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The Department of English and Germanic Studies represents a wide range of research interests such as experimental phonology, women writers, sociolinguistics, the interface between cinema and literature, corpus linguistics, psycholinguistics, Post-Colonial literature and second language acquisition.
We combine this with a strong emphasis on creating a quality learning experience in the classroom, as reflected in our ongoing participation in the university?s Teaching Enhancement programs. We also believe that our work implies a shared endeavour with our students, who have a permanent voice in departmental matters through their Student Delegation, one of the few elected bodies of its kind at the UAB.
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- Department of English and German Studies
- Literary Traditions and Texts of the Early Modern Period: Iberia and Italy (LT&T)
Person: Assignment to research, Regular researcher Staff20192019
LA INTERPRETACION DE LAS CATEGORIAS FUNCIONALES II: SIGNIFICADOS EXPRESIVOS Y JERARQUIAS DE SIGNIFICADO
Espinal Farre, M. T., Villalba Nicolas, F. X., Borik , O., CARRERA PEREZ, E., Cyrino, S., Etxeberria, U., GIANOLLO, C., Morosi ., P., PAOLO GRECO, M., Planas-Morales, S., Puig Mayenco, E., Seres Guillen, D., TROTZKE, A., Tsiakmakis , E. & Tubau Muntaña, S.
1/09/21 → 31/08/24
THE EFFECTS OF IN-CLASS TASK-BASED PEER INTERACTION ON YOUNG LEARNERSâ ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Pladevall Ballester, E., Barranqueras Martínez, À., Huerta Bon, L. A., LECLERCQ, P., LEROUX-BEAL, A., MANOILOV, P., PHILP, J., Puig Mayenco, E., THOMAS-WILHELM, D., ZHANG, M., Anna Vallbona González, A., Capdevila Batet, M., Llinas Grau, M. & Vraciu , E. A.
1/06/20 → 31/05/23
Collaborative authorship : publishing e-books on fantasy and science fiction with BA and MA studentsMartín, S., 2021
Research output: Other contribution
Decolonizing the Mind, Writing Outside the Identity Box: Vandana Singh’s Complex Speculative FictionMartín, S., 2021
Research output: Other contributionOpen Access
Early Modern Textual Misogynies. From Gender Bias to Textual Misogyny in the Early Modern Period: Bringing together Women’s Writing from the Margins: Special Issue & Lead ArticleFont Paz, C., 19 Dec 2021, (Accepted in press) In: Women's Writing Journal.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review