Miriam Criado Peña
BA in English Language and Literature, University of Málaga, 2015
MA in English Language, University of Málaga 2016
MA in Teaching English as Foreign Language, University of Málaga 2017
Miriam Criado Peña graduated in English Language and Literature in 2015 at the University of Málaga, and obtained a Master’s degree in English Studies, Multilingual and Intercultural Communication in 2016 with a dissertation involving the diplomatic edition and philological study of Wellcome Library MS 3009 (ff. 17r-47v): a hitherto unedited 17th-century recipe book. She also obtained a Master’s degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language at the same university. Her research interests lie within the fields of Historical Linguistics, Manuscript Studies and Corpus Linguistics.
- (forthcoming). “Tag Questions in East African English: A Corpus-based Study". In Blasius Achiri-Taboh (ed.). Exoticism in English Tag Questions: Strengthening Arguments and Caressing the Social Wheel. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- (2019). “On the Grammaticalization of as well as in the History of English". Brno Studies in English 45.1: 5-24.
- (2018). The Early Modern English Version of Elizabeth Jacob’s Physicall and Chyrurgical Receipts. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- (2016). “'They are going tomorrow, isn't it?'. On the Use of Tag Questions in Indian English and Hong Kong English". In Antonio Moreno-Ortiz and Chantal Pérez-Hernández (eds.). CILC2016. 8th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics (Vol. 1). EPiC Series in Language and Linguistics. 71-78.