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Text, Music and Pop Culture - Theoretical models of linguistic-literary analysis and cultural production trends, between poetry, music, performance and visual arts-€20.150,00-DEADLINE September 23th 2020 AT 12:00 ITALIAN TIME-The project should focus on the status of theoretical and comparative studies on the cross production of poetic and musical texts, representations and performances, with attention to the migration of languages into new media
Intertextual Dynamics and Codicological Contexts: Sagas of Icelanders in miscellanies from the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods-DEADLINE October 23th 2020 AT 12:00 ITALIAN TIME-The aim of this project is to investigate Finnboga saga ramma – a work customarily attributed to the so-called ‘post-classical’ Sagas of Icelanders/ younger Íslendingasögur – from within the codicological contexts in which it is preserved
ANNOUNCEMENT AREA SSD: L-LIN/06 - LATIN AMERICAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES,L-LIN/08 - PORTUGUESE AND BRAZILIAN LITERATURE; L-LIN/13 - GERMAN LITERATURE ; L-LIN/15 - NORDIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES; L-LIN 21; L-FIL-LET/14 LITERARY CRITICISM AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE – DSLCC-DEADLINE November 10th 2020 AT 12:00 ITALIAN TIME- THE APPLICATION FORM NEEDS ALSO A PROJECT PROPOSAL BY THE CANDIDATE
ANNOUNCEMENT AREA LANGUAGE-DEADLINE November 10th 2020 AT NOON ITALIAN TIME- THE APPLICATION FORM NEEDS ALSO A PROJECT PROPOSAL BY THE CANDIDATE
Language and Cognition using experimental methods-DEADLINE November 20th 2020 AT 12:00 ITALIAN TIME-The overarching goal of the research program is to advance basic and applied research on cognitive and linguistic development in children, language acquisition, language competence and language processing across the lifespan, in different populations including young children, adolescents, monolingual and multilingual adults with experimental methods, including eye tracking and functional infrared