Júlia Garraio


Biography

Júlia Garraio is researcher at the Center for Social Studies (Humanities, Migrations and Peace Studies), integrating the research group Humanities, Migrations and Peace Studies.Co-coordinator of GT-POLICREDOS together with Teresa Toldy and Luciane Lucas Santos. Most of her research, activities and publications were dedicated to the German literature and culture in the 20th and 21st centuries. Her post-doctoral research project focused the cultural memories of the rape of German women and girls in the context of WWII. Her recent work examines how women's experiences in wartime are appropriated and transformed by gendered national scripts. Her current research interests include sexual violence, masculinities, feminisms, nationalism, comparative literature and media. She is co-founder of the international research group SVAC-Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict (https://warandgender.net/about/). She integrates the International Editorial Board of the European Journal of Women's Studies (https://journals.sagepub.com/editorial-board/EJW). She is a researcher of the project DECODEM(De)Coding Masculinities: Towards an enhanced understanding of media's role in shaping perceptions of masculinities in Portugal.


Latest Publications

Article in Scientific journal

Santos, Sofia Jose; Garraio, Julia; de Sousa Carvalho, Alexandre; Amaral, Inês (2021), "A space to resist rape myths? Journalism, patriarchy and sexual violence", European Journal of Women's Studies, 135050682110484

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Book Chapter

Garraio, Júlia (2021), The Returnees in Portuguese Literature Before the Literature of the Return, in Annimari Juvonen and Verena Lindemann Lino (org.), Negotiations of Migration: Reexamining the Past and Present in Contemporary Europe. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 201-222

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Book Chapter

Garraio, Júlia (2021), As fronteiras que nos fazem: migrações para a Europa e espaços portugueses na cinematografia do século XXI, in Sartingen K. & Gimeno Ugalde E. (org.), Cinema de migração em língua portuguesa: Espaço, movimento e travessia de fronteiras. Bern: Peter Lang, 115-131

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