Ana Pano Alamán, PhD, teaches Spanish language and linguistics at the University of Bologna, where she does research since 2004. She has held courses and seminars on the relationship between language and new technologies in different universities (Alcalá de Henares, Alicante, Copenhagen, Haute-Alsace, Cairo, UIMP). Her main research areas are the linguistic and pragmatic analysis of digital, media and political discourse in Spanish, the history of scientific and artistic translation and digital humanities. On these topics she has published several scientific articles and monographs. She is a member of international research projects on the study of language in the media (Lengua y Prensa, Metapres) and collaborates with the research group Multilingual lexicon of cultural heritage.She co-directs the journal Textos en Proceso (EDICE Program) and is a member of the Steering Committee of the Asociación Internacional de Estudios de Discurso y Sociedad.
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