Paul Dixon, from the USA, and Aurora Alcaide Ramírez, from Spain, are part of the Cultural Expressions and Processes Graduate Program
The Graduate Program in Cultural Expressions and Processes at Feevale University has the participation of two international professors in its faculty. They have been part of the group since the second semester of 2020. The professors are:
Paul Dixon: is a researcher and professor at Purdue University in the United States. A scholar of Brazilian and Hispanic-American authors, he works in the areas of literature, literary theory, culture, cinema and comparative literature. At Feevale, the researcher will focus his theoretical-critical production on analyzes of Machado's literature, working with research projects coordinated by Professor Juracy Assmann Saraiva, also co-orienting students in master's and doctoral courses. More information.
Aurora Alcaide Ramírez: is a researcher and professor at the University of Murcia, Spain. She works in the areas of Visual Arts, theory and art criticism, artistic creation, art memory and cultural identity, in addition to addressing the theme of migratory aesthetics. The researcher, in addition to participating as a professor in the discipline of Aesthetics, Ethics and Cultural Processes, is a co-supervisor of students in the Program and works with Professor Laura Ribero Rueda in research projects. More information.
According to the Program's coordinator, Professor Daniel Conte, this is an action that aims to promote research in partnership with foreign universities, expand collaboration with researchers from other countries, encourage incorporation into international networks, enable joint academic production and consolidate collaborations that revert in favor of the internationalization of the Graduate Program. Students of the Graduate Program in Cultural Expressions and Processes at Feevale may request that one of the new professors be their co-supervisor in dissertations and theses.
More information about the Graduate Program in Cultural Expressions and Processes is available at www.feevale.br/pgprocessos.