Team - Diacronía Inglesa y Dialectología Inglesa
diacronía inglesa, dialectonía inglesa, English Dialectology, History of the English Language
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Team

María F. García Bermejo Giner

Associate Professor of English Language and Linguistics

more@usal.es

María F. García-Bermejo Giner obtained an MA in English Language and Literature from the University of Salamanca and a PhD in English Linguistics in 1989, with a dissertation supervised by Gudelia Rodríguez that studied the dialects of the West Midlands as represented in the novels of George Eliot. She has been Associate Professor in English Linguistics at the University of Salamanca since 1992, where she teaches undergraduate and MA courses on the history of the English language and English diachronic dialectology. She has been the PI of the DING group since 2009 and her main areas of research are  dialect literature and literary dialects as a source for dialectology, as well as the history of the English language and corpus linguistics.

Pilar Sánchez-García

Associate Professor of English Language and Linguistics

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Pilar Sánchez-García obtained an MA in English Language and Literature from the University of Salamanca and a PhD in English Linguistics in 2000, with a dissertation supervised by Gudelia Rodríguez on the spelling representation of Northern English dialects during the nineteenth century. She has taught in the Department of English Philology in Salamanca since 1994, where she obtained a position as Associate Professor in 2015. She teaches undergraduate and MA courses on the history of the English language, linguistic variation in literary texts, and English diachronic dialectology. She has been a member of the DING group since 2009 and her main areas of research are English diachronic dialectology, corpus linguistics, literary dialects and dialect literature, corpus linguistics.

Javier Ruano-García

Associate Professor of English Language and Linguistics

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Javier Ruano-García obtained an MA in English Language and Literature from the University of Salamanca and a PhD in English Linguistics in 2008, with a dissertation co-supervised by María F. García-Bermejo Giner and Pilar Sánchez-García on early modern northern English lexis. He has taught in the Department of English Philology in Salamanca since 2008, where he works as Associate Professor since 2019. He teaches undergraduate courses on the history of the English language, linguistic variation in Early Modern English, and MA courses on academic writing. He has been a member of the DING group since 2009 and his main areas of research are English diachronic dialectology, historical dialect lexicography and lexicology, enregisterment in historical contexts, corpus linguistics, literary dialects and dialect literature, manuscript editing.

Paula Schintu

Assistant Lecturer of English Language and Linguistics

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Paula Schintu Martínez holds a BA in English Studies from the University of Salamanca (2014) and an MA in Advanced English Studies from the Universities of Salamanca and Valladolid (2015). She is currently writing her PhD dissertation on the enregisterment of 19th and 20th-century Derbyshire dialect at the University of Salamanca under the supervision of Javier Ruano-García and María F. García-Bermejo Giner. She also works as a Part-time lecturer in the Department of English Philology (2017—), where she teaches Scientific English (Medicine) and English Phonetics and Phonology. Her main fields of research are English historical linguistics and sociolinguistics, diachronic dialectology and enregisterment in historical contexts. She has been a member of DING since 2017.