Nicoletta GAGLIARDI Curriculum

Associate Professor of German Language, Linguistics and DaF-Didactic at the University of Salerno. She has studied at the University of Naples ‘L’Orientale’, at the University of Tübingen and at the University of Pisa. Her main research activities focus on: the language of the literature of migrant writers, particularly German writers of Turkish origin; Corpus Linguistics with particular attention to technical language (archaeological lexicon, German tourist guide lexicon); translation of jargon for educational purposes, (Gesprächslinguistik e DaF, multimedia learning, CLIL, linguistic stereotype /cultural stereotype). She has been responsible for the Faculty of Modern Languages and Literature of the ‘e-learning project” of the University of Salerno In the years 2008-2011 she was co-responsible for the Salerno unit of the Erasmus Intensive Programme involving Universidade do Minho (Portugal) and the University of Hamburg (Germany). She was also co-responsible of the Salerno-PRIN Project on ‘Exile, expatriation and migration of women of twentieth century Germany’. She co-coordinated the project “Teletandem: learning a foreign language teaching your own”. She is Co-responsible of the project “New instruments for cultural Italian – German dialogue as a seismograph of globalization” - scientific and academic cooperation between PH-Schwäbisch Gmünd and the University of Salerno. Member of Erasmus committee and academic tutor for Erasmus students incoming and outgoing from/to the following Universities: University of Hamburg, Bochum, Colonia, Jena, Mannheim (Germany), Athens (Greece), Poznan (Poland), Braga, Lisbon, Madeira, Porto (Portugal), Zadar (Croatia). Delegate for the University of Salerno of the ‘Board for Internationalization’ of the Salerno Chamber of Commerce. Member of editorial board of the journal ‘Testi e Linguaggi’ (Published by Carocci, Rom). Member of  Italian Association of German Studies. She has authored two books and published numerous articles and academic translations in both Italian and German.