foto Ana Maria Brigido Corachan
PDI Titular d'Universitat
Department: English and German
Departamento de Filología Inglesa y Alemana Universitat de València Avda/ Blasco Ibáñez 32 46010 Valencia Despacho #47 (sexto piso)
(9638) 64137

ANNA M. BRÍGIDO-CORACHÁN completed her doctoral studies in Comparative Literature at New York University and was also granted a PhD in English Rhetoric and Linguistics at the University of Valencia in 2008. She is currently Associate Professor /Senior Lecturer at the Department of English and German Philology and teaches several modules on literature and film at the Degree of English Studies, at the Master of Advanced English Studies, and at the Master de Investigación en Lenguas y Literaturas of the UVEG. Prof. Brígido-Corachán has participated in several research projects financed by the Ministry of Education and the Generalitat Valenciana (on Culture, Development, Social Movements, and their influence and representation in literary discourse). Since 2019 she has been coordinating the research project "North American (trans)Ethnic Literatures in a Global Context: Representations, Transformations, and Resistances" and is also the coordinator of a Teaching Innovation group (NAPCED) that explores the implementation of Critical Pedagogy and Education for Development in literature modules at the University of Valencia.

Her academic interests include contemporary U.S. literature, minority literatures and cultures in the Anglophone world, audiovisual languages, and educational ICTs, with a special research focus on contemporary Indigenous literature and history of the Americas, Indigenous traditional knowledge systems, ecocriticism, and the intersections between literature and film. She is a member of the international research network Small/Minor Literatures and some of her most recent publications include:

"Los mundos subalternos de la literatura mundial: hacia una comparación de las literaturas indígenas en Abya Yala//las Américas". In World Literature, Cosmopolitanism, Globality. Beyond, Against, Post, Otherwise. De Gruyter (2019). Co-authored with César Domínguez.

"Native Waterscapes in the Northern Borderlands: Restoring Traditional Environmental Knowledge in Linda Hogan's Solar Storms." Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos (2018).

"Material Nature, Visual Sovereignty, and Water Rights: Unpacking the Standing Rock Movement." Studies in the Literary Imagination. Special Issue: 21st- Century American Crises: Reflections, Representations, Transformations. Part 1. (2017).

"Digital Storytelling and its Expansion across Educational Contexts". Appraising Digital Storytelling Across Educational Contexts. Publicacions de la Universitat de València (2014). Co-authored with Carmen Gregori-Signes.

"Native Journeys of Self-Figuration: N. Scott Momaday's The Way to Rainy Mountain and Gloria Anzaldúa's Borderlands/La Frontera". In Selves in Dialogue. A Transethnic Approach to American Life Writing (2011). Ed. Rodopi/Brill.

Subjects taught and teaching methods
35319 - History and culture of English-speaking countriesTeoría
35352 - Monographic course in English literatureTeoría
35354 - Degree Final Project in English StudiesTrabajo fin de estudios
44236 - Master's final projectTrabajo fin de estudios
44244 - North-American fiction of resistance: History, memory and traumaTeoría
44245 - Film and literature in anglophone culturesTeoría
44410 - Research in literature: Synchronic perspectivesTeoría
44416 - Master's final projectTrabajo fin de estudios
First semester
Monday de 12:00 a 14:00. DESPATX 047
First semester
Thursday de 12:00 a 13:00. DESPATX 047
Second semester
Thursday de 11:30 a 14:30. DESPATX 047
Participa en el programa de tutories electròniques de la Universitat de València.
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