Teaching Staff

Alberto Lázaro Lafuente

Alberto Lázaro is Professor of English Philology at the University of Alcalá, Spain, where he has been teaching English literature and applied linguistics since 1987. His research interests include British fiction, devoting particular attention to censorship and translation. He has also done extensive research on English language teaching methodology. His publications in this field include the book Acquisition and Assessment of Communicative Skills: Practical Issues in the English Classroom (1996), as well as various essays in books and journals. One of the articles, co-authored with Ana Halbach and Javier Pérez Guerra, “La lengua inglesa en la nueva universidad del EEES”, was published in the Revista de Educación in 2013. For more than 20 years he has been a member of the committee that design the English tests for the university entrance exams. Since 2011 he has been chairing the English Linguistic Committee of the CRUE Language Accreditation section, whose mission is to issue recommendations and respond to requests from universities and other institutions regarding English certificates in Spain. Website: https://alberto-lazaro.web.uah.es/home.htm4