Sara Graça da Silva, PhD, is a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Literature and Tradition, NOVA/FCSH, Portugal. Her research interests include the intersection between literature and science, gender, morality, emotion, and the evolutionary study of literature. She has contributed to The Victorian Literature Handbook, The Dictionary of Nineteenth Century Journalism, National Geographic, among others, and published in journals including Utopian Studies, Royal Society Open Science, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. She has edited three books on the symbiosis between morality and emotion, with Routledge (2016, 2018), and Palgrave Macmillan (2021), and coordinates the Portuguese team of the H2020 project VAST – Values across Time and Space, responsible for Pilot 3 – Values in European Folktales, since 2020. [Scientific outputs]