Rosemere Ferreira da Silva
Dr. Rosemere Ferreira da Silva is Titular Professor at the State University of Bahia (Universidade do Estado da Bahia / UNEB), where she has taught since 2012. Dr. Da Silva is currently writing a book about black intellectuals and is a Research Scholar in the Philosophy Department at UCONN-Storrs, where she is part of the editorial team of Black Issues in Philosophy and the research group Philosophy and Global Affairs, which is a joint project with the Philosophy Department and UCONN’s Global Affairs. She is a specialist in Brazilian Literature, Afro-Brazilian Literature, Comparative Literature and Ethnic and African Studies. Her research focuses on Afro-Brazilian and Caribbean Literature. She is the coordinator of Literatura and Afrodescendência research group at UNEB. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Ferreira da Silva was collaborating remotely from Brazil. Her recent publications are NOVAS PESQUISAS SOBRE O PENSAMENTO DE FRANTZ FANON in the journal EntreLetras 11, no. 2 (2020) and three book chapters, RELEVÂNCIA DO TEXTO LITERÁRIO AFRO-BRASILEIRO PARA O ENSINO DE LITERATURA NA EDUCAÇÃO BÁSICA in Ensino da literatura no contexto contemporâneo, THE INFLUENCE OF FRANTZ FANON`S THOUGHT ON BLACK FEMALE INTELLECTUAL PRODUCTION IN BRAZIL in Fanon Today: Reason and Revolt of the Wretched of the Earth and PEDAGOGIA DA ESCRITA VIVÊNCIA DE CAROLINA MARIA DE JESUS NO TEXTO LITERÁRIO AFRO-BRASILEIRO (in collaboration with Milena Paixão) in O chão da escola: diferentes abordagens no ensino de língua portuguesa, literatura e outras artes na educação básica. In academic year 2022-2023, she is based in Connecticut.