Margarita Estévez-Saá is Senior Lecturer of English and American Literature at the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Her research interests include the work of James Joyce and, more recently, contemporary Irish fiction by women. She has published essays in which she studies the topic of immigration in recent Irish fiction, such as “Antidotes to Celtic Tiger Ireland in Contemporary Irish Fiction: Anne Haverty’s The Free and the Easy and Éillís Ní Dhuibne’s Fox, Swallow, Scarecrow” (2010) and “Immigration in Celtic Tiger and post-Celtic Tiger Novels” (2013). She has also read contemporary novels in English from a transcultural perspective in “Trauma and Transculturalism in Contemporary Fictional Memories of the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks” (2016) and “‘Us returniks’: Transcultural Atlantic Exchanges in Mary Rose Callaghan’s and Elizabeth Wassell’s Novels” (2018). More recently, she has co-edited with María Jesús Lorenzo-Modia the volume The Ethics and Aesthetics of Eco-caring: Contemporary Debates on Ecofeminism(s) (Routledge, 2019).