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Dr Jane Lavery BA, PhD

Lecturer

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Dr Jane Lavery is a Lecturer in Modern Languages and Linguistics at the University of Southampton.

Qualifications

Work Experience:

External Examiner, Peer-Reviewing and Academic Invitations

Research interests

I am currently writing a book on the Mexican multimedia writer and artist Ana Clavel. The monograph will be published in 2014 with Legenda, Oxford, Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures 6. I received a British Academy Small Grants of £2070 to conduct research in Mexico City in April 2008 on the multimedia works of Ana Clavel and served as basis of this monograph.

Publicity of monograph: http://www.legendabooks.com/titles/isbn/9781907975653.html and http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/cultura/71506.html  

Multimedia women: I am formulating a new research project on the works of women writers and artists from the Spanish speaking world whose works straddle multiple disciplines (literature, art performance, photography, video, art installation, cyberspace). The research I conducted in Mexico City as part of the BA award will also form the basis of this project. This is a collaborative research project with Dr Sarah Bowskill (University of Swansea) and the intended research outputs include a co-written book and co-edited book, articles and conferences.

I have research expertise in the following areas and would therefore like to hear from applicants interested in:

  • Latin(o) American Women writers and artists 
  • Latin(o) American Cultural Studies, Visual Arts, Multimedia Studies and Digital Humanities; Feminist (intersectional) theory; Queer Studies
  • Mexican (Revolutionary) writing, popular culture, cultural identity, ideology and gender; The Boom Mexicano Femenino.

Affiliate research groups

The Institute for Language and Culture, MeXsu

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Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Iberian and Spanish American Cultural Studies and an array of cultural production from literature, film and documentary to photography. Other areas include Transnational, Latino, Queer and Transgender Studies.

Postgraduate supervision

I would like to hear from applicants interested in:

  • Hispanic Women writers and specifically the (Mexican) Boom Femenino writers
  • Hispanic multimedia writers and artists (i.e writers and artists whose works straddle multiple disciplines (literature, art performance, photography, video, art installation, cyberspace).
  • Postmodernist, New Historical, Cultural Studies, Queer and Feminist theory in Hispanic cultural production

Recent completed and in progress postgraduate supervision

  • PhD co-supervision on Jewish-German Film director (with Professor Tim Bergfelder from Film Studies - University of Southampton) 2006-2011.
  • MPhil dissertation on Colombian Narrative (with Dr Mark Dinneen)
  • MA dissertation on Latin American female art performers and the representations of the female body
  • Supervised 10 MA students and 1 MPhil in the area of Latin American literature, painting and film produced by women between 2003-2005
  • Phd co-supervision with Mark Dinneen on The literary works of Colombian Fernando Vallejo (2011-2014) 
Dr Jane Lavery
Building 65 Faculty of Arts and Humanities University of Southampton Avenue Campus Highfield Southampton SO17 1BF United Kingdom

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