Ana Margarida Chora has a degree in Portuguese Studies, holding M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Romance Literatures (with the thesis: A Deusa em Camelot / The Goddess in Camelot). Her main research fields are the Matter of Britain, Orientalism (literary and artistic), the Feminine and the Imaginary. She published several academic articles, the work Lancelot, other works about Bocage, and also three poetry books. She’s a high school teacher, teaching Portuguese Literature and serving as head of the Department of Languages, having worked as well at university levels. She is a member of the board of the Center for the Studies of Bocage. She’s also dedicated to painting and performing arts. [Scientific outputs]