lusophone (XX-XXIe siècles). Paris: Éditions Hispaniques.