Patrícia Lino is Assistant Professor of Luso-Brazilian literatures and cinema and the author of O Kit de Sobrevivência do Descobridor Português no Mundo Anticolonial (2020), No es esto un libro (2020), and Manoel de Barros e A Poesia Cínica (2019). She recently directed DAEDALUS 22/1 (2021), Anticorpo. A Parody of the Laughable Empire (US 2019; Brazil 2020) and Vibrant Hands (2019). She is also the author of the mixed poetry book-album I Who Cannot Sing (2020). Lino presented, published, and exhibited essays and poems in more than seven countries. Her current research focuses on Brazilian and Portuguese contemporary poetry, intermediality, visual and audiovisual culture, Brazilian and Portuguese film, and literary parody. She works as a researcher at the UCLA Latin American Institute and as a collaborator at Instituto de Literatura Comparada Margarida Losa. http://patricialino.com.
- Ph.D. (2018) Hispanic Languages and Literatures, University of California, Santa Barbara.
- M.A.(2013) Literary, Cultural, and Inter-artistic Studies, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto.
- B.A. (2011) Classics, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto.
Luso-Brazilian Literatures, Cultures, and Film
Contemporary and Intermedial Poetry
Visual Arts and Audiovisual Culture
- Manoel de Barros e a poesia cínica
- O Círculo dos Três Movimentos com vista ao Homem-Árvore
- Brazil, 2019
- Leitura concêntrica de "Código" (1973) de Augusto de Campos
- Brazil, 2018
- No es esto un libro/ Não é isto um livro
- Colombia, 2020
- I Who Cannot Sing
- Brazil, 2020
- O Kit de Sobrevivência do Descobridor Português no Mundo Anticolonial
- Brazilian Edition, 2020
Updated CV can be found here: http://patricialino.com
PORT 290: LANGUAGE, EXPERIMENTALISM, AND INTERDISCIPLINARITY
IN BRAZILIAN LITERATURE OF THE 20th AND 21th CENTURIES
Language, Experimentalism, and Interdisciplinarity proposes the comparative, theoretical, and visual approach of several Brazilian authors who produced literary, experimental, and interdisciplinary works between the 1920s and the 2000s. Among some of these authors were Oswald de Andrade, Clarice Lispector, brothers Campos, Arnaldo Antunes, Lenora de Barros, or Paulo Bruscky. The aforementioned interdisciplinar works produced between these decades question the effectiveness of current academic instruments and, at the same time, require the re-elaboration or amplification of the hermeneutic instruments of literary criticism.
PORT 290: THE OBSESSIONS OF MODERN LUSO-BRAZILIAN POETS
The Obsessions of Modern Luso-Brazilian Poets focuses, from a postcolonial perspective, on some of the obsessions nurtured by Brazilian and Portuguese poets of the 20th and 21st centuries — and on the variation of these differences between each respective country. Some of these obsessions focus on the question of uselessness (or, rather, of drawing pleasure from being useless), identity, the problems posed by the interdisciplinary or monodisciplinary poem, the expansion of Greco-Latin culture in the modern world, the political or aesthetic resistance, or humor. While these problems are not particular to the Portuguese-Brazilian world, they remain fundamental to understanding the most recent interests driving the central themes and problems of their poetic universes.