Eva Darias-Beautell

Visiting Scholar and Professor of the Anglophones Literatures and Cultures of Canada (Universidad de La Laguna, Spain)
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Eva Darias-Beautell is a Professor of Canadian literatures at the University of La Laguna. She has been a visiting scholar at many Canadian universities, including Toronto, Ottawa and British Columbia, and has published widely on contemporary Canadian literatures in English. Her books include Shifting Sands: Literary Theory and Contemporary Canadian Fiction (Mellen, 2000), and Graphies and Grafts: (Con)Texts and (Inter)Texts in the Fictions of Four Canadian Women Writers (Peter Lang, 2001) as well as the edited collections Unruly Penelopes and the Ghosts: Narratives of English Canada (Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2012) and The Urban Condition: Literary Trajectories Through Canada’s Postmetropolis (Vernon Press, 2018). Darias-Beautell has directed six fully-funded international research projects on Canadian literatures and cultures in English. Her latest research is within the project The Premise of Happiness: The Function of Feelings in North American Narratives (PID2020-113190GB-C21), for which she is working on a new book about the notions of happiness and unhappiness in Vancouver literature. Darias-Beautell leads the funded networkTransCanadian Networks: Excellence and Transversality from Spain about Canada towards Europe  (RED2018-102643-T). For more information, please visit https://ull.academia.edu/EvaDariasBeautell


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Eva Darias-Beautell

Visiting Scholar and Professor of the Anglophones Literatures and Cultures of Canada (Universidad de La Laguna, Spain)
Period/Nation Research Area

About

Eva Darias-Beautell is a Professor of Canadian literatures at the University of La Laguna. She has been a visiting scholar at many Canadian universities, including Toronto, Ottawa and British Columbia, and has published widely on contemporary Canadian literatures in English. Her books include Shifting Sands: Literary Theory and Contemporary Canadian Fiction (Mellen, 2000), and Graphies and Grafts: (Con)Texts and (Inter)Texts in the Fictions of Four Canadian Women Writers (Peter Lang, 2001) as well as the edited collections Unruly Penelopes and the Ghosts: Narratives of English Canada (Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2012) and The Urban Condition: Literary Trajectories Through Canada’s Postmetropolis (Vernon Press, 2018). Darias-Beautell has directed six fully-funded international research projects on Canadian literatures and cultures in English. Her latest research is within the project The Premise of Happiness: The Function of Feelings in North American Narratives (PID2020-113190GB-C21), for which she is working on a new book about the notions of happiness and unhappiness in Vancouver literature. Darias-Beautell leads the funded networkTransCanadian Networks: Excellence and Transversality from Spain about Canada towards Europe  (RED2018-102643-T). For more information, please visit https://ull.academia.edu/EvaDariasBeautell


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Eva Darias-Beautell

Visiting Scholar and Professor of the Anglophones Literatures and Cultures of Canada (Universidad de La Laguna, Spain)
Period/Nation Research Area
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Eva Darias-Beautell is a Professor of Canadian literatures at the University of La Laguna. She has been a visiting scholar at many Canadian universities, including Toronto, Ottawa and British Columbia, and has published widely on contemporary Canadian literatures in English. Her books include Shifting Sands: Literary Theory and Contemporary Canadian Fiction (Mellen, 2000), and Graphies and Grafts: (Con)Texts and (Inter)Texts in the Fictions of Four Canadian Women Writers (Peter Lang, 2001) as well as the edited collections Unruly Penelopes and the Ghosts: Narratives of English Canada (Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2012) and The Urban Condition: Literary Trajectories Through Canada’s Postmetropolis (Vernon Press, 2018). Darias-Beautell has directed six fully-funded international research projects on Canadian literatures and cultures in English. Her latest research is within the project The Premise of Happiness: The Function of Feelings in North American Narratives (PID2020-113190GB-C21), for which she is working on a new book about the notions of happiness and unhappiness in Vancouver literature. Darias-Beautell leads the funded networkTransCanadian Networks: Excellence and Transversality from Spain about Canada towards Europe  (RED2018-102643-T). For more information, please visit https://ull.academia.edu/EvaDariasBeautell

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