Team

  • Daniel Calvo Carmona

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    Daniel Calvo Carmona, Research Fellow at the Department of English Language, University of Seville. He holds a BA in English Studies and an MA in Advanced Brain and Behaviour Studies from the University of Seville. Currently, he is doing research in order to pursue his PhD in pragmatics at this University. Among his research interests are interlanguage and intercultural pragmatics, […]
  • María de la O Hernández López

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    María de la O Hernández López, Lecturer at the Department of Philology and Translation, Pablo de Olavide University. She holds a PhD in English English Linguistics (Cross-Cultural Pragmatics) from Pablo de Olavide University and an MA in Applied Linguistics from Birkbeck College (London). She has worked at Greenwich University (London, UK), European Business School (London), Huelva University (Huelva, Spain) and […]
  • Lucía Fernández Amaya

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    Lucía Fernández Amaya, Lecturer at the Department of Philology and Translation, Pablo de Olavide University. She holds a PhD in English Linguistics from the University of Seville. She currently co-ordinates the research group SETIC (Service Encounters, Tourism and Intercultural Communication). Her research interests and publications focus on pragmatics and translation, sociopragmatics (politeness), interlanguage and cross-cultural pragmatics, and intercultural communication in […]
  • Reyes Gómez Morón

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    Reyes Gómez Morón, Lecturer at the Department of Philology and Translation, Pablo de Olavide University. She holds a PhD in English Linguistics from the University of Seville. Her research interests and publications focus on intercultural pragmatics, sociopragmatics (politeness), interlanguage and cross-cultural pragmatics, as well as teaching pragmatics to ESL learners. As the Head of the Research Group “Intercultural Studies (English-Spanish): […]
  • Manuel Padilla Cruz

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    Manuel Padilla Cruz, Associate Professor at the Department of English Language, University of Seville. He received his PhD in English Linguistics from this University, where he teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in pragmatics, English as a second language, English for Tourism and translation. His research interests revolve around cognitive pragmatics (mainly, Sperber and Wilson’s Relevance Theory), social pragmatics (politeness […]