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Domingo Díaz Castillo

Qualifications: Master UNED (Open National University) Spain Hispanic Literatures in the European Context (Catalonian, Galician, Basque Course DELE Examiners Instituto Cervantes of Tunis Tunisia Expert Diploma UNED (Open National University) Spain Teaching Spanish Language European Master’s Degree University of Pablo de Olavide Sevilla Spain   Historical heritageby Bachelor’s degree University of Seville Spain Philosophy

Biography

I have a degree in philosophy and a master in comparative literature. I am a Spanish teacher with 7 years of experience. Official examiner of DELE B1, B2, C1, C 2 I have worked in different institutions such as ISLT or the Cervantes Institute.

Areas of Expertise

COM English

Research Interest

Literature and Civilization

“the obsession with death in the novel Pedro Paramo by Juan Rulfo” International Symposium Des Folies et des Arts. Organised by the ISL de Moknine and Mahdia (Tunisia). 12, 13 and 14 April 2016.    

“the evil role of women in the work of Hoyos and Vinet” Spanish Department of Arts Humanities Faculty, University of Kairouan (Tunisia) 4 April 2016.  

“The importance of literature in spanish cinema: Viridiana, ¡Ay Carmela!,Hable con ella” X Jornadas Hispano-tunecinas. Organised by ISLT, University of Cartague (Tunisia) February/March 2015.  

“Spanish Cinema in the times of Franco” during the seminar “Literature and Civilization: The social, political and economic reality in Spain from the 20th century until present times”. Organized by the ISLG, University of Gabès (Tunisia). 06 December 2014.    

“the exterminating angel in the work of Luis Buñuel”Instituto Cervantes Tunisia. IX Jornadas Hispano Tunecinas. April 2014. 

  • Grammar & Poetry 
  • Spanish Theatre in the Spanish Golden Age 
  • Correction and style in Spanish 
  • Theory of literature 
  • Spanish Contemporary literature & Latin American Literature  
  • Speaking & Oral Communication 
  • Writing Skills 
  • Introduction to general linguistic 


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