From linguistic theory to lexicographic practice
Edited By Adriana Orlandi and Laura Giacomini
About the author
Adriana Orlandi has a PhD in French Linguistics, and teaches French linguistics and translation at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy). Her main research interests are semantics, terminology and translation. She has been studying collocations since 2011, with a special interest in the definition of collocations and its possible applications in lexicography. In 2012, she organized the International Workshop “New perspectives on collocations” (Modena).
Laura Giacomini has a PhD in Applied Linguistics from the Department of Translation and Interpretation of Heidelberg University (Germany), where she is a teacher and researcher. Her research fields include lexicography, phraseology, LSP and translation studies. She is currently involved in different lexicographic projects (e.g. WLWF) and is working on her habilitation thesis on LSP databases of the technical domain, with special focus on the topic of phraseological variation in specialised language and its representation in e-lexicographic resources.
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