Old English/Anglo-Saxon Old Norse-Icelandic Old French Old Saxon Germanic Philology Historiography Linguistics Philology
Professor of Romance Philology at Universidad de Valladolid
Linguistics, American Studies, Italian Studies, Germanic Philology
Ph.D. in Spanish Philology. Researching in Literature, libraries, archives and Digital Humanities.
metaphor and phraseology, corpus linguistics, lexicology/lexicography, philology, Germanic languages, medieval studies, ecocriticism, digital humanities/editing
Medieval reception of Antiquity; material philology; medieval and early modern translation; text and image studies; memory studies; gender and genre; film medievalisms
…ral Production (Routledge, 1997)
Textual Intercourse: Collaboration, Authorship, and Sexualities in Renaissance Drama (Cambridge University Press, 1997)
“Philology’s Queer Children: Imitation, Authorship, and Shakespeare’s ‘Natural’ Language.” Colloquy: Shakespeare and Cervantes Then and Now. Curated Rola…
Early modern English literature and culture, Renaissance drama including Shakespeare, premodern history of sexuality and gender, textual editing, philology, history of authorship and collaboration
Literary and cultural theory; versions of the 18th century; categories (such as author, periodization, philology, theory, & institution) that condition our understandings of what we do.
…logna in Foreign Languages and Literatures (German and Dutch)
2013-2016 MA’s at the University of Pisa (110 cum laude) in Historical Linguistics with a thesis in Germanic Philology
2017-2021 PhD candidate in Linguistics at Ghent University…
I am a PhD candidate at Ghent University, Belgium. I have a background in historical linguistics and Germanic Philology and I am currently working on dative experiencers in Old Frisian in a historical and comparative perspective.
Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Greek and Latin at Catholic University of America. Dissertating on “Callimachus and Callimacheanism in the Poetry of Gregory of Nazianzus.” Also interested in Origen of Alexandria, Greek Manuscripts, Textual Criticism, and Digital Philology.