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  TIMOFEEVA TIMOFEEV, LARISSA

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TIMOFEEVA TIMOFEEV, LARISSA

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E-mail:
Tel. No.
+34 965903400 x 3891
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Current professional activity

Position:
PROFESOR/A TITULAR UNIVERSIDAD
Dept.
Institutes:
I.U. INVESTIGACION ESTUDIOS DE GENERO
I.INTERUNIV. LENGUAS MODERNAS APLICADAS
Groups:
UNESCO Code:
5705 - Lingüística sincrónica
5701 - Lingüística aplicada
570507 - Psicolingüística
570501 - Lingüística comparada

Academic background

  • Doctora en Lingüística
    Universidad de Alicante (21/04/2008)
  • Diploma de Estudios Avanzados
    Universidad de Alicante (08/11/2002)
  • Lda. en Filología Hispánica
    Universidad de Alicante (15/07/2000)

Larissa Timofeeva-Timofeev earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish Studies and a PhD in Linguistics (awarded with distinction in 2011) from the University of Alicante (UA). She started her academic training in Belarus, her country of origin, at the Minsk State Linguistic University and completed her pre-doctoral training at V.V. Vinogradov Russian Language Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Universität Leipzig.

Nowadays, she is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at the Department of Spanish Studies, General Linguistics & Literature Theory; and a researcher at the Instituto Universitario de Investigación de Estudios de Género (IUIEG) and at the Instituto Interuniversitario de Lenguas Modernas Aplicadas (IULMA) 

She has led several courses, among which are:

- Summer school SIGNAR PARA COMUNICAR: INICIACIÓN A LA LENGUA DE SIGNOS ESPAÑOLA (UA, Rafael Altamira summer courses), July 2015.

- II Course LENGUA Y SEXO: PERSPECTIVAS DISCURSIVAS DEL GÉNERO (UA, IUIEG), March-April 2017.

Since 2015 she is the secretary of Estudios de Lingüística. Universidad de Alicante (ELUA) journal.

She acts as a corrector of the subject "Spanish Language and Literatura" at the University entrance examinations.

She has supervised several Bachelor’s and Master's degree final projects and two PhD theses in progress.