João Pedro Vicente Faustino, PhD Student
PhD Student in Hispanic Studies
Portuguese subject leader (Language Centre)
Humanities Building, University Road, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, Room: H4.27
João Vicente completed a degree in Modern Languages and Literature, specializing in English and Portuguese studies, at the University of Lisbon. At the same university, he also completed a degree in Language and Literature teaching. His research focuses on the representations of memory (individual, familial, national and transnational) in the work of Portuguese novelist Mário Cláudio (1941). Concurrently, he is concerned with an interrelated trend found in Cláudio's fiction, namely the configuration of ideas regarding the author/creator and the poetic act.
- Comparative literature
- Memory studies
- Biography, autobiography, and autofiction
- Interartistic studies
- Modernity and Postmodernity
'The point of view of the animal: ontology and ethics of alterity in The Many Selves of Katherine North, by Emma Geen'. (Un)ethical Futures: Utopia, Dystopia and Science Fiction, 15-17 December 2017, Monash University.
'(Mis)understanding Bach: Fiction, Art and Resistance'. Thinking Through Fiction, 21-22 June 2016, University of Kent.
'Biography, Creation and Ekphrasis: A Comparative Study of Paulo José Miranda's Natureza Morta and Ricardo Menéndez Salmón's La luz es más antigua que el amor'. Convention of the Northeastern Modern Language Association, 30 April-3 May 2015, Toronto.
'Camilo Broca: autobiografía ficcional e interdiscursividad'. XIV Congreso - Instituto Internacional de Sociocrítica, 13-15 November 2013, University of Guanajuato.
João Vicente Faustino. "The Point of View of the Animal: An Ontology and Ethics of Alterity in Emma Geen’s The Many Selves of Katherine North." Colloquy: Text, Theory, Critique 35/36 (2018): 54–81. doi.org/10.26180/5c11dafa73072
João Vicente Faustino. Review of Mediations of Disruption in Post-Conflict Cinema by Adriana Martins, Alexandra Lopes, Mónica Dias. Portuguese Studies, vol. 34, no. 2, The Cinema of Fernando Vendrell (2018), pp. 237-239. JSTOR: https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5699/portstudies.34.2.0237
João Vicente. “(Mis)Understanding Bach: Fiction, Art and Resistance.” Portuguese Studies, vol. 33, no. 2, 2017, pp. 185–201. JSTOR: www.jstor.org/stable/10.5699/portstudies.33.2.0185.
Previous teaching experience
Visiting lecturer in Portuguese (Camões Institute) at the universities of Delhi (India), Granada (Spain) and Toronto (Canada).
Portuguese Intermediate Accelerated (LL299)
Advanced Portuguese (LL324)
Association of British and Irish Lusitanists (ABIL)
Association of Teachers and Researchers of Portuguese Language (TROPO - UK)