Amanda Gerke

Datos / Personal Information


Docencia / Teaching Assignments

Primer semestre:
  • Inglés B1 (Grado de Infantil) (Zamora)
  • Inglés B1 (Grado de Primaria) (Zamora)
  • Didáctica de la Especialidad (Master de Profesor de Enseñanza Secundaria Obligatoria, Bachillerato, Formación Profesional y Escuela de Idiomas)
Segundo semestre:
  • Lengua Inglesa IV (Grado de Estudios Ingleses)

Investigación / Research

Estancias y proyectos de investigación recientes
  • 2015. Fronteras e identidades en los estudios culturales de Estados Unidos y España
    (SA007A10-1) Junta de Castilla y León. Directora: Ana Manzanas Calvo
  • 2013/2014. The Language Textbook as Ambassador: A critical discourse analysis of how the textbook reveals cultural values. University of Cambridge, England.
  • 2009. Mexican Women and Work on Both Sides of the U.S.-Mexican Border. Led by Dr. Mary King, funding by Portland State University, Oregon, USA.
  • 2008. La trata humanaoaxacana.Oaxaca, México/Portland, Oregon, USA.
Publicaciones

Amanda Gerke’s main areas of research are discourse analysis (cognitive, critical) and genre analysis. She has given various conference papers and has published articles that focus on cultural values, attitudes, and beliefs that are transmitted through written texts, code-switching, linguistic spaces, and diasporic literature.

  • (2015) "Walking out on Language: Verbal Spaces in Junot Díaz's 'Invierno'". Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos.
  • (2014) "Textbook as Genre: Part Two" CoDis Working Papers 3
  • (2013) "Texbook as Genre: Part One" CoDis Working Papers 2
  • (2009) "She's Not Oppressed, She's a Prostitute: An anecdote of the Marginalized" The Spectrum Quarterly Review