Dr. Ketlyn Rosa
Research Fellow, Film Studies
Dr Ketlyn Mara Rosa is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Film Studies, Trinity College Dublin, carrying out a research funded by the Irish Research Council on urban conflicts cinema in Northern Ireland and Brazil.
She holds a Bachelor's Degree in English Language and Literatures from Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC - Brazil) and a Master's and Doctoral Degree in English: Linguistic and Literary Studies from UFSC as well. Her research emphasis is on war cinema as she has worked with a variety of conflicts ranging from films, documentaries, and miniseries that portray the Second World War, Afghanistan and Iraq Wars, and currently, late twentieth-century urban warfare in Northern Ireland and Brazil.
One thematic point of great importance in her research career is the analysis of embodied violence and the possible meanings it conveys in cinematic representations.
Publications and Further Research Outputs
Ketlyn Mara Rosa, The transformation of the war body on screen in Justin Kurzel's "Macbeth", Significação: Revista de Cultura Audiovisual, 47, 2020, p62 - 82
Ketlyn Mara Rosa, Thornley, Davinia. "Cinema, Cross-Cultural Collaboration, and Criticism: Filming on an Uneven Field." Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, Review of Cinema, Cross-Cultural Collaboration, and Criticism: Filming on an Uneven Field, by Davinia Thornley , Ilha do Desterro A Journal of English Language, Literatures in English and Cultural Studies, 71, (2), 2018, p249-254
Ketlyn Mara Rosa, Janaina Mirian Rosa, To Kill or not to Kill: Images of Violence and Cruelty in "Band of Brothers", Revista Estudos Anglo-Americanos, 47, (1), 2018, p194 - 209
Ketlyn Mara Rosa, Drowning the Body in Pain: Torture in "The Railway Man" and "Zero Dark Thirty", Em Tese, 24, (1), 2018, p284 - 299
Janaina Mirian Rosa, Ketlyn Mara Rosa, Portrayal of King Henry in Kenneth Branagh's Adaptation of "Henry V", Dramaturgias, 1, (1), 2016, p93 - 102
Ketlyn Mara Rosa, Janaina Mirian Rosa, Diary of a Soldier under Attack: Voice-over Narration in "Band of Brothers", Revista Iluminart, VII, (13), 2015, p7 - 17
Janaina Mirian Rosa, Ketlyn Mara Rosa, Shakespeare Into Film: Comparing Orson Welles' And Oliver Parker's "Othello", Revista Scripta Alumni, (13), 2015, p182 - 190
Ketlyn Mara Rosa, Janaina Mirian Rosa, Chasing Falling Snow: Traveling Through the Borders in "La Jaula de Oro", Rascunhos Culturais, 6, (11), 2015, p11 - 26
Janaina Mirian Rosa, Ketlyn Mara Rosa, The temptation scene in Orson Welles' and Folias d'Arte's adaptations of "Othello", Em Tese, 21, (2), 2015, p124 - 135
Ketlyn Mara Rosa, Janaina Mirian Rosa, World War II and Vietnam War in Poetry: Charles Simic and Yusef Komunyakaa as Eyewitnesses, Revista Estudos Anglo-Americanos, (41), 2014, p111 - 125
Ketlyn Mara Rosa, Anelise Reich Corseuil, 'Narrativas que viajam pelo espaço e pelo tempo: a intertextualidade de "Eliza Lynch"', Brazil, Editora Insular, 2019, 157 - 169
DescriptionDr. Rosa's research interests are related to war cinema and films that deal with violent conflicts, with a particular emphasis on embodied representations.
Awards and Honours
Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship