Dr Odber de Baubeta welcomes expressions of interest in postgraduate research in the areas of Portuguese and Brazilian Literature, the Uruguayan short story, Translation Studies, Anthology Studies, Anglo-Portuguese Relations, and Iberian Crime Fiction.
Dr. Odber de Baubeta has directed 6 MPhil & 7 MA Translation Studies dissertations and 14 PhD theses (1 external).
She has examined masters’ theses (internal: 5 MPhil, 1 MPhil Cultural Enquiry & 7 MA Translation Studies; external; 10) and doctoral theses (5 internal, 18 external) on a range of subjects, for universities in the UK, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Australia and Canada.
She is currently supervising:
- PhD: The Theory and Practice of Translating Beowulfinto Brazilian Portuguese
- PhD: From Concept to Practice: Portuguese Teaching Methodology
- MARes: Translation, Identity and Advertising in Galicia.
- MARes: Costa Rican Children’ Literature
Dr Odber de Baubeta has recently acted as Postdoctoral Supervisor for Dr Ana Raquel Lourenço Fernandes, researching "The Short Story in Contemporary British and Women’s Writing and the Construction of a New Identity: Defining and Comparing Women Nowadays", and is currently supervising Dr Zsófia Gombár’s postdoctoral research on English-Language Literature and Censorship in Portugal and Hungary during the second half of the twentieth century.