Supervised theses (57) Theses supervised by Department members View defended theses

2022

  1. Multimodal analysis of instructional materials and vocabulary learning in EFL and CLIL instruction

    Mario Arribas García

    Supervised by Rosa María Jiménez Catalán y Almudena Fernández Fontecha

2020

  1. A Scenario-Based Approach to Irony. Structure, meaning and function

    Inés Lozano Palacio

    Supervised by Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez
  2. Ethics and Aesthetics in Muriel Spark’s Authorial Strategies

    Ana Isabel Altemir Giral

    Supervised by Carlos Villar Flor

2019

  1. The Classes of Old English Inaction Verbs: Linking, Alternations and Constructions

    Ana Elvira Ojanguren López

    Supervised by Francisco Javier Martín Arista
  2. A Cognitive-linguistic Study of Change-of-state Constructions: Analytical Perspectives and Pedagogical Applications

    Jiang Wangmeng

    Supervised by Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez y Asunción Barreras Gómez
  3. A Quantative and Qualitative Analysis of Cultural Vocabulary in Second Baccalaureate EFL Textbooks

    Daniela Cifone Ponte

    Supervised by Rosa María Jiménez Catalán y Andrés Canga Alonso
  4. The Lemmatisation of Old English Weak Verbs on a Relational Database

    Marta Tío Sáenz

    Supervised by Francisco Javier Martín Arista
  5. Contribución al estudio de la alteridad en los relatos fantásticos de Henri de Régnier

    Nuria Cabello Andrés

    Supervised by Ignacio Iñarrea Las Heras

2018

  1. Transitivising formations in competition? Lability and the effects of preverbs on old english causative oppositions

    Esaúl Ruiz Narbona

    Supervised by Francisco Javier Martín Arista y Luisa García García
  2. The lemmatisation of the verbal lexicon of old english on a relational database. Preterite-present, contracted, anomalous and strong VIII verbs

    Laura García Fernández

    Supervised by Francisco Javier Martín Arista y Luisa García García

2016

  1. Cervantes and the Spanish Baroque aesthetics in the novels of Graham Greene

    Ismael Ibáñez Rosales

    Supervised by Carlos Villar Flor
  2. The semantic map of verbal troponymy and aktionsart of old English lexical paradigms based on strong verbs

    Luisa Fidalgo Allo

    Supervised by Francisco Javier Martín Arista