Eva Dinis (MA, Univ. of Lisbon, 2010) is a PhD Student. She holds a Master Degree in Portuguese Language and Culture from the University of Lisbon, with first-class honours. Her thesis (Two perspectives on alterity: the Other in Eça de Queirós’ «A Correspondência de Fradique Mendes», and José Eduardo Agualusa’s «Nação Crioula»), established her interest on comparative literature. She is currently a PhD student at the PhDComp programme. She received a Research Scholarship for the FCT-funded Playing Identities International Project at the Center for Comparative Studies; she is also a member of the CILM Project. Her current research interests are mainly identity studies (otherness, the uncanny body), feminisms and gender theory, dystopian and speculative fiction, and the grotesque and the abject.
Araújo, Susana and Dinis, Eva, “’Securing’ Identities after 9/11: Challenges to Migration and Creolisation in Joseph O’Neill’s Netherland”, in Tommaso Sbriccoli & Stefano Jacoviello (eds.), Shifting Borders. European Perspectives on Creolisation, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012