María Elena Jaime de Pablos is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Almeria, Spain, where she teaches English Literature. Her major research interest is Irish literature, with a special focus on women writers and gender issues, and literary translation. She is the author of nearly sixty essays (articles and book chapters) and the author, editor or co-editor of nineteen books published by prestigious national and international presses. Among the most recent ones: Giving Shape to the Moment: The Art of Mary O’Donnell, Poet, Novelist and Short-Story Writer (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2018), Mujeres, feminismo y género en el siglo XXI (Sevilla: Arcibel Editores, 2018), Remaking the Literary Canon in English: Women Writers, 1880-1920 (Granada: Comares, 2018). She is currently the Associate Editor of Raudem, Revista de Estudios de las Mujeres, an online journal on Women’s Studies, the manager of the research group: «Women, Literature and Society» («Women, Literature and Society») and the Secretary of the Communication and Society Research Centre (CySOC) based at the University of Almeria.