Vice Rector for International Relations , Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University,Bucharest
Ramona MIHĂILĂ is vice rector for International Relations and full professor Ph.D. at the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University, Bucharest, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on literature, women’s writing, gender studies.
She is the author and (co)-editor of books concerning narrative strategies, women’s writing and gender studies: Narrative Strategies in the Nineteenth-Century British and American Novel, Representations of Women’s Roles in Romanian Women’s Writing, Identity Construction of Female Characters in 19th Century Prose, The Gender Construction of Society, Divisions of Gendered Spaces, Transnational Identities of Women Writers in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Myth, Symbol, and Ritual: Elucidatory Paths to the Fantastic Unreality, Gender Studies in the Age of Globalization, Gender Studies: Woman Inside and Outside the Box.
She has been visiting professor at Arizona State University, research fellow for international institutions: Library of Congress, Washington, Chawton House Library and University of Southampton, Huygens Royal Institute, The Hague, National Library of Vienna, grants recipient for conference participation: Hogeschool University, Brussels, Université Paris-Est Créteil etc. She has been coordinator of European projects on gender studies and women’s writing.
She serves as the executive publishing editor of Journal of Research in Gender Studies, Addleton Academic Publishers, New York