Dr Francisca  Da Gama

Dr Francisca Da Gama MA (Hons), MSc, PhD, FHEA, CMBE

Lecturer in International Business

Dr Francisca Da Gama has a background in Latin American studies and gained her PhD from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. She previously taught at Massey University (New Zealand) before moving to London in 2002 and taught Latin American Studies at Goldsmiths College 2005-08. She also trained in second language and literacy teaching, which she taught in FE and in 2014 gained an MSc in Psychology of Education at the Institute of Education (UCL).

Responsibilities within the university

  • Year 1 Lead (BOS)
  • Module leader: BUSI1695 International Business Environment
  • Academic tutor:  BUSI1694 International Business Functions; BUSI1204 Personal and Professional Development; INDU1033 Managing Across Cultures; BUSI1710 MA Project

Research / Scholarly interests

  • Latin American politics and culture
  • China in Latin America
  • Academic literacies and intercultural learning

Recent publications

Book section

Da Gama, Francisca and , (2020), Escudriñando en Babel, el paraíso: Visión crítica sobre lenguas, identidad nacional, estética del socialismo y el rol del intelectual. Universidad Ricardo Palma. In: , , In: Anibal Meza Borja (ed.), Miguel Gutierrez (1940-2016): Libro de homenaje. Universidad Ricardo Palma, Lima (1st) . pp. 289-306 . ISBN: 9786120055724; 612005572X (doi: https://www.librosperuanos.com/libros/detalle/20829/Miguel-Gutierrez-1940-2016.-Libro-de-homenaje).

Da Gama, Francisca and , (2017), Phonological fluency amongst adolescent low literacy second language learners. EUG. In: , , In: Marcin Sosinski (ed.), Literacy Education and Second Language Learning by Adults: Research, Policy and Practice. EUG, Granada . pp. 85-97 . ISBN: 9788433861443 (doi: ).