The inflectional morphology of Romance languages often receives attention, but genuinely comparative, interpretative, pan-Romance, overviews remain rare.
The research was being conducted in the context of an unprecedented crisis in language learning in UK schools, which is in turn undermining the health of Modern Languages departments in universities.
This AHRC funded major research project aims to make the riches of the theatres of Spain and Spanish America accessible to English-speaking researchers and theatre professionals.
The aim of this research is to improve our understanding of genetic anomalies that may disrupt brain functions, crucial for speech and language. With such knowledge future intervention can be found to help those who are affected.
This new project explores the trajectories of different forms of infantile weakness in the Spanish Caribbean from the final two decades of the nineteenth century to the 1960s, namely malnutrition, malaria, neonatal infirmity, and poliomyelitis.
Centres and Collaborations
The Spanish sub-faculty run two research seminars, one that focuses on Medieval and Golden Age topics and one that concentrates on Modern Peninsular and Spanish American topics.