Faculty

PERMANENT PROFESSORS

Profª. Drª Adinilda de Medeiros Souza [LATTES]

PhD in Comparative Literature, UFRN,

Post-doctorate at the University of Coimbra, under the supervision of Professor Dr. Carlos Reis and Professor Cristina da Costa Vieira. PhD in Comparative Literature by the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN). Colaborator professor in the Postgraduate Program in Literature (PPGL) of the Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB) and in the Professional Master’s Program in Literature (PROFLETRAS) of the State University of Paraíba (Campus III) (UEPB). Experience in Literature, with emphasis on studies on romance, romanesque character, gender studies and literature from the Middle Ages.

E-mail: aldinidamedeiros@gmail.com

Research Group: Lusophone Literary Studies Interdisciplinary Group


Profª Drª Alcione Lucena de Albertim [ LATTES]

PhD in Letters, UFPB, 2012.

Bachelors degree in Letters from the UFPB (2006), Masters degree from the UFPB (2008) and PhD from the UFPB (2012). Colaborator professor at the Federal University of Paraíba, Department of Classical and Vernacular Letters. Coordinator of MYTHOS – Greco-Latin Mythology Studies Center. Experience teaching in Greek, Latin and classic literatures. Work area in Greek and Latin Epic Literature, Greek Tragedy, Translation (Greek and Latin language), as well as in Classical Literature and Psychoanalysis.

E-mail: lucena25@hotmail.com 

Research Group: MYTHOS: Greco-Latin Mythology Studies Center 


Profª Drª Ana Cristina Marinho Lúcio [ LATTES ]

PhD in Brazilian Literature, UFPB, 2001

E:mail: anamarinho@cchla.ufpb.br

Professor of the Department of Classical and Vernacular Letters and of the Postgraduate Program in Letters of the UFPB. Graduated in History (1993) and PhD in Letters (2001) by UFPB. She develops research on literary theory and African literatures of Portuguese language. Activity areas: literary theory, African Portuguese-language literatures, children’s literature and popular culture.

Research Group: Literature and culture gender studies: tension and production areas


Prof. Dr. Arturo Gouveia de Araújo [ LATTES ]

PhD in Comparative Literature, USP, 1998.

E-mail: arturogouveia@terra.com.br

Bachelors degree in Letters from the UFPB – Habilitation I (1987), Masters degree in Letters by the UFPB (1991) and PhD in Letters (Literary Theory and Comparative Literature) by the University of São Paulo (USP) (1998). Colaborator professor of the UFPB. Experience in Letters area, focus in Comparative Literature.

Research Group: Literature Studies and Contemporary Society Research Group 


Profª Drª Carmen Sevilla Gonçalves dos Santos [LATTES]

PhD in Letters, UFPE, 2007

E:mail: csevilla@uol.com.br

Master degree in Social Psychology from the UFPB and PhD in Letters from the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). She is currently Associate Professor II of the Department of Education Rationale of the Education Center of UFPB. In recent years she has been dedicated to the Theory of Literature and Literary Anthropology and its interface with education, with projects in research, teaching and extension. She concluded in May 2017 a postdoctoral research involving the areas of Literary Anthropology, Literature and Cinema by UFPE.


Prof. Dr. Daniel Antônio de Souza Alves [LATTES]

PhD in Translation Studies, UFSC, 2014.

E-mail: daniel.alves.ufpb@gmail.com

PhD in Translation Studies from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (2014) and a Master’s Degree in Linguistic Studies from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) (2006). Colaborator Professor at the UFPB, teaching and research related to Translation and Conflict; Corpus Linguistics, Information Technology, Systemic-Functional Linguistics; and in extension activities in the training of translators.

Research Group: Theory, Practice and Graduate of the Translator


Profª. Drª. Daniela Maria Segabinazi [LATTES]

PhD in Letters, UPFB, 2011.

E-mail: dani.segabinazi@gmail.com

Bachelors degree in Letters – Portuguese Language (full degree) from the University of the Northwest of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (Unijuí) (1994), a law degree (1995), from the same University; (2000), and PhD in Letters, by the UFPB (2011), linked to the area of Literature and Culture and the line of literature and teaching . Currently she is a member of the faculty of the Department of Classical and Vernacular Letters (DLCV) and the Postgraduate Program in Letters of the UFPB (PPGL). She has experience in Literature and Pedagogy, with emphasis on Literature Infanto Juvenil and Brazilian Literature; acting mainly in the following subjects: children’s and juvenile literature, literature and teaching and comparative literature.

Research Group: Intership, Education and Professor Graduation


Profª Drª Edneia de Oliveira Alves [LATTES]

PhD in Social Psychology, UFPB, 2016

E:mail: edneiaalvesufpb@gmail.com

Masters Degree in Social Psychology (2008) and PhD in Social Psychology by UFPB (2016). Professor of Libras (Brazilian Sign Language) of the UFPB since 2016. She coordinates the projects Literacy of the deaf through the textual genres of daily life and the project Resource didactic for teaching to the deaf. Research projects: “The production of meaning in teaching resources for the teaching of Portuguese to the deaf” and “Libras (Brazilian Sign Language): teaching, research and translation in question”.

Research Group: Semiotics, Libras and Education of the Deaf


Profª. Drª Elaine Cristina Cintra [LATTES]

PhD in Letters, UNESP, 2005

E-mail: elcintra@gmail.com

Masters Degree in Literary Studies by Paulista State University Júlio de Mesquita Filho (Unesp) (1997), Araraquara campus, guided by Prof. Dr. Carlos Alberto Iannoni. PhD in Literary Theory by Unesp, São José do Rio Preto campus, with thesis on the Livro do Desassossego, by Fernando Pessoa, directed by Profa. Dr. Maria Heloísa Martins Dias. Post-doctorate at FFLCH of USP, under the supervision of Prof. Viviana Bosi. Associate Professor at the Federal University of Paraíba, working in the Course of Letters of Campus IV, in Mamanguape – PB. She’s also a professor and collaborator of PPLET – Graduate Program in Literary Studies, UFU. Areas of interest: Modern and contemporary lyric, Literary Theory, Theory of poetry.

Research Group: Poetry Studies Laboratory


Profª Drª Genilda Azeredo [ LATTES ]

PhD in Anglo-American Literature, UFSC, 2001.

E-mail: genilda@cchla.ufpb.br

Bachelors Degree in Letters by UFPB (1985). Masters Degree in Letters by UFPB (1990). PhD in Literature (English and Corresponding Literature) from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) (2001). She is currently associate professor IV at the UFPB. She developed master’s research on the modern tale (Virginia Woolf) and doctoral dissertation on Jane Austen’s film adaptations, with an emphasis on irony and its effects (both verbal and filmic). Has experience teaching in the area of ​​Modern Foreign Literature, poetic text theory and narrative theories (literary and film). For five years, she has been researching and orienting mainly studies that focus on the interrelationship between literature and cinema – particularly film adaptation – aiming at analyzing the different effects of meaning that intersemiotic dialogue produces, both in terms of different languages ​​(verbal and audiovisual) as to the different cultural and historical contexts in which the new adaptation readings are inserted.

Research Group: Literature, Cinema and Visual Culture


Prof. Dr. Hermano de França Rodrigues [LATTES]

PhD in Culture and Languages, UFPB, 2010.

E-mail: hermanorg@gmail.com

PhD in Letters from the UFPB. Associate Professor II of the Department of Classical and Vernacular Letters (UFPB) and the Graduate Program in Letters (UFPB). He completed post-doctoral graduation at the Postgraduate Program in Letters, Federal University of Pernambuco – PROPESQ / UFPE, in the area of Discourse Analysis, under the supervision of Prof. Maria Virgínia Leal. Has experience in the area of Language, Literature and Culture, with emphasis on Semiotics, Literature and Psychoanalysis. It develops studies on: a) Erotic Literature; b) Eroticism, Discourse and Memory; c) Semiotics and Psychoanalysis; d) Literature and Psychoanalysis; e) and Literature and Gender Studies.

Research Group: Literature, Gender and Psychoanalysis: intersemiotic paths


Prof. Dr. Juan Ignacio Jurado Centurion Lopez [LATTES]

PhD in Letters, UFPE, 2011

E:mail: juanig@terra.com.br

Masters Degree and PhD in Letters from the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). From 1994 to 2007 he worked as a Professor and Cultural Coordinator at Centro Cultural Brasil Espanha. As cultural coordinator, he has promoted numerous exhibitions in Recife, establishing partnerships with institutions such as UFPE, Pernambuco Image and Sound Museum, Joaquim Nabuco Foundation, etc. Motivated by the theme of the Doctorate, 16th century, American literature is currently its main object of study. Paying special attention to the texts produced by the different religious orders during the early days of the colonization of the New World. He is currently assistant professor of Spanish Language and Literature at the UFPB.

Research Group: Utopia and Literature


Profa. Drª. Liane Schneider [ LATTES ]

PhD in English Literature, UFSC, 2001.

E-mail: schliane@gmail.com

Bachelors Degree in Letters by Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) (1985). Masters Degree in Letters by UFRGS (1995). PhD in Letters (English and Corresponding Literature) by the Federal University of Santa Catarina in 2000. She currently works in the Department of Modern Foreign Languages ​​of the UFPB and in the Graduate Program in Letters of the same institution. Hers most recent research is oriented to gender, cultural, and postcolonial studies. The professor has more recently researched the literature produced by groups defined as non-hegemonic – indigenous, Afro-descendants, women, homosexuals, etc. English Literature and the cultural issues involved (American, Canadian, English) and comparisons of these with Brazilian productions are their greatest interest. She is currently tutoring the FULBRIGHT / CAPES agreement for a UFPB student in the USA.

Research Group: Gender studies in literature and culture: fields of tension and production


Profª Drª Luciana Eleonora de Freitas Calado DeplagneLATTES ]

PhD in Letters, UFPE, 2006.

E-mail: lucianaeleonora@yahoo.com.br

Bachelors Degree in Social Communication by UFPB (1996). Masters Degree in Letters by UFPB (1999). PhD in Letters from the Federal University of Pernambuco (2006). She completed hers doctorate at the Université Blaise-Pascal in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Has experience teaching in the area of Literature: Medieval Literature, Brazilian Literature, French Language and Literature, Literary Theory, and in the area of Social Communication. Main areas of research: Medieval Literature, Genre, French Literature, French Literature, French Literature, Brazilian Literature, Literary Translation, Popular Literature.

Research Group: Interdisciplinary Group of Medieval Studies


Profª Drª Luciane Alves Santos [LATTES]

PhD in Letters, USP, 2009

E-mail: luciane.ufpb@gmail.com

PhD in Letters from the University of São Paulo, with internship at Université Paris IV- Sorbonne. Master in Literary Studies by – Unesp – FCL / Araraquara. Graduation in Letters, Portuguese / French by Unesp – FCL / Araraq. Experience in higher education in the area of Literature, with emphasis on Portuguese Language Literature and Literature Theory. Coordinator of the course of Letters – Portuguese (UFPB – north coast) and vice coordinator of the course of Letters / Spanish, Open University of Brazil / UFPB. Leader of the research group “Variations of the unusual: from classic myth to modernity”. She is an effective professor at the Federal University of Paraíba, Campus IV, linked to the Master’s Program in Literature / CAPES.

Research Group: Variations of the unusual: from classic myth to modernity


Prof. Dr. Luiz Antonio Mousinho Magalhães [ LATTES ]

PhD in Theory and Literary History, UNICAMP, 2003.

E-mail: lmousinho@yahoo.com.br

Bachelors Degree in Social Communication by UFPB (1987). Masters Degree in Literature from the Federal University of Paraíba (1994). PhD in Theory and Literary History from the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) (2003). He is currently a scolarship holder of research productivity – pq of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development and associate professor IV of the UFPB. Has experience in Literature, with emphasis on Aesthetics of Audiovisual Narrative, working mainly in the following subjects: cinema, fiction and society, narrative theory, fiction and communication and interdisciplinarity.

Research GroupResearch Group on Fiction and Meaning Production


Prof. Dr. Marco Valério Classe Colonnelli [LATTES]

PhD in Letters, UFPB, 2015

E:mail: mcolonnelli@hotmail.com

Bachelors Degree in Philosophy from the Universidade Mackenzie (2002). Masters Degree and PhD in Letters by UFPB (2009, 2015), with an emphasis on Classical Letters. He is currently an associate professor at the UFPB and develops research in the area of Greek language and literature studies (epic and tragedy), Greek prose (philosophical and historical), epic and Latin prose. He develops research on Greek poetics and rhetoric. He acts in the Rhetor Group: Group of studies of rhetoric and ancient oratory (UNB) as translator of Iseu. He works in the GTOL Group: translation group of Latin works (UFPB), as translator of the work of Bello Gallico de César.

Research Group: Rhetor: Rhetoric and Ancient Oratory Studies Group


Profª. Drª. Maria de Fátima B. de Mesquita Batista [ LATTES ]

PhD in General Linguistics and Semiotics, USP, 1999.

E-mail: alvaro.mbatista@yahoo.com.br

Maria de Fátima Barbosa de Mesquita Batista completed her Ph.D. in Linguistics at the University of São Paulo in 1999. He is currently Associate Professor at the Federal University of Paraíba. She has published 10 articles in specialized periodicals and 47 papers in annals of events. Has 4 chapters of books and 5 books published. Participated in 1 event abroad and 28 in Brazil. He has directed 9 master’s dissertations, in addition to having guided 11 scientific initiation works in the areas of Linguistics and Letters. Received 4 awards and / or honors. Currently coordinates 3 research projects. Works in the area of Linguistics, with emphasis on Semiotics. In his professional activities he interacted with 48 collaborators in co-authorship of scientific works. In his Lattes curriculum the most frequent terms in the contextualization of scientific, technological and artistic-cultural production are: Semiotics, Romanceiro, Sociossemiotica, Popular Literature, Oral Poetry, Oral Literature, Discourse Analysis, Children’s Songbook, Discursivization and Enunciation.

Research Group: Popular Literature and Semiotics


Profª. Drª. Maria do Socorro Silva de Aragão [ LATTES ]

PhD in Linguistics, USP, 1974.

E-mail: acaragao@terra.com.br

Bachelors Degree in Anglo Germanic Literature from the Regional University of the Northeast (1969). Specialization in Linguistics from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1973). Masters Degree in Linguistics from the University of São Paulo (1973). PhD in Linguistics from the University of São Paulo Paulo (1974). Postdoctoral Degree from the University of Paris III (Sorbonne-Nouvelle) (1977). Postdoctoral Degree from Universidad Complutense de Madrid (1978) and Postdoctoral Degree from Central Connecticut State University (1990). She is currently a full professor at the Federal University of Paraíba, a full professor at the Federal University of Ceará and a member of the editorial board of the Brazilian Journal of Linguistics. Has experience in linguistics, with emphasis on Sociolinguistics and Dialectology. Acting mainly in the following subjects: Dialectology, Regional Speeches, Phonology and Phonology.

Research Group: Lusophony Research Studies Group


Profª. Drª. Marta Pragana Dantas [ LATTES ]

PhD in French Literature, Université de La Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris III), 2004.

E:mail: praganamarta@yahoo.fr

Bachelors Degree in Licenciature in Vernacular and French from the Universidade Católica de Pernambuco (1984). Masters Degree in Literature (Literature Theory) from the Federal University of Pernambuco (1994). PhD in French Literature and Civilization from the University of Paris III / Sorbonne-Nouvelle, France (2004). She is currently an associate professor at the Federal University of Paraíba. She has experience in Literature, with emphasis in French Literature, Theory of Literature and Sociology of Literature, working mainly in the following subjects: French literature, sociology of literature, sociology of translation, French language, literary field and literature theory.

Research Group: Aesthetic-Cultural Productions and Society


Prof. Dr. Milton Marques Júnior [ LATTES ]

PhD in Brazilian Literature, UFPB, 1995.

E-mail: marquesjr45@hotmail.com

Bachelors Degree in Letters by UFPB (1981). Masters Degree in Literature by UFPB (1990) and a PhD in Letters also from the Federal University of Paraíba (1995). Associate Professor II, Federal University of Paraíba, with experience in Literature, Brazilian and Portuguese Literature. He is currently integrated with GREC – Group of Classical and Literary Studies -, with production in the area of Greek and Latin Literatures.

Grupo de pesquisa: GREC – Group of Classical and Literary Studies


Prof. Dr Roberto Carlos de Assis [LATTES]

PhD in Applied Linguistics, with emphasis on Translation Studies (2009)

Masters Degree in Applied Linguistics (2004) and PhD in Applied Linguistics, with emphasis in Translation Studies (2009), all by the Federal University of Minas Gerais, with SWE internship at the University of Lisbon (Oct 2007 / Oct 2008), postdoctoral at POSTRAD / UnB. He was the coordinator of the Bachelor’s degree in Translation (2010/2012) and Head of the Departments of Modern Foreign Languages ​​(Apr / 2012 to Apr / 2014) and Intercultural Mediation (Dec 2014 / July 2016). He is currently a Professor in Translation Studies and Postgraduate Program in Literature of UFPB. He participates in research groups at UFCG, UFPB, UFMG and UnB. He is a member of the editorial board of several periodicals. He is President of the Brazilian Association of Researchers in Translation – ABRAPT (2017-2019). He works mainly in the following subjects: English, Translation Studies, Translated Literature, Systemic-Functional Linguistics, Representation of Social Actors.

Research Group: Translation Competence and Translator Training

Research Group: Translation Studies: theory, practice and  Translator training


Profª. Drª. Sandra Luna [ LATTES ]

PhD in Theory and Literary History, UNICAMP, 2002.

E-mail: lunasand@uol.com.br

Bachelors Degree in Letters (English, French and Portuguese) from Federal University of Paraíba. Masters Degree in Literature (Anglo-American Literature, UFPB, 1992) and a PhD in Literary Theory and History from State University of Campinas (UNICAMP, 2002). Associate Professor of the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and the Postgraduate Program in Letters. Her main focuses of academic interest fall on the following aspects: Theory and Literary History, General and Comparative Literature, Drama and Comparative Studies between Literature and Cinema. She currently co-ordinates two research groups: The Circle of Advanced Studies in Drama and the Circle of Advanced Studies in Literature and Cinema. Sandra Luna is still a dancer and teacher of Belly Dancing.

Research Group: Circle of Advanced Studies in Drama


Prof. Dr. Sávio Roberto Fonsêca de Freitas [ LATTES ]

PhD in Letters, UFPB, 2012

E-mail: savioroberto1978@yahoo.com.br

Bachelors Degree in Literature from the Faculty of Philosophy of Recife (2001). Specialization in Brazilian Literature (2003) and a Masters Degree in Literature Theory from the Federal University of Pernambuco (2006). PhD in the Postgraduate Program in Literature of the UFPB, Campus I – CCHLA, João Pessoa, in the area of ​​Literature and Culture, research line Memory and Cultural Production. He worked as a professor at the Faculty of Arts, in Paulo Afonso, Bahia, from August 2002 to December 2009. Associate Professor II at the Graduate Course in Letters of the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco. He has experience in Literature, with emphasis on Literature Theory, African Literature in Portuguese Language, working mainly in the following subjects: mimesis, poetry, fiction, study of cultural representations in Portuguese language literatures. He is interested in research on Portuguese and African literatures, mainly the literary production of female authorship. Leader of the MILBA Research Group (Memory and Imaginary in Brazilian and African Literatures), registered at CNPq and certified by UFRPE.

Research Group: Woman, Literature and Society Research Group


Profª. Drª. Socorro de Fátima Pacífico Barbosa [ LATTES ]

PhD in Brazilian Literature, USP, 1999.

E-mail: socorrofpbarbosa@hotmail.com

Bachelors Degree in Letters from the Federal University of Paraíba (1982). Masters Degree in Literature from the Federal University of Paraíba (1990) and a Ph.D. in Literature from the University of São Paulo (1999). She is currently an associate professor at the Federal University of Paraíba. She completed hers PhD in PUC-RS in 2007. She works in the areas of History of Literature, Psychoanalysis and Children’s Literature.

Research Group: Social and cultural reading and writing practices


Profa. Dra. Vanessa Riambaud [LATTES]

PhD in Letters, UFRGS

E-mail: vanessanrp@hotmail.com

Vanessa Neves Riambau Pinheiro holds a PhD from the Graduate Program in Literature of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Area of ​​Literary Studies, Emphasis on Brazilian, Portuguese and Luso-African Literatures. She has two books published by the UFPB Publishing House in the areas of Portuguese and Luso-African literature and has also organized three books in literature and literary criticism. She was a lecturer at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) for the Reading program, teaching Portuguese and Brazilian Literature classes to Spanish speakers. She has also been an Associate Professor at the State University of Bahia (UNEB) between 2011 and 2012. She is currently coordinating the Group for Study and Research in Literature and Contemporary Society (GELISC), the Poetry Extension Project outside the academy (AEDOS Group) of Paraíba (UFPB), where she works as an Adjunct Professor at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She also integrates the CEsA – Center for Studies on Africa, Asia and Latin America, linked to the University of Lisbon.

Research Group: Literature and Contemporary Society Studies


Profa. Dra. Wiebke Röben de Alencar Xavier [ LATTES ]

PhD in Literature, Universität Osnabrück/Germany

E-mail: wiebke.xavier@gmail.com

She holds a degree in Literature from the Universität of Osnabrück / Germany. She is currently Professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte. She has experience  German, French and Brazilian literature and comparative literature. She works in the following fields: German language, literature and civilization in the teaching of German as foreign language, Brazil-Europe transatlantic relations, transfert culturel, literature stories, enlightenment and literature romanticism.

Research Group: Aesthetic-Cultural Productions and Society


Profª. Drª. Zélia Monteiro Bora [ LATTES ]

PhD in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, Brown University / EUA, 1998.

E:mail: zeliabora@yahoo.com.br

Associate Professor of Brazilian and Comparative Literature at the Federal University of Paraíba. PhD in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies – Brown University (1994-1998); AAUW Foundation Scholar and Visiting Professor at the University of California, Berkey (2006-2007). Develops research on Identity, Narrativity and Memory.

Research Group: Literature, Languages and Ecocritics


COLABORATOR PROFESSORS

Profª. Drª Adinilda de Medeiros Souza [LATTES]

PhD in Comparative Literature, UFRN

Postdoctoral Degrees at the University of Coimbra under the supervision of Professor Dr. Carlos Reis and Professor Cristina da Costa Vieira. PhD in Comparative Literature from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte. Collaborator Professor in the Postgraduate Program in Literature (PPGL) of the Federal University of Paraíba and in the Professional Master’s Program in Literature (PROFLETRAS) of the State University of Paraíba (Campus III). She has experience in Literature, with emphasis on studies on romance, romance, gender studies and literature from the Middle Ages (prose).

E-mail: aldinidamedeiros@gmail.com

Research Group: Literary Studies Lusophone Interdisciplinary Group


Prof. Dr. Sávio Roberto Fonsêca de Freitas [ LATTES ]

PhD in Letters, UFPB, 2012

E-mail: savioroberto1978@yahoo.com.br

Bacherlors Degree in Literature from the Faculty of Philosophy of Recife (2001). Specialization in Brazilian Literature (2003) and  Masters Degree in Literature Theory from the Federal University of Pernambuco (2006). PhD in the Postgraduate Program in Literature of the UFPB, Campus I – CCHLA, João Pessoa, in the area of ​​Literature and Culture, research line Memory and Cultural Production. He worked as an effective professor at the Faculty of Arts, in Paulo Afonso, Bahia, from August 2002 to December 2009. Adjunct Professor 2 at the Graduate Course in Letters of the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco. He has experience in Literature, with emphasis on Literature Theory, African Literature in Portuguese Language, working mainly in the following subjects: mimesis, poetry, fiction, study of cultural representations in Portuguese language literatures. We are interested in research on Portuguese-language African literatures, mainly the literary production of female authorship. Leader of the MILBA Research Group (Memory and Imaginary in Brazilian and African Literatures), registered at CNPq and certified by UFRPE. (Text informed by the author)

Grupo de pesquisa: MILBA


Profa. Dra. Wiebke Röben de Alencar Xavier [ LATTES ]

PhD in Literature, Universität Osnabrück/Germany

E-mail: wiebke.xavier@gmail.com

She holds a degree in Literature from the Universität of Osnabrück / Germany. She is currently Professor at the Federal University of Paraíba, Department of Modern Foreign Languages. Has experience in German and French foreign language, German, French and Brazilian literature and comparative literature. She works in the following fields: German language, literature and civilization in the teaching of German foreign language, Brazil-Europe transatlantic relations, transfert culturel, literature stories, enlightenment and literature. romanticism.

Research Group: Aesthetic-Cultural Productions and Society