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Beatriz Penas Ibáñez
M.A. (Linguistics) S.U.N.Y.A.B. (State University of New York at Buffalo). U.S.A.
M.A. Filología Inglesa, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain,
PhD Filología Inglesa, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain,
Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Zaragoza, Spain.
Her research lies within the field of Cultural Semiotics and is more specifically focused on textual hermeneutics, the sociopragmatics of style and narrative, and the interrelation between language, identity and culture.
Her main publications include books and editions, Análisis semiótico de los aspectos taurinos de la obra literaria de Ernest Hemingway (1990), The Intertextual Dimension of Discourse (1996), The Pragmatics of Understanding and Misunderstanding (1998), Interculturalism: Between Identity and Diversity (2006), Paradojas de la interculturalidad: filosofía, lenguaje y discurso (2008), Linguistic Interaction in/& Specific Discourses (2010), Con/Texts of Persuasion (2011), Cultural Hybrids of (Post)Modernism: Japanese and Western Literature, Art and Philosophy (2016). Her contributions to international collective volumes have appeared in From Baudelaire to Lorca: Approaches to Literary Modernism (1996), Gender, I-deology (1996), New Exoticisms (2000), Memory, Desire and Imagination in Contemporary Anglo-American Literature and Film (2004), A Companion to Hemingway's Death in the Afternoon (2004), Theorizing Narrativity (2008), El pensamiento de los poetas (2009) Los Caminos de la Lengua (2010), Hemingway and Africa (2011), Hemingway’s The Garden of Eden: Twenty-Five Years of Criticism (2012), Hemingway’s Spain. Imagining the Spanish World (2016).
A significant number of her articles has recently appeared in prominent academic journals, NDQ, North Dakota Quarterly, Miscelánea, Journal of English Studies, Cuadernos de Investigaciones Filológicas, Concentric: literary abd Cultural Studies, and Amsterdam International Journal of Cultural Narratology. International Advisor for The Hemingway Review.
Currently she inscribes her research in the consolidated research group HERAF: Hermenéutica y Antropología Fenomenológica H69 (University of Zaragoza, financed by the Government of Aragon and the European Fund for Regional Development).