Jaqueline Pierazzo completed her undergraduate studies at University of Campinas (Brazil) in 2011. She has an MA in Anglo-American Studies with a dissertation entitled Between Terror and Sublime: The Female Characters in “Berenice”, “Morella” and “Ligeia”. She is currently attending a PhD program at University of Porto. She is also a researcher at CETAPS (Centre for English, Translation, and Anglo-Portuguese Studies) at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto. Her main interests are Edgar Allan Poe’s work, especially his female characters, Gothic and Terror Literature and Digital Humanities. Her PhD thesis main focus is the creation of a (digital) cartography of Edgar Allan Poe’s terror.
Pierazzo, Jaqueline (2016), “Da Inquisição Espanhola à Metrópole (Pós)moderna: O Fantástico da Opressão em Edgar Allan Poe e Murilo Rubião”. Literartes, v. 6, pp. 142-164.
_ _ (2010), “O Clube dos Artistas Modernos por Flávio de Carvalho”. Língua, Literatura e Ensino, v. 5, pp. 169-172.