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MemberDavid Amelang

…Universidad Autónoma De Madrid…
…§  Researcher and member of the Management Support Team for the project “América en Madrid: Patrimonios interconectados e impacto turístico en la Comunidad de Madrid”, financed by the Autonomous Community of Madrid and directed by Antonio Álvarez-Ossorio at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid: January 2020-December 2022, Madrid (Spain) (reference number: h2019/hum5694)
§  Researcher and member of the Management Support Team for the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action project “Failure: Reversing the Genealogies of Unsuccess, 16th–19th Centuries”, financed by the European Commission as part of the H2020-MSCA-RISE-2018 project call and directed by Antonio Álvarez-Ossorio at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid: May 2019-April 2023, Madrid (Spain) (grant number: 823998)
§  Member of the research team for the project “Towards a New Aesthetics of Elizabethan Poetry: Critical Reassessments and New Editions of Neglected Work”, financed by Spain’s National Research Agency (MINECO) and directed by Zenón Luis Martínez at the Universidad de Huelva: January 2018-December 2021, Huelva (Spain) (reference number: ffi2017-82269-p)
§  Member of the research team for the project “EMOTHE: Teatro europeo de los s…
…2007-2011: B.A. in English Philology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
2012-2013: M.A. in Early Modern English Literature, King’s College London
2013-2016: Ph.D in Text and Event in Early Modern Europe, Freie Universität Berlin and University of Kent…

I am an Assistant Professor of English Literature at the Department of English Studies of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. I also currently serve on the board of directors of the Madrid Institute for Advanced Study (MIAS). My research focuses on the study of early modern drama, and more specifically on the comparison between the dramatic literature and theatrical cultures of Shakespearean England and Golden Age Spain. I hold a joint Ph.D. in Early Modern European Literature and History from the University of Kent and the Freie Universität Berlin supported through an Erasmus Mundus grant of the Text and Event in Early Modern Europe (TEEME) Programme. I have also worked as a DRS HONORS post-graduate researcher and lecturer in English Literature and Cultural Studies at the Institut für Englische Philologie of the Freie Universität Berlin. I am currently preparing a monograph titled Playgrounds: Urban Theatrical Culture in Shakespeare’s England and Golden Age Spain, which compares the dramatic cultures of early modern England and Spain in terms of infrastructures, physical arrangements, and production techniques, and explores the causes and consequences not just of the visible differences, but also of the remarkable similarities between the two theatre systems.

MemberManuel Alcántara-Plá

…nvasoras.
[Book] Alcántara Plá, Manuel. 2007. Introducción al análisis de estructuras lingüísticas en corpus : aproximación semántica, Ediciones UAM, Madrid (ISBN 978-84-8344-069-8). También versión online.
[Proceedings (editor)] Alcántara Plá, Manuel & Thierry Declerck. 2009. Proceedings of the EACL 2009 Workshop on Semantic Representation of Spoken Language (PDF). European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Athens (Greece).
[Ph. D. Thesis] Alcántara Plá, Manuel. 2005. Anotación y recuperación de información semántica eventiva en corpus. Defendida en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
[Educational resource] Alcántara Plá, M., E. Martínez Garrido, A. Planet Contreras, A. Ruiz Sánchez, L. Unceta Gómez, L. García Durán & M. Martínez Antón. 2013. “Cómo hacer trabajos universitarios”.

Journal Articles

[Article] Alcántara Plá, Manuel. 2016. “Neologismos tecnológicos y nuevos comportamientos en la sociedad en red“. In Aposta Digital 69 (pp. 14-38).
[Article] Alcántara Plá, Manuel. 2014. “El concepto de oración para el español oral“. In Oralia. Análisis del discurso oral, 17 (pp. 63-87).
[Article] Alcántara Plá,…

As Associate Professor of Linguistics at the Faculty of Humanities and social sciences of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, I spent most of my time researching on Formal Semantics, Grammar, Computational Linguistcs, (Speech/Multimodal)Corpus and Annotation. Examples of topics I find especially interesting are:

  • The relationship between pragmatics, semantics and grammar of natural languages: How does the context influence our way of expressing ideas?
  • The formalization of grammars using current mathematical theories: Can we analize natural languages with logical rules?
  • The grammar of orality: What do our writing and our speech have in common?
  • Computer mediated communication and the language of the new media. Are we actually speaking differently?

Trying to resolve these problems I have been dealing with other exciting topics such as machine translation, the acoustic features of speech and the transmission of information in multimodal contexts.

MemberOscar Martinez-Peñate

Lic. en Relaciones Internacionales en la Universidad Autónoma de Centro América (UACA), Costa Rica; MA en Ciencia Política en L’Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canadá; MA en Gobernabilidad Democrática y Alta Gerencia Pública en el Instituto Universitario de Investigación José Ortega y Gasset Adscrito a la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España; D octor en Ciencias Sociales en la Universidad de El Salvador (UES). Docente universitario e investigador académico.

MemberCarmen García Bueno

…Licenciatura en Filología Clásica, Universidad de Valladolid (España), 2010

Máster en Filología Clásica, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (España), 2012

Doctorando en Filología Clásica, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (España), 2017…

Doctora en paleografía griega por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, con la tesis El copista griego Jacobo Diasorino (s. XVI): estudio paleográfico y codicológico de sus manuscritos Todas mis contribuciones académicas se pueden ver en mi perfil de ResearchGate.