Estíbaliz Encarnación Pinedo

Estíbaliz Encarnación-Pinedo holds a PhD from the University of Murcia (Spain) and is currently a lecturer and researcher in the Department of Modern Languages at UCAM University. In 2013 she received a Research Fellowship funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Her research focuses on gender and feminism in postwar and avant-garde American poetry. She has participated in several international conferences on Beat poetry and literature and her latest publications include “Reconfiguring the Epic Space in Anne Waldman’s The Iovis Trilogy” published in Contemporary Writing and the Politics of Space (Peter Lang, 2017) “Utopia in Progress in di Prima’s Revolutionary Letters” (CLCWeb: Comparative Studies and Culture, 2016),  “Memoir as the Reconstruction of History in Women of the Beat Generation” published in Out of the Shadows: Beat Women Are not Beaten Women (Portal Books, 2015). Other publications include “Beat Affinities in Spanish Poetry” (The Routledge Handbook of International Beat Literature, 2018) and “Femmes: la Beat Generation (re)revisitée (Beat Generation, l’inservitude volontaire, 2018).

 

Estíbaliz Encarnación-Pinedo est titulaire d’un doctorat de l’Université de Murcia (Espagne) et est actuellement conférencière et chercheure au département de langues modernes de l’Université UCAM. En 2013, elle a reçu une bourse de recherche financée par le ministère espagnol de l’Economie et de la Compétitivité et est membre du groupe de recherche « Periferias de lo Queer III ». Ses recherches portent sur le genre et le féminisme dans la poésie américaine d’après-guerre et d’avant-garde. Elle a participé à plusieurs conférences internationales sur la littérature et la poésie beat. Ses dernières publications incluent « Reconfigurer l’espace épique dans The Iovis Trilogy d’Anne Waldman » (“Reconfiguring the Epic Space in Anne Waldman’s The Iovis Trilogy”), publié dans Contemporary Writing and the Politics of Space (Peter Lang, 2017) ; “Utopia in Progress in di Prima’s Revolutionary Letters” (CLCWeb: Comparative Studies and Culture, 2016), “Memoir as the Reconstruction of History in Women of the Beat Generation”, publié dans Out of the Shadows: Beat Women Are not Beaten Women (Portal Books, 2015). Parmi les autres publications, on peut citer «Beat Affinities in Spanish Poetry» (The Routledge Handbook of International Beat Literature, 2018) et “Femmes: la Beat Generation (re)revisitée” (Beat Generation, l’inservitude volontaire, 2018).

 

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