João Albuquerque holds a PhD in Hispanic Languages and Literatures (UCLA) and is a Postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for the Study of Literature and Tradition (IELT – NOVA FCSH). He is part of both the LITESCAPE.PT – Atlas of Literary Landscapes of Mainland Portugal research group and the Almada Negreiros – Sarah Affonso Archive’s research group (CEDANSA). His research interests are Lusophone and Hispanic Literatures, Art History, Aesthetics, and Contemporary Philosophy. He published several peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in these fields in Brazil, Portugal, United Kingdom, and United States of America. Albuquerque is the author of the book O Estéril Amor Fecundo de Fernando Pessoa (Editora Labirinto, 2022). In 2020, he selected and translated the Rubén Darío’s anthology of poetry and prose, O Sátiro Surdo (Editora Labirinto). Albuquerque is part of Revista Oresteia’s Editorial Board since 2020.