Lines and Research Structures

 

Concentration Area

Creative Writing
Name Description
Literary-Linguistic Foundations of Language Which addresses the study of meaning in literary and non-literary texts. It involves the theoretical study of the broader field in which the three areas are included – language – and brings together projects related to contemporary society, including those aimed at teaching. This common line promotes interdisciplinary studies, which bring positive results to the area of Letters.
Reading, Creation and Literary System This area studies the genesis of literary and non-literary texts, their relationship with other languages, and the inclusion of the writer in the literary system, supported by critical theories of literature and writer documents about the creative process. It focuses on literary creation and its aesthetic foundations, genetic criticism, the relationship between literature and other media, the production of theater and film scripts, and non-literary writing. The literary and archive collections of DELFOS – Space for Documentation and Cultural Memory – are available for research and on-site classes on the creative process of writers by handling and analyzing manuscripts, letters, photographs and notes taken in books and other materials gathered in the Space.
Linguistics
Name Description
Language Theories and Use Addresses verbal language based on the relationship between theoretical and empirical perspectives on linguistic structure regarding text and discourse, child language acquisition, and linguistic variation.
Linguistic Theory and Analysis Addresses the descriptions of the formal, cognitive and communicative aspects of language at the syntactic-semantic and pragmatic interfaces; formal analyses of the phonological aspects of Portuguese and comparative studies of phonological systems and subsystems.
Linguistic-literary principles of language Which addresses the study of meaning in literary and non-literary texts. It involves the theoretical study of the broader field in which the three areas are included – language – and brings together projects related to contemporary society, including those aimed at teaching. This common line promotes interdisciplinary studies, which bring positive results to the area of Letters.
Theory of Literature
Name Description
Critical Theories of Literature Studies and evaluates theoretical assumptions underlying the literary fact and reflects on relations established between literature and other cultural fields and systems.
Literary-Linguistic Foundations of Language Which addresses the study of meaning in literary and non-literary texts. It involves the theoretical study of the broader field in which the three areas are included – language – and brings together projects related to contemporary society, including those aimed at teaching. This common line promotes interdisciplinary studies, which bring positive results to the area of Letters.
Literature, History and Memory Studies literature as a phenomenon of history and identity expression, specific to particular spaces or linked to a broader universe.

Research Structures

Research Groups
Name Coordinator
Acquisition, Learning and Cognitive Processing of Language: Instruments, Procedures and Technologies VERA WANNMACHER PEREIRA
Audio Processing and Acoustic Phonetics CLAUDIA REGINA BRESCANCINI
Basic Concepts of the Literary Creation LUIZ ANTONIO DE A B E SILVA
Cartographies narratives in Portuguese PAULO RICARDO KRALIK ANGELINI
Cognitive Approach of the Language LILIAN CRISTINE HUBNER
Cognitive and Cultural Language Studies VERA WANNMACHER PEREIRA
Cognitive brain imaging AUGUSTO BUCHWEITZ
Comparative Thresholds and Disciplinary Diasporas: Studies of Identity in the Contemporary Landscapes RICARDO ARAUJO BARBERENA
Discourses in dialogue CLAUDIO PRIMO DELANOY
History of Literature Research Group: The Investigation and Diffusion of Sources MARIA EUNICE MOREIRA
History of Luso-Brazilian Journalism ANTONIO CARLOS HOHLFELDT
History of the Press in Rio Grande do Sul ANTONIO CARLOS HOHLFELDT
Images, Urban Cultures and Cities CHARLES MONTEIRO
Language, Communication and Cognition (LINCOG) ANA MARIA TRAMUNT IBANOS
Literature and Cultural Studies MARIA TEREZA AMODEO
Logic and Natural Language ANA MARIA TRAMUNT IBANOS
Neuroeducation AUGUSTO BUCHWEITZ
Range of Voice Parts: Voices in the Speech MARIA DA GLORIA C DI FANTI
Research Group in the Use and Processing of Additional Languages CRISTINA BECKER LOPES PERNA
SynSempra: Research group on Syntax, Semantics and Pragmatics ANA MARIA TRAMUNT IBANOS
System and Structure: From Mathematical Ontology to Biolinguistics NORMAN ROLAND MADARASZ
TEORIA DA ESCRITA CRIATIVA: UMA INTERFACE OPERACIONAL COM A TEORIA LITERÁRIA LUIZ ANTONIO DE A B E SILVA
Tecnologia e Ficção (TECFIC) BERNARDO JOSE DE MORAES BUENO
The Brazilian Urbanization Process in the 19th and 20th Centuries: Urban Policies, Cultural Dynamics, Social Disputes and their Form of Representation CHARLES MONTEIRO
The Southern Writers Collection Research Group REGINA KOHLRAUSCH
VIDICA: Audiovisual Digital Culture Research Group ROBERTO TIETZMANN
Ética, Desconstrução e Contemporaneidade II RICARDO TIMM DE SOUZA
Research Laboratories
Research Center
Name Coordinator
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