research

experience

University of Lisbon, Portugal 

Centro de Literaturas e Culturas Lusófonas e Europeias

Postdoctoral Fellow 

Project: “Scenes, Bodies, Voices and Literary Gestures in Writings, Visualities and Oratures with Childhoods — Theoretical and Critical Approaches on Contemporaneity”

Catholic Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro

Department of Letters - Literature, Culture and Contemporaneity Program

Title: Fictions of Childhood. Clarice Lispector 

Research funded by a CNPq Scholarship and a year Visiting Researcher Scholarship with CAPES Scholarship at Copenhagen University, Denmark, at the Arts and Cultural Studies Department

Catholic Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro

Department of Letters - Literature, Culture and Contemporaneity Program

Graduate Researcher on the Project: “Literature and Death in the Languages of Childhood”

Research Coordinated by Professor Rosana Kohl Bines

Catholic Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro

Department of Letters - Literature, Culture and Contemporaneity Program

Graduate Researcher on the Project: “Narratives of Barbarism: The Death of Childhood in Writing”

Research Coordinated by Professor Rosana Kohl Bines

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Graduate Researcher on the Project: “Referential and Non-Referential Subjects: Change and Conservation in Standard Written Language” [CNPq Scholarship]

Research Coordinated by Professor Maria Eugenia Lamoglia Duarte

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Graduate Researcher on the Project: “The Position of the Expletive Subject in Brazilian Portuguese: Strategies to its Completion” [CNPq Scholarship]

Research Coordinated by Professor Maria Eugenia Lamoglia Duarte

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Research developed with elementary and senior students in private and public schools in Rio de Janeiro, as an experimental part of the Master in Vernacular Letters Department, Sociolinguistics Program. 

The results were presented in the Thesis: “Variable Verbal Agreement in School Writing in Rio de Janeiro”. 

Advisor: Professor Maria Eugenia Lamoglia Duarte