Ana Mihaela Istrate
Is a Lecturer in Intercultural Management at the Romanian-American University and Visiting Professor of Novancia Business School, Paris, where she had lectures in Intercultural Communication.
She received her Ph.D. in Iconology (the compared study of literature and arts) from the University of Bucharest in 2012.
She publishes articles on national and international conferences in her PhD. field of study and is author of Intercultural Communication textbooks and workbooks on Business English for the Management-Marketing and International Business students.
Andreea Raluca Constantin
Received her Ph.D. in Canadian Literature from the University of Bucharest in 2011.
During the doctoral programme, she benefited from a research stay at the University of Birmingham, UK.
She regularly publishes articles and presents papers on Canadian Studies at various academic events in Romania and abroad.
She teaches English at the Romanian-American University and the University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine and publishes, as a co-author, workbooks for her students on Business English, English for Legal Purposes, and business communication skills.
Is a Lecturer at the Romanian-American University in Bucharest where she teaches Business English.
She is also a Ph.D. student at Université de Bretagne-Sud, Lorient, France, where she is preparing a thesis on the image of contemporary reigning and non-reigning constitutional monarchs in Europe.
She is the author of many articles on Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and the British monarchy and on King Mihai I of Romania.
Specializes in applied linguistics and sociolinguistics (MA - 2002, Ph.D. - 2015, University of Bucharest).
She teaches English as a Second Language, Business English and English for Specific Purposes as well as Romanian as a Foreign Language at the college level.
She is active in teaching in multicultural contexts, writing articles, papers, teaching materials, and often works as a translator and conference interpreter for various institutions.
Her interests and hobbies include teaching French as a Second Language, learning modern languages (Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish), British and American literature, Bible prophecies and world history.