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School of English and Drama

Inés García


English Teaching Associate

Twitter: @InesMorita


Born and raised in Mexico, I came to the UK in 2016 to study my MA in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literary Studies at the University of Durham. My current PhD project at Queen Mary University attends to autotheoretical modes in contemporary experimental women's writing, with particular interest in Denise Riley, Claire-Louise Bennett, Maggie Nelson, and Dionne Brand. My thesis is being supervised by Susan Rudy, Sam McBean, and Andrea Brady.

I have worked as an editor and translator in various industries, including the literary.

Twitter: @InesMorita



Before coming to the UK, I taught a range of modules in the English Department at UNAM, including Romantic and Victorian Literature, Feminist Theory, and Textual Analysis. At QMUL, I have been a teaching associate for:

  • ESH102 Reading, Theory and Interpretation: Approaches to the Study of English Literature
  • ESH6000 English Research Dissertation



I have published in both academic and literary journals like Poligrafías, revista de teoría literaria y literatura comparada, Still Point, and Post45.

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