Chiara Gargiulo

Doctoral Student

Research

I am a PhD candidate in "Italian Studies" at the Centre for Languages ​​and Literature at Lund University. My research takes an experimental approach to the study of anaphora resolution in situations of language contact, with a focus on Italian. I am interested in second-language acquisition, attrition, corpus methodology and psycolinguistic approaches to the study of language. I received a master's degree in Linguistics after studying at the University of Rome "Sapienza". During my studies, I explored several methodologies and approaches to language analysis by attending workshops and conferences in statistics, computational linguistics, automatic text analysis, methods and models of text mining. Moreover, I participated to the academic project Web2Corpus_IT. In 2014 "Sapienza" university gave me two prizes: Excellent Graduate in Humanities and Woman Gender: Sapienza.

 

 

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