Viviana Masia

Docente a contratto
L-LIN/12 ( Lingua e traduzione - Lingua inglese )
Dipartimento non specificato
Telefono (+39) 06 49911
Visualizza programmi a.a.  2020-2021
Ricevimento
Next student (ONLINE) reception - 24 February 2022
Mer 23 Feb 2022 Gio 23 Feb 2023

Next ONLINE student reception (Thursday, 24 February, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/vwf-bekm-nhr

Next student (ONLINE) reception - 17 February 2022
Gio 17 Feb 2022 Ven 17 Feb 2023

Next ONLINE student reception (Thursday, 17 February, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/igv-rhwh-vik

Esiti esame Lingua Inglese I - 15.02.2022
Mar 15 Feb 2022 Mer 15 Feb 2023

 

 

English Language I Exam results - 15.02.2022

Il rifiuto del voto (solo il rifiuto!) deve essere comunicato alla docente via mail entro giovedì 17 febbraio.

Gli studenti che non abbiano ancora sostenuto la prova di lettorato, potranno verbalizzare solo una volta in possesso del voto di quest'ultimo, prenotandosi al primo appello disponibile (il prossimo sarà nella sessione straordinaria di aprile 2022).

Student ID  Mark Notes
1938095 18 lettorato non sostenuto
1932596 18  
1917045 29  
1848248 26  
1964863 28  
1960580 27  
1963272 26  
1972737 23  
1817033 22  
1895001 20  
1914366 23  
1897171 25 lettorato non sostenuto
1967573 27  
1957330 23 lettorato non sostenuto
1903742 Insufficiente  
1895669 21 lettorato non sostenuto

 

Next student (ONLINE) reception - 10 February 2022
Mar 08 Feb 2022 Mer 08 Feb 2023

Next student ONLINE reception (Thursday 10 February, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/zop-rjwb-czg

Aula e orario esami 1 febbraio 2022
lun 31 Gen 2022 Mar 31 Gen 2023

Gli esami della Prof. Viviana Masia dell'1 febbraio si terranno in aula 203 alle ore 11.

VM

Next student (ONLINE) reception - January 26
Mar 25 Gen 2022 Mer 25 Gen 2023

Next ONLINE student reception (Wednesday 26 January, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/wsk-dwbm-jqf

Exam results - 18.01.2022
Mer 19 Gen 2022 Gio 19 Gen 2023

 

 

exam results - Lingua Inglese I - 18.01.2022

 

Student ID Final mark
1965266 23
1897171 Insufficiente
1962423 Insufficiente
1862735 25

 

 

Exam results - Lingua Inglese II - 18.01.2022

 

Student ID Final mark Notes    
1908294 26      
1903618 26 voto provvisorio in attesa di lettorato    
1894331 19 voto provvisorio in attesa di lettorato    
1905402 25 voto provvisorio in attesa di lettorato    
1899309 30 e lode      
1896764 26      
1909920 Insufficiente      
1852465 27      
1901120 24      
1908999 25      

 

Exam results - Second Language Acquisition II - 18.01.2022

Student ID Mark
1492031 30 e lode
1766775 30
1952288 30
1974404 30 e lode
1470027 20
1761449 18

 

Per gli esami di Lingua Inglese I e Lingua Inglese II:

 

Coloro che hanno conseguito "Insufficiente" dovranno sostenere nuovamente il mio esame, indipendentemente dal voto di lettorato. Il voto finale (final mark) è da intendersi già comprensivo del voto di lettorato.
Gli studenti che desiderassero rifiutare il voto, dovranno comunicarlo via email alla docente entro, e non oltre venerdì 21 gennaio.
VM

Next student (ONLINE) reception - 20 January
Mar 18 Gen 2022 Mer 18 Gen 2023

Next student ONLINE reception (Thursday 20 January, 3.30pm - 5pm): https://meet.google.com/pjb-ojod-nkt

Next student ONLINE reception - 12 January
lun 10 Gen 2022 Mar 10 Gen 2023

Next ONLINE student reception (Wednesday 12 January, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/vaz-kfbi-xec

Next student (ONLINE) reception - 23 December
lun 20 Dic 2021 Mar 20 Dic 2022

Next ONLINE student reception Thursday 23 December, h 4pm - 5.30pm: https://meet.google.com/avq-ojhr-oaa

appelli esame sessione invernale 2022
Ven 10 Dic 2021 Sab 10 Dic 2022

 

 

Si avvisano gli studenti che sono disponibili gli appelli d'esame per la sessione di gennaio/febbraio 2022.

VM

Next student (ONLINE) reception - 9 December
lun 06 Dic 2021 Gio 01 Dic 2022

 

Next student ONLINE reception (Thursday 9 December, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/cst-jxfk-hxd

Next student ONLINE reception - 18 November
Mar 16 Nov 2021 Mer 16 Nov 2022

Next student ONLINE reception (Thursday 18 November, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/qrt-cmzs-fsr

Next student ONLINE reception - 11 November
Mar 09 Nov 2021 Mer 09 Nov 2022

Next student ONLINE reception (Thursday 11 November, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/ohi-omxz-xpf

Next student online reception (Thursday 28 October, 4pm - 5.30pm)
Mer 29 Set 2021 Gio 29 Set 2022

Next student online reception (Thursday 28 October, 4pm - 7.30pm): https://meet.google.com/eiw-pafj-bbg

Next student reception - Thursday September 16 (4pm - 5.30pm)
lun 06 Set 2021 Mar 06 Set 2022

 

CORRECTION OF THE DAY AND TIME OF RECEPTION.

The next student reception will be held on Thursday 23 September from 2 pm to 3.30 pm in presence (PhD students and teachers) and remotely at the following link: https://meet.google.com/qrv-wcch-oqa


VM

 

 

SLA II exam results - 01.09.2021
Ven 03 Set 2021 Sab 03 Set 2022

 

 

SLA II exam results - 01.09.2021

 

 

Student ID Mark
1586978 30 e lode
1659141 30
1710146 30
1765266 20
1769583 30
1810781 29
1878098 30

 

Zoom links for online exams - September 1
lun 30 Ago 2021 Mar 30 Ago 2022

 

 

 

Zoom link for online exams - September 1, Lingua Inglese I/English Language I, h 9-11

Meeting link: https://uniroma1.zoom.us/s/88386685848

Meeting ID: 883 8668 5848

 

 

Zoom links for online exams, Lingua Inglese II/English Language II + SLA IISeptember 1, h 11-13


Meeting linkhttps://uniroma1.zoom.us/s/84665241423
Meeting ID: 846 6524 1423

Next student reception
Mer 04 Ago 2021 Gio 04 Ago 2022

 

 

The next student reception will take place on September 3.
I remain available by email for the whole month of August.
I wish all of you a safe and relaxing Summer!
Cheers,
VM

Next student reception
Mar 27 Lug 2021 Mer 27 Lug 2022

 

Tomorrow's student reception is anticipated from 3.30pm to 5pm.

 

Link for next student reception (Thursday 29 July, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/hnv-mity-rnn

SLA II exam results - 26.07.2021
lun 26 Lug 2021 Mar 26 Lug 2022
1649820 29
1713941 30
1760871 28
1824147 26
1882102 25
1896554 28
1896563 28
1905150 29
1914268 28
1920604 26
1938401 30
1968108 30 e lode
AR7310821 25
1637918 27
1944225 30

 

Esiti della prova di Lingua Inglese I del 15.07.2021
Mar 20 Lug 2021 Mer 20 Lug 2022

 

Cari studenti,
nel file allegato, gli esiti della prova di Lingua Inglese I del 15.07.2021. Chi ha conseguito "Insufficiente" nella mia prova dovrà ripetere l'esame (non quello di lettorato, che rimane congelato fino a quando il mio esame avrà avuto esito positivo). Chi ha conseguito "Insufficiente" alla prova di lettorato, manterrà il mio voto ma dovrà ripetere l'esame di lettorato.
Avete tempo fino a tutto giovedì 22 luglio per rifiutare il voto, mandandomi una mail.
Domani si svolgerà il mio ricevimento online (link da pubblicare a breve): chi volesse discutere le correzioni o visualizzare la prova, chiedo gentilmente di connettersi e di non scrivermi email. Grazie!
VM

 

Esiti della prova di Lingua Inglese I del 15.07.2021

N. matricola Voto provvisorio Lingua Inglese I Voto lettorato Voto definitivo Lingua Inglese I
1950905 30 Ottimo 30
1949714 29 buono 28
1957598 24 Ottimo 26
1920472 25 buono 25
1967355 27 Buono 27
1966565 27 Buono 27
1963810 28 Ottimo 28
1870413 26 buono 26
1817033 Insufficiente sufficiente Insufficiente
1956318 18 Buono 20
1900548 27 Buono 27
1254331 26 Ottimo 27
1656510 27 sufficiente 25
1749281 23 Ottimo 25
1798231 28 Buono 28
1815328 30 ottimo 30
1849213 22 sufficiente 22
1860119 28 buono 28
1870591 18 insufficiente deve ripetere lettorato
1872110 26 Insufficiente deve ripetere lettorato
1892157 27 Ottimo 28
1897171 Insufficiente insufficiente Insufficiente
1900170 28 Discreto 26
1908095 27 Buono 27
1909201 Insufficiente buono Insufficiente
1912363 21 buono 22
1912737 27 buono 27
1913763 25 discreto 25
1914693 26 buono 26
1917438 21 Insufficiente deve ripetere lettorato
1936091 24 Ottimo 26
1938746 24 buono 25
1939721 30 Buono 29
1940477 25 buono 25
1941805 21 buono 23
1943797 22 Eccellente 25
1943887 24 buono 25
1944139 23 non sostenuto deve sostenere lettorato
1944493 20 buono 22
1946212 18 Discreto 20
1946710 18 sufficiente 18
1949449 26 sufficiente 24
1949799 22 Sufficiente 22
1952193 25 discreto 24
1953693 23 discreto 23
1953995 21 insufficiente deve ripetere lettorato
1954343 29 buono 28
1954622 26 discreto 25
1956027 25 buono 25
1957511 25 buono 25
1958107 22 sufficiente 22
1959648 27 sufficiente 25
1959671 24 Sufficiente 22
1960237 Insufficiente Insufficiente Insufficiente
1960862 25 Insufficiente deve ripetere lettorato
1961312 26 Ottimo 27
1961362 27 Buono 27
1962286 25 discreto 25
1962294 22 sufficiente 22
1962546 25 buono 26
1962617 29 buono 28
1962757 18 Ottimo 20
1963241 21 sufficiente 21
1963407 24 Discreto 24
1963881 26 non sostenuto deve sostenere lettorato
1964140 20 Buono 22
1964672 26 discreto 25
1965586 25 non sostenuto deve sostenere lettorato
1965885 24 discreto 24
1966985 29 buono 28
1967832 26 discreto 25
1968921 25 buono 26
1970107 26 Sufficiente 24
1970502 18 discreto 19
1971581 23 Buono 24
1972365 27 Ottimo 28
1975963 25 Buono 25
1976217 25 discreto 25
1973899 23 Discreto 23
1906000 30 Buono 29

 

Exam results - SLA II - 15.07.2021
Mar 20 Lug 2021 Mer 20 Lug 2022

 

Exam results - SLA II - 15.07.2021

n. matricola/ student ID Mark SLA II
1971127 30
1979088 27
1974095 29

 

Link for next student reception (Wednesday, 21 July, 4pm - 5.30pm)
Mar 20 Lug 2021 Mer 20 Lug 2022

 

Link for next student reception (Wednesday, 21 July, 4pm - 5.30pm): Link for next student reception (Wednesday, 21 July, 4pm - 5.30pm)

Next student reception
Mar 20 Lug 2021 Mer 20 Lug 2022

Link for next student reception (Wednesday 21 July, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/gvv-nkxc-kxv 

Esiti prova Lingua Inglese II - 15.07.2021
lun 19 Lug 2021 Mar 19 Lug 2022

 

 

Esiti prova di Lingua Inglese II - 15.07.2021

n.b. chi ha conseguito "Insufficiente" dovrà sostenere nuovamente la mia prova, indipendentemente dal voto di lettorato 

N. matricola Voto provvisorio Lingua Inglese II Voto lettorato Voto definitivo Lingua Inglese II
1899102 25 Sufficiente 24
1875510 18 buono 20
1870186 21 eccellente 24
1896681 25 Ottimo 27
1903588 28 Ottimo 29
1867430 25 Ottimo 27
1904429 30 Ottimo 30
1897424 24 buono + 25
1910047 20 Sufficiente 20
1720663 18 Buono 20
1814781 22 Sufficiente 22
1852465 Insufficiente Ottimo Insufficiente
1854245 26 Eccellente 28
1887740 30 Ottimo 30
1896016 22 Ottimo 24
1897710 28 Ottimo 29
1898988 25 Ottimo 27
1902066 29 Ottimo 29
1902361 26 Ottimo 27
1904260 26 non sostenuto deve sostenere lettorato
1904870 24 buono + 25
1907562 23 Buono 24
1908817 28 buono + 27
1909920 Insufficiente non sostenuto deve sostenere lettorato
1912910 29 Ottimo 29
1913158 29 Ottimo 29
1915606 26 Discreto 25
1916069 25 Discreto 25

 

Next student reception - Friday, 16th July
lun 05 Lug 2021 Mar 05 Lug 2022

Link for next student reception (Friday 16 July, 4pm - 5.30pm): https://meet.google.com/pgg-tenn-txv

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PLACE AND DATE OF BIRTH:
Rome, 01/11/1986
 
ADDRESS AND CONTACTS:
Via Casale Sant’Alberto, 15/25 (00123, Rome)
Mobile: +39 349-1841355
EMAIL: viviana.masia@uniroma1.itviviana.masia@gmail.com; viviana.masia@uniroma3.it
 
PREVIOUS AND CURRENT POSITIONS:

  • From October 2020 - present: Professor of English language and linguistics at the University of Rome "La Sapienza".
  • FROM 1 JANUARY 2020 - ONWARDS: Research collaborator to the PRIN project IMPAQTS – Implicit Manipulation in Politics – Quantitatively Assessing the Tendentiousness ofSpeeches (Project code: 2017STJCE9), directed by Prof. Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri (University of RomaTre).
  • 1 December 2018 – 30 November 2019: Post-doc researcher at the Department of Foreign Languages,LiteraturesandCulturesoftheUniversityofRomaTre(project:Pragmaticadella persuasione implicita “Pragmatics of Implicit Persuasion”, Supervisor: Prof. Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri).
    • October 2017 – August 2019: Professor of General Linguistics at the Scuola Superiore per Mediatori Linguistici inPisa.
    • November 2018 – present: Teaching assistant of General Linguistics at the University of RomaTre.
    • 1September2018–14thFebruary2019:ResearchcollaboratorfortheprojectLiveTextAccess (LTA) co-funded by the ERASMUS + Programme of the EU with the reference 2018-1- DE01-KA203-004218 (website:https://ltaproject.eu/).
    • 1 June, 2017 – 31 May 2018: Post-doc researcher at the University of Roma Tre, Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures (SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR: Prof. Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri, University of RomaTre).
  • June 2016 – May 2017 (1 year): Post-doc researcher at the University of Genoa, Department of Educational Sciences (Psychology Unit) for an experimental project on presupposition processing (SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR: Dott. Filippo Domaneschi, University ofGenoa).
    • January 2013 – December 2015 (3 years): Ph.D in General Linguistics at the Department of Philosophy, Communication and Performing Arts, Roma Tre University (Italy). Thesis title: Sociobiological Bases of Information Structure (Supervisor: Prof. Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri), defended in April2016.

 

EDUCATION:

  • M.A. - 2012: Department of Linguistics. Thesis title: Per un sistema di misurazione degli impliciti nei testi persuasivi, (translated) For a measurement system of implicit information in persuasive texts (Supervisor: Prof. Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri), Roma Tre University. 110/110 cumlaude.
  • B.A.– 2009: Department of Linguistics. Thesis title: Fenomeni di interferenza sintattica del gaelico d’Irlanda sull’Irish English, (translated) Syntactic Interferences ofIrish Gaelic on Irish English (Supervisor: Prof. Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri), Roma Tre University. 110/110 cumlaude.
  • High school – 2005: Accountant school “Vittorio Bachelet” (Rome). Score:100/100.

 
SCHOLARSHIPS:

  • 2013-2015: Three-year Ph.D grant won at the University of Roma Tre (Rome,Italy).
  • ScholarshipwonwithErasmusPlusTeachers’MobilityProgrammefora10-hourcourseheld at the University of Sevilla (Facultad de Filologías Integradas) on Pragmatics in Interlinguistic Translation (“La pragmatica nella traduzione interlinguistica”), 21-23 May, 2019.

 
INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE:

  • Three-month research period at the Laboratory of Experimental Linguistics (XLinc) of the University of Cologne (Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Petra B.Schumacher).

 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE (SEMINARS):

  • March 2015: lecture on Neurolinguistics. Birth of the discipline, present-day brain imaging techniques and workings of the human memory system, held at the Scuola Superiore per Mediatori Linguistici (Pisa,Italy).
  • March 2015: lecture on Neurolinguistics. Birth of the discipline, present-day brain imaging techniquesandexperimentalstudies,heldattheScuolaSuperioreperMediatori Linguistici (Pisa, Italy).
  • May 2015: lecture on Tracing the Sociobiological Bases of Information Structure held at the University ofCologne.
  • March 2016: lecture on Reading in a Foreign Language, held at Advanced School for Linguistic Mediators (Pisa, Italy).
  • June2016:lectureonSociobiologicalBasesofInformationStructure,heldattheUniversityof Florence(Italy)fortheLABLITALaboratory,directedbyProf.EmanuelaCresti and Prof. MassimoMoneglia.
  • November 2016: lecture on Neurobiological Bases of Information Structure, held at the S.Lucia Foundation (Center for Neurosciences andRehabilitation).
  • December 2016: lecture on Neurobiological Bases of Information Structure, for the Romanisches Seminar Department at the University of Zurich (Prof. Michele Loporcaro)
  • October 2017: Lecture on Neurological Bases of Language (Basi neurobiologiche del linguaggio). Seminar held at the Scuola Superiore per Mediatori Linguistici (SSML, Pisa,Italy).
  • April 2018 – Lecture on Neurobiological Bases of Information Structure: Theoretical and Experimental Perspectives, held at the University of Stockholm (organized by Dott. RobertaColonna-Dahlman).
  • April 2019 - Neurophysiology and Information Structure between Theory and Experimentation. Lecture held at the University Ca’ Foscari (Venice) (organized by Prof. Roland Hinterhölzl), 16th April2019.
  • November 2019 The manipulative disguise of truth: Tricks and threats of implicit communication (organized by Prof. Uli Reich, Freie UniversitätBerlin).

 
NON-ACADEMIC (TEACHING) EXPERIENCE:

  • 2009-2012: teaching of Italian as a foreign language at Scuola Lingue Cola di Rienzo (Rome) (lessons planning, CELI examspreparation).
  • February 2016-May 2016: ESOL Cambridge Exams preparation for AES School(Rome).
    • July2018-present:TranslatorandteacherofEnglishandItalianasL2atEduPlanet–Centrodi Formazione Linguistica, Rome.
  • May 2020 – present: Translator of minutes of Europeanprojects.

 
 
OTHER SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES:

  • 2009: participation in training courses for CELI examinators organized by the Center for Linguistic Evaluations and Certifications(CVCL).
  • January 2012: attendance at the Winter School TRIPLE 2012, Roma Tre University(Rome).
  • September 2013: attendance at the Summer School of Linguistics, University of Udine(Italy).
  • February 2014: attendance at the Winter School of TRIPLE 2014, Roma Tre University (Rome).
  • Organization of the XI° AISC-CODISCO Congress, 2014 Bodies, Tools and Cognition, December 2-5, 2014, Roma TreUniversity.
  • Organization of the Workshop on Theoretical and Experimental Approaches to Presuppositions held at the University of Genoa, 3-5 March, 2017.
  • Organization of the 1° Workshop XPRAG.it – Behavioral and Neural Evidence on Pragmatic Processing, held at the University of Genoa, 10-11, June,2017.
  • (con Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri, Laura Baranzini, Federica Cominetti, Doriana Cimmino, Giorgia Mannaioli & Claudia Coppola). Organization of the panel "Qualitative and quantitativeapproachestoimplicitcommunication"alConvegnoARGAGE–Argumentation & Language, Università di Lugano, dal 07-02-2018 al09-02-2018.
  • (con Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri, Laura Baranzini, Federica Cominetti, Doriana Cimmino, Giorgia Mannaioli & Claudia Coppola). Organization of the workshop Implicitness and Persuasion in Language held at the 53° SLI Conference in Como, 19-21 September,2019.
  • Organization of the XVI AISC Annual Conference to be held Rome, 11-13 December2019.

 

AFFILIATIONS:
Member of the Italian Society of Linguistics and Philology (SILFI), Member of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE), Società di Linguistica Italiana (SLI), Associazione Italiana delle Science Cognitive (AISC), Member of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA).
 
REVIEWING ACTIVITY:

  • Occasional reviewer for the journal Sistemi Intelligenti, Il Mulino,Bologna.
  • Member of the Editorial Board of Philosophy Study, David PublishingCompany.
    • Member of the Programme Committee and reviewer of abstract proposals for the 2017 AISCMid-Term held inMessina.
    • Member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Experimental and Clinical Research.
    • Occasional reviewer for Co.Me - Studies on Communication and linguistic and cultural Mediation
  • Occasional reviewer for Language Sciences (ISSN0388-0001)
  • Member of the editorial board of the Journal of Asian Research (ISSN:2575-1565)
  • Member of the Editorial Board of Communication and Linguistics Studies(2469-7850)
  • Review editor of Frontiers in Psychology (section “Language Sciences”, ISSN:1664-1078)
  • Occasional reviewer for the Journal of Pragmatics (ISSN: 0378-2166)

 
SUPERVISION AND MENTORING ACTIVITY AT THE SCUOLA SUPERIORE PER MEDIATORI LINGUISTICI (PISA) and elsewhere:

  • Assistant supervisor for bachelor degrees at the Scuola Superiore per Mediatori Linguistici (Pisa,Italy):
    • Mei,Eleonora.Élementsdeneurolinguistiquechezlesinterprètesdeconférence.BAdegree,July 2017.
    • Donati, Francesca. Translation of the Ph.D thesis entitled The Effect of Age on Second Language Acquisition in Older Adults. BA degree, October2017.
    • Nadifi, Dunia. The study of languages: brain and linguistic processes (neurolinguistics of the acquisition of foreign languages). BA degree, October2017.
  • Narcisi Giulia, Journey through the vineyards, BA degree, July2018.
  • PotenzaEmanuela,MehrSprachen-mehrChancenÜberZwei-undMehrsprachigkeitvonKindern

(translation of the book by Regine Fehlings de Acurio), BA degree, July 2018.

  • Giuntini Marina, La manipulation pendant le fascisme, BA degree, October2018.
  • Valli Elisa, Le sexisme dans la langue en France et en Italie, BA degree, October2018.
    • Bruno Matteo, translation of Why do perfectly normal people become raving lunatics online? By Jamie Madigan, BA degree, October2018.
    • Michela Giacovelli, Erreurs dans la production écrite en italien L2 – comparaison entre francophones et sourdes signeurs italiens, BA degree, October2019.
  • Selene Crameri, Analisi della vaghezza e della struttura informativa nella traduzione interlinguistica, tesi di laurea magistrale,Università degli Studi Internazionali diRoma.

 

  • Principal supervisor for bachelor degrees at Scuola Superiore per Mediatori Linguistici (Pisa, Italy):
  • Verni, Alice. Second Language Acquisition in Contexts of Domination: A Study of Capeverdian Creole, July2019.
  • Ferri, Giulia. Le Bilinguisme. Éléments de neurolinguistique et avantages contre le vieillissement cérébral, July2019.

 
CONFERENCE TALKS:
 

2014

  • (with Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri). Specificità della lingua persuasiva: quantificare l’implicito nei testi politici e pubblicitari, XIII° SILFI Congress, La lingua variabile nei testi letterari, artistici e funzionali contemporanei (1915-2014): analisi, interpretazione, traduzione, Palermo (Sicily), September 22-24,2014.
  • (with Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri). L'implicite comme moyen de persuasion: une approche quantitative. Colloque International Autour des formes implicites, Limoges, 13-14November 2014.
  • (with Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri). Misurare l’informazione implicita nella propaganda politica italiana, XI° ASLI Congress - L’italiano per la politica e la politica per l’italiano, Naples, November 20-22,2014.
  • (with Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri). La struttura Topic-Focus si è evoluta per economia di processazione? (Eng. Has Topic-Focus structure evolved for economy of processing?), XI° AISC-CODISCO Congress, Rome, December 20-5, 2014.

 

2015

  • (with Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri). Did informational prominence evolve to ensure economy ofprocessing?PosterpresentedattheInternationalConferenceonProminenceinLanguage, Köln, June 15-17,2015.
  • (with Vittorio Ganfi). Towards a pragmatic account of the particle persino/perfino in Italian: steps of a grammaticalization process, International Conference on Historical Linguistics, July 27-31, 2015,Naples.
  • (withEdoardoLombardiVallauri).L’informationimpliciteentreéconomied’effortetesquive du jugement critique, ARGAGE Conference on Argumentation and Language: Linguistic markers, discursive processes, cognitive operations, Lausanne, September 9-11,2015.
  • (withEdoardoLombardiVallauri).Easingautomationinsentenceprocessing:theemergence of Topic and Presupposition units in human language, Protolang 4, Rome, September 24-26, 2015.

 

2016

  • (with Vittorio Ganfi). Modelli cognitivi top-down nell’acquisizione linguistica: uno sguardo al ruolo delle aspettative nell’insegnamento/apprendimento dell’italiano come L2, XIV° Congresso SILFI – Acquisizione e didattica dell’italiano, Madrid, April, 4-6,2016.
  • LectureonSociobiologicalBasesofInformationStructure,(doctoraldissertation)Linguaggio a Roma Tre, May 26, 2016, University of RomaTre.
  • (withGioiaInsacco).BetweeneventiveandstativenominalizationsinItalian:aconstructional and cognitively-based account, 49th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Naples, 31 August-3 September,2016.
  • (with Paolo Canal, Irene Ricci, Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri, Filippo Domaneschi eValentina Bambini) – Neurolinguistic perspectives on presupposition processing, AssociazioneItaliana di Scienze Cognitive Italian Association of Cognitive Sciences (AISC), Turin, November, 24-26,2016.
  • Neurocognitive underpinning of Information Structure: between bottom-up and top-down processing, Associazione Italiana di Scienze Cognitive – Italian Association of Cognitive Science (AISC), Turin, November 24-26,2016.
  • AutomaticityandcontrolintheprocessingofInformationStructure,Workshopon‘Automatic and controlled processes in language’, Associazione Italiana di Scienze Cognitive – Italian Association of Cognitive Sciences (AISC), Turin, November 24-26,2016.
  • (with Davide Garassino) Le funzioni del significato implicito su Twitter: Uno studio sulla comunicazionepoliticainItaliaeinInghilterra,lecturepresentedattheRomanischesSeminar (Director: Prof. Michele Loporcaro), University ofZürich.

 

2017

  • An integrated account of Information Structure and Evidentiality: from political speech to human communication, talk presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the SocietasLinguistica Europaea (SLE), University of Zurich, September 10th-13th,2017.
  • (with Davide Garassino and Nicola Brocca) – Implicit Communication in Twitter. A Comparative Corpus-Based Analysis of Presupposition and Implicatures in Italian and EnglishPoliticalCommunication,talkpresentedatthe5thmeetingofLinguisticsBeyondand Within International Linguistics Conference, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin “The Outskirts of the Regular”, 18-19 October,2017.
  • (with Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri, Doriana Cimmino, Laura Baranzini, Federica Cominetti, Claudia Coppola, Giorgia Mannaioli) – The Outskirts of Linguistic Persuasion: Measuring Implicit Presentation of Questionable Information, talk presented at the 5th meeting of Linguistics Beyond and Within International Linguistics Conference, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin “The Outskirts of the Regular”, 18-19 October,2017.
  • (withMargheritaDiex,EmanuelaPiciucco,EmanueleMaiorana,PatrizioCampisi&Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri). Assessing word-class constraints on Information Structure processing. Talk presented at the 14th AISC Annual Conference, The Science of Cognition. Brain, Body, Language and Technologies, University of Bologna, 14-16 December2017.

 

2018

  • (with Davide Garassino and Nicola Brocca). Implicit communication in Twitter: analysing thepragmaticfunctionsofpoliticians’useofimplicaturesandpresuppositions.Talkpresented at the 2018 ARGAGE – Argumentation & Language Conference, Lugano, 7th-9th February within the panel Qualitative and quantitative approaches to implicitcommunication.
  • OrganizationofthepanelQualitativeandquantitativeapproachestoimplicitcommunication within the 2018 ARGAGE – Argumentation & Language Conference, Lugano, 7th-9th February.
  • (with Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri). Processamento della Struttura Informativa: ritmi oscillatori e analisi tempo-frequenza. Talk presented at the Giornata di Linguistica Sperimentale e Computazionale, organized at the University of Padua, 23 February2018.
  • (with Nicola Brocca and Ewa Kuçelman), Developing Cultural and Metalinguistic Competences by extracting implicit contents from political tweets: a comparative Italian and Polish project, Talk presented at the Round Table on “Social Net(work)s in Education and Language Sciences”, 15th June, 2018, Heidelberg School ofEducation.
  • (with Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri). La comunicazione implicita come dimensione di variazione tra tipi testuali [Implicit communication at the boundary between textual genres]. Talk presented at the XV° SILFI Congress Linguaggi settoriali e specialistici [Eng. trans. Technical and specialized languages], 28-31 May, 2018, Genoa.
  • (with Matteo Pandimiglio). Linguistica, diritto e variazione. Uno sguardo alle sentenze in Italia [“Linguistics, law and variation. A look at the language of verdicts in Italy]. Talk presented at the XV° SILFI Congress Linguaggi settoriali e specialistici [Eng. trans. Technical and specialized languages], 28-31 May, 2018, Genoa.

 

2019

  • (Re-)assessing the status of Second Occurrence Focus in Information Structure: Evidence from phonological, processing and micropragmatic perspectives. Talk presented at the workshop “When Data Challenges Theory: Non-Prototypical, Unexpected and Paradoxical Evidence in the Field of Information Structure, Freiburg, 15-16 February,2019.
  • (withNicolaBroccaandLeoWill).Makepragmaticsgreatagain!Teachingimplicaturesand presuppositions as a part of democracy education in the age of Twitter and Facebook. Talk presented at the international conference Educating the Global Citizen. International Perspectives on Foreign Language Teaching in the Digital Age, at the Ludwig-Maximilians- Universität, München, 25-28 March,2019.
    • (with Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri). Manipulation through implicit communication: a cognitive approach to persuasive language. Talk to be presented at the XVI° Annual Conference of the Italian Association of Cognitive Sciences (AISC), Rome, 11-13 December 2019.

 

Awards

  • BestTalkAwardacknowledgedforthetalkImplicitCommunicationinTwitter.AComparative Corpus-Based Analysis of Presupposition and Implicatures in Italian and English Political Communication presented at the 5th meeting of Linguistics Beyond and Within International Linguistics Conference, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin “The Outskirts of the Regular”, 18-19 October, 2017, and co-authored by Davide Garassino and NicolaBrocca.

 
 
SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
 

Journal articles

  1. Lombardi Vallauri, E. & Masia, V. (2014). Implicitness impact: measuring texts, Journal of Pragmatics, 61,161-184.

  2. La Rocca D., Masia V., Maiorana E., Lombardi Vallauri E. & Campisi P. (2016). Brain responsetoinformationstructuremisalignmentsinlinguisticcontexts.Neurocomputing,199, 1-15

  3. Masia, V. & Ganfi, V. (2016). Modelli cognitivi top-down tra teoria e sperimentazione: uno sguardo al ruolo delle aspettative nell’apprendimento/acquisizione dell’italiano come L2. CoMe – Studi di Comunicazione e Mediazione linguistica e culturale, No. 1,1-10.

  4. Brocca, N., Garassino, D. & Masia, V. (2016). Politici nella rete o nella rete dei politici? L’implicito nella comunicazione politica italiana su Twitter. PhiN-Beiheft, 11/2016,66-79.

  5. Masia V., Canal P., Lombardi Vallauri E., Bambini V. (2017). Presupposition of new information as a pragmatic garden path: Evidence from Event-Related Brain Potentials. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 42,31-48.

  6. MasiaV. (2017).Asociobiologicalaccountofindirectspeech.InteractionStudies,18(1),141- 159. doi10.1075/is.18.1.07mas.

  7. Masia, V. (2017). On the Evidential Status of Presupposition and Assertion. International Journal of Linguistics, 9(4), 134-153.doi:10.5296/ijl.v9i4.11794.

  8. Domaneschi, F., Canal, P., Masia, V., Lombardi Vallauri, E. & Bambini, V. (2018). N400 and P600 modulation in presupposition accommodation: The effect of different trigger types. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 45,13-35.

  9. Lombardi Vallauri, E. & Masia, V. (2018). Context and Information Structure constraints on factivity: the case of “know”. Language Sciences, 66, 103-115. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.langsci.2018.02.001.

  10. LombardiVallauri,E.&Masia,V.(2018).Facilitatingautomationinsentenceprocessing:the Emergence of Topic and Presupposition in Human Communication. TOPOI, 37(2),343-354.

  11. Masia, V. & Campo, I. (2018). Intra- and inter-semiotics in action. Analysis of two translations of a CNN report. CoMe III (1),44-64.

  12. LombardiVallauri,E.&Masia,V.(2019).L’informationimpliciteentreéconomied’effortet esquive du jugement critique. Faits de Langues, 50(2),113-135.

  13. Masia, V. (2020). (Re-)assessing the status of Second Occurrence Focus in information structure: Evidence from phonological, processing and micropragmatic perspectives. Italian Journal of Linguistics, 32(2).

  14. Masia, V. (2020). Presupposition, assertion and the encoding of evidentiality in political discourse. Linguistik Online, 102(2),129-153.

  15. Garassino, D., Masia, V. & Brocca, N. (2019). Tweet as you speak. The role of implicit strategies and pragmatic functions in political communication: data from a diamesic comparison. Rassegna Italiana di Linguistica Applicata (RILA), 2-3,187-208.

 
 

Conference proceedings

  1. LombardiVallauri,E.&Masia,V.(2015).CognitiveConstraintsontheEmergenceofTopic- Focus Structure in Human Communication. In Ganfi V. & Chiera A. (Eds.), Immagine e pensiero. Bilanci nelle scienze cognitive attuali, Corisco, Roma-Messina,180-204.
  2. Lombardi Vallauri E. & Masia, V. (2015). Context-dependent information processing: Towards an expectation-based parsing model of Information Structure. In Proceedings of the 9th International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context (pp.440-453), Christiansen H., Stojanovic I. & Papadopoulos G. (eds.), LNAI 9405 Series, Springer, Switzerland.
  3. Lombardi Vallauri, E. & Masia, V. (2016). Misurare l’informazione implicita nella propaganda politica italiana. In Proceedings of XI° ASLI Congress – Associazione per la StoriadellaLinguaItaliana,L’italianodellapoliticaelapoliticaperl’italiano(pp.539-557), Franco Cesati,Firenze.
  4. Lombardi Vallauri, E. & Masia, V. (2016). Specificità della lingua persuasiva: l’implicito discutibile. In Proceedings of XIII° SILFI Congress, La lingua variabile nei testi letterari, artistici e funzionali contemporanei (1915-2014): analisi, interpretazione, traduzione (pp. 637-654), Franco Cesati,Firenze.
  5. Masia V., Canal P., Ricci I., Lombardi Vallauri E., Domaneschi F. & Bambini V. (2016). Neurolinguisticperspectivesonpresuppositionprocessing.InMindthegap:Brain,Cognition and society, Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the Italian Association for Cognitive Sciences, AISC (pp. 236-243), Turin, 24-26 November2016.
  6. Masia V. (2016). Neurocognitive underpinnings of Information Structure: between bottom- up and top-down processing. In Mind the gap: Brain, Cognition and Society, Proceedings of the13thAnnualConferenceoftheItalianAssociationforCognitiveSciences,AISC(pp.230- 235), Turin, 24-26 November2016.
  7. Masia V. & Ganfi V. (in press). Il ruolo delle aspettative nell’apprendimento linguistico: modelli teorici e dati empirici. In Borreguero Zuloaga, M. (a cura di), L'italiano, lingua d'apprendimento: riflessioni teoriche, nuovi apprendenti e storia. Frankfurt, M., Peter Lang, 2018.
  8. Lombardi Vallauri, E. & Masia, V. (2020). La comunicazione implicita come dimensione di variazionetratipitestuali.AttidelXV°CongressodellaSocietàInternazionalediLinguistica e Filologia Italiana Linguaggi settoriali e specialistici: sincronia, diacronia, traduzione, variazione, (edited by Jaqueline Visconti, Manuela Manfredini & Lorenzo Coveri), pp. 113- 120.
  9. Pandimiglio M. & Masia, V. (2020). Linguistica, diritto e variazione: uno sguardo al linguaggio delle sentenze in Italia. Atti del XV° Congresso della Società Internazionale di Linguistica e Filologia Italiana Linguaggi settoriali e specialistici: sincronia, diacronia, traduzione, variazione, (edited by Jaqueline Visconti, Manuela Manfredini & Lorenzo Coveri), pp.145-153.
  10. Brocca,N.,Borowiec,E.A.&Masia,V.(2020).DidacticsofPragmaticsasawaytoimprove Social Media Literacy: an experiment proposal with Polish and Italian students in L1. heiEDUCATION, 5,81-107.

 

Books

  1. Masia, V. (2017). Sociobiological Bases of Information Structure. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: JohnBenjamins.

 

Papers in preparation, submitted or in press:

  1. Lombardi Vallauri, E., Baranzini, L., Masia, V., Cimmino, D., Mannaioli, G. & Coppola, C: (in press). The outskirts of linguistic persuasion: measuring implicit presentiation of questionableinformation.TobepublishedintheProceedingsofthethe5thmeetingof Linguistics Beyond and Within International Linguistics Conference, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin “The Outskirts of the Regular”, 18-19 October, 2017.
  2. Ganfi V. & Masia V. (in prep.). Towards a pragmatic account of the particlepersino/perfino in Italian: steps of a grammaticalization process.
  3. Piciucco, E., Masia, V., Maiorana, E., Lombardi Vallauri, E. & Campisi, P. (submitted). Assessing word-class constraints on Information Structure processing: evidence from event- related potentials and brain oscillatorydynamics.
  4. Masia, V. (submitted). Coding asymmetries in information structure. An epistemological account of topic-focus realization. Proceedings of the workshop When Data Challenges Theory:Non-Prototypical,UnexpectedandParadoxicalEvidenceintheFieldofInformation Structure, University of Freiburg, 15-16 February,2019.
  5. Garassino, D., Brocca, N. & Masia, V. (in prep.). Implicit categories and their pragmatic functions in a dimesic comparison. Proceedings of Workshop Implicitness and Persuasionin Language held at the 53° SLI Conference in Como, 19-21 September,2019.
  6. Masia,V.&Ferri,G.(submitted).Êtrebilinguecomporte-t-ilunavantagepournotrecerveau?

 
 

Special Issues:
 

  1. Saussure de L., Masia, V., Garassino D. & Brocca N. (in prep.). Language, Cognition, and the Manipulated Brain: Theoretical and Experimental Perspectives on Manipulative Processes in Language Comprehension. Frontiers inPsychology.
  2. Lombardi Vallauri E., Masia V. & Cominetti F. (in prep.). The persuasive and manipulative power of implicit communication. Journal ofPragmatics.

 
 
UNPUBLISHED PAPERS:

  • Agentivity construction in a cognitive-semantic approach: a typologicalinquiry.
  • Information Structure and the encoding ofevidentiality.
  • Accommodation strengths of presupposition triggers indiscourse.
  • Second Occurrence Focus: what informationstructure?

 
 
SUBJECTS STUDIED AT UNIVERSITY:
General Linguistics (Phonology, Lexis, Semantics, Syntax, Pragmatics, Typology), Historical Linguistics, English Linguistics and Literature, English Language, Germanic Philology, History of English Language, Spanish Linguistics, Spanish Language, Hispano-American Literature, French Linguistics, French Language, Language Teaching, Cultural Anthropology, Geography, ContemporaryHistory,PhilosophyofLanguage,ItalianLinguisticsandLiterature,HistoryofItalian Language.

 
ACADEMIC INTERESTS:
Brain-language interface, neurolinguistics, psycholinguistics, experimental methods in language processing, experimental perspectives on Information Structure, implicit communication, presupposition vs. assertion processing, topic vs- focus processing, evidentiality, epistemic attitudes in communication, Information Structure and evidentiality, evolution of Information Structure in human communication, cognitive mechanisms of persuasion, sociobiology of indirect communication, Celtic linguistics, sign languages, implicit communication on Twitter.
 
 
LANGUAGE SKILLS:

  • Italian (nativespeaker)
  • English: proficiencylevel
  • French: good writing and speaking abilities(B1/B2)
  • Spanish: good writing and speaking abilities(B1)
  • Italian SignLanguage
  • A little IrishGaelic

 
 
COMPUTER SKILLS:
Good knowledge of Windows Office (earlier and latest versions), web navigation and other tools of Windows operating system.
 

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