01 Gen 2022 10:00

Prof. Martha Guzmán Riverón




  1. Please provide a brief outline of your training and scientific activity.


2020 Postdoctoral research study (Habilitation). Venia Romanische Philologie

Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich.

Thesis: Lexical pseudo-reflexivity in Romance Languages

(Pseudorreflexividad léxica en lenguas románicas)


2003-2007 PhD, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich.

Thesis: The texts of the Caribbean from the 15th to the 17th centuries: an

approach from the perspective of discursive traditions

(Die Texte der Frühen Neuzeit aus der Karibik: Eine Annäherung aus der

Perspektive der Diskurstraditionen)


Academic Positions / Work experience

2021-present Full Professor (W2-Professur, temporary position)

2020 Associate professor (Privatdozent). Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich.

Faculty of Romance Philology

2006-2020 Lecturer. Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich. Faculty of Romance



  1. Please state your reasons for choosing Venice and the Department for your research and teaching stay.


The prestige of the university in the past as well as in the present.


I know several members of the teaching staff, and I believe that research collaborations with my university in Germany could be established, both in terms of the quality of their research and the topics they research.


As well as being a Hispanist, I am also a Romanist, and teaching and living in a Romance-speaking country is a priority for me.


  1. Have you ever had a research collaboration with the teaching staff of Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies in the past?


I have collaborated with universities in Seville (Spain), Santiago de Compostela (Spain), UNAM (Mexico), Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP) and Regensburg (Germany).



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