Faculty

LANGUAGE STUDIES

Adriana Kuerten Dellagnelo
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 2003)
Sabbatical Years: Teacher Education (Penn State University, 2011) and Applied Linguistics (Penn State University, 2017)
Research track: Learning and Teaching
Research interest: L2 Teacher Education | L2 Teacher Knowledge and Cognition | Sociocultural Perspective | Teacher Emotions
Email: adrianak@cce.ufsc.br

Celso Henrique Soufen Tumolo
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 2005)
Sabbatical Years: Educational Technology (UFRJ and University of Huston, 2014) and (UFES and University of California at Santa Barbara, 2020).
Research track: Learning and Teaching
Research interest: Second Language Learning | Educational Digital Technologies
Email: celso.tumolo@ufsc.br

 

Débora de Carvalho Figueiredo
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 2000)
Sabbatical Year: UFRJ, 2017
Research track: Discourse and Translation Studies in Sociocultural Contexts
Research interests: Critical Discourse Analysis | Discourse and Gender | Sexual and Reproductive Rights | Gender Violence
Email:deborafigueiredo@terra.com.br

 

Donesca C. Puntel Xhafaj
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 2011) 
Research track: Learning and Teaching
Research interests: Second Language Acquisition | Portuguese as a Host Language | Metalinguistic Awareness | Feedback in L2 Writing | Task-Based Approach
Email: donescax@gmail.com

 

Hanna E. Kivistö-de Souza
Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics (University of Barcelona, 2015)
Research track: Language and Cognition
Research interests: L2 Speech | Phonological Awareness | Pronunciation Teaching | Psycholinguistics
Email: hanna.kivistodesouza@gmail.com

 

Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 1995)
Sabbatical Years: Cognitive Psychology (Carnegie Mellon University, 2000) and Bilingualism (The University of Auckland, 2018)
Research track: Language and Cognition
Research interests: Written Language Processing | Reading Strategies | Reading and Brain
Email: leda@cce.ufsc.br

Lincoln Paulo Fernandes
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 2004)
Research track: Discourse and Translation Studies in Sociocultural Contexts
Research interests: Translation and Technology | Children’s Literary Translation | Corpus Translation
Email: lico.fernandes@gmail.com

 

Mailce Borges Mota
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 2000)
Sabbatical Years: Neuroscience of Language (Georgetown University, 2009) and Neurobiology of Language (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, 2018)
Research track: Language and Cognition
Research interests: Psycholinguistics | Bi- and Multilingualism | L2 Processing
Email: mailce@cce.ufsc.br

 

Maria Ester Wollstein Moritz
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 2006)
Sabbatical Year: Academic Literacy (University of California at Santa Barbara, 2015)
Research track: Discourse and Translation Studies in Sociocultural Contexts
Research interests: Writing | Textual Genres | Systemic Functional Grammar | Feedback
Email: nicamoritz@yahoo.com

 

Raquel C. Souza Ferraz D’Ely
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 2005)
Sabbatical Year: Task-Based Teaching and Translation (UFC, 2016)
Research track: Learning and Teaching
Research interests: L2 Oral Production | Task-Based Approach | Teacher Education | Online and Onsite Learning
Email: raqueldely@gmail.com

 

Roberta Pires de Oliveira
Ph.D. in Linguistics (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2000)
Sabbatical Year: Semantics (Harvard University, 2013)
Research track: Language and Cognition
Research interests: Semantics and Pragmatics | Second Language Acquisition | Language Transfer | Language Processing
Email: ropiolive@gmail.com

 

Rosane Silveira
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 2004)
Sabbatical Years: Teaching English as a Second Language (Columbia University, 2008) and Applied Linguistics (Concordia University and UFMG, 2015)
Research track: Learning and Teaching
Research interests: L2 Speech | Pronunciation | Teacher Education
Email: rosanesilveira@hotmail.com

 

Viviane Maria Heberle
Ph.D. in English Language and Applied Linguistics (UFSC, 1997)
Sabbatical Year: Visual Literacy (University of Sidney, 2004)
Research track: Discourse and Translation Studies in Sociocultural Contexts
Research interests: Critical Discourse Analysis | Systemic Functional Grammar | Multimodality
Email: viviane.heberle@ufsc.br

 

 

CULTURAL AND LITERARY STUDIES

Alessandra Soares Brandão
Ph.D. in English Literature (UFSC, 2009)
Sabbatical Year: University of Leeds, 2013
Research track: Theoretical and Cultural Intersections
Research interests: Audiovisual Language and Literature | Cultural Intersections | Feminist Studies
Email: alessandra.b73@gmail.com

 

Alinne Balduino Pires Fernandes
Ph.D. in Dramaturgy and Translation (Queen’s University Belfast, 2012)
Research tracks: Theoretical and Cultural Intersections; Literatures in English
Research interests: Drama and Translation Studies | Technology in Literature | Intersectional Studies
Email: alinne.fernandes@ufsc.br

 

Anelise Reich Corseuil
Ph.D. in Literature (Wayne State University, 1992)
Sabbatical Years: Cinema (University of Glasgow, 2000); Comparative Studies (Wayne State University, 2017); Literature and Cinema (New York University, 2017)
Research track: Theoretical and Cultural Intersections
Research interests: Literary Theory | Cinema Studies | Cultural Studies
Email: hcorseuil@terra.com.br

 

Beatriz Kopschitz Xavier Bastos
Ph.D. in English Linguistics and Literature (Universidade de São Paulo, 2003)
Sabbatical Years: Linguistic and Literary Studies (UFSC, 2006; 2015)
Research tracks: Theoretical and Cultural Intersections; Literatures in English
Research interests: Irish Literature | Drama and Theater Studies
Email: castelmar@uol.com.br

 

Claudia Junqueira de Lima Costa
Ph.D. in Cultural Studies (University of Illinois in Urbana, 1998)
Sabbatical Years: Feminist Theories (University of California at Santa Cruz, 2002) and Cultural Studies (University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 2012)
Research track: Theoretical and Cultural Intersections
Research interests: Feminist Theories | Cultural Translation | Post-Colonial and Decolonial Theories
Email: cjlimacosta@gmail.com

 

José Roberto Basto O’Shea
Ph.D. in Literature (University of North Carolina, 1989)
Sabbatical Years: Shakespeare Studies (University of Birmingham, 1998); Performance Theory (University of Exeter, 2004); Shakespeare Studies (Folger Shakespeare Institute, 2010); and Shakespeare Studies (University of Birmingham, 2014)
Research tracks: Literatures in English; Discourse and Translation Studies in Sociocultural Contexts
Research interests: Shakespeare | Performance | Literary Translation
Email: oshea@cce.ufsc.br

 

Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins
Ph.D. in Literature (University of Massachusetts – Amherst, 1999)
Sabbatical Year: Contemporary Canadian Poetry and Multiculturalism (University of Toronto, 2006)
Research track: Literatures in English
Research interests: English Literature | Poetry | Cultural and Comparative Studies
Email: maluminosa@gmail.com

 

Maria Rita Drumond Viana
Ph.D. in English Linguistics and Literature (Universidade de São Paulo, 2015)
Sabbatical Year: University of Toronto, 2020
Research tracks: Literatures in English; Theoretical and Cultural Intersections
Research interests: Irish Literature | Literary Translation
Email: mrita.ufsc@gmail.com

 

Renata Lucena Dalmaso
PhD in English Literature (UFSC, 2015)
Sabbatical Year: UFPEL, 2016
Research tracks: Literatures in English;
Research interests: Cultural Studies | Contemporary Narratives
Email: rldalmaso@gmail.com