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Senior Teaching Fellow, Spanish, Modern Languages, School of Humanities

Irina Nelson studied Hispanic Studies at King's College London. She has an MA in Latin American Studies from the Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS) University of London and an MA in Translation Studies from the University of Westminster. She is a member of the Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI) and a professional translator for the Areas of Media, Sustainable Development and the Environment. She is currently involved in the JISC-funded OpenLIVES project which publishes through The HumBox, research data and Open Learning Resources (OERs) documenting the experiences of Spanish migrants and exiles who left Spain during the Franco regime.

Current research interests lie in the area of Learning Strategies and Learner Autonomy in Second Language Acquisition as well as in e-learning environments and authentic interactive environments that facilitate learning through experiencing the real cultural diversity of the Hispanic world.

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  1. Ejercicio de Audio. Violencia Politica III - ETA.
  2. Ejercicio de Audio. Violencia Politica IV - El termino "Terrorismo".
  3. Ejercicio de Audio. Violencia Politica II - El Franquismo.
  4. Ejercicio de Audio. Violencia Politica - Anarquismo

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