Emotional culture and identity

Researchers

 

Ana Marta González González

Ana Marta González González
Principal investigator
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Email: agonzalez@unav.es
Extension: 803227
Office Humanities and
Social Sciences: 2290
(2nd floor, Main Library)

 

Full Professor of Moral Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy of the University. Scientific Coordinator of the ICS and Director of the Master in Research in Social Sciences at the University of Navarra. Her research deals with the intersection between moral philosophy and social sciences. Her interest are natural law and practical reason, emotions, the concepts of culture and identity.

Inés Olza

Inés Olza
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Email: iolzamor@unav.es
Extension: 802226
Office: 2030 (2nd floor, ICS)
 

 

PhD in Spanish Linguistics and MA in General Linguistics from the University of Navarra. Her research focuses on figurative language, gesture and phraseology from the perspective of Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Cognitive Linguistics and Multimodality. She is a member of the Red Hen Lab for Multimodal Communication and coordinator of the Master's Degree in Social Science Research.

Sergio Clavero

Sergio Clavero
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Email: sclavero@unav.es
Extension: 805636
Office: 2290 (2nd floor, ICS)
 

 

BA in Journalism and Philosophy, MA in Philosophy and PhD in Philosophy and Sociology from the University of Navarra and the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Italy). He has carried out research stays at the Sociology Department of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and the School of Philosophy & Art History of the University of Essex (UK). Areas of specialization: Axel Honneth, Hegel, Critical Theory, Theory of Recognition.

Esther Linares

Esther Linares
Email: elinaresb@unav.es
Extension: 802287
Office: 2040 (2nd floor, ICS)

 

PhD in Linguistic Studies, MA in Spanish and English as Second/Foreign Languages, MA in Education and BA in English Studies from the University of Alicante. She is a postdoctoral researcher in the University of Navarra and her main research interests are in the field of pragmatics, sociolinguistics and gender studies. In particular, she focuses on verbal humour, the discursive construction of identity, mediation and dispute resolution in digital and everyday contexts.