Martina Bortignon

Martina Bortignon, PhD

Doctor in Literature, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, Italy and Pontificia Universidad de Chile 2013

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Research Interests

Her research areas converge around poetry and Hispanic American and world comparative poetic prose from an interdisciplinary perspective (phenomenology, sensation and voice theory, embodied cognition and neurosciences applied to reading and literary creation, intermediality, plural onto-epistemologies, among other approaches). She currently explores the connection of subjectivities and cultures with territories and places, privileging contemporary indigenous, regional and local writings, but also rereading canonical authors such as Gabriela Mistral.

Key Words

Poetry, Comparative Literature, Phenomenology, Theory of Sensations, Place, Indigenous Peoples, Mistral, Onto-Epistemologies.


Degree in Modern and Contemporary Wstern Languages and Literatures, Universitá CA' Foscari Venezia 2005

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia

Award Date: 22 Apr 2013

Master, Università di Bologna

Award Date: 27 Mar 2009


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