Student representatives keep the other students abreast of events in university decision-making bodies and represent our students in them. They have a vote on the permanent PIPGLA curriculum committee and the scholarship, self-assessment, and program alumni committees. They are elected by enrolled students, have a one-year term, and may be re-elected.
Carlos Henrique Bem Gonçalves
Doctoral student with the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Applied Linguistics of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, research area: Discourse and Social Practices. Member of the Discourse and Society Research Group (NUDES), which involves research into how language operates performatively in the construction of social life in myriad institutional (media, school, hospital, family, church, etc.) and non-institutional contexts (social platforms, cultural groups from the so-called “periphery”, political activist groups, etc.). Master’s in Letters: Literary Theory and Criticism of Culture, specializing in the discourse of social representation at the Federal University of São João del-Rei (UFSJ). Studying for a graduate diploma in Higher Education Teaching and Anthropology from Cândido Mendes University; bachelor’s degree in social communication and journalism from UFSJ. Has experience in research and outreach, particularly with subalternized groups. Interdisciplinary research interests include applied linguistics, discourse analysis, communication theories, queer theory, cultural studies, philosophy, anthropology, linguistics, violence studies, social movements and identities. Was a member of the Research Ethics Committee at the educational centers of UFSJ between 2017 and 2020.
Janaína Coutinho Tavares
Master’s student with the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Applied Linguistics of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; researches social literacies with the Contemporary Literacies Studies Collective, supervised by Dr. Adriana Carvalho Lopes. Degree in Letters (Spanish) from the Rural Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Nova Iguaçu campus), 2018. Interned as a cultural producer and mediator with the Youth Networks Agency (2014). Took part in the Universidade das Quebradas (PACC UFRJ) outreach program (2014) and was an undergraduate research scholar in Spanish (PIBID, UFRRJ-IM).
Prof. Dr. Rodrigo Borba
Prof(a). Dr(a). Branca Falabella Fabrício
Segunda a sexta:
09h às 17h
Programa de Interdisciplinar de Linguística Aplicada (PIPGLA)
Av. Horácio de Macedo, 2151. Sala F-317
Cidade Universitária — Faculdade de Letras da UFRJ.
Rio de Janeiro — RJ