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<ul><li><p>GUEST SPEAKERS ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018 </p><p>M.A. ADVANCED ENGLISH STUDIES </p><p>16.10.2017 (4pm) Dr. Jess LPEZ-PELEZ CASELLAS </p><p>WELCOME SESSION </p><p>Dr. Jess Lpez-Pelez Casellas, Associate Professor of English at the University of Jan, participates in the Masters WELCOME SESSION on October 16th , with a lecture on Proto-Globalization and New Economy in Early Modern English Literature. </p><p>[Bionote] </p><p>Dr. Jess Lpez-Pelez is Associate Professor of English and Head of the English Department at the University of Jan. He is the author of Honourable Murderers: El concepto del honor en Othello, de W. Shakespeare y los dramas de honor de Pedro Caldern (Oxford: Peter Lang 2009), co-author of Otras narrativas: una aproximacin a la literatura popular anglo-norteamericana (Universidad de Jan, 1998) and Breve historia de las Islas Britnicas (Slex, 2006), and editor of Strangers in Early Modern English Texts (Peter Lang, 2011). His articles have appeared in the Journal of World History, Studies in Philology, ATLANTIS, Studia Neophilologica, Journal of SEDERI, Miscelnea, or Popular Music. He has been Research Manager of several national and international Research and Teaching Projects, including the I+D+i Project Musulmanes, espaoles y judos en los textos premodernos en lengua inglesa: La construccin del Otro. </p><p>15.11.2017 Dr. Carmen PREZ SABATER </p><p>Dr. Carmen Prez Sabater, Associate Professor of English at the Universitat Politcnica de Valncia, participates in the module Discourse in the Media on November 15th, with a lecture on The analysis of informality in online discourse. </p><p>[Bionote] </p><p>Dr. Carmen Prez Sabater, Associate Professor of English at the Universitat Politcnica de Valncia, Department of Applied Linguistics. She is currently working in the field of Comparative Discourse Analysis, Computer-mediated Communication, English for Specific/Academic Purposes and Gender Studies. Her research has been published in prestigious journals such as Ibrica, International Journal of English Studies, Journal of Pragmatics, Linguistik Online, RESLA, RSEL, and Written Communication, among others. Since 2014, she has been leading the UPV team of the European project CoMoViWo (Communication in Mobile and Virtual Work). </p></li><li><p>16.11.2017 Dr. Paula GARCA RAMREZ </p><p>Dr. Paula Garca Ramrez, Associate Professor of English at the University of Jan, participates in the module Shapes of Hope: Utopian and Dystopian Fiction, on November 16th, with a lecture on Utopia Falls Apart: Political Degradation in the New African Republics as portrayed in Chinua Achebes Narrative. </p><p>[Bionote] </p><p>Dr. Paula Garca is Associate Professor of English at the University of Jan. She has directed two Ph.D. dissertations on African fiction, decolonisation, political corruption, and survival. Her own Ph.D.Dissertation is entitled La Narrativa Nigeriana en Lengua Inglesa: Chinua Achebe o el Reverso de la Utopa. She has been a guest researcher at the University of Leeds and at Harvard University (Real Colegio Complutense). </p><p>18.12.2017 Dr. Marta CEREZO MORENO </p><p>Dr. Marta Cerezo Moreno, Senior Lecturer in English Literature at the UNED, participates in the module Literature, Arts and Performance in Anglophone Cultures on December 18th, with a lecture on Appropriating Philomela. </p><p> [Bionote] </p><p>Dr. Marta Cerezo is Senior Lecturer at the UNED. Her main research interests are on cultural discourses in William Shakespeare and in contemporary narratives. She is also interested in postmodern revisions of the Renaissance. She is author of Critical Approaches to Shakespeare: Shakespeare for All Time (2005) and co-editor of Traces of Aging. Old Age and Memory in Contemporary Narrative (2016). </p><p>16.1.2018 Dr. Margarita CARRETERO GONZLEZ </p><p>Dr. Margarita Carretero Gonzlez, Associate professor of English at the University of Jan, participates in the module Research Methods and Resources in English Literary Studies, on January 16th, 2018. </p><p> [Bionote] </p><p>Dr. Margarita Carretero Gonzlez is Associate profesor of English at the University of Jan where she currently teaches courses on research methods in English literature, Ecocriticism and Posthumanism, and Literature's connection with other artistic discourses.She is a Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics and member of the R&amp;D Project Environmental humanities. Strategies for ecological empathy and the transition towards sustainable societies. </p></li><li><p>6.2.2018 Dr. Santiago GONZLEZ FERNNDEZ-CORUGEDO </p><p>Dr. Santiago Gonzlez Fernndez-Corugedo, Full Professor of English Studies at the University of Oviedo, participates in the module Editing English Literary Texts on February 6th, with a lecture on Editing English Tudor and Jacobean texts. </p><p>[Bionote] </p><p>Dr. Santiago Gonzlez Fernndez-Corugedo, Full Professor of English Studies at the University of Oviedo, he has taught Ph.D. courses on research methods at numerous universities, in and outside Spain. He is a member of numerous editorial/advisory boards of academic journals and the author of the Anthology of Middle English Texts for the Oxford University Text Archive. He has also served at the Ministry of Educations ANECA and has been Consul of Education and Science at the Consulate General of Spain in Miami and Education and Science Commissioner at the Embassy of Spain in Australia, New Zealand, among other countries. </p><p>7.2.2018 Dr. Miguel ngel MONTEZANTI </p><p>Dr. Miguel ngel Montezanti, Full Professor at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentina), participates in the module Translating and Adapting English Literary Texts on February 7th, with a lecture on The Translation of Shakespeares Poetry into Spanish </p><p>[Bionote] </p><p>Miguel ngel Montezanti is Professor at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentina) and researcher of CONICET. His main research areas are English lyrical poetry and literary translation, especially Shakespeare. He is author of El nudo Coronado. Estudio de Cuatro Cuartetos (1994), Extrao encuentro. La poesa de Wilfred Owen (2002), Visitas hospitalarias. La poesa de Philip Larkin (2006) and Seamus Heany en sus textos (2009). He has published the following annotated translations: Baladas inglesas y escocesas (1980), and by Shakespeare, Sonetos (1987 and 2003), La violacin de Lucrecia (2012), Venus y Adonis (2014), and Quejas de una enamorada (2016). As a poet he has published Maleficios de espejo (2007), Hablar las losas (2010) and El Verbo de tus ojos (2013). </p><p>12.2.2018 Dr. Hanna SKORCZYNSKA SZNAJDER </p><p>Dr. Hanna Skorczynska, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Applied Linguistics at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, participates in the module Communication in Specialised Domains on February 12th, with a lecture on Lexical Patterns in Specialized Communication: The Case of Metaphor. </p></li><li><p>[Bionote] </p><p>Dr. Hanna Skorczynska Sznajder is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Applied Linguistics at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. Her research interests include the use of metaphor in specialist discourse, cross-cultural profesional communication, as well as genre variation in profesional contexts. She has published articles in journals such as Metaphor &amp; Symbol, Metaphor in the Social World, Text &amp; Talk, or English for Specific Purposes. </p><p>17.4.2018 Dr. Mara Luisa PREZ CAADO </p><p>Dr. Mara Luisa Prez Caado, Associate Professor at the Department of English Studies at the University of Jan, participates in the module English Language Acquisition on April 17th, with a lecture on 20 Questions about CLIL: An updated, critical, and research-based introduction to bilingual education. </p><p>[Bionote] </p><p>Dr. Mara Luisa Prez Caado is Associate Professor of English and Vice-dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Education at the University of Jan. Her research interests include Applied Linguistics, bilingual education and new technologies in language teaching. She is currently coordinating two governmentally-funded research projects on the effects of CLIL in monolingual contexts, as well as the first intercollegiate MA degree on bilingual education and CLIL. </p><p>10.5.2018 Dr. Elena ORTELLS MONTN </p><p>Dr. Elena Ortells Montn, Associate Professor of English at the Universitat Jaume I, participates in the module North-American Fiction of Resistance: History, Memory and Trauma on May 10th , with a lecture on American Fiction after 9/11: Trauma and Resistance. </p><p>[Bionote] </p><p>Elena Ortells Montn is Associate Professor of English at the Department of English Studies of the Universitat Jaume I of Castell, Spain. She is also the Head of the Department of English Studies. She has published articles in Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses, Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos, Academic Exchange Quarterly, Culture, Language and Representation, Atlantis, and English Teaching: Practice and Critique, among other journals. Books published include La verdadera historia del cautiverio y la restitucin de Mary Rowlandson. Traduccin, estudio crtico y notas (2008), Truman Capote, un camalen ante el espejo (2009) and Prisioneras de salvajes. Relatos y confesiones de mujeres cautivas de indios norteamericanos (2012). </p></li><li><p> 17.5.2018 (7pm) Dr. Santiago POSTEGUILLO GMEZ </p><p>GRADUATION CEREMONY </p><p>Dr. Santiago Posteguillo Gmez, Associate Professor of English at the Universitat Jaume I, participates in the Masters GRADUATION CEREMONY on May 17th , with a lecture on Unexpected Literature: Unheard of voices. </p><p>[Bionote] </p><p>Dr. Santiago Posteguillo is Associate Professor of English at the Universitat Jaume I. He is a well-known author of historical fiction, whose remarkable contribution to the field has been acknowledged by prestigious Institutions. In 2010 he was awarded the Premio de las Letras Valencianas, to be followed by the Premio Internacional de Novela Histrica de Barcelona in 2014. In 2015 the Generalitat Valenciana declared him Escritor del Ao. In 2018 he will deliver several Seminars on Historical Fiction at the University of Cambridge </p></li></ul>