Dissertations - Diacronía Inglesa y Dialectología Inglesa
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PhD

In preparation

Pérez Tissens, René. Spelling variation in nineteenth-century Devonshire dialect. Supervisor: Javier Ruano-García.

Santalla Rodríguez, Almudena. The Devonshire Dialect in the works of Mary Hartier (1861-1936). Supervisor: María F. García-Bermejo Giner.

Villamarín González, Manuel. The Linguistic Impact of Irish English on the Development of Australian English: A Corpus-Based Study (1700-1900). Supervisors: Javier Ruano-García and Pilar Sánchez-García.

 

2022

Schintu, Paula. The enregisterment of Late Modern Derbyshire dialect (1850-1950). International Doctorate. Supervisors: Javier Ruano-García and María F. García-Bermejo Giner. Examiners: Juan Camilo Conde Silvestre (Universidad de Murcia), Joan C. Beal (University of Sheffield), Pilar Sánchez-García (Universidad de Salamanca). External readers: Marina Dossena (Università degli Studi di Bergamo), Paul Cooper (University of Liverpool).

MA

2022

Aránega Rivas, Miriam. 19th c. Devonshire Dialect Literature: Linguistic Analysis of Selected Features used by Roger Giles (?-?). Supervisor: María F. García-Bermejo Giner.

2021

Martín Flores, Judith. A Linguistic Analysis of Selected Features of the Worcestershire Dialect in Edith L. Chamberlain’s Uphill and Down Dale. A Tale of Country Life (1884). Supervisor: María F. García-Bermejo Giner.

Villamarín González, Manuel Ángel. Searching for Evidence of Southwestern Dialect Features in Australia
through Charles Adam Corbyn’s Sydney Revels of Bacchus, Cupid, and Momus (1856): A Corpus-Based Analysis. Supervisor: Mª Pilar Sánchez-García

2020

Santalla Rodríguez, Almudena. Late-19th-century Devonshire dialect: Mary Hartier (1861-1936). Supervisor: María F. García-Bermejo Giner.

2019

Luque Cardenal, Lourdes. The representation of the Lancashire dialect in C.L. Antrobus’s Quality Corner (1901). Supervisor: María F. García-Bermejo Giner.

2017

Díaz Sierra, Sara. Shedding light on the phonetics and phonology of the West-Midland dialect: A study of the literary representation of the vowel sounds of the Worcestershire dialect in two 19th century novels. Supervisor: Mª Pilar Sánchez-García.

Rivera Gibert, Jesús Mª . On lexical borrowings in the history of English, with special emphasis on the Inkhorn Controversy: Insights from a selection of Early Modern English works. Co-supervisors: Javier Ruano-García and Ana Sáez-Hidalgo (University of Valladolid)

Tagarro Melón, Pablo. A stylistic approach to Spanish loanwords in the history of the English language: A corpus-driven study based on the Oxford English Dictionary online (OED3). Supervisor: Javier Ruano-García.

Uriel Sanz, Belén. A linguistic analysis of spelling in literary representations of Irish English of the 17th and 18th centuries: A corpus-based study. Supervisor: Javier Ruano-García.

2016

Hernández Vegas, Marina. On the enregisterment of Lancashire lexis (1850-1950): A preliminary corpus-based study. Supervisor: Javier Ruano-García.

Sánchez Martín, Beatriz. Literary representations of Scots: A linguistic analysis of spelling from the sixteenth to the eighteenth Century. Supervisor: Javier Ruano-García.

2015

Schintu, Paula. Staging the underworld: The enregisterment of cant language in 17th- and 18th-century England. Supervisor: Javier Ruano-García.