Enaiê Mairê Azambuja


My research project

University roles and responsibilities

  • Seminar Tutor, School of Literature & Languages, 2019/20

    My qualifications

    July 2021
    Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching
    University of Surrey
    July 2015
    MA in English Literature (Distinction)
    Stockholm Universiy
    December 2012
    BA in English and Portuguese Languages and Literatures
    Federal University of Parana

    Research

    Research interests

    My teaching

    Courses I teach on

    Undergraduate

    My publications

    Highlights

    Articles in Peer-Reviewed Academic Journals:

    Forthcoming:

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2021) “I’d rather be a cyborg [and] a goddess”: vital materialism and Eastern spirituality in Marianne Moore’s ecopoetics, Poetics Today, Submitted for Initial Review

    Published:

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2021) Zen and the Art of Imagined Matter: The Material Ecopoetics of William Carlos Williams, ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, isab018, https://doi.org/10.1093/isle/isab018

    AZAMBUJA. Enaiê Mairê. (2012) “The Habits of Moss that Secretly Freezes the Stone”: o espaço na obra da poeta irlandesa Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin. E-cadernos CES (Online), v. 14, p. e-cadernos, http://eces.revues.org/925

    POEMS

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê, (2021) “Remember”, Marble Poetry Magazine, issue 8, ISSN: 2516-7944, pp. 21-22, https://www.marblepoetry.com/issues-archive/issue-8/

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2020) “The Maned Wolf” and “Open Veins of Latin America”. Marble Poetry Magazine, issue 7, ISSN: 2516-7944, pp. 53-58, https://www.marblepoetry.com/product/issue-7/

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2020) Cartografias de espaços infinitos na poesia de Enaiê Mairê Azambuja. Mallarmargens, http://www.mallarmargens.com/2020/09/cartografias-de-espacos-infinitos-na.html

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2020) “Polaroid”. Ruído Manifesto, http://ruidomanifesto.org/um-poema-de-enaie-maire-azambuja/

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2018) “One of Us Cannot Be Wrong”. Two Thirds North, Department of English, Stockholm University, ISBN: 978-1-909077-98-0, pp. 72-73, https://issuu.com/ttnstockholm/docs/ttn18

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2018) “The Sailor”. Two Thirds North, Department of English, Stockholm University, ISBN: 978-1-909077-98-0, p. 75, https://issuu.com/ttnstockholm/docs/ttn18

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2018) “Birth by Water”. Two Thirds North, Department of English, Stockholm University, ISBN: 978-1-909077-98-0, p. 98, https://issuu.com/ttnstockholm/docs/ttn18

    AZAMBUJA, Enaie Mairê (2017) Favour in Lampedusa”. In. Two Thirds North, Department of English, Stockholm University, ISBN: 978-1-909077-98-0, pp. 10-11, https://issuu.com/ttnstockholm/docs/ttn17

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê (2015) “Voyage” In. Two Thirds North, Department of English, Stockholm University & Cinnamon Press, ISBN: 978-1-909077-98-0, pp. 80-82, https://issuu.com/ttnstockholm/docs/ttn15

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2015) “Lovers at the Museum”. In. Two Thirds North, Department of English, Stockholm University & Cinnamon Press, ISBN: 978-1-909077-98-0, p. 55, https://issuu.com/ttnstockholm/docs/ttn15

    AZAMBUJA, Enaiê Mairê. (2014) Selected Poems, Revista Escamandro, https://escamandro.wordpress.com/2014/08/11/enaie-maire-azambuja-1990/

    Conference Papers:

    AZAMBUJA. Enaiê Mairê. (2021) Zen and the art of imagined matter: annihilation and restoration in William Carlos Williams’s material ecopoetics. The Seventh International Symposium on Literature and Environment in East Asia (ISLE-EA), Kobe, Japan.

    AZAMBUJA. Enaiê Mairê. (2019) Ecocriticism in the bardo: A Zen Buddhist Analysis of Timothy Morton’s Ecological Thinking. ASLE-UKI Biennial Conference, Plymouth, https://asle.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/ASLEUKI2019.pdf