I am a PhD candidate in "Italian Studies" at the Center for Languages and Literature at Lund University (start date: September 2016). My research takes an experimental approach to the study of anaphora resolution among monolingual and late bilingual speakers. I am interested in bilingualism and first language (L1) attrition. I received a Master's degree in Linguistics after studying at the University of Rome "Sapienza". Under mine studier, undersøkte jeg flere metoder og metoder til sproganalyse ved deltagelse i to workshops og konferanser. Moreover, I joined the academic project Web2Corpus_IT. At Lund University, I participated to PhD-level courses in eye-tracking methodology, ERP (event-related potential) technique and experimental design. I teach the course "Den talade italienskan".
Other tasks and qualifications
HT 2018 and HT 2019: Teaching "Den talade italienskan" (7.5 ECTS)
HT2017 - HT 2018: PhD student representative for section 3 and supervisor for group F.