Research Centre Staff
Race, ethnicity and nation in Cuba and Latin America. Discourse analysis and Media discourses.
Foreign Language Acquisition, new technologies.
Lexicography, contemporary Spain, translation.
Other Roehampton members
Applied linguistics, TESOL.
Audiovisual translation, translation of video games.
Latin American cinema, documentary, the film soundtrack, and the social history of music.
Reviewing and establishing the essential differences between the concepts of Second Language learning and teaching and Foreign-Language learning and teaching.
Documentary filmmaking, visual anthropology, cross-cultural communication and representation.
Gender studies, cultural memory, oral history.
Literature and visual culture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Relevance theoretic semantics and pragmatics.
Anthropological perspectives on human/animal relations.
Dr Pablo Romero-Fresco
Audiovisual translation, accessibility, dubbing, subtitling for the deaf and hard of hearing, respeaking.
Professor Frederic Chaume (Universitat Jaume I, Castelló, Spain)
Dr Jorge Díaz-Cintas (University College London)
Audiovisual translation, accessibility to the media.
Dr Víctor Durà Vilà (King's College, London)
Dr Marcella De Marco (London Metropolitan University)
Dr Josélia Neves (Instituto Politécnico de Leiria, Portugal)
Audiovisual translation, inclusive communication and action research.
Dr Bernardo Sánchez Salas (University of La Rioja, Spain)
Spanish cinema, television and theatre.
Danielle Smith (Director 'Sandblast', London)
Western Sahara, documentary photography and filmmaking.
Dr. Mª Verónica de Haro de San Mateo (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
History of Social Communication and History of Journalism.
Professor Juan Manuel de Faramiñán Gilbert (Universidad de Jaén, Spain)
Public International Law and European Community Law.
Professor Nadia Lie (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Literary Relations and Post/national Identities.
Dr Sara González Castrejón (Birkbeck. Uiversity of London)
Amanda (Mandie) Iveson (2014-)
Year of study: Year 3
Thesis provisional title: What the women have to say: women’s perspectives on language, identity and nation in Catalonia
Supervisors: Dr. Elvira Antón, Dr. Carrie Hamilton, Dr. Annabelle Mooney
Research interests: Nationalism, gender, oral history, discourse analysis, new media