Diego Rivadulla Costa

Diego Rivadulla Costa has a degree in Hispanic Philology (2012) and a degree in Galician and Portuguese: Linguistic and Literary Studies (2014) from the University of A Coruña, with an Extraordinary Award from the University and the Autonomous Community of Galicia. In the year 2020 he obtained the title of Doctor with international mention with the thesis Novela e memoria cultural: a ficcionalización do franquismo na narrativa galega (2000-2015), within the framework of the Interuniversity Doctoral Program in Literary Studies of UDC and UVigo. He has also completed postgraduate studies such as the Master's Degree in Literature, Culture and Diversity (2020) and the Master's Degree in Teaching Compulsory Secondary Education, Baccalaureate, Vocational Training and Language Teaching (2013).

He has been a collaborator in several research projects of the Department of Galician-Portuguese, French and Linguistics of the University of A Coruña, a contracted researcher in the funded project Cronoloxía da literatura galega (1801-1900) (FFI2012-37891) and researcher in training under the support to the predoctoral stage program of Xunta de Galicia in the Department of Letters of the UDC. He is currently a lecturer in Galician language and Literature at the University of Deusto.

His fields of research are literary and cultural studies, with special attention to contemporary Galician literature, Iberian studies and the relations between literature and memory. He carried out research stays at the EHEHI Casa de Velázquez (École des hautes études hispaniques et ibériques) in Madrid and at the University of Aarhus (Denmark). In addition to being a collaborating member of the ILLA group, he is part of the International Research Network "Memory and Narration" of the University of Oslo and the International Association of Galician Studies.

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