Libe García Zarranz
Bakgrunn og aktiviteter
I am currently Associate Professor in Literature in English in the Department of Teacher Education (ILU), working at the intersection of contemporary Canadian literature, feminist and queer philosophy, trans lterature and visual art, affect theory, and transnational studies. I am also Research Affiliate for the Canadian Literature Centre (CLC) at the University of Alberta (Canada) and Scholar in The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation. I am Deputy Editor of Canada and Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literary and Cultural Studies and I serve on the Editorial Board of The Raymond Carver Review.
My current project, Sustainable Trans/national Literacies: Ethics, Affect, Pedagogy (2018-2019), has been funded by the Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences (NTNU). I am also a member of the international research project, Bodies in Transit 2: Difference and Indifference (2018-20), and the Decolonial Research Group, based at NTNU.
I hold a PhD in English and Film Studies from the University of Alberta (Canada) and an MA in Textual and Cultural Studies from the University of Zaragoza (Spain). My doctoral work was awarded the Governor General's Gold Medal in 2013. I have worked as Lecturer in English at the University of Innsbruck, Austria (2013-14) and as Postdoctoral Fellow in Globalization and Cultural Studies at the University of Manitoba, Canada (2015). Prior to joining NTNU in 2017, I taught critical theory and gender studies at Magdalene College, University of Cambridge (UK).
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
TransCanadian Feminist Fictions: New Cross-Border Ethics. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2017. Reviewed in Ariel: A Review of International English Literature (2019), LSE Review of Books (2018), Canadian Literature (2018), and Contemporary Women’s Writing (2018).
Co-Edited Special Issues:
“Alliances/Transgressions/Betrayals: Women’s Writing in Canada & Québec Today.” Special issue of Canada and Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literary and Cultural Studies 3.1-2 (Dec. 2013). (With Marie Carrière).
“Carver and Feminism.” Special issue of The Raymond Carver Review 2 (Spring 2009). (With Claire Fabre-Clark).
“Joyful Insurrection as Feminist Methodology; or The Joys of Being a Feminist Killjoy.” 452°F. Journal of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature 14 (2016): 16-25. Special issue “Thinking about Affect in Culture and Art.” Ed. by Katarzyna Paszkiewicz.
Refereed Articles & Book Chapters:
“Feeling Sideways: Shani Mootoo and Kai Cheng Thom’s Sustainable Affects.” University of Toronto Quarterly (Forthcoming 2019). 27pp. Accepted on 17 December, 2018.
"Where is the TransGender in the TransCanadian? Kai Cheng Thom and Vivek Shraya's Response-able Fictions." Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 78 (2019): 141-53. Special issue "Canadian Fictions of Globality." Ed. by Pedro Miguel Carmona-Rodríguez.
“Borderless (Alien)ations: Disposable Bodies and Biopolitical Effacement in Min Sook Lee’s Docu-Poem.” Narratives of Difference in Globalized Cultures: Reading Transnational Cultural Commodities. Eds. Belén Martín-Lucas and Andrea Ruthven. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 117-132.
“Posthuman Matters in Hiromi Goto’s Hopeful Fictions.” Lire le corps biomedical/ The Biomedical Body. Eds. Daniel Laforest et al. Limoges: Presses de l’Université de Limoges, 2016. 31-44.
“A Threatening Fetish: The Female Body through Carver’s Hitchcockian Eye.” Not Far From Here: The Paris Symposium on Raymond Carver. Eds. Robert Miltner and Vickie Fachard. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. 69-80.
“Intertextuality, Parody and Jouissance in Emma Donoghue’s Dissenting Fairy Tales.” Voicing Dissent: New Perspectives in Irish Criticism. Eds. Noreen Doody and Sandrine Brisset. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2012. 190-201.
“Classical Fairy Tales in Modern Landscapes: Felicia’s Journey by William Trevor.” The Irish Knot: Essays on Imaginary/Real Ireland. Eds. Maria José Carrera et al. Valladolid, Spain: Universidad de Valladolid, 2008. 193-201.
“Diswomen Strike Back? The Evolution of Disney’s Femmes in the 1990s.” Atenea Journal 27.2 (December 2007): 55-67.
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS
Jan. 2018—Dec. 2020: "Bodies in Transit 2: Difference and Indifference" (Ref. FFI2017-84555-C2-2-P). Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry & Competitiveness (MINECO). Director: Belén Martín-Lucas (U. Vigo, Spain).
Jan. 2015—Dec. 2017: “Bodies in Transit.” Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Ref. FFI2013-47789-C2-2-P). Director: Prof. Pilar Cuder-Domínguez, (U. Huelva, Spain)
March—Dec. 2013: “Globalized Cultural Markets: the Production, Circulation and Reception of Difference.” Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Ref. FFI2010-17282). Director: Dr. Belén Martín-Lucas (U. Vigo, Spain).
SELECTED SCHOLARSHIPS, RESEARCH FUNDING & GRANTS
International Research Funding (Internasjonale spissmiljøer), Faculty of Social and Educational Sciences, NTNU, Norway. March 2018 (KR 223.560)
Anna Rutherford Young Researchers Grant, European Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (EACLALS). March, 2017 (1,500 Euros)
Publication Grant, Awards to Scholarly Publications Program, Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canada. July, 2016 (8,000 Can$)
Governor General’s Gold Medal, (highest academic standing at the graduate level), University of Alberta, Canada. October 2013.
The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarship. May 2010—Aug. 2013 (180,000 Can$)
The President’s Doctoral Prize of Distinction, University of Alberta. Sept. 2010—2012 (15,000 Can$)
Honorary Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Scholarship, University of Alberta. May 2010—August 2012.
Invited Member, Application and Nomination Review Committee (ANRC), the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, Montreal, Canada. Jan 2019-2020.
Invited Jury Member, SSHRC Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Invitation, 2017 Impact Awards. Ottawa, Canada. Feb.-Jul. 2017