Research lines


Linguistics and Portuguese

  • Language and Enunciation: Social Interactions and Discursive Practices

Study of the relationship between subject, languages and society. Linguistic,

textual, enunciative and discursive phenomena in different spheres of human

activities in our society.

 

  • Language and Human Cognitive Activity: theories, processes and practices of

meaning production.

The line of research is guided by a concept of natural language as a complex

creative system that is performed in sensory-perceptual processes involved in

the production of meaning as a constitutive factor of self-organization in

different domains of human activity.

 

  • Reading, writing and orality in basic education (Line of intersection –

Linguistics and Literature)

This line comprises research fronts that focus on the teaching and learning

practices of writing, orality and reading in the school and on the use of digital

technologies in education.

 

Lusophone Literatures

  • Literary transit: production, translation, reception

Study of Lusophone literatures, with particular attention to the dialogue of

literature with other arts and other discourses; diversity and the construction

of territories and new places of literary enunciation; migratory and

translational movements between different social groups, spaces and times,

and between national societies.


  • Literature routes: histories, criticisms, theories

Study of Lusophone literatures, with particular attention to the act of

narrating; the passage from myth to _ctional narrative; the relationship

between _ction and history,; the transformations in the narrative modes and

their relation with the construction of _ctional subjectivity, identity, times and

spaces.

 

  • Reading, writing and orality in basic education (Line of intersection –

Linguistics and Literature)

This line comprises research fronts that focus on the teaching and learning

practices of writing, orality and reading in the school and on the use of digital

technologies in education.