From linguistic theory to lexicographic practice
Edited By Adriana Orlandi and Laura Giacomini
Notes on Contributors
Veronica Benigno (Pearson English), Doctor Europaeus (Italy, France, and The Netherlands) in Linguistics and Didactics, is an active researcher in vocabulary studies. Currently working at Pearson English, she conducts corpus-based research contributing to the alignment of products to the CEFR and is responsible for the research and validation programme in language teaching and testing. In the past she worked as teacher of Italian as a Second Language and as lexicographer contribut- ing to the publication of a dictionary of Italian collocations (Lo Cascio, 2012). Daniela Capra (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia) is a founder of Phrasis, the first Italian association of phraseology and paremiology. She teaches Spanish Linguistics and Translation at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. She is the author of several articles cen- tered on different aspects of phraseology, such as its presence, treat- ment and meta-terminology in dictionaries, its labelling in bilingual Spanish-Italian dictionaries and its translation in contemporary novel- istic dialogues. Gloria Corpas Pastor (University of Málaga, Spain / University of Wolverhampton, UK), BA in German Philology (English) from the University of Malaga. PhD in English Philology from the Universi- dad Complutense de Madrid (1994). Visiting Professor in Translation Technology at the Research Institute in Information and Language Pro- cessing (RIILP) of the University of Wolverhampton, UK (since 2007), and Professor in Translation and Interpreting (2008). Research lines: Specialised translation. Translation Technology. Corpus Linguistics. Phraseology. Lexicography and Terminology. E-resources and Virtual Learning Environments (VLE). Published and cited extensively, mem- ber of several international...
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