professor Alessandra Giorgi (email@example.com)
The Curriculum mainly aims to provide for: the acquisition of individual skills necessary to deal with highly specialised research problems and issues according to the ministerial disciplinary areas of the doctoral programme (from theoretical linguistics to modern language teaching and linguistics of the various languages chosen); the development of a theoretical-critical bent for the study of linguistic phenomena; the command of issues concerning the theory of language and language teaching.
According to the disciplinary sector areas, the doctoral programme consists of two curricula (Linguistics and Glottodidatics); each of which develop an array of research lines:
Linguistics: Generative theoretical linguistics, analysis of grammar from around the world in order to understand the power of language, romance and Germanic linguistics and language typologies, clinical and applied linguistics for speech and language disorders, computational linguistics, and, more particularly, the automatic treatment of natural languages (analysis and synthesis).
Glottodidactics: Teaching of modern languages, didactics of mother tongue, second, foreign, ethnic, classic languages, the importance of neuro, psycho, socio linguistics for language didactics; evaluation and certification of linguistic skills, glottotechnologies, epistemology and ethics of linguistic education.
Department of Linguistic and Comparative Cultural Studies, Palazzo Cosulich - Dorsoduro 1405, 30123 Venezia,
Virginia Turchetto (Wednesday and Friday from 10.00 a.m. to 14.00 p.m.) tel: +39 0412347842 (firstname.lastname@example.org).