Affiliation – CETAPS – FLUP / Escola Superior de Educação – Instituto Politécnico do Porto
Seniority – Junior
Miguel Ramalhete Gomes is currently an FCT post-doctoral research fellow working on the theme of Shakespeare and presentism (SFRH/BPD/75848/2011). He teaches at Escola Superior de Educação do Instituto Politécnico do Porto (ESE-IPP). He has presented papers at several international conferences on the topics of early modern drama, especially Shakespeare, 20th-century German drama, Irish studies, and Utopian studies. He has recently published Texts Waiting for History: William Shakespeare Re-Imagined by Heiner Müller (Brill | Rodopi, 2014).
He is a researcher at CETAPS, where he is involved in the following projects: Mapping Dreams: British and North-American Utopianism; Relational Forms: Intertextual and Inter-Arts Dynamics in the Cultures of Ireland and Britain; and Shakespeare and the English Canon: a research and translation project. For this last project he is at present translating Henry VI, Part 3 into Portuguese. In the context of his work at CETAPS, he has in addition been part of the organizing committee of six international conferences held at FLUP from 2010 to 2015.
He is also executive director of Via panorâmica: revista electrónica de estudos anglo-americanos | an electronic journal of Anglo-American studies (http://ler.letras.up.pt/site/default.aspx?qry=id05id1188&sum=sim), as well as associate co-editor, with Francesca Rayner (Universidade do Minho), of the Portuguese section of the platform Reviewing Shakespeare (http://bloggingshakespeare.com/reviewing-shakespeare/), powered by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the University of Warwick.
Gomes, Miguel Ramalhete (2014), Texts Waiting for History: William Shakespeare Re-Imagined by Heiner Müller, IFAVL (Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft), Amsterdam, New York, Rodopi.
_ _ (2014), “Intended for the Stage: Performance Criticism in Richard Brome’s The Antipodes”, Yearbook of the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies, nr. 24, pp. 157-169.
_ _ (2013), “‘Nothing ever ends’: Ending Dystopian History in Watchmen”, in Fátima Vieira (ed.), Dystopia(n) Matters: On the Page, on Screen, on Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 270-279.
_ _ (2013), “Freezing the Tempest: Natural History in Shakespeare and Heiner Müller”, in Tobias Döring & Virginia Mason Vaughan (eds), REAL – Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature, Vol. 29. Critical and Cultural Transformations: Shakespeare’s The Tempest – 1611 to the Present, Tübingen, Narr, pp. 115-130.
_ _ (2013), “‘IN THE FEARFUL ARMOUR’: Shakespeare, Heiner Müller and the Wall”, in Carla Dente & Sara Soncini (eds), Shakespeare and Conflict: A European Perspective, Hampshire, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 145-156.
_ _ (2012), Co-edition of and introduction to the section The Centre of the Canon and its Elsewheres: Shakespeare’s Wanderings, in Rui Carvalho Homem (ed.), Relational Designs in Literature and the Arts. Page and Stage, Canvas and Screen, IFAVL (Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft), Amsterdam, New York, Rodopi.
_ _ (2012), “‘THE ARTWORK ON EXHIBIT RUNS ABOUT’: Brigitte Maria Mayer’s Filmic Adaptation of Heiner Müller’s Anatomie Titus Fall of Rome”, in Rui Carvalho Homem (ed.), Relational Designs in Literature and the Arts. Page and Stage, Canvas and Screen, IFAVL (Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft), Amsterdam, New York, Rodopi, pp. 71-83.
_ _ (2011), “Uma História Natural da Utopia: O Caso das Cidades Obscuras”, E-topia: Revista Electrónica de Estudos sobre a Utopia, nr. 12, (http://ler.letras.up.pt/site/default.aspx?qry=id05id164&sum=sim).
_ _ (2009), “Ophelia at the Opera: Mediation in Ambroise Thomas’ Hamlet (1868)”, in Folio (Journal of the Shakespeare Society of the Low Countries), vol. 16, nr. 1 (2009), pp. 5-17.
_ _ (2007), “The City and the Plan: Schuiten and Peeters’s Graphic Meta-utopias”, Spaces of Utopia: An Electronic Journal, nr. 4, pp. 88-105, (http://ler.letras.up.pt/uploads/ficheiros/3902.pdf).