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Cristina Lopez-Moreno

Senior Lecturer In Spanish Language And Spanish Studies


Summary

Cristina López is a Senior Lecturer in Spanish Studies and the Languages Course Leader at Sheffield Business School. Cristina did her first degree in Filología Inglesa with Universidad de Santiago de Compostela and later graduated for her MPhil in literature with The University of Liverpool. She has taught at Sheffield Business School since 1999.

Cristina's research interests focus on the effects of the 2008 economic crisis on unemployment and on population movements in Spain. Another of her research areas is student migration and its impact on graduate employability skills. She has also published some Spanish language materials and is the author of España Contemporánea, a textbook on modern Spain which is widely used in higher education institutitions from many countries. She has also written a Spanish language textbook, Un año en España and in addition, she has presented her research on a number of UK and international conferences and other academic events.

About

Qualifications

  • 2001: M Phil, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • 1994: Other (UK), University of Surrey
  • 1994: Licenciatura en Filología Inglesa, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Senior Lecturer

Teaching expertise

  • Area Studies
  • European Studies
  • Languages Studies

Industry Links

  • Developing student projects
  • Partnership development

Teaching

Department of Management

Sheffield Business School

Languages Studies

Publications

Book chapters

López-Moreno, C. (2017). The year abroad: understanding the employability skills of the Global Graduate. In Innovative language teaching and learning at university: enhancing employability. (pp. 21-28). Research-publishing.net: http://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2017.innoconf2016.651

Books

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2010). Un Año en España. Madrid: SGEL.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2005). España Contemporánea. Madrid, 2005: SGEL.

Presentations

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2017). The Year Abroad: Understanding the Employability Skills of the Global Graduate. Presented at: SBS Languages and Cultures SIG

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2017). Outward mobility as the key to enhanced employability: the importance of global competences in post-Brexit Britain.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2017). Outward mobility as the key to enhanced employability.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2017). Outward mobility in Turbulent Times: The relevance of global skills in post-Brexit Britain.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2017). Emigración española post-crisis: una visión crítica del discurso mediático.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2017). International Work Placements at Sheffield Business School: Transforming our Students into Global Graduates.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2016). Employability and the Spanish-speaking graduate: are your students selling themselves short?

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2016). Transition into Graduate Employment: Understanding the Employability Skills of the Global Graduate.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2016). International Work Placements at Sheffield Business School: Transforming our students into Global Graduates.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2016). Emigración española post-crisis: una visión crítical del discurso mediático. Universidade Católica de Oporto, Portugal.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2016). Spanish post-2008 migration outflows: media narrative vs statistical "reality".

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2013). El desempleo en España: causas y consecuencias.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2013). La internacionalización de los estudios universitarios.

Lopez-Moreno, C. (2013). International Work Placements. Good Practice Case Study: Sheffield Hallam University.

Guiney, M., Bower, R., & Lopez-Moreno, C. (2010). Developing a student-centred placement preparation framework.

Other publications

Blackburn, M., Lopez-Moreno, C., & Rushton, D. (2017). Global Employability Skills: Creating 'global' graduates through placements? Canterbury: ASET Conference

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