Joana Caetano

Joana Caetano completed her Master’s Degree in Anglo-American Studies, at Faculty of Arts University of Porto (FLUP), in 2011, with a dissertation on Eschatology and Utopian Thinking during the Cromwellian Period. As a current member of the Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies, she has been doing research in the fields of British Literature and Culture, with special focus on Utopian Studies and on Food Studies, a taste recently acquired.

Presently, Joana Caetano holds a full-time job at FLUP as a project manager, dedicating most of her time to the supervision of translation projects and linguistic services.

Joana Caetano has published a few articles in the fields of her interest, for instance:

Caetano, Joana. “Oliver Cromwell: O Braço de Deus, O Punho do Exército.” E-Topia: Revista Electrónica de Estudos sobre a Utopia 14 (2013). 

Caetano, Joana. “Spaces of Significance: Place and Space in Sarah Waters’s Neo-Victorian Novels.” Op. Cit: A Journal of Anglo-American Studies 2.2 (2013).

Caetano, Joana. “‘Vê, voador, como correu pela posta o teu castigo’: Castigo e o Milenarismo Português de Seiscentos na Escrita de Padre António Vieira.” 2013.

Caetano, Joana. “God’s Trials and God’s Mercies: Providence and Catastrophe in Seventeenth-Century England.” (accepted)

Caetano, Joana. “La Fin est proche: Visões Apocalípticas em Les Derniers Jours du Monde.”  E-topia: Revista Electrónica de Estudos sobre a Utopia 12 (2012).

Caetano, Joana. “O Olho de Bensalem: Poder em New Atlantis.” E-topia: Revista Electrónica de Estudos sobre a Utopia 12 (2011).

She has also presented several papers on national and international conferences and co-edited a number of Spaces of Utopia: An Electronic Journal (2.2 2013), alongside Professor Jorge Bastos da Silva.