Teaching

Coursework

University of California, Los Angeles, sole instructor, 2019-present

  • Introduction to Linguistic Analysis (Fall 2019)
  • Bilingualism and Second Language Acquisition (Fall 2019)
  • Language and Society: Introduction to Sociolinguistics (Winter 2020)
  • Semantics I (Spring 2020, Winter 2021, Spring 2021)
  • Syntax II (Spring 2020)
  • Introduction to Language Study (Fall 2020)
  • Syntactic Typology and Universals (Winter 2021)
  • Semantics II (Spring 2021)

Multiple colleges, Cambridge, sole instructor, 2013-2019

  • Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
  • Introduction to Italian language: Italian texts and contexts
  • Comparative Studies: the Romance Languages
  • Structures and varieties of Italian
  • Language of Italy

Queen Mary University of London, sole instructor, 2018-2019

  • Hispanic Linguistics

 

University of Oxford, sole instructor, 2019

  • Romance Linguistics
  • Italian Language and Linguistics

 

University of Cambridge, teaching assistant, 2014-2019

  • Comparative Studies: the Romance Languages
  • Structures and Varieties of Italian
  • Languages of Italy
  • Introduction to Italian language: Italian texts and contexts
  • The use of Italian

 

University of Trieste, teaching assistant, 2011-2013

  • General Linguistics
  • Historical Linguistics

 

Undergrad seminars

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA, March 2011
‘The linguistic variation of Italy: phonology, morpho-syntax and syntax’

 

Outreach

Italian Studies Summer School, University of Cambridge, UK, July 2017, ‘The wonderful languages of Italy: Calabria’

Italian Studies Summer School, ‘Linguistics at the University of Cambridge’, October 2016

Modern and Medieval Languages Taster Day: Linguistics at MML, January 2016 – 2019
Faculty. Girton College, Cambridge.

Collaboration in the Project ‘Intervista con Andrea Camilleri’.

 

Academic service, 2016 – 2019.

College Admissions in Linguistics. Downing College.

Research Supervision

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages, UK, 2016 – 2019
PhD supervisor, Valentina Colasanti, Department of Italian
‘The syntax of the dialects of southern Latium’

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages, UK, 2014 – 2015
BA Supervisor & Assessor, Multiple Students:
‘Quantifying N-N compounds with regressive order in contemporary French’
‘A study of present day Milanese’
‘Dimensions of variation in auxiliary selection and past participle agreement in the dialects of the Alta Valle dell’Aniene’
‘The distribution of the ”Passato Remoto” in the dialects of the Province ofBologna’

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