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Notes on Contributors ULISSE BELOTTI is a tenured researcher in English Language and Translation at the University of Bergamo (Italy) where he teaches English for Business and Law studies at both undergraduate and post- graduate level. His research interests concern word-formation in IT language, genre analysis, business and legal discourse. His recent work centres on the genre characteristics of business- and law-related documents through the analysis of specialized corpora. His publica- tions are mostly in the areas of specialised discourse, particularly legal (arbitration) and business communication. He is currently researching genre and conversation analysis in the domains of arbitration and business-related subjects. LARISSA D’ANGELO is a research fellow and English lecturer at the University of Bergamo. After graduating in Foreign Languages and Literatures, she specialized in the USA (Youngstown State Universi- ty) obtaining an MA, a TESOL Certificate and a Certificate in Chil- dren’s and Young Adult Literature. She is currently a PhD candidate in Applied Linguistics at the University of Reading (UK). Her main research interests deal with synchronic/diachronic analyses of gender and identity variation in academic discourse as well as multimedia genres employed in the academic field. As an active member of CER- LIS, the Research Centre on Languages for Specific Purposes of the University of Bergamo, she has been involved in national and inter- national research projects on academic language and legal discourse. DAVIDE S. GIANNONI is Associate Professor of English Language and Linguistics at the University of Bergamo, whose Centre for LSP Re- search () he helped...
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