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Instituto de la Lengua, Literatura y Antropología CCHS

History The Institute of Language, Literature and Anthropology (ILLA) has as principle goal the examination of Hispanic social legacy in its triple anthropological, etymological and abstract measurement. In this unique circumstance, their analysts distribute magazines of worldwide renown in their logical fields and build up an exceptional preparing action through their very own few bosses, while exchanging specific information to the entire society. Made on October 30, 2007, the underlying foundations of the present Institute of Language, Literature and Anthropology originate from the previous "Miguel de Cervantes" Institute of Hispanic Philology and, at last, connect with the work of the Spanish Philology School established by Ramón Menéndez Pidal at the Center for Historical Studies. ILLA Management Team • Director: Luis Alburquerque García • Vice-director: Juan José Villarías Robles • Manager: María de las Nieves Gálvez Chapel • Secretary: Enrique Palma Organizational Structure of ILLA • Department of Anthropology • Dept. of Language and Speech Analysis • Department of Literature Investigation groups • Speech analysis • Linguistic Change and History of Spanish • Cognition and Linguistic Variation • Gender Studies in Cultural Industries and Performing Arts (InGenArTe) • Group of Research Culture, Edition and Literature in the Hispanic Field (Centuries XIX-XXI) (GICELAH) • Inter • Literature, Image and Cultural History • Heritage and Popular Cultures • Memory Policies, Memories of Violence Research laboratories Phonetic Lab Related websites in the field of research projects: • Voice Individuality and Speaker Identification (CIVIL) The objective of this project is to determine the extent to which the quality of voice is a relevant parameter in the identification process, ie, to what extent it provides significant information regarding the individuality of the speaker, and, more specifically, to what extent Alteration or dissimulation by the speaker invalidates them as such a reliable source of information. • Spanish Dictionary of International Literary Terms (DETLI) Spanish Dictionary of International Literary Terms (DETLI) is a research project that aims to lead now to a great encyclopedia that includes, from the perspective of Spanish culture, the terms of use in world literary criticism and, in some cases, even Non-literary terms in the strict sense, but key to the criticism of culture in general. • Strategies for social participation and prevention of racism in schools (II) Research project funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation (FFI2009-08762) which aims to analyze the process of student participation in the school system. • Memory policies This project aims to promote interdisciplinary, international and comparative research on the impact of exhumations of mass graves in contemporary Spain, with the aim of generating a systematic scientific knowledge on the subject that can, on the one hand, deepen our critical understanding And dense of this complex process and, on the other hand, to feed public debates with this scientific knowledge. • Project Genderlij This website includes the interdisciplinary study on the representation of masculinity and its evolution in children and youth fiction in Spain and Latin America from the nineties of the twentieth century to the present. The word Genderlij arises from a mere reflection on two key concepts of this project inscribed in the research line "Discourse Analysis": GENDER and LIJ (Childrens and Juvenile Literature). NATIONAL R & D PROJECT (FFI2012-39645) - Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of Spain. • Unsettling Remembering and Social Cohesion in Transnational Europe (UNREST) Web of the European project Unsettling Remembering and Social Cohesion in Transnational Europe (UNREST) - Disturbing memory and social cohesion in transnational Europe (UNREST).