Sara Graça da Silva is a Researcher at CETAPS (Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies, University of Porto) and IELT (Institute for the Study of Traditional Literature, New University of Lisbon). Her main research interests include Victorian literature and science, theories of sexuality and gender, Darwinism, and the evolutionary study of folktales. She has contributed to the Victorian Literature Handbook, the Dictionary of Nineteenth Century Journalism, and Utopian Studies, amongst others.Fátima Vieira is Associate Professor at the University of Porto, Chair of the Utopian Studies Society (Europe) since 2006, coordinator of research projects on utopian thought, author of a series of articles and editor of a number of volumes in the field of utopian studies, Shakespearean studies and cultural studies.Jorge Bastos da Silva teaches in the Department of Anglo-American Studies, University of Porto. His main fields of research are English literature and culture, utopian studies and intellectual history. He has authored and edited books on English Augustan literature, the reception of Shakespeare in Portuguese Romanticism, utopianism, and symbolism in English Romantic poetry.