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PhD in Philology and Philosophy

Academic year 2019-20

Lines of research

  1. 18th-century baroque poetry, especially Gabriel Álvarez de Toledo and Eugenio Gerardo Lobo
  2. 19th-century literature
  3. 20th-century Spanish poetry, novels, and theatre
  4. Acquisition, teaching, and assessment of second and foreign languages
  5. Aesthetics
  6. Anthropology
  7. Applied linguistics, language evaluation ("testing"); second language teaching and learning
  8. Bartolomé Jiménez Patón
  9. British literature from the 18th to the 21st centuries.
  10. Catalan philology
  11. Cervantes
  12. Communication studies
  13. Contact with languages and bilingualism
  14. Contemporary Catalan language and literature
  15. Contemporary Catalan literature
  16. Contemporary Hispanic philosophy
  17. Contemporary Spanish literature
  18. Corpus linguistics
  19. Cultural studies
  20. Diego de Torres Villarroel
  21. Emblems
  22. Gender studies
  23. German idealism, especially Hegel
  24. Greek philosophy: pre-Socratic philosophy, Platonism, Aristotelianism, Hellenistic philosophy, formation of vocabulary used in Greek philosophy, doxography, Diogenes Laërtius
  25. Historical morphosyntax of Spanish
  26. Historical phonology and phonetics of Spanish
  27. History of Catalan culture
  28. History of Catalan theatre
  29. History of ideas
  30. History of medieval, Renaissance, and modern thought
  31. History of theatre
  32. History of the Catalan language
  33. Humanism
  34. Interculturality
  35. Language acquisition
  36. Language change and variation
  37. Links between epistemology, ethics, and politics in modern and contemporary thought
  38. Literary aesthetics
  39. Literature by female authors
  40. Literature in the French language
  41. Literature in the German language
  42. Literature in the Portuguese language
  43. Medieval Catalan literature
  44. Modern Catalan literature
  45. Modernity and the avant-garde
  46. Modern roots of contemporary thought. Montaigne. Descartes
  47. Onomastics
  48. Origins of philosophy: Greek religion, Orphism, Dionysism, Greco-Roman mysteries, Neoplatonism, Derveni papyrus, Chrysippus, Stoicism
  49. Perception and production of L2 speech
  50. Phenomenology, Heidegger
  51. Philosophy of science and public policies on science and technology
  52. Poetic self-representation of the female
  53. Popular literature
  54. Postcolonial studies
  55. Ramón del Valle-Inclán
  56. Reader-response criticism
  57. Religion and criticism in society: Walter Benjamin
  58. Second and foreign language learning environments: formal teaching, integrated content and language learning, stays abroad in countries where the target language is spoken
  59. Shakespeare
  60. Social and political philosophy
  61. Spanish Golden Age preachers
  62. Synchrony and diachrony
  63. Textual criticism of texts from the Spanish Golden Age
  64. The concept of solidarity
  65. The concept of the person in bioethics
  66. The link between metaphysics and ethics. The link between the theory of knowledge and anthropology
  67. The presence of Spanish classics in contemporary literature
  68. The study and translation of the works of F. Nietzsche