Dr Daniel de Zubía-Fernández
Spanish & Latin American Studies, School of Modern Languages
Senior Language Tutor / Assistant Coordinator International
(01) 708 6330
Daniel de Zubía Fernández is a Basque and Spanish native who obtained an Arts degree in Language, Literature and Linguistics (Licenciado en Filosofía y Letras, Filología Inglesa) and Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica (equivalent to PGDE) in Modern Languages, both from the Universidad de Deusto/Deustoko Unibertsitatea, an M.Sc. in Education & Cotemporary Society from the University of Ulster and a PhD in Arts from NUIM. He teaches modules for the Language Centre and the Department of Spanish, which include oral expression, aural comprehension, Spanish and Latin American Literature, Sociolinguistics in Portugal and Spain, grammar and translation, and collaborated in the Basque and Portuguese Programs. Modules taught, amongst others: SPA101/2, SPA102/3, SPA201/2, SPA203/4, SPA311, SPA303/04, SPA331/2 and European Studies. He also teaches beginners and intermediate Spanish evening classes and IWLP Spanish for the Language Centre. His research interests are Comparative Literature, Spanish and Portuguese Literatures, ELE & EFL, Education and Sociolinguistics.
|2018||Daniel de Zubía Fernández (2018) 'Voices from War, a Privileged Fado' In: Voice & Discourse in the Irish Conext. Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan. [Link]|
|2006||Dr Daniel de Zubía Fernández (2006) '‘Dispersed Splendour: Rejection and Ambivalence in O Esplendor de Portugal’, in Towards a Portuguese Postcolonialism' In: Anthony Soares(Eds.). Towards a Portuguese Postcolonialism. Bristol : Bristol University POress.|
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2016||Daniel de Zubía Fernández (2016) 'Os retornados with Antunes: Luanda, Angola and Lisbon'. CALL-EJ, Vol. 1 (Iss. 1, Article 19). [Link]|
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