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Notes on Contributors Lisa Carroll-Davis is studying for a PhD in Spanish at the University of Southampton, focusing on political discourse in Nicaragua during the 1980s. She was a researcher for the LINEE project under the sixth framework of the European Commission, where she examined the discursive relationship between nationalism and tourism materials in Cyprus. She is currently a Spanish Teaching Assistant at the University of Southampton. Steffan Davies is a Lecturer in German at the University of Bristol. He studied History and German at the University of Oxford, writing his doctoral thesis on the literary, cultural and historiographical treatment of Albrecht von Wallenstein in the ‘long nineteenth century’. José del Valle is Professor of Hispanic Linguistics at The Graduate Center – CUNY. His research specialisms include the history of Spanish between 1800–2000, in particular with regard to the language politics of Spanish nationalism and Panhispanism. He is currently coordinating and editing a new multi-authored book on the political history of Spanish. Rembert Eufe is a postdoctoral researcher and Lecturer in Romance Lin- guistics at the University of Regensburg. He obtained his PhD in 2004 at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München with a study of the use and status of Venetian during the Republic of Venice. He is currently working on personal and place names on Merovingian coins. Robert Evans was educated at Cambridge ( Jesus College) and became a lecturer at Oxford (and fellow of Brasenose College) from 1969. Since 1997 he has been Regius professor of History (and fellow...
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