Università di Milano
With the diffusion of the new technologies and in particular with the creation of corpora of various types, new and interesting research possibilities have opened up in German linguistics, which unfortunately still today are not fully exploited. The reasons for this must be seen in particular in the lack of training which leads to a certain scepticism on the part of both teachers and students.
The aim of this doctoral seminar is to bring doctoral students closer to this reality first by introducing the notion of corpus at a theoretical level and making known the various types of possible corpora, then showing what types of methods and approaches can be used. A choice of resources and instruments will be presented, highlighting their main characteristics and focusing on possible research objectives.
Dr. Carolina Flinz: PhD in Germanic Linguistics at the University of Pisa in the field of German-Italian Lexicography. Humboldt Fellowship (Humboldt-Foschungsstipendium für erfahrene Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler) at the University of Mannheim (2017-2018). DAAD grant (Research Stays for University Academics and Scientists) at the Leibniz-Institut für Deutsche Sprache (2019). Abilitazione alla seconda fascia per il settore concorsuale 10/M1 – Lingue, letterature e culture germaniche (2020). From 2018 research fellow at the University of Milan (Assegno di Ricerca, Type A). Main research interests: German as a foreign language, lexicography, languages for specific purporses, contrastive linguistics, corporate linguistics.
Curriculum of didactic and scientific activities: https://work.unimi.it/chiedove/cv/carolina_flinz.pdf