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Cristiane Busato Smith is Brazil Lead Editor for the MIT Global Shakespeares digital archive and an ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies) Research Scholar. She has taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels in Brazil. She received an MA in English and American Literature in 1995, and a PhD in Literary Studies from the Federal University of Paraná (the oldest university in Brazil) in 2007. She also held a Visiting Fellowship at the Centre for Cultural Analysis, Theory and History (University of Leeds, UK). She has published numerous articles on literature and Shakespeare in South/North America, Asia and Europe. She is the author of Representations of Ophelia in Victorian England (in press).
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Cristiane Smith’s research interests include Brazilian adaptations of Shakespeare, Global Shakespeares and representations of women in literature and the visual arts.