TEORÍA DEL DISCURSO. APLICACIONES LINGÜÍSTICAS Y LITERARIAS
Subject's code : 24413057
HORARIO DE ATENCIÓN AL ESTUDIANTE
Both the instructors of the course will supervise the students' work within the different forums of the virtual course, where they will be able to contact these professors on any doubts or concerns they could have regarding the contents of the different units of study or any other general concerns. Thus, there will be a general forum, as well as five specialized forums for each of the five units of the course, and other additional forums such as the "Tablón de Anuncios" (for news or announcements).
Additionally, the students can contact the instructors via e-mail or in person, by making a previous appointment with them:
Dr. Laura Alba-Juez (Subject Coordinator)
Tel.: 91 3988702
Office hours:: Tuesdays from 10:00 to 14:00 h.
Office: Despacho 618, Edificio de Humanidades, Paseo Senda del Rey, 7. Ciudad Universitaria. Madrid.
D.ª Adriana Noemí Kiczkowski Yankelevich
Tel.: 91 3988699
Office hours: Wednesdays from 10:30 a 14:30 horas.
Office: Despacho 4, planta 0, Edificio de Humanidades, Paseo Senda del Rey, 7. Ciudad Universitaria. Madrid.
Laura Alba-Juez is Full Professor of English Linguistics at the UNED in Madrid, Spain. She holds a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics from the UNAM (Mexico), and a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. From 1997 to 2001, she held the positions of Visiting Researcher and Lecturer at Georgetown University (Washington D. C., U.S.A.). In 2013 she stayed at King’s College London (University of London, U.K.) as a visiting Senior Research Fellow in the Center for Language, Discourse and Communication. Her main areas of research are Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics. She has been the Principal Investigator of several projects, the last one being the EMO-FunDETT project (funded by the Spanish government). She has published fourteen books and numerous scientific articles. Her last books are Evaluation in Context (in co-edition with Geoff Thompson, 2014, John Benjamins), Pragmatics: Cognition, Context and Culture (in co-authorship with J. Lachlan Mackenzie, 2016, McGraw Hill), and Emotion in Discourse (in co-edition with Lachlan Mackenzie, 2019, John Benjamins).
Adriana Kiczkowski is an Assistant Professor at the UNED. She holds a BA and a PhD in English Philology from the UNED (Spain). She has taught in different universities in Spain (Universidad Carlos III, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universidad Isabel I). She has been a visiting scholar at the University of North Carolina-Greesboro, USA. One of her current lines of research is focused on Gender, Science and Culture. She was part of the research project: “Voces múltiples, saberes plurales y tecnologías biomédicas” (MINECO:FFI2015-65947-C2-1-P). The results of her work were presented in different international forums and she has been guest speaker at the Center for Women Studies, Wake Forest University, USA, 2017 and at the Seminario de Arte, Ciencia y Tecnología, Universidad Autónoma de México, 2018. Another of her lines of research is related to the literary representations of Terrorism and Globalization, with special attention to “Post-9/11 literature”, the results of which have been reflected in articles, book chapters and various conferences, in addition to her Phd thesis. Some of the articles on the subject: “Los límites de la literatura y la política: Leaving the Atocha Station de Ben Lerner,” RFULL 2019, “Diasporic Identities and Motherhood in Jumpa Lahiri The Lowland,” PUZ 2018, “Glocalization in Post-9/11 literature. Burnt Shadows by Kamila Shamsie,” JES 2017.