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Ana Maria Sanchez-Arce

Dr Ana Maria Sanchez-Arce MA, PhD

Senior Lecturer


Ana develops, leads and teaches on Literature and Creative Writing modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level and conducts research on 20th and 21st century literature. She's worked at Sheffield Hallam University since 2005 in various academic roles. Before that she taught at The University of Hull and The University of Reading. She is interested in contemporary literature, particularly postcolonial writing in Britain, the censorship of literature and women's writing. The underlying concerns of her research are how texts are valued in the contemporary period, intertextuality and the relationship between discourses of identity and literary form. Ana is currently writing a monograph on the filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar for Manchester University Press and editing a collection of essays, Identity and form in Contemporary Literature (Routledge, 2013). Her poems have appeared in Poetry Ireland Review.

Since 2005 she has held a series of different administrative roles, including looking after Erasmus students, fostering internationalisation among undergraduate students, and acting as Equality and Diversity coordinator for the Department of Humanities.

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