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Estíbaliz Encarnación-Pinedo holds a PhD in postwar American Literature from the University of Murcia (Spain) and is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Modern Languages at the Technical University of Cartagena, Spain. She has been a visiting researcher at Columbia University in New York and University of California, Berkeley. Her research focuses on gender and feminism in postwar and avant-garde American poetry. She is also a member of the ¿Queer Temporalities¿ research group (University of Murcia). She has presented her work in numerous international conferences and has also been a member of the organizing committee of, among others, Queer Temporalities in Literature, Cinema and Video Games (2021) and the 10th Annual European Beat Studies Network conference (2022). Her latest publications include ¿Off She Went: Travel-Writing in Women of the Beat Generation¿ (2022, English Studies), ¿Ethnicity and Gender in the Beat Generation: Jack Kerouac and the Other Woman¿ (2022, International Journal of English Studies), ¿The Memory of the Bastard Angel: Autobiographical Writing in Harold Norse¿ in Harold Norse: Poet Maverick, Gay Laureate, eds. A. Robert Lee and Douglas Field (2022, Clemson University Press). She is also coeditor of ruth weiss: Beat Poetry, Jazz, Art (2021, De Gruyter) and is currently working on the monograph Beat Myths in Literature: Revisionist Strategies in Beat Women to be published by Routledge in 2023.