CONVOCATORIA PRÁCTICAS iMAES 2022-2023

Click here for the internships available in 2022-2023 and the competencies and skills acquired at each organisation.

See the Call for Applications corresponding to the current academic year

 

Further information about the practicum here

NETEC SEMINAR SERIES ON INTERSECTIONAL VULNERABILITIES II: «WRITERS’ VOICES IN TIMES OF CRISIS»

The NETEC  Research Group  is pleased to announce the second SEMINAR of the series on INTERSECTIONAL VULNERABILITIESFunded by IDAES-UVigoNETEC SEMINAR SERIES ON INTERSECTIONAL VULNERABILITIES II: «WRITERS’ VOICES IN TIMES OF CRISIS»“Why Wallow in the Mire?: The Uses of Waste in US Film and Literature”Begoña Simal (Universidade da Coruña)25 October, Tuesday:16hFFT-Room B4A“Womanimal Vulnerabilities in Contemporary Irish Poetry”Manuela Palacios González (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)3 November, Thursday:12hFFT-Room B2The seminars are in-person events open to students of the PhD and MA programmes (IDAES and IMAES) co-organised by Research Group NETEC and Research  Project INTRUTHS 2 PID2020-114776GB-I00 MCIN/AEI, with the collaboration of  Research Projects LYG 2 PID2019-106798GB-I00 MCIN/AEI and ANITROP PGC2018-093545-B- I00 MCIU/AEI/FEDER, UE Funded by IDAES Uvigo.

 

Inauguración «Unha imaxe e mil palabras», Facultade de Filoloxía, xoves día 29 de setembro ás 12.00 horas

Inauguración «Unha imaxe e mil palabras», Facultade de Filoloxía, xoves día 29 de setembro ás 12.00 horas.

É un pracer poder convidarvos á inauguración da exposición de carteis “Unha imaxe e mil palabras”, inscrita na sección de exposicións temporais do programa Contornos, de atención a ámbitos externos relacionados coa cultura e a sociedade.

A mostra é un exemplo da importancia de utilizar o discurso visual para comunicármonos de xeito máis efectivo. Supón o primeiro proxecto expositivo de Jorge Rodríguez Durán como artista gráfico e deseñador.

A mostra, que será inaugurada o vindeiro xoves, día 29 de setembro, ás 12.00 no segundo andar da Facultade de Filoloxía, poderá visitarse no primeiro e segundo andar da facultade entre os días 29 de setembro e 30 de novembro de 2022.

Agardamos a vosa presenza.

Recibide un saúdo cordial,

O Equipo Decanal (Facultade de Filoloxía, USC)

 

Folleto: Unha imaxe e mil palabras

 

Seminario «Ricardo III e a Europa do século XV»

Os vindeiros días 4 e 5 de outubro ás 18.15 na aula C11 terá lugar a celebración dun seminario titulado Ricardo III e a Europa do século XV para celebrar o 570 aniversario do nacemento deste monarca inglés (1452-1485).

O martes día 4 impartiranse dúas conferencias sobre o monarca e o seu contexto histórico europeo e o mércores día 5 terá lugar unha charla sobre a arte do combate medieval cunha demonstración práctica (ver cartaz adxunto). O xoves 13 de outubro, aqueles/as que o desexen poderán participar nas prácticas de esgrima medieval en grupos máis reducidos.

Para asistir ás actividades (incluindo as dos grupos reducidos o xoves día 13), é necesario rexistrarse no seguinte enlace ou no código QR que se pode escanear no cartaz: https://forms.gle/Vk3CmyPCZ7dthTQW8

O seminario é de libre acceso.

Estades todos/as cordialmente invitados a participar. 

O seminario está organizado polo grupo de investigación Discurso e Identidade (ED431C 2019/01) do Departamento de Filoloxía Inglesa e Alemá da Facultade.

39th ELC Research Seminar y Presentación de LinGloDixing (online)

Nos complace anunciaros dos eventos próximos (online):

-Presentación del Programa agrupado de Investigación e Xestión da USC LinGloDixing (‘Linguaxe, multilingüismo, globalización e dixitalización, con especial referencia á lingua inglesa’; véase cartel adjunto):

Fecha y hora: lunes, 10 de octubre, 16:30 – 17:00, via Microsoft Teams.

 

-39 Seminario de Investigación de la red ENGLISH LINGUISTICS CIRCLE:

Fecha y hora: lunes, 10 de octubre, 17:00 – 18:30, via Microsoft Teams 

Conferenciante invitado: Prof. Dr. Daniel Schreier (Universidad de Zurich)

Título: “Multiple modality in World Englishes: Perspectives from dialect typology” 

 

La inscripción es gratuita, pero necesaria; puede efectuarse cumplimentando el siguiente formulario online: https://forms.gle/pRKc8pfeacuXz7Bk9

 

Uno o dos días antes del seminario, los asistentes que se hayan inscrito recibirán el enlace para conectarse (así como un certificado de asistencia posteriormente).

 

Los seminarios de investigación ELC están destinados a alumn@s de postgrado, a miembros de los Departamentos de Filología Inglesa y a tod@s aquell@s interesad@s en la lingüística.

 

TFM: Oportunidade de setembro de 2022– Convocatorias de defensa pública 

[Cada un dos tribunais propostos conta co preceptivo membro suplente, aínda que non se indica nesta relación.]

 

UDC 

Prazo de solicitude de defensa aberto ata o 12/09/2022

https://www.udc.es/export/sites/udc/filo/_galeria_down/mestrados/TFM/2021_2022/MIEIA_TFM_2021_2022_Convocatoria_ordinaria_Datas_de_entrega_e_defensa.report.pdf_2063069239.pdf

 

USC 

1) Título: The Ghosts of the Northern Irish Troubles: Dealing with Trauma in Society and in the Arts. 

Autor: Martín Blanco Rodríguez

Titora: Margarita Estévez Saá

Tribunal:

Presidenta: Laura Mª Lojo Rodríguez

Secretaria: Noemí Pereira Ares

Vocal: Cristina Mourón Figueroa

Suplente: Jorge Sacido Romero

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: venres, 16 de setembro, ás 11:00 horas, Aula D07

 

2) Título: Twitter biographies and the presentation of self: a sociolinguistics on “traditional language” relevance on social media 

Autor: Matteo Cusin

Titora: María de los Ángeles Gómez González

Tribunal:

Presidenta: Laura Mª Lojo Rodríguez

Secretario: Noemí Pereira Ares

Vocal: Margarita Estévez Saá

Suplente: Susana Jiménez Placer

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: mércores, 7 de setembro de 2022, ás 10:00, Aula B03

 

3) Título: An ecolinguistic approach to stance constructions in The Coronavirus Corpus: A pilot study 

Autor: Jorge Fernández Avilés

Titoras: Mª José López Couso e Mª Belén Méndez Naya

Tribunal:

Presidente: Teresa Fanego Lema

Secretario: Susana Doval Suárez

Vocal: Ignacio Palacios Martínez

Suplente: Elsa González Álvarez

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: luns, 12 de setembro de 2022, ás 13:00, Aula D15

Symposium “Race and the Body: The Legacy of Slavery”, 5-6 Sept. 2022

Dear students and colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to attend and participate in the sessions of the symposium “Race and the Body: The Legacy of Slavery”, organized and funded by the research project USRACEBODY, PGC2018-095687-B-I00, and the research group “Discourse and Identity” (DI-1924 ED431C, 2019/001), to be held at the Faculty of Philology of the USC on September 5-6, 2022.

The event will be exclusively onsite.

The symposium will consist of 4 plenaries and 8 shorter lectures, all followed by questions and debate.

The symposium is especially aimed at postgraduate students interested in literature and culture, although undergraduates with a special interest are also welcome.

Registration is free but required. Please find the registration form at https://forms.office.com/r/cFJY5hJZf1 

Certificates will be issued to those who register and attend the sessions.

We look forward to seeing you at the event.

TFM: Oportunidade de xullo de 2022– Convocatorias de defensa pública

[Cada un dos tribunais propostos conta co preceptivo membro suplente, aínda que non se indica nesta relación.]

 

UDC

 

1) Corbalán Labora, Valentina Sofía. Diasporic Identity, Gender, and Representation: A Comparative Study of Chinese American Women in The Joy Luck Club and The Farewell 

Titora: Begoña Simal González

Tribunal:

Presidente: María Begoña Crespo García

Secretario: Carolina Núñez Puente

Vocal: Carlos Juan Gómez Blanco

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: martes, 5 de xullo de 2022, ás 10:00. Sala 3 (Seamus Heaney)

 

2) Dixon, Keah Amy. Projecting Galician Culture in English: Ethics and Strategies in the Anglophone Translation of ‘Os libros arden mal’. 

Titor: José Manuel Estévez-Saá

Tribunal:

Presidente: María Begoña Crespo García

Secretario: Carolina Núñez Puente

Vocal: Carlos Juan Gómez Blanco

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: martes, 5 de xullo de 2022, ás 10:30. Sala 3 (Seamus Heaney)

 

 

USC

 

Chen, Danyi. Exploring the Complexity of Love: Sally Rooney’s Novels through the Generic Lens of Romantic Fiction

Titora: Laura Mª Lojo Rodríguez

Tribunal:

Presidenta: Manuela Palacios González

Secretaria: Noemí Pereira Ares

Vocal: Jorge Sacido Romero

 Data, hora e lugar de defensa: luns, 11de xullo de 2022, ás 10:30, MS Teams

 

Egea Castañeda, Samuel. Posthumanism in the Fashion Industry: On Human Animals and Cyborgs

Titoras: Margarita Estévez Saá e Noemí Pereira Ares

Tribunal:

Presidenta: Laura Mª Lojo Rodríguez

Secretario: Jorge Sacido Romero

Vocal: Manuela Palacios González

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: mércores, 20 de xullo de 2022, ás 12:00, Sala de Traballo de Inglés (303)

 

3) Fernández Naveiro, María Luísa. Learner translation corpora: the MUST project

Titor: Francisco Javier Fernández Polo

Tribunal:

Presidente: Ignacio Palacios Martínez

Secretario: Mario Cal Varela

Vocal: Belén Méndez Naya

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: venres, 15 de xullo de 2022, ás 17:00, Aula B10

 

4) Suárez Álvarez, María. A Woman’s Place in the Struggle: A Post-Colonial Analysis and Feminist Study of Milkman by Anna Burns

Titora: Manuela Palacios González

Tribunal:

Presidenta: Laura Mª Lojo Rodríguez

Secretaria: Noemí Pereira Ares

Vocal: Margarita Estévez Saá

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: mércores, 20 de xullo de 2022, ás 10:00, Aula B10

 

5) Sarmiento Fernández, Rafael Andrés. Colonialism and Imperialism in Comic Book Films

Titora: Cristina Mourón Figueroa

Tribunal:

Presidente: Constante González Groba

Secretaria: Susana Jiménez Placer

Vocal: Manuela Palacios González

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: mércores, 6 de xullo de 2022, ás 11:00, Aula D03

 

 

UVigo

1) Rodríguez Insua, Beatriz. Temptation, Seduction, Female Tropes and

Sexualization: A case-study of the Femme Fatale Archetype in Visual Narratives

Titor: Jorge Luis Bueno Alonso

Tribunal:

Presidente: Jorge Figueroa Dorrego

Secretario:  Jorge Luis Bueno Alonso

Vocal: Araceli González Crespán

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: 26th July 2022 at 13h, Room TBA

 

2) Rodríguez Diéguez, Iago. Gendered Representations of the City: A Discussion of

Dublin in Keith Ridgway’s The Long Falling

Titora: M.  Teresa Caneda Cabrera

Tribunal:

Presidente: Martín Urdiales Shaw

Secretario: Jorge Figueroa Dorrego

Vocal: Araceli González Crespán

Data, hora e lugar de defensa:  27/07/2022 FFT, Salón de graos, 11h

 

3) Del Río González, Lucía. THE DIGITALIZATION OF FEMINIZATION IN CYBERFEMINIST ART: AN ANALYSIS OF THE ARTISTIC MANIFESTATIONS OF VNS MATRIX,

SUBROSA AND LABORIA CUBONIKS BETWEEN 1990-2020

Titora: Araceli González Crespán

Tribunal:

Presidente: Martín Urdiales Shaw

Secretario: Jorge Figueroa Dorrego

Vocal:  Araceli González Crespán

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: 26 July 2022, FFT, 11.00 h

 

4) Castro Fontao, Mariña. Gendering the Coquette in Female-authored English Fiction of the Eighteenth Century

Titor: Jorge Figueroa Dorrego

Tribunal:

Presidente: Martín Urdiales Shaw

Secretario: Jorge Figueroa Dorrego

Vocal: Araceli González Crespán

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: 26 de xullo de 2022, ás 12.00, na aula B4B da Facultade de Filoloxía e Tradución.

 

5) Castro Vázquez, Celia. “My dear Mary…ever affectionate and sincerely yours” Norms and Use of Address Forms in the Late Eighteenth Century

Titora: Nuria Yáñez Bouza

Tribunal:

Presidenta: Dolores González Álvarez

Secretaria: Nuria Yáñez Bouza

Vocal: Elena Seoane Posse

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: venres, 22 de xullo de 2022, ás 09:30, no Salón de Graos (B3)

 

6) Orlova, Olesia. A Comparative Analysis of “Crime” in Present-Day English, Russian and Ukranian

Titora: Rosalía Rodríguez Vázquez

Tribunal:

Presidenta: Esperanza Rama Martínez

Secretaria: Rosalía Rodríguez Vázquez

Vocal: Dolores González Álvarez

Data, hora e lugar de defensa: venres, 22 de xullo de 2022, ás 16:00, no Salón de Graos (B3)

 

 

 

IWoDA’22: Digital Technologies and Gaming

IWoDA’22 «Digital Technologies and GAming: Implications and Applications for Language Use, Teaching and Learning»

 

7 & 8 July, 2022

Faculty of Philolgy (USC) / MS Teams

 

Further information: https://iwoda.es 

«Mapping Brevity across Borders» CONFERENCE

Conference «Mapping Brevity across Borders: Short Forms as Tools for Educational, Social and Cultural Mediation»

4 & 5 July, 2022

Faculty of Philology (USC)

 

Further information: https://discursoeidentidade.com/?page_id=4282


‘Soundscapes: Cartografías Sensoriais e Paisaxes Sonoras’
lugar: Facultade de CC da Comunicación (Sala de Visionado 1)
data: xoves, 16 de xuño de 2022
Neste evento participan membros dos diversos grupos de investigación Discurso e Identidade, ANTE, D&I, EPISTEME, GEA, HAAYDU, TLLC.
Estades tod@s cordialmente convidad@s a participar, aínda que cómpre inscribirse previamente no seguinte formulario:  https://forms.gle/75jia46Y1oiZwo8D6
Haberá certificacións acreditativas de asistencia.

38th ELC Research Seminar

On behalf of the research network ENGLISH LINGUISTICS CIRCLE (ELC), I am pleased to announce the 38th ELC Research Seminar (online). Details follow here:

 

Date and time: Tuesday 21 June 2022, 5:00 – 6:30 pm (CET), via Microsoft Teams

Speaker: Dr. M. Carmen Parafita Couto (University of Vigo & Leiden University)

Title of talk: “Uniformity and variability in code-switching across multilingual communities  

Abstract: attached

Convenor: Dr. Rosalía Rodríguez Vázquez (UVigo)

 

Registration is free but required. The registration form can be found at:

https://forms.gle/qMsN8RD9uA2Zhee17

 

Upon registration, a link will be sent to registered attendees the day before the seminar. Certificates will be issued.

ELC seminars are intended for members of staff and MA and PhD students at Departments of English and, more generally, for anyone interested in Linguistics.

 SEMINAR «Women’s Voices in Context of Conflict»

The NETEC  Research Group http://netec.webs.uvigo.es/en is pleased to announce the first SEMINAR of the series ON INTERSECTIONAL VULNERABILITIES:

                                 «Women’s Voices in Context of Conflict»MAY 9/ FACULTADE DE FILOLOXÍA e TRADUCIÓN/Universidade de Vigo12.00 h ROOM B5Miriam López-Rodríguez (Universidad de Málaga): Women Writing War: War as Presented by American Women Playwrights13.00 h ROOM B1Imelda Martín Junquera (Universidad de León): Ecofeminism in the Borderlands: Minoritized Communities*This is an in-person event

English Linguistics Seminar 37 (ELC37)

We are pleased to announce the 37th ELC Research Seminar (online). Details follow here:
Date and time: Monday 9 May 2022, 5:00 – 6:30 pm (CET), via Microsoft Teams
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Christian Mair (University of Freiburg)
Title of talk: Global Naijá, Global Patois: Migration, Media and the Emergence of Pidgin and Creole-Based Informal Epicentres.
Registration is free, but required. The registration form can be found at: https://forms.gle/G4UNDgmLY5iuriEq6
Upon registration, a link will be sent to registered attendees the day before the seminar. Certificates will be issued. ELC seminars are intended for members of staff and MA and PhD students at Departments of English and, more generally, for anyone interested in Linguistics.
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Brief profile:
 
Prof. Dr. Christian Mair is Full Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Freiburg. He has contributed to the creation of several linguistic corpora (including FLOB and FROWN, ARCHER, and ICE-Jamaica, a subcorpus of the International Corpus of English). His research has focused on the corpus-based description of Present-day English and the study of regional variability and the ongoing processes of language change in selected standard and non-standard varieties. His publications include several monographs, and a huge number of articles in scholarly journals and anthologies. Further information on his publications, research and projects: https://p4test18.uni-freiburg.de/academic-sections/linguistics/lsmair

36th ELC Research Seminar (online).

 

Date and time: Monday 4 April 2022, 5:00 – 6:30 pm (CET), via Microsoft Teams

Speaker: Dr. Mario Serrano-Losada (Complutense University of Madrid)

Title of talk: “Meaning in the making: the expression of surprise in the history of English”

 

Registration is free but required. The registration form can be found at:

 

https://forms.gle/eySGPytVmFvHEf2E9

 

Upon registration, a link will be sent to registered attendees the day before the seminar. Certificates will be issued.

ELC seminars are intended for members of staff and MA and PhD students at Departments of English and, more generally, for anyone interested in Linguistics.

    

Brief profile:

Mario Serrano-Losada is an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of English Studies at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). A graduate in Spanish Philology (2010, University of Salamanca) and English Philology (2012, University of Salamanca), he holds an MA in Linguistics from the University of Barcelona (2011) and a PhD from the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC, 2018), which he completed on funding from a FPU grant (2013-2017).  

Before joining UCM, Mario Serrano-Losada held a teaching position at the University of Cantabria (2018) and a postdoc position at the University of Santiago de Compostela (grant ED481B 2018/041, Regional Government of Galicia), which enabled him to carry out research as a visiting scholar at the University of Edinburgh (2018-2019).

His main field of research is language variation and change, which he approaches from the standpoint of cognitive and usage-based linguistics. Amongst other things, he has been particularly interested in the study of the emergence and development of evidential and mirative constructions, both in English and Spanish.  

His work has been published in journals like English Language and Linguistics (CUP), the Review of Cognitive Linguistics (Benjamins) or the Journal of Historical Linguistics (Benjamins), and he is Section Editor for Historical Linguistics and Pragmatics of the peer-reviewed journal Open Linguistics (De Gruyter).

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