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Pamela Olmos Lopez

Former Research Student

Pamela Olmos Lopez

My Role

PhD Student's Representative (Thesis and Coursework)

Research overview

My PhD research focuses on the analysis of authorial identity in academic discourse, particularly on undergraduate dissertations written in English as a Foreign Language. My aim is to propose a framework which permits the analysis of dissertations and the heterogeneity among their chapters in terms of authorial expression. My methodological design is discourse analysis integrating corpus linguistics tools and text analysis.

Other research interests are also on supervision, thesis writing, academic discourse, L2 writing and bilingualism.

Supervised By

Professor Greg Myers

Career Details


- MRes (merit) in Applied Linguistics – Lancaster University, UK

- MA (cum laude) in Applied Linguistics, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico.

- BA (cum laude) in Linguistics and Language Teaching, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico.

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