Alfonso Sánchez Moya
Alfonso Sánchez-Moya (email@example.com) graduated in English Studies (First Class Hons) at Complutense University of Madrid (2011). He spent one academic year at the University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK) as an Erasmus student.
Throughout his undergraduate years, he was awarded with a wide range of scholarships: the Excellence Grant for achieving excellent academic results among students enrolled in Madrid universities (2006, 2007, 2009); the Santander Grant (2009), to assist Spanish university students taking an academic year abroad; and a Collaboration Scholarship (2010), awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Education and intended to familiarise last-year undergraduates with a university department.
After graduating, he took an MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (First Class Hons) also at Complutense University of Madrid (2012). He also completed an MA in Discourse Studies (Distinction) at Lancaster University (UK), thanks to a grant awarded by La Caixa Foundation for postgraduate studies in Europe.
Professionally speaking, Alfonso has worked as an English teacher since 2008. He has also assisted Spanish courses in the Modern Languages Department at the University of East Anglia. Since 2012, he has been working as a Cambridge-ESOL speaking examiner. He is currently working as an associate teacher at the Camilo José Cela University (Madrid)
Although he mainly did research in English Literature in the past, his current research interests span different areas within the field of Applied Linguistics. He is particularly interested in Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA), Gender, sexuality and language, Pragmatics (linguistic (im)politeness) and Computer Mediated Communication (CMC). He has presented some of his research papers in both national and international conferences.
For more details, see: http://lancaster.academia.edu/AlfonsoSanchezMoya