Posts Tagged ‘Isabel Corona’

We present a thematic panel about the InterGedi project at CLAVIER2021

Last Thursday and Friday, 18th-19th November, 2021, InterGedi participated at the new edition of the yearly conferences organised by CLAVIER (Corpus and Language Variation in English Research), where several members of our research group presented a thematic panel about the latest results from the project. The conference, titled “Exploring Words in the Digital Transformation Tools…

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1/4. Isabel Corona explores visual-verbal relations in European research websites, as part of the InterGedi panel for the LSPPC6 conference

As part of a panel entitled “Analysing Scientific Digital Discourse: The case of research project websites in international contexts”, which took place at the 6th Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication Association Conference organized by the City University of Hong Kong, Isabel Corona delivered a paper entitled “Understanding text and image relations in the construction of…

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InterGedi thematic panel at LSPPC6 conference

Last week we had the opportunity to contribute to the LSPPC6 (online) conference, which was the 6th edition of the International Conference of Asia-Pacific LSP & Professional Communication Association. It took place via Zoom from 3rd to 5th June, and was titled “Multimodality and Beyond: Addressing complexity and emerging needs in LSP”. Very interesting lectures…

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Isabel Corona delivers an insightful plenary talk about multimodality at SEING II

Last Friday, September 25th, the second edition of the predoctoral seminar on English Studies (SEING II) was held online, gathering around 50 speakers and attendees. The event, organised at the Department of English and German Studies at the University of Zaragoza, was an opportunity for young researchers to introduce their doctoral projects and to share…

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A-Mode 2019: Isabel Corona talks about newsworthiness in project homepages from the lens of multimodality

The A-Mode international conference (Aproaches to Multimodal Digital Environments: from theories to practices) took place at the University of “Tor Vergata” (Rome) from 22th to 24th June 2019. The conference was a great venue to discuss the up-to-date issue of multimodal digital communication and keynote sessions included the participation of our InterGedi colleague Marina Bondi,…

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Isabel Corona

Isabel Corona I am a senior lecturer in the Department of English and German Studies at the Faculty of Arts, Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain), where I currently teach English grammar, phonetics and phonology of the English language and specialized translation. My research has focused on the analysis academic and professional genres and discourses in traditional…

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December 13, 2018

In the first session of the Linguistic Corner, we carried out an analysis of the main techniques used to translate news from Spanish into English and the effect that several processes, specific of journalistic texts, are put to use in the translation of controversial issues, in our case, news about Gibraltar published by the Spanish…

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Transferring knowledge within academic and institutional contexts: A focus on new and hybrid digital genres

Corona, Isabel: “A window to the world: Visual design and research visibility of European research projects homepages” Abstract The growth and specialization of scientific output and the increasing prevalence of transnational collaborative efforts in academia have led researchers to seek greater visibility within a highly competitive playing field, while creating a need to optimize the…

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5th CRILL International Conference Legal Discourse: Context, Media and Social Power

Corona, Isabel: “Damage control in corporate e-releases: “When things go rough, the rough get going” Abstract Corporate communication policy is generally concerned with construing and projecting the company’s identity and image. Web-mediated press releases (or e-releases) have been profusely studied (for example Tessuto 2017) with the widely accepted assumption that these texts are a hybrid…

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