Ana Caroline Barreto Neves
Master in Letters from UFMG. Specialist in Letters: Portuguese and Literature and Graduated in Letters. She was the Editorial Production coordinator at the Bernoulli Teaching System. She worked as a partner at Retalho - Agency for Communication and Cultural Production, a company in the areas of production and communication for cultural and artistic initiatives. She was manager, producer and cultural programmer at IDEA Casa de Cultura, in Belo Horizonte, also working in the press office area; management of educational and cultural projects; corporative education; digital marketing; copywriting and webmaster. Wide performance as an editorial producer. She was pedagogical coordinator, scientific advisor of graduate courses and editorial producer at Fundação Unimed.
PhD in Portuguese Studies from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Master in Literary Theory from UFMG, has a Specialization Course in Brazilian Literature (PREPES) from PUC Minas Gerais and a degree in Letters from UNIPAC de Barbacena. She is a professor of Brazilian Literature and Portuguese Language. She is a member of the Women in Letters Research Group/UFMG and of CLEPUL, Center for Lusophone and European Literatures and Cultures of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Lisbon. Author of the essay Fazes-me Falta, by Inês Pedrosa: a contemporary allegory of “Saudade” (2012). She has several studies published in academic journals and websites in Brazil and Portugal, including articles related to female literature. She is a member of the Academia Barbacenense de Letras, occupying chair #1, whose Patron is Father-Master José Joaquim Correia de Almeida.
Constance Lima Duarte
Graduated in Letters from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1973), Master in Letters from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (1980), and Ph.D. in Brazilian Literature from the University of São Paulo (1991). She is currently an associate professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais. She has experience in the Literature Area, with an emphasis on Brazilian Literature, working mainly on the following subjects: female literature, feminist literary criticism and Literature from Minas Gerais. Among the books published, "Feminine and feminist press in Brazil, 19th sec. Dictionary Illustrated (2016).
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Iara Christina Silva Barroca
Post-doctorate from the University of Paris X Ouest La Défense Nanterre, PhD from PUC Minas and Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Viçosa, Campus Florestal. She is a member of the Women in Letters Research Group, at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), and also a member of the Classical Literature research group, at the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais - PUC MINAS.
Doctorate in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature; Master's Degree in Brazilian Literature; Graduated in Arts, Degree in Portuguese and Spanish, all from the Faculty of Arts at UFMG. Researcher at the Women in Letters Group; of the ATLAS Study Group - Transdisciplinary Analyzes between Literature, Arts and Society (CEFET-MG), of the Brazilian Writers group in the Luso-Brazilian Almanaque de Memories, partnership of the Faculty of Arts of UFMG / CLEPUL - University of Lisbon - Portugal and the Group research The archive of Laís Corrêa de Araújo: study of his intellectual legacy (FALE-UFMG).
Kelen Benfenatti Paiva
PhD in Letters/Literary Studies from UFMG (2012), Master of Brazilian Literature (2006) and graduated in Letters/Portuguese (2003)/Spanish (2004) by the same institution. He is currently developing research on literary archives, writers' epistolography, Henriqueta Lisboa and female literature.
She holds a PhD in Literary Studies from Fale/UFMG and a Masters in Literary Studies from the same institution (2011). Graduated in Letters from the Institute of Higher Education and Research - INESP, and specialization in Portuguese from the Faculty of Philosophy, Science and Sponsorship Letters. She works in private schools, and is retired from the Minas Gerais State Education Network. She participates in the Women in Letters Research Groups – Letras de Minas, coordinated by Profa. Dr. Constância Lima Duarte, and from Núcleo Walter Benjamin, coordinated by Prof. Georg Otte, both at Fale/UFMG; of the research group of the Faculdad de Filología, of the Universidad de Sevilla, coordinated by Profa. Dr. Mercedes Arriaga Flórez; COST – Association – European Cooperation in Science and Thechnology; for research with the CLEPUL Group, at the University of Lisbon, on the Almanaque de Memories Luso-Brasileiro (1851-1932).
Doctor in Law from PUC Minas; Master in Social and Political Philosophy from UFMG. Professor of the Law Course at PUC Minas, Leader of the Law and Literature Research Group: A look at human and social issues from the perspective of Literature (PUC/CNPq). Researcher at the Women in Letters Group (FALE-UFMG/CNPq). Author of three poem books: Learning in the Mirror (2000); Inheritance (2016) and Address (2017).
Maria do Socorro Vieira Coelho
Professor of Linguistics and Portuguese Language at the State University of Montes Claros. Master in Linguistics from the Federal University of Minas Gerais and PhD in Portuguese Language and Linguistics from the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais. Prof. Dr. Maria Antonieta Amarante de Mendonça Cohen. Her main and current lines of research have been: Linguistics and Portuguese Language (sociolinguistics, languages in contact, ethnolinguistics), female literature from Minas Gerais and oral literature from quilombola communities in northern Minas Gerais. Develops the Portuguese Language Project in Quilombola Communities in Northern Minas Gerais.
He has a specialization in Brazilian Literature from PUC-MG, a master's degree in Literary Studies from the Federal University of Minas Gerais and a Ph.D. in Literary Studies from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. She is currently a professor at the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of the Southeast of Minas Gerais. He has experience in the field of Letters, with an emphasis on Brazilian Literature, working mainly on the following subjects: memorialism, autobiography and travel literature.