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Pre- and Postdoctoral Supervision

- Mentoring and training of postdoctoral researchers:

October 2015 - September 2016: Raquel Vea. Funding institution: Programa 'Juan de la Cierva', Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Grant no. FJCI-2014-20302 (€29.000 per annum).

January 2009 - July 2012: Carlos Prado-Alonso. Funding institution: Programa 'Angeles Alvariño', Directorate General for Scientific and Technological Promotion, Regional Government of Galicia. Grant no. AA.08-053 (€28.000 per annum).

- PhD dissertations supervised (completed):

(1) February 1993: Ignacio Palacios, "An Analysis and appraisal of the current situation of EFL teaching in secondary and tertiary institutions in Spain from the perspectives of teachers and learners" [Extraordinary PhD Award]. Published as La enseñanza del inglés en España a debate: perspectivas de profesores y alumnos. (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela: Servicio de Publicaciones, 1994. ISBN 8481211117). Ignacio works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Santiago de Compostela and is the director of the research project SPERTUS (Spoken English Research at the University of Santiago de Compostela), funded by the Regional Government of Galicia (INCITE grant 08PXIB204033PR) and the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (grants FFI2012-31450 and FFI2015-64057-P). In January 2012 he passed the national examination ('acreditación') qualifying him for promotion to a chair in English Language and Linguistics.

(2) October 1993: J. Carlos Acuña-Fariña, “On so-called appositive structures in English” [Extraordinary PhD Award]. Published as The puzzle of apposition: On so-called appositive structures in English (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela: Servicio de Publicaciones, 1996. ISBN 8481213942). Carlos is a Full Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Santiago de Compostela and coordinates the research project "Semantic Interference on Syntactic Operations", funded by the Regional Government of Galicia and the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (grants INCITE09 204 014PR, SEJ2005-08911/PSIC, PSI2009/11748, PSI2012-32834 and PSI2015-65116-P).

(3) October 1994: Mª José López-Couso, “Finite complementation in the works of John Dryden: A corpus-based study” (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela: Servicio de Publicaciones, 1995. ISBN 8481212083). María José is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Santiago de Compostela and the principal investigator of the project “Constructionalization and grammaticalization in English”, carried out over the period 2012-2014 by the VLCG team, under funding from the Spanish Ministry for Science and Innovation (grant FFI2011-26693-C02-01). Recently (July 2015) it was announced that she has passed the national examination ('acreditación') qualifying her for promotion to a chair in English Language and Linguistics.

(4) March 1995: Belén Méndez-Naya, “Finite complementation in Old English: A corpus-based study” (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela: Servicio de Publicaciones, 1995. ISBN 8481212881). Belén is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Santiago de Compostela and (since 2010) the Treasurer of AEDEAN, the Spanish Association for English and American Studies.

(5) November 1996: Elena Seoane, “The passive voice in Early Modern English: A corpus-based study” (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela: Servicio de Publicaciones, 1997. ISBN 8481215961). Elena is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Vigo; in November 2013 she passed the national examination ('acreditación') qualifying her for promotion to a chair in English Language and Linguistics. She is the Principal Investigator of the research project VIEW ("Morphosyntactic variation in World Englishes and compilation of resources for its study: the Gibraltar component of the International Corpus of English"), funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (grant FFI2014-53930-P), and is the Review Editor of English Language and Linguistics (C.U.P), the official journal of the International Society for the Linguistics of English.

(6) December 1996: María A. Gómez-González, “A corpus-based approach to Theme in Present-day British English” [European Doctorate, Extraordinary PhD Award. Co-supervisor: Christopher S. Butler]. Published as The Theme-Topic interface: Evidence from English (Pragmatics & Beyond NS 71, Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2000. ISBN 9027250863). María is a Full Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Santiago de Compostela and coordinates the research project SCIMITAR (Santiago-Centred International Milieu for Interactional, Typological and Acquisitional Research), funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness and the Regional Government of Galicia (grants INCITE09 204 155 PR, BFF2002-02441, HUM2007-62220, FFI2010-19380, FFI2013-40517-P).

(7) April 1999: Javier Pérez-Guerra, “Thematic variation in English: A corpus-based study of the thematic organisation of English declarative sentences in the recent history of the language”. Published in LINCOM Studies in Germanic Linguistics as Historical English syntax: A statistical corpus-based study on the organisation of Early Modern English sentences (Muenchen: Lincom Europa, 1999. ISBN 3895866512). Javier works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Vigo and is the coordinator of the research project Language Variation and Textual Categorisation, funded by the Spanish Ministry for Economy and Competitiveness (grants BFF2001-3505, HUM2005-02351, FFI2009-11274, FFI2013-44065-P, FFI2016-77018-P) and the Regional Government of Galicia (INCITE grant 08PXIB204016PR). In March 2012 he passed the national examination ('acreditación') qualifying him for promotion to a chair in English Language and Linguistics.

(8) October 1999: Rosa Alonso, “Language transfer in interlanguage with special reference to adverbial placement” [co-supervisor: Ignacio Palacios]. Published as The role of transfer in second language acquisition (Universidad de Vigo: Servicio de Publicaciones, 2002. ISBN 8481582115). Rosa is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Vigo and the Editor of VIAL (Vigo International Journal of Applied Linguistics; ERIH category INT2, JCR impact factor: 0.364).

(9) March 2000: Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero, “Opacity and globality in phonological change” [European Doctorate; Extraordinary PhD Award. Co-supervisor: Chris B. McCully]. Ricardo is a Senior Lecturer in Linguistics and English Language at the University of Manchester.

(10) May 2000: Mar Viña-Rouco, “A history of modern language teaching in Spain (1800-1936), with special reference to English”. Published on microfiche (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela: Servicio de Publicaciones, 2000). María del Mar is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Santiago de Compostela (Lugo Campus).

(11) January 2001: Marina Pedreira-Vilariño, “The noun phrase: A comparative analysis of syntactic variation in news language”. Published on CD-Rom (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela: Servicio de Publicaciones, 2001). Marina is the Director of the Development and Alumni Relations Office at the University of Sussex.

(12) April 2001: Juan Carlos García-Lorenzo, “Complementation in John Lyly’s English”. Published as Complementation in Early Modern English: A study of John Lyly’s Euphues (The Edwin Mellen Press UK, 2004. ISBN 0773462732). Juan Carlos is a tenured high-school teacher in Lugo.

(13) November 2001: Paloma Núñez-Pertejo, “The progressive in the history of English, with special reference to the Early Modern English period”. Published with the same title in LINCOM Studies in English Linguistics (Muenchen: Lincom Europa, 2004. ISBN 389586742X). Paloma is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Santiago de Compostela.

(14) February 2004: Carmen Pena-Díaz, “Code alternation in a trilingual community: from pragmatics to grammar”. Published as Bilingual speech: A case study of a bilingual community (Universidad de Alcalá de Henares: Servicio de Publicaciones, 2006. ISBN 8481387061). Carmen is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Alcalá de Henares and the principal investigator of the project “Cross-linguistic and cross-cultural mediation: Design, coordination and follow-up of a team of health mediators”, funded by the Spanish Ministry for Science and Innovation (grant FFI2011-25500).

(15) February 2007: Ana López-Sánchez, “From 'ways of speaking' to 'ways of being in the world': A contrastive analysis of request behaviour in Peninsular Spanish and American English: A comparison”. Ana is an Associate Professor of Spanish at Haverford College, PA.

(16) January 2008: Carlos Prado-Alonso, "Inversion in written and spoken Contemporary English" [European Doctorate; co-supervisor: J. Carlos Acuña-Fariña]. Published as Full-verb inversion in written and spoken English (Bern: Peter Lang, 2011. ISBN 978-3-0343-05-35-8). Carlos is an Associate Professor ('Contratado Doctor') of English Linguistics at the University of Oviedo.

(17) December 2009: Iria Pastor-Gómez, "Nominal modifiers in noun phrase structure: Evidence from Contemporary English" [co-supervisor: J. Carlos Acuña-Fariña]. Published as The status and development of N+N sequences in Contemporary English noun phrases (Bern: Peter Lang, 2011. ISBN: 978-3-0343-0534-1). Iria has a tenured position as Lecturer in English at the Galician School of Higher Studies in Hotel Management, attached to the University of Santiago de Compostela.

(18) January 2010: Natalia Villar-Conde, "Aspects of expressive strength reduction in British English and Castilian Spanish: A corpus-based analysis". Natalia holds a permanent position as Senior Executive Editor at the University Press of Santiago de Compostela.

(19) June 2013: Vera Vázquez-López, "Action nominalizations in Early Modern scientific English" [co-supervisor: María José López-Couso]. Between 2008-2012 Vera was an FPU researcher at the Department of English and German of the University of Santiago de Compostela.

(20) 17 December 2014: Eduardo Coto-Villalibre, "A semantic and syntactic approach to GET-constructions in World Englishes" [main supervisor: Teresa Fanego; co-supervisors: Paloma Núñez-Pertejo and Elena Seoane]. Between 2009-2014 Eduardo was an FPU researcher (grant AP2009-3554, Spanish Ministry of Education) at the Department of English and German of the University of Santiago de Compostela.

(21) 23 May 2016: Lauren Fonteyn, “Categoriality in language change: The case of the English gerund”, KU Leuven [main supervisor and promotor: Liesbet Heyvaert; co-promotor: Hendrik De Smet: co-supervisors: Hubert Cuyckens and Teresa Fanego]. Lauren was a doctoral researcher of the FWO (Fund for Scientific Research - Flanders; grant no. G0A5412N); she is now a Lecturer in the History of English at the Department of Linguistics and English Language of the University of Manchester.

(22) 6 October 2016: Beatriz Mato-Míguez, "The expression of directive meaning: a corpus-based study on the variation between insubordinated if-clauses, imperatives and conditionals in Contemporary Spoken British and American English" [co-supervisor: María José López-Couso]. Between 2012 and December 2015, Beatriz was an FPU researcher (grant AP2010-4570, Spanish Ministry of Education) at the Department of English and German of the University of Santiago de Compostela.

(23) Soon to be submitted: Tamara Bouso, "Transitivization processes in Modern and Contemporary English: constructions with reaction objects and other non subcategorized objects" [co-supervisor: Belén Méndez-Naya]. FPU grant 2012/01669 (2013-2017), Spanish Ministry of Education.

- PhD candidates currently under supervision:

(1) Noelia Castro-Chao, "Changes in argument structure: developments in impersonal constructions from Late Middle English onwards. A corpus-based study" [main supervisor: Teresa Fanego; co-supervisor: Nuria Yáñez-Bouza, University of Vigo]. FPU grant 2014/03208 (2015-2019), Spanish Ministry of Education.

(2) Iria-Gael Romay, "Motion events in English and Spanish: a contrastive study" [main supervisor: Teresa Fanego; co-supervisor: Paloma Núñez-Pertejo].

(3) Mario Serrano-Losada, "Evidentiality and mirativity in constructions with raising predicates in English and Spanish: grammaticalization and discourse functions" [main supervisor: Teresa Fanego; co-supervisor: Belén Méndez-Naya]. FPU grant 13/02618 (2014-2017), Spanish Ministry of Education.

(4) Iván Tamaredo, "Processing grammatical structures: complexity and efficiency in varieties of English around the world" [main supervisor: Teresa Fanego; co-supervisor: J. Carlos Acuña-Fariña]. FPI grant BES-2015-071233 (2015-2019), Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.

 
 
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