Cristina Lastres-López (project leader)
I hold a BA in English Language and Literature from the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and an MA in English Linguistics from University College London. My research interests include English grammar, corpus linguistics, and contrastive linguistics.
I am currently based at the University of Santiago de Compostela: http://www.usc-vlcg.es/CLL.html
I hold a BA in English Language from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia) and an MA in English Linguistics from University College London. After my graduation, I was a research assistant at Universiti Malaya for the Asian Corpus of English project. For three years, I worked as an English Instructor at Universiti Tun Abdul Razak. My research interests include discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, and semantics.
I hold a BA in English Language from the National University of Singapore and I an MA in English Linguistics from University College London. I have held a scholarship with the Ministry of Education in Singapore and I have had some previous teaching experience. I am interested in many areas of linguistics, particularly sociolinguistics, pragmatics and language contact, and I am very passionate about anything that involves Singlish (colloquial Singapore English).
I received my undergraduate MA in Triple Modern Languages (French, Spanish and Italian) from the University of St Andrews in 2009. After a brief stint teaching English to international secondary school students and working in the widening participation departments of the University of Cambridge and University College London (UCL), I returned to academia in 2015 and completed an MA in English Linguistics at UCL. My research interests lie in semantics, pragmatics and their interface; sociolinguistics; language and identity and critical discourse analysis.
I hold a BA in English Language and Literature from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece) and an MA in English Linguistics from University College London. My previous work experience includes teaching English as a foreign language to learners of various levels of proficiency. My research interests focus on English grammar, syntax, and second language acquisition.