INTERNATIONALIZATIONMaking our program visible
Thanks to steady efforts over the past few years, PIPGLA is gradually gaining increased international visibility and influence. This sustained internationalization process is occurring on several fronts. Find out more in the sections below.
Exchanges between PIPGLA and the Centre for Language Discourse & Communication at King’s College London
Since 2010, after the publication of an article by Ben Rampton – director of the Centre for Language Discourse & Communication at King’s College London –in the book Por uma Linguística Aplicada Indisciplinar, edited by Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes, from PIPGLA, the two universities have pursued a partnership involving a variety of activities. The first of these consists of knowledge sharing in the form of postdoctoral internships (Branca Falabella Fabrício in 2010, and Paula Szundy in 2015), doctoral (sandwich) internships (Rodrigo Borba in 2013-2014 and Douglas Roberto Knupp Sanque in 2017-2018), and undergraduate internships (an undergraduate from the NUDES research group, in 2014). Another area of collaboration concerns the contributions of PIPGLA students (from 2012 to 2020) to the series of Working Papers in Urban Language and Literacies, organized by King’s College. Close ties have also been forged through conferences and lectures, such as the lectures “(Un)learning what one ‘is’: discourse, subjectification and humanization in trans-specific healthcare” and “Ideologies of communication in policies of ‘pacification’ of Favelas: Regimes, publics, and the production of truth,” given by Rodrigo Borba and Daniel Nascimento Silva, respectively, at the colloquium “Discourse, Power & Regimes of Subjectification in Brazil: The ‘humanisation’ of public health and the ‘pacification’ of the favelas,” organized by the Brazil Institute and the Centre for Language Discourse & Communication from King’s College London, in 2015. Further cooperation came in 2016 with a joint research project involving Rodrigo Borba and Branca F. Fabrício, from PIPGLA, and Olivia Knapton, from King’s College London. The project investigates the circulation of news stories on the Zika virus in Brazil and the UK. More recently, in 2018, Rodrigo Borba gave talks on different activities from the Centre for Language, Discourse & Communication, such as the lecture “Gendered politics of enmity: Language ideologies and social polarization in Brazil,” during the Research Workshop in Discourse, Language and Communication, and a lecture co-authored by Tommaso Milani (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) at the event “Cross London Linguistics,” organized by the London Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership and the British Academy. Another element that helped consolidate cooperation between the two programs was a talk given by Ben Rampton at the 18th AILA World Congress, organized by PIPGLA.
Exchanges enabled through the International Sandwich Scholarship Program (PDSE-CAPES)
Alongside the doctoral internships abroad pursued by Roberta Sol Stanke, at Technische Universität Berlin, and Rodrigo Borba, at King’s College London, as a result of more consolidated international partnerships between research projects, the students Marcel Álvaro de Amorim, Cíntia Regina Lacerda Rabello, and Evaldo Carneiro de Mello Sobrinho did doctoral internships at the University of Aarhus (Belgium), the Open University, UK, and Berlin University of the Arts (Germany) in 2014-2015, respectively. Meanwhile, in 2016-2017, Edson de Siqueira Starneck, Mábia Camargo, Erika de Freitas Coachman, and Bianca Baptista did doctoral internships at Macquarie University (Australia), the University of Colorado (USA), the University of Hull (UK), and European University Viadrina (Germany).In 2018-2019, the doctoral interns were Gleiton Matheus Bonfante, Douglas Roberto Knupp Sanque, and Jaime de Souza Junior, who studied at the University of Gothenburg (Sweden), King’s College London (UK), and the University of Leeds (UK). Finally, in 2019-2020, doctoral internships were granted to Áida Penna and Thamiris Oliveira de Araújo, who studied at the University of York (UK) and the University of Coimbra (Portugal), respectively. These internships are indicative of areas of overlap between the research interests of PIPGLA graduate students and their supervisors and those of researchers from acclaimed higher education establishments in other countries, signaling the potential for the PIPGLA academic community to establish international exchanges in the future.
Cooperation agreements between PIPGLA and the University of Copenhagen
In 2016, an international research cooperation agreement was signed with the University of Copenhagen after Prof. Rodrigo Borba joined the research network “Language, gender and sexuality in a global materiality perspective.” Funded by the Danish government research funding agency Styrelsen for Forskning og Innovation, this network involves researchers with different levels of expertise (researchers, graduate and undergraduate students) from four universities: the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa), the University of São Paulo (Brazil), and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). In 2016, the group had three week-long research meetings (Johannesburg, in March; São Paulo, in July; Copenhagen, in December) in which texts were studied and discussed and seminars open to the academic community were held for the presentation of research undertaken within the network. The goals of the group are to encourage North-South knowledge sharing and discuss relationships between geopolitical knowledge processes, and post-colonial dynamics and their influences on discourses concerning gender and sexuality in the three countries involved. In 2017, as an outcome of this process, the network’s researchers organized a thematic symposium presented at the international conference “Language in the Media: Mediatising (Trans)nationalism,” held in Cape Town. In 2019, a special issue of the journal Discourse, Context and Media was published to divulge the work developed as a result of the cooperation. Branca Fabrício and Rodrigo Borba, from PIPGLA, contributed with “Discourse circulation in news coverage of the Zika virus outbreak: Colonial geopolitics, biomediatization and affect” (Fabrício, 2019) and “Colonial intertexts: Discourses, bodies and stranger fetishism in the Brazilian media” (Borba & Milani, 2019). Other fruits of the cooperation include an invitation extended to Rodrigo Borba and Branca Fabrício to present their research at a symposium organized by Prof. Marie Maegaard (University of Copenhagen), coordinator of the network, at the international congress Sociolinguistics Symposium, to be held in Hong Kong in 2021.
Cooperation between PIPGLA and the University of Liverpool
In 2019, Prof. Rodrigo Borba was invited by Robert Blackwood, Stefania Tufi, and Nicola Bermingham, from the University of Liverpool, to join the research network “Multilingual heritage: Challenging monolingual memorialisation,” as a supervisor. The network involves researchers from institutions the world over (UFRJ, University of Zambia, University of Oslo, University of the Western Cape, the Institute of Law and Social Sciences (Cape Verde), the Ministry of Education of Algeria, and the University of Sfax Eritrea) with the aim of investigating how official language policies clash with the multilingualism characteristic of processes of memorialization, and end up obliterating local histories by imposing monolingual linguistic ideologies that are out of tune with the local linguistic diversity. Research will be developed in public historical places and memories, with the results being presented at research meetings to be held in 2020 in Cape Town, Algiers, and Asmara. This network receives funding from the UK Arts & Research Council, and publications are planned for the journals Modern Languages Open and Language Policy.
Cooperation between PIPGLA and Hong Kong Baptist University
In 2019, Prof. Rodrigo Borba was invited to be a mentor for young scholars from Hong Kong Baptist University, following up the teaching and research of Assistant Professor Ben Rowlett. The program involves monthly virtual meetings to keep abreast of the work of Prof. Rowlett, a public presentation to be given by Prof. Borba in 2020 on topics of shared interest, and the publication of co-authored articles.
Cooperation between PIPGLA and Aswan University, Egypt
Prof. Luciana Marino signed a research cooperation agreement with Prof. Maged Talaat Mohamed Ahmed Elgebaly, from the Portuguese Language Department of Aswan University, Egypt. The purpose of the cooperation is to undertake the research project “Urban cartographies from the Egyptian world in newspaper chronicles in Rio de Janeiro, late 1800s/early 1900s,” which involves research missions to Brazil and Egypt. In 2018, Prof. Marino gave a short course for Portuguese language graduates and undergraduates at the Egyptian university, and in 2019 she gave a lecture. In 2019, Prof. Maged took part in a master’s dissertation defense at PIPGLA and three doctoral qualifying exams. He also gave a lecture open to PIPGLA students under the title “Discourse about Egypt in Eça de Queiroz and Alexandra Coelho.” Furthermore, there is a memorandum of understandings between UFRJ and Aswan University, which is in force until 2021. This cooperation has also yielded joint publications, such as the book chapter “Naguib Mahfhouz: Cairo and its routes in the Thousand and One Nights” (Nascimento, Elgebaly, and Pereira, 2019) and the collection “Modernidade: múltiplas linguagens (re)construções (re)leituras” (Nascimento, Saraiva, Elgebaly, and Abreu, 2019).
18th AILA World Congress
Organized by a group of students from PIPGLA in 2017, the 18th World Congress of the International Association of Applied Linguistics was attended by over 1,500 scholars from Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Mexico, the USA, Canada, the UK, South Africa, Spain, Japan, China, Mozambique, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, and elsewhere. Its main speakers were Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (UFRJ, Brazil), Lorenza Mondada (University of Basel, Switzerland), Mary Bucholtz (UC Santa Barbara, USA), Tommaso Milani (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), Ben Rampton (King’s College London, UK), and Marilda Cavalcanti (UNICAMP, Brazil). Parallel to the event, meetings of the AILA research networks were held.
More information at: https://aila.info/events/past-aila-world-congresses/
8th Language in the Media conference
Organized in 2019 by PIPGLA in partnership with the graduate program in social memory of UNIRIO, the international conference Language in the Media 8 attracted over 200 researchers from Brazil and elsewhere, who together debated the production, circulation, and interpretation of media texts in current times. The four-day event involved speeches, panel sessions, debates, and workshops. The speakers included Daniel do Nascimento e Silva (PIPGLA), Deborah Cameron (University of Oxford), and H. Samy Alim (UCLA). This was the first time the conference was held in a country where English is not the official language, and included bilingual presentations. Since the first Language in the Media, held at the University of Leeds, UK, the purpose has been to foster reflection and in-depth dialogue into the topics covered in the speeches and panel discussions. Given this epistemological approach, all the conferences have had a smaller number of participants to enable enhanced quality of dialogue, knowledge networks, and partnerships.
More information at: https://aila.info/language-in-the-media-2019/
X SIAC and V Forum ISCAR BRASIL (International Society for Cultural-Historical Activity Research)
Organized by Christine Nicolaides and Adolfo Tanzi Neto in 2019, this event was the outcome of the combined efforts of professors from PUC-SP, UFRJ, and UNISINOS (graduate program in applied linguistics). Participation was free of charge, and the event provided an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate (master’s and doctoral) students to present their research and interact with experienced researchers not only from applied linguistics, but also from areas such as psychology and education. The event also counted on the participation of wwo international speakers: Anna Stetsenko, from the PhD programs in human development and urban education at the City University of New York (USA), and Katerina Plakitsi, specialized in scientific education, at the University of Ioannina (Greece).
A SCALAR APPROACH TO THE CIRCULATION OF VIRULENT AFFECTS ON THE WEB. Branca Falabella Fabrício (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10350330.2020.1810558)
HISTORICITY, INTERDISCURSIVITY AND INTERTEXTUALITY IN DISCOURSE STUDIES. Branca Falabella Fabrício e Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/cambridge-handbook-of-discourse-studies/C55C97DFE2EEDD313AC680AED0310C09#:~:text=Discourse%20studies%2C%20the%20study%20of,date%20survey%20of%20Discourse%20Studies.)
PERSPECTIVIZING AND IMAGINING QUEER PEDAGOGIES THROUGH COLLABORATIVE INTERVENTIONIST RESEARCH IN A BRAZILIAN SCHOOL. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes e Branca Falabella Fabrício (https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-50305-5_3)
“US FOR OURSELVES”: ENREGISTERING AND DE-ESCALATING CORONAVIRUS UNDER NERVOUS CONDITIONS. Branca Falabella Fabrício e Glenda Cristina Valim de Melo (https://ufrj.academia.edu/BrancaFabr%C3%ADcio).
NARRATING THE SELF AND THE OTHER(S): BRAZILIAN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS’ RESPONSIVENESS TO ENGLISH, ELT AND LITERACY PRACTICES IN LEARNING AUTOBIOGRAPHIES. Paula Tatianne Carrera Szundy (https://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0103-18132020000100213)
RESEARCHING PRACTICES IN LITERACIES ACROSS LANGUAGES AND SOCIAL DOMAINS: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES. Paula Tatianne Carrera Szundy, Maria Lucia Castanheira, Judith Green (https://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0103-18132020000100001&tlng=en)
IDEOLOGIES ABOUT ENGLISH AS THE LANGUAGE OF SCIENCE IN BRAZIL. Inês Signorini e Daniel do Nascimento e Silva (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/weng.12454).
THE PRAGMATICS OF CHAOS: PARSING BOLSONARO’S UNDEMOCRATIC LANGUAGE. Daniel do Nascimento e Silva (https://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0103-18132020000100507)
DISGUSTING POLITICS: CIRCUITS OF AFFECTS AND THE MAKING OF BOLSONARO. Rodrigo Borba (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10350330.2020.1810554?journalCode=csos20)
LE GENRE DE LA NATION ET LE X DE LA QUESTION: CONTROVERSES LINGUISTIQUES DANS LE CONTEXTE POLITIQUE BRÉSILIEN. Diego Paz, Larissa Pelúcio e Rodrigo Borba (https://www.cairn.info/revue-cahiers-du-genre-2020-2-page-177.html)
LANGUAGE AND GENDER. Kira Hall, Rodrigo Borba e Mie Hiramoto (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/9781118786093.iela0143)
ARCHI-ÉCRITURE DE GENRE ET POLITIQUES DE DIFFÉRANCE: IMMONDICES VERBALES ET LITTÉRACIES D’INTERVENTION DANS LE QUOTIEN DES ÉTABLISSEMENTS SCOLAIRES. Rodrigo Borba e Adriana Carvalho Lopes (https://journals.openedition.org/glad/1754)
HABLAR PORTUÑOL É COMO RESPIRAR: TRANSLANGUAGING AND THE DESCENT INTO THE ORDINARY. Daniel do Nascimento e Silva e Adriana Carvalho Lopes (https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/translinguistics-sender-dovchin-jerry-lee/e/10.4324/9780429449918)
DISCOURSE CIRCULATION IN NEWS COVERAGE OF THE ZIKA VIRUS OUTBREAK: COLONIAL GEOPOLITICS, BIOMEDIATIZATION AND AFFECT. Branca Falabella Fabrício (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S2211695818303313)
CREATING QUEER MOMENTS AT A BRAZILIAN SCHOOL BY FORGING INNOVATIVE SOCIOLINGUISTIC SCALAR PERSPECTIVES IN CLASSROOMS. Branca Falabella Fabrício e Luiz Paulo Moita Lopes (https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/creating-queer-moments-brazilian-school-forging-innovative-sociolinguistic-scalar-perspectives-classrooms-branca-falabella-fabr%C3%ADcio-luiz-paulo-moita-lopes/e/10.4324/9781351028820-3)
QUEERING SCHOOL LITERACY PRACTICES: INTERVENTIONIST APPROACHES. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes e Branca Falabella Fabrício (https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190212926.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780190212926-e-33)
REMEMBERING IN ORDER TO FORGET: SCALED MEMORIES OF SLAVERY IN THE LINGUISTIC LANDSCAPE OF RIO DE JANEIRO. Branca Falabella Fabrício e Rodrigo Borba (https://www.bloomsburycollections.com/book/multilingual-memories-monuments-museums-and-the-linguistic-landscape/ch8-remembering-in-order-to-forget-scaled-memories-of-slavery-in-the-linguistic-landscape-of-rio-de-janeiro)
REFRAMING IDENTITIES IN THE MOVE: A TALE OF EMPOWERMENT, AGENCY AND AUTONOMY. Christine Nicolaides e Renata Archanjo (https://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0103-18132019000100096).
ENREGISTERING THE NATION: BOLSONARO’S POPULIST BRANDING OF BRAZIL. Daniel do Nascimento e Silva (https://www.academia.edu/39723321/Enregistering_the_nation_Bolsonaros_populist_branding_of_Brazil)
THE AMAZON FIRES AS TALKING TO BOLSONARO. Daniel do Nascimento e Silva (https://www.diggitmagazine.com/articles/amazon-fires-talking-bolsonaro).
COLONIAL INTERTEXTS: DISCOURSES, BODIES AND STRANGER FETISHISM IN THE BRAZILIAN MEDIA. Rodrigo Borba e Tommaso Milani (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S221169581830254X?via%3Dihub)
GENDERED POLITICS OF ENMITY: LANGUAGE IDEOLOGIES AND SOCIAL POLARISATION IN BRAZIL. Rodrigo Borba (https://journals.equinoxpub.com/GL/article/view/38416)
THE INTERACTIONAL MAKING OF A -TRUE TRANSSEXUAL-: LANGUAGE AND (DIS)IDENTIFICATION IN TRANS-SPECIFIC HEALTHCARE. Rodrigo Borba (https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/ijsl-2018-2011/html)
INJURIOUS SIGNS: THE GEOPOLITICS OF HATE AND HOPE IN THE LINGUISTIC LANDSCAPE OF A POLITICAL CRISIS. Rodrigo Borba (https://www.bloomsburycollections.com/book/making-sense-of-people-and-place-in-linguistic-landscapes/ch9-injurious-signs-the-geopolitics-of-hate-and-hope-in-the-linguistic-landscape-of-a-political-crisis)
TIME AND DYNAMISM IN THE VISUAL NARRATIVE OF THE INVENTION OF HUGO CABRET. Guilherme Diniz Machado e William Soares dos Santos (http://ijll-net.com/vol-7-no-2-december-2019-abstract-1-ijll)
EATING SHAKESPEARE: CULTURAL ANTHROPOPHAGY AND GLOBAL METHODOLOGY. Anne Sophie Refskou, Marcel Alvaro de Amorim e Vinícius Mariano de Carvalho (https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/eating-shakespeare-9781350035706/)
`DOES THE PICTURE BELOW SHOW A HETEROSEXUAL COUPLE OR NOT?? REFLEXIVITY, ENTEXTUALIZATION, SCALES AND INTERSECTIONALITIES IN A GAY MAN’S BLOG. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes e Branca Falabella Fabrício (https://journals.equinoxpub.com/GL/article/view/34675)
POLICING THE BORDERLAND IN A DIGITAL LUSOPHONE TERRITORY: THE PRAGMATICS OF ENTEXTUALIZATION. Branca Falabella Fabrício (https://www.routledge.com/Global-Portuguese-Linguistic-Ideologies-in-Late-Modernity/Moita-Lopes/p/book/9781138499096)
SCALING QUEER PERFORMATIVITIES OF GENDERS AND SEXUALITIES IN THE PERIPHERY OF RIO DE JANEIRO IN DIGITAL AND FACE-TO-FACE SEMIOTIC ENCOUNTERS. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes, Branca Falabella Fabrício e Thayse Figueira Guimarães (https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/scaling-queer-performativities-genders-sexualities-periphery-rio-de-janeiro-digital-face-face-semiotic-encounters-luiz-paulo-moita-lopes-branca-falabella-fabr%C3%ADcio-thayse-figueira-guimar%C3%A3es/e/10.4324/9781351244350-8)
TRANSIDIOMATICITY AND TRANSPERFORMANCES IN BRAZILIAN QUEER RAP: TOWARD AN ABJECT AESTHETICS. Branca Falabella Fabrício e Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (https://periodicos.uff.br/gragoata/article/view/33623)
TEACHING ENGLISH AND AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE IN ANGLOPHONE AND BRAZILIAN CONTEXTS: DIFFERENT CURRICULUM APPROACHES. Paula Tatianne Carrera Szundy (https://www.routledgehandbooks.com/doi/10.4324/9781351001724-13)
GLOBAL PORTUGUESE: LINGUISTIC IDEOLOGIES IN LATE MODERNITY. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (https://www.routledge.com/Global-Portuguese-Linguistic-Ideologies-in-Late-Modernity/Moita-Lopes/p/book/9781138499096)
CREATIVE ENTEXTUALIZATIONS OF DISCOURSES ABOUT RACE IN MULTI-SITED DISCURSIVE PRACTICES IN THE BRAZILIAN `PERIPHERY. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes e Thayse Figueira Guimarães e Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (https://benjamins.com/catalog/aila.00002.gui)
MEANING MAKING IN THE PERIPHERY. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes e Mike Baynham (https://benjamins.com/catalog/aila.30)
GUARANI/PORTUGUESE/CASTELLANO RAP ON THE BORDERLAND: TRANSIDIOMATICITY, INDEXICALITIES AND TEXT SPETACULARITY. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (https://www.routledge.com/Multilingual-Brazil-Language-Resources-Identities-and-Ideologies-in-a/Cavalcanti-Maher/p/book/9780367365899)
QUEERING SCHOOL LITERACY PRACTICES: INTERVENTIONIST APPROACHES. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes e Branca Falabella Fabrício (https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190212926.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780190212926-e-33)
NARRATIVE ACCOUNTS AND CONFLICT ESCALATION IN LEGAL FAMILY MEDIATION. Paulo Cortes Gago. (https://journals.equinoxpub.com/index.php/OLDJALPP/article/view/26895)
THE SEMIOTIC POLITICS OF AFFECT IN THE BRAZILIAN POLITICAL CRISIS. Rodrigo Borba (https://www.academia.edu/34936078/The_semiotic_politics_of_affect_in_the_Brazilian_political_crisis)
LINGUISTIC LANDSCAPES AS PORNOHETEROTOPIAS: (DES)REGULATING GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN THE PUBLIC RESTROOM. Rafael de Vasconcelos Barboza e Rodrigo Borba (https://benjamins.com/catalog/ll.18005.vas)
DO BODIES MATTER? TRAVESTIS’ EMBODIMENT OF (TRANS)GENDER IDENTITY THROUGH THE MANIPULATION OF THE BRAZILIAN PORTUGUESE GRAMMATICAL GENDER SYSTEM. Rodrigo Borba e Ana Cristina Ostermann (https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/queering-language-gender-and-sexuality-tommaso-m-milani/)
CRITICAL ACTS OF BECOMING IN TEACHER PRACTICUM: EVIDENCE FROM STUDENT-TEACHER MEMOIR OF APPRENTICESHIP IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN RIO DE JANEIRO. Claudia Bokel Reis e William Soares dos Santos (http://www.jceps.com/archives/4117)
INTERLINGUAL TRANSFER OF SOCIAL MEDIA TERMINOLOGY: A CASE STUDY BASED ON A CORPUS OF ENGLISH, SPANISH AND BRAZILIAN NEWSPAPER ARTICLES. María-Teresa Ortego-Antón e Janine Pimentel (https://benjamins.com/catalog/babel.00077.ort)
SELF-CONTAINMENT & CONTAMINATION: TWO COMPETING CIRCUITS OF ADAPTABILITY. Daniel do Nascimento e Silva e Branca Falabella FAbrício. (https://www.academia.edu/34182999/Urban_Language_and_Literacies_Self_containment_and_contamination_Two_competing_circuits_of_adaptability_Self_containment_and_contamination_Two_competing_circuits_of_adaptability)
AGENCY AND EMPOWERMENT TOWARDS THE PURSUIT OF SOCIOCULTURAL AUTONOMY IN LANGUAGE LEARNING. Christine Nicolaides (http://ponteseditores.com.br/loja/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=918)
LANGUAGE IDEOLOGIES ON ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA IN BRAZIL: CONFLICTING POSITIONS EXPRESSED BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS. Paula Tatianne Carrera Szundy (https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/jelf-2017-0001/html)
INNOVATIONS AND CHALLENGES IN LANGUAGE TEACHING AND MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT. Rogério Casanovas Tilio e Aparecida Jesus Ferreira (http://ponteseditores.com.br/loja/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=919)
LANGUAGE AND VIOLENCE: PRAGMATIC PERSPECTIVES. Daniel do Nascimento e Silva. (https://benjamins.com/catalog/pbns.279)
EX-CENTRIC TEXTUALITIES AND REHEARSED NARRATIVES AT A GENDER IDENTITY CLINIC IN BRAZIL: CHALLENGING DISCURSIVE COLONIZATION. Rodrigo Borba (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/josl.12236)
THE BANALITY OF EVIL: CRYSTALLISED STRUCTURES OF CISNORMATIVITY AND TACTICS OF RESISTANCE IN A BRAZILIAN GENDER CLINIC. Rodrigo Borba e Tommaso Milani (https://journal.equinoxpub.com/JLD/article/view/321)
SPECIALIZED VERBS AND SPECIALIZED USES OF VERBS IN A COMPARABLE CORPUS OF JUDGMENTS PRODUCED IN CANADA, PORTUGAL AND BRAZIL. Janine Pimentel (https://benjamins.com/catalog/tlrp.18.05pim)
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