Ana Cristina Mendes

Assistant Professor
English Studies
School of Arts and Humanities, Universidade de Lisboa

Fields of interest

Victorian afterlives (the global/postcolonial dimensions of Victorianism and neo-Victorianism), visual culture and critical theory (the theorization of aesthetics by the Frankfurt School), and Indian cinema and literature in English

Recent publications

Salman Rushdie in the Cultural Marketplace (Ashgate 2013), volume (co-ed. J. Sundholm) Transnational Cinema at the Borders (Routledge 2017), special issues (co-ed. J. Sundholm) “Walls and Fortresses: Borderscapes and the Cinematic Imaginary” (2015) of Transnational Cinemas and (co-ed. C. Wesley) “New Directions in Rushdie Studies” (2017) of The Journal of Commonwealth Literature.