Zeltia Blanco-Suárez and Tamara Bouso-Rivas have obtained the Extraordinary PhD Awards 2017-2018


It was announced on 30 September 2019 that the ‘Centro Internacional de Estudos de Doutoramento e Avanzados da USC’  (CIEDUS) has proposed the PhD dissertations of Zeltia Blanco-Suárez and Tamara Bouso-Rivas for the Extraordinary Awards 2017-2018, in competition with 13 other candidates in the field of Arts and Humanities.

Full details of the dissertations follow here:

- Zeltia Blanco-Suárez, Death-related intensifiers in the history of the English language: Grammaticalisation and other processes of language change (International Doctorate). Supervisor: María José López-Couso.
- Tamara Bouso-Rivas, Changes in argument structure in the history of English, with special reference to the emergence and development of reaction object constructions (International Doctorate). Supervisors: Teresa Fanego and Belén Méndez-Naya.






    WOW great news indeed! Congratulations to both of you!! ;)

  2. Ignacio says:

    Well done!!! Zeltia and Tamara, very happy to hear that.

  3. Belén Méndez-Naya says:

    Parabéns ás dúas!!

  4. Esperanza Rama says:

    Congrats Zeltia and Tamara!!!

  5. Cristina Suárez Gómez says:

    Excellent news! Congrats!!

  6. Loureiro Porto, Lucía says:

    Wow! So proud of you both! Congrats!

  7. David Tizón says:


  8. Paula Rodríguez Puente says:

    Congratulations to both of you!!!

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