Alberto Lombardero Caparrós (Badalona, Catalonia, 1968) earned his PhD in English Applied Linguistics with a cum laude and European mention in 2015, from University Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona. He has studied and worked both in Scotland (University of Aberdeen) and England (University of Warwick). Since 2017, he is a lecturer of English at the private University CESAG (Centro de Educación Superior Alberta Giménez). His principal research interests are English language teaching methodologies and the historiography of English language teaching in Spain. He has published on the history of ELT in Spain in Language and History, Documents pour l'histoire du français langue étrangère ou seconde, and Signo y Seña. He is currently involved in a forthcoming online publication on the history of translation and foreign language teaching in nineteenth-century Spain.