Lecturer, University of the Balearic Islands |
I have a BA in Elementary School Teaching (2010) and a BA in Foreign Languages with a specialization in English Linguistics (2016), both from the University of Vigo. I completed an MA in Advanced English Studies at the same University, where I also wrote my dissertation on “Synchronic Variation in Clausal Complementation: The case of regret in British and American English" under the supervision of Elena Seoane. In November 2015, I was awarded a scholarship from the Spanish Ministry of Education (Beca de Colaboración) to work as a research assistant in the Department of English, French and German of the University of Vigo (from November 2015 to June 2016).
Currently I am a full-time postdoctoral fellow at the University of Vigo on a competitive three-year contract (Margarita Salas) funded by the European Union (Next Generation EU). During this time, I will be working at the University of Santiago de Compostela with the research group SPERTUS, where I will expand my research to include the teaching and learning English as a foreing language, among other topics.
I am a member of the ViEW research project (Variation in English Worldwide), a member of the LVTC (Language Variation and Textual Categorisation) research group and of the ELC (English Linguistics Circle) network.