Researchers

Silvia Molina Plaza - DEPSS Project

SILVIA MOLINA PLAZA

Senior Lecturer at the UNIVERSITY OF CASTILLA-LA MANCHA.

Silvia Molina Plaza holds a PhD in English Linguistics from the UCM (Madrid), with a dissertation, which was given an Extraordinary Doctorate Award, and in January 2001 she obtained a position as tenured Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) at the University of Castilla-La Mancha. She obtained another tenured Senior Lecturer position at the Technical University of Madrid where she is currently teaching at the Department of Applied Linguistics to Science and Technology. Her research has focused on the translation from English to Spanish, contrastive analysis (modality and collocations), Pragmatics and Discourse Analysis applied to ESP in numerous book chapters, articles, papers.

RESEACH INTERESTS: Translation from English to Spanish | Contrastive Analysis | Discourse Analysis applied to ESP.

  ResearchGate

Marta Nadales Ruiz - DEPSS Project

MARTA NADALES RUIZ

Senior Lecturer at UNIVERSITY COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID.

Marta Nadales Ruiz holds a PhD in English Language and Linguistics from Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Her doctoral dissertation explored The Construction of English Identity: Nineteenth Century Spanish Travellers (PhD Honours, 2008). British Academy Fellow in 2010, she conducted a research in the Centre for Transnational and Transcultural Research (UK) on the Material Construction of 19th Century English Identity. Her research interests and most relevant publications focus on Cultural Studies, CDA, and the Linguistic Construction of Identity. Along these lines, she has participated in several national and international Research Projects. She has been a faculty member of the Department of English Language and Linguistics at UCM since 2004.

RESEACH INTERESTS: Cultural Studies | CDA | Linguistic Construction of Identity.

  ResearchGate

Dolores Porto Requejo - DEPSS Project

M. DOLORES PORTO REQUEJO

Senior Lecturer at the UNIVERSITY DE ALCALÁ.

Senior Lecturer in English Linguistics at the Universidad de Alcalá (Spain). She has been Academic Secretary (2010-2013) and Head (2013-2016) of the Modern Philology Department, and is currently the Coordinator of the Degree in English Studies. Her research interests have to do with the close relationship between mind and language and how the latter reflects the processes of interpretation of the world. Her publications deal with this in a number of different representations, from novel metaphors in media discourse, to the analysis of narratives from a Cognitive Poetics perspective and, more recently, multimodal discourse analysis in different kinds of communicative events.

RESEACH INTERESTS: Relationship between Mind and Language | Cognitive Poetics | Multimodal Discourse Analysis.

  ResearchGate

Laura Rodríguez Redondo

ANA LAURA RODRÍGUEZ

Associate Professor at the UNIVERSITY COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID.

Ana Laura Rodríguez Redondo is a tenured Associate Professor at the English Language and Linguistics Department of the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. She did her Doctoral studies within the interdepartmental programme of Indo-European Languages. Her Ph.D. was completed with a thesis on Historical Linguistics entitled Compositional strategies of Old English poetry where she applied cognitive and rhetorical studies to the structuring of the orally composed Old English poetry. Currently, her focus is on the study of non-conventional forms of communication, namely on the study of signed languages, especially Spanish, American and British sign language, as well as on gestures as tools that contribute to the unfolding of narrative conceptualizations and to the structure of the pre-verbal message of narrative discourses. She is also part of the UCM Project Audiovisual Learning Archive (AVLA).

  AVLA Project

RESEACH INTERESTS: Historical Linguistics | Study of Signed Languages | AVLA Project.

  ResearchGate

Paloma Tejada Caller - DEPSS Project

PALOMA TEJADA CALLER

Tenured Lecturer at the UNIVERSITY COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID.

Paloma Tejada Caller is a Tenured Lecturer at the English Department of Universidad Complutense (Madrid), formally accredited as Professor since 2013. In 1983 she completed her PhD, which focussed on Historical Linguistics, more particularly on thematization and rhematization strategies in Old English. Her career has been largely devoted to the History University Complutense de Madrid of English. In this line, she’s been particularly concerned with cognitive approaches to grammar and the interrelationship between language, ideology and culture, especially to the image of English and the English people as portrayed in nineteenth and twentieth century Spain. Contrastive and Translation Studies should be mentioned as a second area of interest, lecturing and research.

RESEACH INTERESTS: Historical Linguistics | History of English | Contrastive and Translation Studies.

  Academia.Edu

Work Team

Work Team DEPSS Project - icon
  • ROBERTO ASENJO.
  • ÁNGELA BROUWER.
  • NOELIA ESTÉVEZ PÉREZ.
  • MARÍA MUELAS GIL.
  • JAVIER OLLOQUI.
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