Teresa Martínez Quiles is a fully funded PhD researcher at the University of Alicante (Spain). She was awarded a doctoral grant (FPU) by the regional government of Valencia, and prior to that she obtained a BA in English Studies, a MA in Translation Studies and a MA in Language Teaching. She has also worked as an adjunct lecturer at the Catholic University of Murcia (UCAM) and has delivered papers in both national and international conferences. Her main research interests are feminism, friendship and ethics, and she is currently working on the contemporary novel written by diasporic female authors.
2020. “The Lights and Shadows of Sisterhood: Revisiting Fay Weldon’s Female Friends (1974) in the Fourth Wave.” Odisea, no. 21: 57-70. DOI: 10.25115/odisea.v0i20.3782
2020. “Female Duality in Victorian Fiction: Challenging the Feminine Ideal of the 19th Century.” Las mujeres visibles: letras y humanidades. Ed. Isabel Balteiro. Alicante: Universidad. 105-121. ISBN 978-84-1302-086-0
-Co-convenor of ASYRAS 7th Conference (held online in June 2021 in Málaga).
Co-covenor of ASYRAS 8th Conference (held at the University of Málaga in July 2022)
-3-month doctoral research stay at the University of St Andrews (Autumn 2021).
-4-month doctoral research stay at the University of California, Berkeley (Autumn 2022)