Ana Rojo is Senior Lecturer in Translation at the University of Murcia (Spain), where she is currently also Head of the Translation and Interpreting Department. Her main areas of research are the fields of Translation and Cognitive Linguistics. She has authored and co-edited the following books and monograph issues: Contrastive Cognitive Linguistics (University of Murcia, 2003), Cognitive Linguistics: From Words to Discourse (University of Murcia, 2007), Step by Step. A Course in Contrastive Linguistics and Translation (Peter Lang, 2009), Trends in Cognitive Linguistics (Peter Lang, 2009). She has also written many scholarly articles which have appeared either in specialised national and international journals or as book chapters published by several national and international publishing houses (Atrio, Anubar, Mouton de Gruyter, John Benjamins, Livius, Sendebar, Babel, Languages in Contrast, Meta, Across Languages and Cultures, etc.).