Neus Rotger is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) and Guest Lecturer at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Her research focuses on Theory of the Novel, Comparative Literary History, and World Literature. She is a member of the research group Global Literary Studies (GlobaLS), with a focus on the global novel.

Her studies have appeared in Arco Libros, Biblioteca Nueva, Peter Lang and Amsterdam University Press. She has been visiting researcher at the Center for the Study of the Novel (Stanford University), at the Centre de Recherche de Littérature Comparée (Université Sorbonne-Paris IV), and at the Department of Rhetoric (University of California, Berkeley).

Her current project focuses on global rewritings of the canon in the contemporary novel.

Selected Bibliography
  • Rotger, Neus.“La Princesa de Clèves, de Madame de Lafayette”. La literatura admirable: del “Génesis” a “Lolita”. Jordi Llovet (dir.). Barcelona: Pasado & Presente, 2018, 251-263. ISBN: 978-84-947694-4-3.

  • Rotger, Neus. “Ancients, Moderns and the Gothic in Eighteenth-Century Historiography”. The Making of the Humanities. From Early Modern to Modern Disciplines. Rens Bod, Jaap Maat, Thijs Weststeijn (eds.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2016, 321-336. ISBN: 978-90-8964-4558.

  • Rotger, Neus. “The Uses of History in the Early Gothic Novel”. History is Mostly Repair and Revenge. Discourses of/on History in the Literature in English. Liliana Sikorska (ed.). Frankfurt am Main, New York: Peter Lang Verlag, 2010, 57-67. ISBN: 978-3-631-59771-2.

  • Rotger, Neus. “A vueltas con la historia: sobre la idea de literatura europea”. La investigación en el área de las Humanidades. Carme de-la-Mota, Gemma Puigvert (eds.). Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2009, 183-198. ISBN: 978-84-9742-976-4.

  • Rotger, Neus. “’Lector sine fabula’. Hiperliteratura y deconstrucción”. Literatura hipertextual y teoría literaria. María José Vega Ramos (ed.). Madrid: Marenostrum, 2003, 202-209. ISBN: 84-95509-59-8.