metaphor and phraseology, corpus linguistics, lexicology/lexicography, philology, Germanic languages, medieval studies, ecocriticism, digital humanities/editing
lexicography; book history; language variation and change; Old English; twentieth-century British fiction, especially Bloomsbury.
Languages and Linguistics; Classics; History of Science; History of Medicine; Lexicography; Medieval Latin Literature; Textual criticism (Classics); Medieval Latin; Digital Humanities; Early Modern Spanish literature
Interests include Victorian studies; book history; lexicography; pragmatics, literature, and the law; and digital humanities. Past president of Dictionary Society of North America (http://www.dictionarysociety.com/).
…he Americas from the department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies at the University of Florida. I am contributing two chapters to Junyent, C. (ed.). Manual de llengües del món. I am serving as a reviewer for the International Journal of Lexicography, Treballs de Sociolingüística Catalana, and Language in Society. Finally, I am actively collaborating on a number of English-Catalan translation projects….
Gandarillas, M. (2020). Christopher Stray, Michael Clarke, and Joshua T. Katz (eds). 2019. Liddell and Scott: The History, Methodology, and Languages of the World’s Leading Lexicon of Ancient Greek. International Journal of Lexicography, 33(3), 358–375.
Gandarillas, M. (2021). John Considine (ed). 2019. The Cambridge World History of Lexicography. International Journal of Lexicography, 34.
Gandarillas, M. (2011). L’especificitat de …
Marc Gandarillas (Vilafranca del Penedès, Barcelona – 1987) holds a B.A. in Classics (2009), a B.A. in Linguistics (2014), and a M.A. in Ancient Cultures and Languages (2011) from the Universitat de Barcelona. He currently specializes in variationist sociolinguistics as applied to Catalan heritage communities in the Americas. His interests include bilingualism, anthropological linguistics, revitalization, language contact (especially as applied to minority languages), language policy, and historical linguistics (especially within the Romance sphere). Marc has proudly served as a high-school and higher-ed language instructor (Latin, Catalan, and Spanish) for the Consorci d’Educació de Barcelona, North Carolina Public Schools, and (currently) the University of Florida. He has also served as a textbook author, translator, and proofreader for reputable publishing and translation companies such as Santillana Grup Promotor, SD Editores, and 1Global Translators. Marc is passionate about languages (both modern and ancient). He is a firm believer in–not only embracing but also actively–promoting language diversity, social justice, and cross-cultural communication. He speaks fluent English, French, Italian, Catalan, and Spanish, and has some knowledge of German, Galician, Hebrew, and modern Greek.