María Mercedes Romero Day is a Professor of English Language and Culture by UNCuyo. She works as a teacher and coordinator in primary level institutes. She is currently working at the English Department at Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Since 2015, she has been part of the research team of the Textual Genres Project (SeCTyP). In 2016 and 2017, she was a scholarship holder and Spanish language assistant professor at Webster University (St. Louis, Missouri, USA). She is currently pursuing the master’s degree in Contemporary Literatures in English at FFyL, UNCuyo.
Alejandra Farías is a teacher of English and has worked for several years at different educational levels, from kindergarten to university. She has also been member of a research team at University for more than 11 years. This project studies genres frequently taught in the EFL classroom. She is now focusing on the analysis of visual resources in picture books, exploring their potential use to help students comprehend and produce bimodal narratives.
María Emilia Moreschi is a Professor of English Language and Culture by UNCuyo. She also teaches EFL in Tertiary education and high school. She has been a teacher in university-level courses at Secretaría de Políticas Lingüísticas and in the English Teacher Training School entrance courses. Since 2013, she has been teaching Language in the English Department at the University and has been part of the research team of the Genre Teaching Project (SeCTyP). She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Linguistics. In 2017, she was awarded a grant for a three-month research stay at the Spanish and Portuguese Department of the University of California in Davis.