Master’s theses publicly defended

[Some authors have chosen to make their MA theses available online via the institutional repositories. Click on the title of the thesis to open the PDF file.]

2018-2019

University of A Coruña:

  1. Caridad Barbosa, Christian. «‘A Bad Impersonation of Myself’: The Identities of Victor Mancini in Chuck Palahniuk´s Choke». Supervisor: Eduardo Barros Grela.
  2. Currás Prada, María Paula. «‘The Mouth Is Just a Body Filled With Imagination’: Experimentation, Hunger and Dreams in Lyn Hejinian’s and Bernadette Mayer’s Language Poetry». Supervisor: José Liste Noya.
  3. Deibe Paz, Alejandro. «The Search for Identity in James Baldwin’s Giovanni’s Room«. Supervisor: José Liste Noya.
  4. Imdad , Kulsoom. «The importance of the Fairy-tale in the work of Tolkien: theory and practice». Supervisor: David Mitchell Clark Mitchell.
  5. Martín Fernández, Pablo. «The Cutlass’s Edge: interpreting the hidden side of Melville’s Billy Budd«. Supervisor: José Liste Noya.
  6. Praga, Martín Jorge. «‘To Be a Yardstick’: Individual Rebellion and Social Conformity in Cathy Park Hong’s Engine Empire«. Supervisora: Begoña Simal González.
  7. Romero Rivera, Emérita. «A Corpus-Based Study of Gender and Use of Amplifiers in Conversation». Supervisora: Isabel Sofía Moskowich-Spiegel Fandiño.
  8. Shu , Jin. «Nature Writing: from Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic to Annie Dillard’s Spiritual Ecology.» Supervisor: José Miguel Alonso Giráldez.
  9. Solla Vilas, Beatriz. «Spaces of Memory: Performing Identity in Travels in the Scriptorium«. Supervisor: Eduardo Barros Grela.

University of Santiago de Compostela:

  1. Raquel Mosquera Chouza. “The influence of the Italian Renaissance in Shakespeare´s Othello and Romeo and Juliet”. Supervisor: José Manuel Barbeito Varela.
  2. Judith González Brea. “Intersection of Gender and (Dis)ability in Sylvia Plath´s The Bell Jar”. Supervisora: Laura Lojo Rodríguez.
  3. Vanesa Lado Pazos. “From Virginia Ambler to Dorinda Oakley: A Comparative Study of Femininity Models in Ellen Glasgow´s Novels”. Supervisor: Constante González Groba.
  4. Ainara García Doval. “Sorority In Rupi Kaur´s milk and honey”. Supervisora: Laura Lojo Rodríguez.
  5. Alba Alejandra Troncoso Graña. “Deirdre Madden’s Early Fiction: Women Artists and Irish Society in Hidden Symptoms and Nothing Is Black”. Supervisora: Margarita Estévez Sáa.
  6. Irene Fernández López. “Body Facets in Éilís Ní Dhuibhne’s ‘The Pale Gold of Alaska’». Supervisora: Manuela Palacios González.
  7. Marcos Hernández González. “’Beneath It All’: A Comparative Study of Silence in Philip Larkin and Harold Pinter”. Supervisor: José Manuel Barbeito Varela.
  8. Sheila Mayo Maneiro. “Ageing and Disability in literature: an analysis of Anne Enright´s The Green Road”. Supervisora: Margarita Estévez Sáa.
  9. Alberto Amoza Dávila. “Shadows over Arda: A Reading of Evil in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion”. Supervisora: Laura Lojo Rodríguez.
  10. Antía Román Sotelo. “’So I write and wait’. Irish literature and Trauma in Jennifer Johnston´s How Many Miles to Babylon?” Supervisora: Laura Lojo Rodríguez.
  11. Sergio Fernández Rodríguez. “Medieval English Queens in Game of Thrones: A Study of the Character of Cersei Lannister”. Supervisora: Cristina Mourón Figueroa.
  12. Jasmine Nihmey Vasdi. “Evolving Ecofeminism: A Climate-Centric Analysis of bell hook´s Appalachian Elegy: Poetry and Place”. Supervisor: Constante González Groba.
  13. Martin Majercik. “Doris Lessing´s African Stories: Intersections of Gender, class and ethnicity”. Supervisora: Manuela Palacios González.
  14. Paula Pampin. “Historical development of phrasal verbs: The verb turn from 1700 to the Present-day as a case in point”. Supervisora: Belén Méndez Naya.
  15. Elba Rego Conde. “’Clarissa Will Have Loved a Woman’: Motherhood and Sexuality in Michael Cunningham’s The Hours”. Supervisora: Laura Lojo Rodríguez.
  16. Domingo Antonio Sabugueiro Avilés. “Animals and Gender in Claire Keegan´s Walk the Blue Fields”. Supervisora: Manuela Palacios González.
  17. Beatriz Abellás Cobas. “’They Can Keep their Red Castle and their Iron Chair as well’. Nations, Nationalism, and Myth in Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire”. Supervisora: Cristina Mourón Figueroa.

University of Vigo:

  1. De la Iglesia Sanjuán, Claudia. «Pitch accent production and placement in English Wh-questions by Galician Spanish speakers: A case study». Supervisora: Rosalía, Rodríguez Vázquez.
  2. Dzigman, Natalia. «Interlanguage, Error Analysis and Second Language Acquisition: A Pilot Study with Spanish Students of English». Supervisora: Rosalía, Rodríguez Vázquez.
  3. Hall, Bethan Ami. «Super Love and Super Loss in a Technological Dystopia: Gary Shteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story (2010) through the Lens of Charlie Brooker’s “Be Right Back”, “Nosedive” and “Smithereens” from the Black Mirror Series (2013-2019)». Supervisor: Jorge L. Bueno Alonso.
  4. Tabuyo Santaclara, Sara. «The Handmaid’s Tale across Adaptation: A Comparative Analysis of Atwood’s Novel (1985) and Miller’s Series (2017) through the Sociopolitical Context of each Publication». Supervisora: Belén Martín Lucas.
  5. Verutina, Anastasia. «Gendered Language in Cosmetics Advertisements». Supervisora: Elena C. Seoane Posse.

2017-2018

University of A Coruña:

  1. Aitor Bouso Gavín. «Atypical women: The feminist dialogics of Lucia Berlin, Lorna Goodison and Grace Paley». Supervisor: Carolina Núñez Puente.
  2. Belén Eiras Reboiras. «Online English dictionaries in the EFL classroom: Students’ and teachers’ perceptions and use.» Supervisor: Elizabeth Woodward.
  3. Borja Carlos Fernández Souto. “Common errors and mistakes in the production and comprehension of Primary Education pupils in English as a Foreign Language”. Supervisor: Elizabeth Woodward Smith.
  4. Sara López Mariño. «10 Cloverfield Lane: Gender and genre subversion through film.» Supervisor: Carolina Núñez Puente.
  5. Cristina Losada Sánchez. «Under his eye»: Power and gender performativity in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Oryx and Crake.» Supervisor: Begoña Simal González.
  6. Beatriz Macías Digón. «The Crying of Lot 49: Reading the world otherwise». Supervisor: José Liste Noya.
  7. Martín Mallo Meilán. «Identities in transit: Space and identity in T. C. Boyle’s The Tortilla Curtain.» Supervisor: Eduardo Barros Grela.
  8. Laura Mato Varela. «Language acquisition and multilingualism: Advantages of a multilingual education.» Supervisor: Alan Floyd Moore.
  9. María Medín Doce. «From subaltern to heroine: Sisterhood and empowerment in Alice Walker’s The Color Purple.» Supervisor: María Frías Rudolphi.

University of Santiago de Compostela:

  1. Idoya Cancelas León. «Exploring verbal complementation profiles in World Englishes. Ditransitive and transfer-caused-motion patterns in Indian and British English»Supervisors: Teresa Fanego and Elena Seoane.
  2. Abel Fernández Aguiar. “The exorcism of Martin Scorsese: A critical analysis of Scorsese’s anti-hero protagonists as alter-egos of the director himself”. Supervisor: Patricia Fra.
  3. Sara González Bernárdez. “The fantasy of the female: Gender construction in the fantasy genre”. Supervisor: Laura M. Lojo Rodríguez.
  4. Ana González Cancela. “Willa Cather’s My Antonia (1918): Gender roles and the American Dream”. Supervisor: Susana Jiménez Placer.
  5. Elena Guerreira Labrador. «Of realism and identity. Sociolinguistic implications in Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South“. Supervisors: Laura Lojo Rodríguez and Mario Cal Varela.
  6. Suzy Henriques Fraga. “A diachronic corpus-based approach to Northern English lexis”. Supervisor: Belén Méndez Naya.
  7. Robin King. “The nature versus nurture debate: how much of language is innate?”. Supervisor: J. Carlos Acuña Fariña.
  8. Duarte López Fernández. “The use of English in Higher Education: the case of the University of Santiago de Compostela”. Supervisor: Javier Fernández Polo.
  9. Alejandra Losada Novoa. “The communicative breakdown in Pink Floyd”. Supervisor: Jorge Sacido Romero.
  10. Lucía Otero Fernández. “A study on the role of women in the Irish society of James Joyce’s Dubliners“. Supervisor: Cristina Mourón Figueroa.
  11. Laura Menéndez Bouzo. “Behind the madwoman in literature: a psychoanalitical approach”. Supervisor: Jorge Sacido Romero.
  12. Sandra Regodeseves López. “Guilt and intertextuality in Ian McEwan’s fiction: Atonement (2001) and Nutshell (2016). Supervisor: Jorge Sacido Romero.
  13. Paula Pérez Zamora. “The intercultural dimension of TEFL in Primary Education”. Supervisors: Susana Doval Suárez and Elsa M. González Álvarez.

University of Vigo:

  1. Dolores Salomé Fernández Amigo. «Morphosyntactic variation in English as a Lingua Franca (ELF)». Supervisor: Elena Seoane.
  2. Alexandre Vázquez Somoza. «Everyone deserves a great love story: Representations of queerness in American YA literature». Supervisor: Belén Martín Lucas.
  3. Antonio Ángel Vílchez Valdivia. «Teaching English through board games». Supervisor: Rosa Alonso Alonso.

2016-2017

University of A Coruña:

  1. Carolina Álvarez Otero. “Not like her: Trauma and motherhood in Edwidge Danticat’s Breath, Eyes, Memory and Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club«. Supervisor: María Frías Rudolphi.
  2. Anabella Soledad Barsaglini Castro. “WHAT: When humans are transcending. A corpus-based study”. Supervisor: Isabel Moskowich-Spiegel.
  3. Elena Canido Muiño. “Creative muse: The young female artist and the role of arts in women’s Künstlerromans”. Supervisor: María Frías Rudolphi.
  4. Raquel Fernández Uría. “All the way through: Transgression in Jim Henson’s Labyrinth“. Supervisor: Eduardo Barros Grela.
  5. Tamara Mariño Díaz. “The American bandstand era: The representation of the African-American community in Shankman’s Hairspray”. Supervisor: José Liste Noya.
  6. Ana Martínez Carrera. “Interference in translation. A study on the uses of argumentative linkers in English translations from Spanish”. Supervisor: Isabel Moskowich-Spiegel.
  7. Raquel Martínez Neira. “’Real or not real?’ Exploring gender in Suzanne Collins’s The Hunger Games trilogy”. Supervisor: María Frías Rudolphi.
  8. María Ángeles Porto Prado. “Multiple intelligences and growth mindset development in the foreign language classroom: A field study with secondary school students”. Supervisor: Elizabeth Anne Woodward Smith.
  9. Vanesa Vázquez Novo. “Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald’s short stories: A reflection of her artistic aspirations and frustrations”. Supervisor: José Liste Noya.

University of Santiago de Compostela:

  1. Magdalena Bakowska. «Semantic change and intensification: A study of four fear-related adjectives». Supervisor: Belén Méndez Naya.
  2. Leticia García Barreiro. «Intersections of race and gender in Harper Lee’s fiction». Supervisor: Constante González Groba.
  3. Sandra Gómez Garrido. «We take care of our own: Representations of the common man in Steinbeck and Springsteen». Supervisor: Patricia Fra López.
  4. Adrián González Álvarez. «Masculinities under pressure. Analysis of Raymond Carver’s male characters». Supervisor: Laura Lojo Rodríguez.
  5. Yin Li. «An analysis of Doris Lessing’s The grass is singing from the perspective of postcolonial feminism”. Supervisor: José Manuel Barbeito Varela.
  6. Nerea López Montero. «Historicity vs fiction in Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander». Supervisor: Cristina Mourón Figueroa.
  7. Lúa López Pomar. «Invented lives: The case of Zelda Fitzgerald in biography, fiction and TV». Supervisor: Patricia Fra López.
  8. Tania Nogareda Couselo. «Word frequency in British advertising: verbs and adjectives». Supervisor: Mª Teresa Sánchez Roura.
  9. Rubén Pérez Vilas. «The characterization of aristocracy at the turn of the century: Continental and transatlantic literary perspectives». Supervisor: Margarita Estévez Saá.
  10. Lorena Ribao Camba. «Content and Language Integrated Learning in Spain. An analysis of the Galician situation». Supervisor: Ignacio Palacios Martínez.
  11. Raúl Río Fernández. «Exploring the parallels between ontogenetic and diachronic grammaticalization: The emerging modal wanna in American English as a case in point». Supervisor: Mª José López Couso.
  12. Yonay Rodríguez Rodríguez. «A study of classroom interactions in a multicultural context». Supervisor: Mario Cal Varela.

University of Vigo:

  1. María Mallo Alfonso. «Phonology in eighteenth-century English dictionaries: Variation and change in long vowels». Supervisor: Nuria Yáñez Bouza.
  2. Nair Melo Pazos. «‘Low standards’ and the National Curriculum in Primary  Education in the UK». Supervisor: Nuria Yáñez Bouza.
  3. Raquel Pereira Romasanta. «Synchronic variation in clausal complementation: The case of regret in British and American English». Supervisor: Elena Seoane.
  4. Adriana Pérez Pazo. «Write-wrote-written? Verb forms in the preterite and participle in schoolchildren’s writings». Supervisor: Nuria Yáñez Bouza.
  5. Jennifer Rivas González. «Growing up hybrid: Narratives of Asian girlhood in English-speaking diasporas». Supervisor: Belén Martín Lucas.
  6. Estrela Rivas López. «Protection vs. liberation: The sex wars of the 80s in the 21st century and the postfeminism of today through the analysis of HBO’s Girls«. Supervisor: Belén Martín Lucas.
  7. Carla Seabra Dacosta. «Epistolary writing in the eighteenth century: Terms of address and self-corrections». Supervisor: Nuria Yáñez Bouza.

2015-2016

University of A Coruña:

  1. Laura de las Mercedes Buján Sánchez. “Pragmatic competence in Spanish students of EFL: Making requests and apologies”. Supervisor: Elizabeth Woodward Smith.
  2. Malgorzata Ewa Chmielewska. “Content marketing as ideology. A Critical Discourse Analysis approach”. Supervisor: Begoña Crespo García.
  3. Alba Díaz Pérez. “Feminism and humor in Lorrie Moores’s short stories”. Supervisor: Carolina Núñez Puente.
  4. Roberto Gutiérrez Vázquez. “The Dublin of Joyce: Analysis of Dubliners”. Supervisor: Antonio Raúl de Toro Santos.
  5. Seán Keane. “People never notice anything: Exploring Holden’s apparent mental disorder and estrangement with parental figures”. Supervisor: Eduardo Barros Grela.
  6. Rebeca Martínez Trigo. “Exploring Linda’s identity formation in Monique Truong’s Bitter in the Mouth”. Supervisor: Begoña Simal González.
  7. Natalia Paz Outumuro. “Verbing in spoken and written discourse across time”. Supervisor: Isabel Moskowich-Spiegel Fandiño.
  8. María Esther Rabuñal Bermúdez. “Redemption through the Blues: Shug Avery, Mary Agnes [‘Squeak’] and Billie Holiday”. Supervisor: María Frías Rudolphi.
  9. Bhavna Vasnani Vasnani. “Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple: An analysis and comparative depiction of female characters in the novels and television series”. Supervisor: David Clark Mitchell.

University of Santiago de Compostela: 

  1. Mónica Junquera Areas Pérez. “Gender and identity in Irish Contemporary fiction”. Supervisor: Manuela Susana Domínguez Pena.
  2. Martín Fernández Fernández. “The apprenticeship of  the Hemingway hero in The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell To Arms, and For Whom the Bell Tolls”. Supervisor: Constante González Groba.
  3. Tania Figueiras Campos. “Creating an alter-ego and a hero: Perry Smith in Richard Brooks’s film adaptation of Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood”. Supervisor: Patricia Fra López.
  4. Pablo García Álvarez. “Forensic Linguistics: The case of real life and movie interrogations». Supervisor: María de los Ángeles Gómez González.
  5. Carmen González Varela. “George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four: Revolution, sexuality, and the body of the female antiheroine”. Supervisor: Laura Lojo Rodríguez.
  6. Regina Martínez Ponciano. “The sign of the Wildean four: Analyzing Oscar Wilde’s presence in Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes”. Supervisor: Jorge Sacido Romero.
  7. Jorge Rodríguez Durán. “Urban tales: Women’s imaginaries in Irish Short Fiction about The Troubles”. Supervisor: Manuela Palacios González.

University of Vigo:

  1. Sara Albán García. “Transliteration and analysis of a Late Middle English manuscript: Prick of Conscience MS 50”. Supervisor: Nuria Yáñez Bouza.
  2. Manuel Bea Pintos. “The Cthulhu mythos and the unspeakable”. Supervisor: Martín Urdiales Shaw.
  3. Martyna Bubacz. “L1 influence on the usage of English verb tenses: A case study of Polish and Spanish speakers”. Supervisor: Rosalía Rodríguez Vázquez.

2014-2015

University of A Coruña:

  1. Verónica-Mirela Apostol. “William Shakespeare in popular culture: Franco Zeffirelli and Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptations of Romeo and Juliet”. Supervisor: David Clark Mitchell.
  2. Ana López Pampín. “Geography and involvement: A linguistic analysis of women’s discourse”. Supervisor: Isabel Moskowich-Spieguel Fandiño.
  3. Inés López-Sors Vázquez. “Living in rapture: Cultural perspectives and narrative techniques in the Bioshock Saga. Supervisor: Eduardo Barros Grela.
  4. Lucía Vázquez Martínez. “Primary education textbooks and their adequacy to LOMCE: A corpus-based study on lexical skills”. Supervisor: Isabel Moskowich-Spiegel Fandiño.

University of Santiago de Compostela:

  1. Khawla Abed Albadi Abbas Al-Tawarh. “Euphemisms for death in Arabic-Jordanian and American English: A comparative study”. Supervisor: Luis Iglesias Rábade.
  2. Noelia Castro Chao. “Changes in argument structure: Developments in impersonal constructions since Late Middle English. A preliminary corpus-based study”. Supervisor: Teresa Fanego.
  3. Alba Dono Costoya. “Re-establishment of English in writing, 1300-1500”. Supervisor: Luis Iglesias Rábade.
  4. Andrea Jamardo Seijo. “Maya Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings in terms of race and gender”. Supervisor: Susana Jiménez Placer.
  5. Alicia Martínez Aguín. “Language, gender and identity in Julia Álvarez’s How the García Girls Lost Their Accents”. Supervisor: Susana Jiménez Placer.
  6. Angela Martínez Fachal. “Bards of the Nation: Eduardo Pondal and W.B. Yeats”. Supervisor: Margarita Estévez Sáa.
  7. Daniela Beatriz Pettersson Traba. “A preliminary corpus-based diachronic analysis of the behavioural profile of a set of near-synonyms in American English”. Supervisor: María José López Couso.
  8. Naara Queiruga Domínguez. “Segregation in Alice Childress’s Like One of the Family”. Supervisor: Susana Jiménez Placer.
  9. Irene Vilariño Martínez. “Bobbie Ann Mason’s The Nancy Culpepper Stories: Region, writing, and identity”. Supervisor: Constante González Groba.
  10. Marta Yáñez Castiñeira. “Women and ‘The Troubles’: Trauma and memory in Deirdre Madden’s One By One in the Darkness”. Supervisor: Margarita Estévez Sáa.

University of Vigo:

  1. Martyna Bubacz. “L1 Influence on the acquisition of English verb tenses: A case study of Polish and Spanish speakers”. Supervisor: Rosalía Rodríguez Vázquez.
  2. Marta Bukowska. “English in brand naming in the streets of Vigo. A sociolinguistic study of opinions and attitudes”. Supervisor: Nuria Yáñez Bouza.
  3. Tania González González. “Female characters in the Arthurian Cycle and their representation in John Boorman’s Excalibur (1981) and Terry Gilliam’s The Fisher King (1991)”. Supervisor: Jorge L. Bueno Alonso.
  4. Pedro Nogueira Chapela. “Ain’t never gonna be what it was: The social failure of post-industrial capitalism through The Wire’s Season Two”. Supervisor: Jorge L. Bueno Alonso.
  5. Diana Ramos Soto. “O Henry’s New York Stories: Urban social classes at the turn of the 20th Century”. Supervisor: Martín Urdiales Shaw.
  6. Raquel Sánchez Monterde. “An ‘unfinished tale’ of the Matter of Britain?: J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fall of Arthur and its contribution to his mythology for England.” Supervisor: Jorge L. Bueno Alonso.
  7. Adriana Taboada González. “Gollum vs. The Gollum: Ring-bearing, duality & inner conflict and their narrative centrality in J.R.R. Tolkien’s (and Peter Jackson’s) The Lord of the Rings.” Supervisor: Jorge L. Bueno Alonso.

2013-2014

University of A Coruña:

  1. Verónica Baldomir Pardiñas. “Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Americanah: (Re)opening a conversation about race and beauty”. Supervisor: María Frías Rudolphi.
  2. Verónica Goimil Vilacoba. “James Joyce in translation: Colloquialisms, vulgarisms and idiomatic and cultural expressions in the Spanish and Galician versions of Ulysses. Supervisor: José Miguel Alonso Giráldez.
  3. Antti Pekka Nykänen. “The culture of crisis”. Supervisor: José Manuel Estévez Saá.
  4. Cristian Pernas Rubal. “Deconstructing Romantic (and other) conventions through Atwood’s and Munro’s short stories”. Supervisor: Carolina Núñez Puente.
  5. Brais Romero Gómez. “Postmodern elements in Tarantino’s soundtrack”. Supervisor: Eduardo Barros Grela.
  6. Carolina Celeste Valenzuela Zúñiga. “Blend formation: A cognitive approach”. Supervisor: Begoña Crespo García.

University of Santiago de Compostela: 

  1. Mikel Bermello Isusi. «The ability to cope with death in the American war novel: From WWI to Iraq». Supervisor: Constante González Groba.
  2. Iago Boán Francis. «Literary portraits of King Richard III: History and fiction in William Shakespeare’s play and Sharon Penman’s The Sunne in Splendour«. Supervisor: Cristina Mourón Figueroa.
  3. Mirian Buján Vigo. «Beauty blogs in English and Spanish: A contrastive multimodal analysis». Supervisor: Mª de los Ángeles Gómez González.
  4. Ana Díaz Rodríguez. «Female aging in Doris Lessing’s The Diaries of Jane Sommers». Supervisor: Margarita Estévez Sáa.
  5. Iria de Dios Flores. «Constructional networks and relations among constructions. Relative clauses as a case in point». Supervisor: J. Carlos Acuña Fariña.
  6. Juan de Dios Liria Marrero. «The Placage system and the tragic mulatto in the fiction of George Washington Cable and Anne Rice». Supervisor: Constante González Groba.
  7. Raquel Facorro Souto. «Paul Auster’s Travels in the Scriptorium«. Supervisor: Laura Lojo Rodríguez.
  8. Esther Gómez López. «Family loss in Joyce Carol Oates’s fiction». Supervisor: Susana Jiménez Placer.
  9. Paula Márquez Caamaño. «Interactivity and opportunism in agreement operations: An experimental study on the production of subject-verb agreement in English and Spanish». Supervisor: J. Carlos Acuña Fariña.
  10. Jorge Mediero Veira. “True Detective by Nic Pizzolatto: An analysis of the figure of the investigator and the detective story from Poe to Film Noir”. Supervisor: Patricia Fra López.
  11. Inmaculada Pérez Casal. «Women as mentors: The importance of female interrelationships in Lisa Kleypas’ Travis series». Supervisor: Patricia Fra López.
  12. Lara Pinto Pérez. «Defining ‘steampunk’ as genre: Creating a past that never existed». Supervisor: Laura Lojo Rodríguez.
  13. Leticia Prieto Vázquez. «Rewriting female myths in Irish and Galician women’s poetry». Supervisor: Manuela Palacios González.
  14. Marta Regueira Vázquez. «New technologies in the teaching of English in Spain. Students’ and teachers’ views». Supervisor: Ignacio Palacios Martínez.
  15. Santiago José Resúa Muñiz. «A revolutionary in the chair of St Peter? Ideology and power relations in Pope Francis’ discourse». Supervisor: Mª de los Ángeles Gómez González.

University of Vigo:

  1. Sara Martínez Martínez. «Gender, sexuality and humour in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The  Canterbury Tales«. Supervisor: Jorge Figueroa Dorrego.
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