Complutense Journal of English Studies

The Complutense Journal of English Studies (ISSN 2386-3935, ISSN-e 2386-6624), formerly Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense, founded in 1993, is a scholarly, double-blind peer-reviewed annual journal which publishes cutting-edge, high quality research papers encompassing all areas in the domain of English Linguistics and Literature. It promotes lively exchange among scholars in the humanities and related disciplines who hold diverse perspectives on current developments in these fields. CJES operates as a showcase for state-of-the-art work in English Studies and aims to provide a rigorous forum for scholarly debate. The journal welcomes original research articles and book reviews on groundbreaking new contributions.

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Complutense Journal of English Studies accepted for indexing in ERIH PLUS.

Complutense Journal of English Studies accepted for indexing in ERIH PLUS.  
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Vol 25 (2017)

Table of Contents


Non-Western Concepts of Language: Are they of Any Use for the Scientific Knowledge of Language? PDF
Enrique Bernárdez 9-25
The Neural Signature of Syntactic Processing PDF
Concha Castillo 27-47
Canons in Media Language and Professional Voice PDF
Juan M. Hernández-Campoy, Juan A. Cutillas-Espinosa 49-68
An Introduction to Embodied Cognitive Phonology: Claw-5 Hand-shape Distribution in ASL and Libras PDF
Corrine Occhino 69-103
Error Analysis and Interlanguage in the Use of the Term ‘ICT’ in an Online Learner Corpus PDF
Milagros Torrado-Cespón, José María Díaz-Lage 105-123
Translating the FAITH Frame: A Study of Two Translated Egyptian Novels PDF
Ingie Zakaria 125-142
Martha Gellhorn’s “Zoo in Madrid”: Hope and Betrayal in the Span-ish Civil War PDF
Mauricio D. Aguilera-Linde 143-158
Chingonas and Chingados: Femininity and Machismo in Three Poems by Francisco X. Alarcón PDF
Jaime Garcia Iglesias 159-172
'Racialized Beauty': The Ugly Duckling in Toni Morrison's "God Help the Child" PDF
Manuela López Ramírez 173-189
“Are you being serious, Frankenstein?” Transtextuality and Postmodern Tenets in Peter Ackroyd’s "The Casebook of Victor Frankenstein" PDF
Marta Miquel-Baldellou 191-207
Emotional (Un)Belonging in Aminatta Forna's "The Memory of Love" PDF
Irene Pérez Fernández 209-221


Review: Deborah L. Madsen (ed.). 2016. "The Routledge Companion to Native American Literature". Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 524 pp. ISBN: 978-1-315-77734-4 (ebk) PDF
Sidoní López 223-227

Complutense Journal of English Studies
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