Anna M. Klobucka (PhD Harvard University, 1993) is Professor of Portuguese and Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, having previously taught at the Ohio State University (1992-94) and the University of Georgia (1994-2001). She is the author of The Portuguese Nun: Formation of a National Myth (2000; Portuguese translation 2006), O Formato Mulher: A Emergência da Autoria Feminina na Poesia Portuguesa (2009), and O Mundo Gay de António Botto (2018). She has also coedited After the Revolution: Twenty Years of Portuguese Literature 1974-1994 (with Helena Kaufman, 1997), Embodying Pessoa: Corporeality, Gender, Sexuality (with Mark Sabine, 2007; Portuguese edition 2010), and Gender, Empire and Postcolony: Luso-Afro-Brazilian Intersections (with Hilary Owen, 2014). Her most recent book project focuses on mapping cultural agency and relationality of queer-identified women on the margins of canonical Portuguese modernism. She serves as coeditor of the journals Portuguese Literary and Cultural Studies and Journal of Feminist Scholarship.