Filipa Calado is a doctoral candidate in the English program, and a Student Advisor for the MA Program in Digital Humanities at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Her research experiments with digital tools for literary studies and she teaches others how to use computational methods in their teaching and research.
Areas of Specialization
Queer and Latinx Literature; Digital Humanities; Memoir and Autobiography; Critical Pedagogy
City University of New York, the Graduate Center, 2016-present: Ph.D. candidate in English literature, with focus in Queer studies and the Digital Humanities.
The University of Maryland, 2014-2016: M.A. in English language and literature, with focus on Modernist literature and the digital humanities.
The Catholic University of America, 2007-2011: B.A. in English language and literature with minor in Art History.
Adjunct Instructor, "English 101: Academic Writing," The University of Maryland, College Park. 2015-2016.
"Encoding Queer Erasure in Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray," in Binary Modernisms: Re/Appropriations of Modernist Art in the Digital Age, special issue of Open Library of Humanities Journal. Forthcoming.