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Dr. Paula Baldwin Lind holds a Bachelor of Arts, English Linguistics and Literature (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), Master of Studies in English Literature from 1550-1780 (University of Oxford, England), and a PhD in Shakespeare Studies (The Shakespeare Institute, Universidad from Birmingham, England). She is currently a Full Professor at the Institute of Literature at the Universidad de los Andes (Chile) and a researcher in charge of the Fondecyt Initiation Project: “Female Spaces in Shakespeare’s Four Major Tragedies”.

Research Interests

Her research areas are related to the configuration of female spaces and spaces of representation in the works of William Shakespeare, as well as the translation of his plays into Spanish, from which she has translated The Tempest, Twelfth Night, and King Lear (Ed. Universitaria, 2010, 2014, 2017), together with Braulio Fernández Biggs. Her publications include the edition of Telling and Re-telling Stories: Studies on Literary Adaptation to Film (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016), “Exploring the Prominence of Romeo and Juliet’s Characters Using Weighted Centrality Measures”, with Víctor Hugo Masías et al (Oxford. Digital Humanities, 2016), “William Shakespeare (1564-1616): Más allá de un nombre” in Aproximaciones a Shakespeare, ed. Braulio Fernández (Ed. Universitaria, 2016), “Juan Agustín Cariola Larraín: Traductor chileno de Shakespeare”, in Traducir a los clásicos: entornos y transformaciones (Comares, 2018), “Configuraciónon and representación del espacio en La tempestad de William Shakespeare”, Revista de Humanidades 41 (2020), and the voice “Shakespeare in Chile”, for the Stanford Global Shakespeare Encyclopedia, among other works. She has participated in conferences about Shakespeare in Chile and in many countries around the world.

Keywords

  • PN2000 Dramatic representation. The Theater
  • Shakespeare

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