Defesa de Doutorado

08/07/2016 09:49

O PPGI convida a todos para prestigiarem a defesa de Tese da doutoranda Marcia de São Thiago Rosa, intitulada:

 

Unveiling teacher learning: an investigation on the role of narratives and dialogic mediation on concept development.

 

A defesa se dará no dia 19 de julho de 2016, às 15h00min, na sala Machado de Assis, 4º andar do bloco ‘B’ do CCE/UFSC.

 

A banca será formada pelas professoras

 

Prof.ª Dr.ª Adriana De Carvalho Kuerten Dellagnelo (Orientadora e Presidente – UFSC)

Prof.ª Dr.ª Viviane Maria Heberle (UFSC)

Prof.ª Dr.ª Maria Ester Wollstein Moritz (UFSC)

Prof.ª Dr.ª Donesca Cristina Puntel Xhafaj (UFSC)

Prof.ª Dr.ª Marimar da Silva (IFSC)

Prof.ª Dr.ª Anamaria Kurtz de Souza Welp (UFRGS)

Open Seminar

08/06/2016 09:08

O PPGI convida a todos para participarem do Open Seminar

X-Men’s Days of Future Past meets iconostasis: A theory for the Critical Analisys of comics to film adaptation.

Que será ministrado pela doutoranda Gislaine Aparecida Bahls, na sala 311, 3º andar do bloco ‘B’ do CCE/UFSC, no dia 10 de junho de 2016 às 14:00

Open Seminar

31/05/2016 12:36

O PPGI convida a todos para prestigiar o Open Seminar que será apresentado pela Profa. Dra. Marcia Moura da Silva na próxima sexta-feira, 03 de junho de 2016, a partir das 14 horas na sala Machado de Machado de Assis. O título do Open Seminar é “Teaching Translation”.

Contamos com a presença de todos.

Open Seminar

03/05/2016 11:41

A PGET e o PPGI convidam a todos para prestigiarem a palestra ‘Traduzindo Grande Sertão:Veredas – problemas e algumas soluções’, que será ministrada pelo  Prof. Dr Berthold Zilly, às 14h00 do dia 04 de maio, na sala Machado de Assis, 4º andar do bloco B do CCE/UFSC

Palestra / Open Seminar

02/05/2016 08:37

A PGET e o PPGI convidam a todos para prestigiarem a palestra A tradução da dramaturgia shakespeariana: um relato do tradutor, que será ministrada pelo Prof. Dr. José Roberto O’Shea, às 16h00 do dia 03 de maio, na sala Hassis, térreo do bloco B do CCE/UFSC

Cancelamento de Evento – Open Seminar

27/04/2016 11:22

Informamos a todos que o Open Seminar da doutoranda Gislaine Bahls, marcado para 28 de abril, foi cancelado a pedido da mesma.

 

Uma nova data será divulgada posteriormente

 

Atenciosamente

A secretaria do PPGI

Open Seminar

19/04/2016 13:26

O PPGI convida a todos para participarem do Open Seminar da doutoranda Gislaine Aparecida Bahls intitulado:

 

“Days of Future Past: The Third Dimension of Comics and the Critical Analysis of Comics/Film Adaptation”

 

O mesmo ocorrerá no dia 28 de abril de 2016, na Sala Machado de Assis, bloco B do CCE/UFSC, 14h00min

Open Seminar

28/03/2016 14:51

O PPGI e o Laboratório da Linguagem e Processos Cognitivos convidam a comunidade acadêmica para o Open Seminar

Speaking is spelling: cross-talk between phonology and orthography in spoken language production

Markus Damian (School of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol)

Over the last 40 or so years, a substantial amount of evidence has been generated which supports the claim that when individuals perceive spoken language, they involuntarily activate orthographic codes. By contrast, there is a lot less relevant evidence on whether the same is true for speakers: when literate individuals prepare spoken utterances, are orthographic properties of words (perhaps unconsciously) activated? I will highlight some of the controversies surrounding the claim that spelling is relevant for speaking, and I will describe some experimental evidence that my collaborators and I have recently generated which promises to answer this question.

Data: 30/03/2016

Horário: 16:30

Local: Sala Machado de Assis – Bloco B do CCE/UFSC

 

Markus Damian

My research is concerned with the cognitive processes of language, and specifically with those engaged when humans speak (as opposed to when they comprehend language). I investigate the way in which humans cognitively develop intentions of what they are trying to say, the way in which words are organised in and retrieved from a mental lexicon for the purpose of the utterance, and the processes involved in generating the appropriate articulation. Much of my work is based on behavioural studies; however, I have also been involved in neuroimaging research, and in studies of acquired brain damage. Other interests of mine include numerical cognition, and processing in the absence of conscious awareness. I received a Bachelor’s Degree from the College of New Jersey (1993) and a Master’s degree (1996) and a Ph.D. degree (1998) in cognitive psychology from Rice University, Houston. Between 1998 and 2000 I was a staff member in the language production group at the Max-Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, where I worked with Pim Levelt. I joined the School of Experimental Psychology in Bristol as a Lecturer in 2000, and have been a Professor since 2010.