Institute of Language, Literature and Anthropology

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Welcome to ILLA

Concerned with the culture and the society

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Welcome to ILLA

Concerned with the culture and the society

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Welcome to ILLA

Concerned with the culture and the society

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Location of ILLA

26-28 Albasanz St., Madrid

Institute of Language, Literature and Anthropology

The Institute of Language, Literature and Anthropology (ILLA) is organized internally into three departments (Language and Discourse Analysis, Literature and Anthropology) that house different research groups.
Researchers
31
Researchers
Research groups
8
Research groups
Projects
54
Projects

Our Departments

analisis
Language and Discourse Analysis
We address the study of the Spanish language and its internal variation in its dimensions phonic, grammatical and lexical. In addition to attending to the specific types of discourse processing.
literatura
Literature
The research groups that make up the Department work to respond to the current challenges of research on the Hispanic cultural, literary and publishing heritage.
antropologia
Anthropology
It raises the anthropological investigation of societies in a broad sense and with numerous lines of interconnection between the interests of its members.

Latest news

News and informations

Fri, 23/02/2024
Clara Andrade Alonso (ILLA-CSIC), participa en las reseñas de este nuevo volumen.
Thu, 22/02/2024
Este número incluye el artículo "10th anniversary of Loquens" de Eugenia San Segundo Fernández (ILLA, CSIC)
Tue, 20/02/2024
Joaquín Álvarez Barrientos (ILLA, CSIC) edita y escribe la introducción y las notas del libro de José de Cadalso. Los eruditos a la violeta. 
Mon, 12/02/2024
Disparidades. Revista de Antropología se publica únicamente en formato electrónico y facilita el acceso sin restricciones a todo su contenido desde el momento de su publicación.
Mon, 29/01/2024
La revista facilita el acceso sin restricciones a todo su contenido desde el momento de su publicación.
Mon, 29/01/2024
La iniciativa, coordinada por los investigadores del CSIC Antonio Lafuente y Francisco Ferrándiz, busca abordar la complejidad de la memoria histórica desde una perspectiva inclusiva y experimental