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Marianna Marcella Bolognesi

Professoressa associata

Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Moderne

Settore scientifico disciplinare: L-LIN/01 GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA

Curriculum vitae

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Carriera accademica

Dal 1 giugno 2022 Principal Investigator del progetto ABSTRACTION, finanziato da grant europeo ERC-stg.

Dal 2021 Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale per la II fascia (10/G1 – Glottologia e Linguistica), ottenuta in data 28/05/2021.

Dal 2019 Rtd-b L-LIN/01 presso Università di Bologna.

2018-2019 Junior Research Fellow - Jesus College, University of Oxford, UK.

2017-2019 Ricercatrice presso University of Oxford, UK.

2015-2017 Ricercatrice Marie Curie, University of Amsterdam, NL.

2013-2014 Ricercatrice (6 mesi) presso VU University Amsterdam, NL.

2008-2011 Dottorato in Linguistica, Università di Torino.

2004-2007 Laurea magistrale in Linguistica presso Università di Pavia.

1999-2003 Laurea triennale in Lingue e Letterature Straniere presso Università di Pisa.

 

Attività istituzionali e incarichi accademici (negli ultimi 6 anni)

Dal 2020 membro della Commissione AQ del CdS LLS, UniBo.

Dal 2020 responsabile calendario esami scritti di dipartimento LILEC, UniBo.

Dal 2019 membro del Laboratorio Sperimentale del LILEC, UniBo.

Dal 2019 membro della Commissione Terza Missione LILEC, UniBo.

Dal 2018 membro del comitato esecutivo - RaAM Research & Applying Metaphor International Association.

Dal 2015 Coordinatrice di area di ricerca - Metaphor Lab Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam, NL.

 

Finanziamenti, riconoscimenti e borse di studio

2022 ERC Starting Grant “Abstraction. Unlocking meaning from experience through language”. ERC-2021-STG-101039777 ~ 1,4 milioni EUR

2019 Jesus College Major Grant Scheme Funds ~ 3000 EUR

2015-2017 EU Marie Curie research fellowship (IEF) ~ 187.000 EUR

2016 KNAW Royal Dutch Academy of Science symposium grant - 3200 EUR

2016 ABC Amsterdam Brain and Cognition symposium grant - 2500 EUR

2016 Network Institute Amsterdam symposium sponsorship - 500

2014 Network Institute Amsterdam research sponsorship - 2000 EUR

2013 Network Institute travel grant - 1000 EUR

2008-2011 Borsa di dottorato - Università di Torino ~ 36.000 EUR

2009 MIUR contributo per soggiorno dottorale all’estero (UCL London, UK) - 1500 EUR

2006 Borsa EDiSU (Universität Konstanz, Germany) -1500 EUR

2005-2006 European Commission Erasmus scholarship ~ 1200 EUR

2005 EILC European Commission scholarship, Jagellonsky University, Krakow -500 EUR

 

 

Pubblicazioni (negli ultimi 6 anni)

(Esclusi lavori in preparazione o in fase di referaggio, ma non ancora ufficialmente accettati)

Curatele:

  1. Bolognesi M., Steen G. (Eds.) (2019). Perspectives on abstract concepts: From cognitive processing to semantic representation. Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishing Company.
  2. Bolognesi M., Despot K., Brdar M. (Eds.) (2019). Metaphor and Metonymy in the Digital Age. Building Repositories of Figurative Language: Methods, Risks, and Challenges. Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishing Company.
  3. Bolognesi M., Steen G. (Eds.) (2018). Abstract concepts: Structure, processing and modeling. Special Issue of TopiCS in Cognitive Science, 10 (3).

    Autrice:

    Libri

  4. Bolognesi, M., Werkmann Horvat, A. (accettato, sotto contratto). New Directions in Metaphor Studies: Cognition, Communication, Creativity, and Variability across Languages and Cultures. London: Routledge.
  5. Littlemore, J., Bolognesi, M., Leung, D., Julich, N., & Sobrino, P. (accettato, in revisione finale). Emotion-colour Associations across Languages and Genders. Cambridge Elements in Cognitive Linguistics, Cambridge University Press, UK.
  6. Bolognesi, M. (2020). Where Words Get Their Meaning. Cognitive processing and distributional modelling of word meaning in first and second language. Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishing Company.

    Riviste scientifiche internazionali

  7. Werkmann Horvat, A., Bolognesi, M., Littlemore, J., & Barnden, J. (accepted). Comprehension of different types of novel metaphors in monolinguals and multilinguals. Language & CognitionAnvur, Classe A.
  8. Werkmann Horvat, A., Bolognesi, M., & Kohl, K. (2021). On the status of conventional metaphorical meaning in the L2 lexicon. Intercultural Pragmatics, 18 (4), 447-467. Anvur, Classe A.
  9. Werkmann Horvat, A., Bolognesi, M., & Kohl, K. (2021). Creativity is a toaster: Experimental evidence on how monolinguals vs. multilinguals process novel metaphors. Applied Linguistics, 42 (5), 823-847. Anvur, Classe A.
  10. Strik Lievers, F., Bolognesi, M., & Winter, B. (2021). The linguistic dimensions of concrete and abstract concepts: lexical category, morphological structure, countability, and etymology. Cognitive Linguistics, 32(4), 641-670. Anvur, Classe A.
  11. Werkmann Horvat, A., Bolognesi, M., & Lahiri, A. (2021). Processing of literal and metaphorical meanings in polysemous verbs: An experiment and its methodological importance. Journal of Pragmatics 171, 131-146. Anvur, Classe A.
  12. Wicke, P. & Bolognesi, M. (2021). Covid-19 discourse on Twitter: How the topics, sentiments, subjectivity and figurative frames changed over time. Frontiers in Communication, 6, 1-45, Anvur, rivista scientifica.
  13. Bort Mir, L., Bolognesi, M., & Ghaffaryan, S. (2020). Cross-cultural interpretation of filmic metaphors: A think-aloud experiment. Intercultural Pragmatics17(4), 389–416. Anvur, Classe A.
  14. Wicke, P. & Bolognesi, M. (2020). Framing COVID-19 How we conceptualize and discuss the pandemic on Twitter. PLoS ONE 15(9): e0240010 Anvur, Classe A.
  15. Wicke, P., & Bolognesi, M. (2020). Emoji-based semantic representations for abstract and concrete concepts. Cognitive Processing, 21, 4, 615-635. Anvur, Classe A.
  16. Bolognesi, M., Burgers, C., & Caselli, T. (2020). On Abstraction: Decoupling conceptual concreteness and categorical specificity. Cognitive Processing. 21, 365–381. Anvur, Classe A.
  17. Vivas, L., Montefinese, M., Bolognesi, M., & Vivas, G. (2020). Core features: measures and characterization for different languages. Cognitive Processing 21, 4, 651-667. Anvur, Classe A.
  18. Cavazzana, A., & Bolognesi, M. (2020). Uncanny Resemblance. Words, pictures, and conceptual representations in the field of metaphor. Cognitive Linguistic Studies, 7(1): 31-57. Anvur, Classe A.
  19. Bolognesi M., & Strik Lievers F. (2020). How language and image construct synaesthetic metaphors in print advertising. Visual Communication. 19,4, 431-457. Anvur, Classe A.
  20. Stampoulidis, G., & Bolognesi, M. (2020). Bringing metaphors back to the streets: A corpus-based study for the identification and interpretation of rhetorical figures in street art. Visual Communication. Anvur, Classe A.
  21. Poppi, F., Bolognesi, & M., Oija, A. (2020). Metaphorical conceptualization of pictorial artworks within a participant-based framework. Semiotica 236-237: 349-376. Anvur, Classe A.
  22. Reijnierse G., Burgers C., Bolognesi, M., & Krennmayr T. (2019). How Polysemy Affects Concreteness Ratings: The Case of Metaphor. Cognitive Science 43, 8, e12779. Anvur, Classe A.
  23. Bolognesi, M., & Vernillo, P. (2019). How abstract concepts emerge from metaphorical images: The metonymic way. Language and Communication 69, 26-41. Anvur, Classe A.
  24. Stampoulidis, G., Bolognesi, M., & Zlatev, J. (2019). A Cognitive Semiotic Exploration of Metaphors in Greek Street Art. Cognitive Semiotics 12, 1.
  25. Bolognesi M., & Aina L. (2019). Similarity is Closeness: Using Distributional Semantic Spaces to model Similarity in Visual and Linguistic Metaphors. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 15(1), 101-138. Anvur, Classe A.
  26. Bolognesi M., & Steen G. (2018). Editors’ Introduction: Abstract concepts: Structure, processing and modeling. TopiCS in Cognitive Science, 10 (3), 490-500. Anvur, rivista scientifica.
  27. Bolognesi M., Pilgram R., & Van den Heerik R. (2017). Reliability in content analysis: the case of semantic features norms. Behavior Research Methods, 49(6), 1984–2001. Anvur, rivista scientifica.
  28. Bolognesi M. (2017). Using semantic features norms to investigate how the visual and verbal modes afford metaphor construction and expression. Language and Cognition, 9(3), 525-552. Anvur, Classe A.
  29. Bolognesi M. (2016). Modeling semantic similarity between metaphor terms of visual vs linguistic metaphors through Flickr tag distributions. Frontiers in Communication, 1:9. Anvur, rivista scientifica.

    Riviste scientifiche nazionali

  30. Bolognesi, M. (2019). Il linguaggio figurato nella comunicazione multimodale. Il genere pubblicitario e la campagna sociale [Figurative language in multimodal communication. Insights from the genres of advertising and social campaigns]. Ricognizioni, 6(12).

    Recensioni di libri su invito

  31. Bolognesi, M. (2019). Book Review of Perception Metaphors, edited by Laura J. Speed, Carolyn O'Meara, Lila San Roque and Asifa Majid. Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishers. Journal of Pragmatics 155, 160-162.
  32. Bolognesi, M. (2018). Book Review of Multimodal Metaphor and Metonymy in Advertising – by Paula Perez Sobrino. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Language and Cognition, 10, 3, 552-559.

    Capitoli di libro

  33. Bolognesi, M. (in stampa). Metaphor. In I. Keckskes (Ed.) Cambridge Handbook of Intercultural Pragmatics. Cambridge: University Press.
  34. Kohl, K., Bolognesi, M., & Werkmann Horvat, A. (2020). The creative power of metaphor. In Katrin Kohl et al. (eds). Creative Multilingualism. A manifesto. Cambridge, UK: Open Books Publishers, pp. 25-46.
  35. Bolognesi M., Timmermans B., & Aroyo L. (2019). VisMet and the crowd: What does social tagging reveal about visual metaphors? In M. Bolognesi, M. Brdar, K. Despot (Eds.) Metaphor and Metonymy in the Digital Age. Building Repositories of Figurative Language: Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 99-121.
  36. Bolognesi M., & Despot, K. (2019). Editors’ Introduction to Metaphor and Metonymy in the Digital Age. Building Repositories of Figurative Language:. Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 1-19.
  37. Bolognesi M., & Steen G. (2019). Editors’ Introduction. In M. Bolognesi, G. Steen (Eds.) Perspectives on abstract concepts: From cognitive processing to semantic representation. Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 1-13.
  38. Bolognesi, M. Van den Heerik R., & Van den Berg E. (2018). VisMet: a corpus of visual metaphors. In G. Steen (ed.) Visual Metaphor: structure and process. Amsterdam: Benjamins Publishers, pp. 89-114.
  39. Bolognesi M. (2017). Grammatica visiva e apprendimento: aspetti semiotici delle vignette di Valico e trasposizione verbale nelle descrizioni di anglofoni. In E. Corino, C. Onesti (eds.) Italiano di Apprendenti. Studi a partire da Valico e Vinca. Roma: Guerra, pp.21-40.
  40. Bolognesi M. (2017). Conceptual metaphors and metaphorical expressions in images. In A. Baicchi, E. Pinelli (eds.) Cognitive modelling in language and discourse across cultures, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 367-383.
  41. Bolognesi M. (2017). Flickr Distributional Tagspace: Evaluating the Semantic Spaces emerging from Flickr Tags Distributions. In M. Jones (ed.) Big Data in Cognitive Science. New York: Routledge, pp. 144-173.
  42. Bolognesi M. (2016). Metaphors, bilingual mental lexicon and distributional models. In E. Gola, F. Ervas (eds.) Metaphor and Communication. Benjamin Publishing Company, Amsterdam, pp.105-122.

    Conference proceedings

  43. Bolognesi, M. (2019). How do words vs. images construct and represent metaphor. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol. 2347/1. Proceedings of Tricolore conference 2018: Creativity, Cognition, Computation, Bolzano, Italy.

    Articoli divulgativi

  44. Bolognesi, M. (2021). Metafore: vive, morte o x. Linguisticamente.
  45. Bolognesi, M. (2018). How language shapes your thoughts – what researchers know. The Conversation, UK.
  46. Bolognesi, M., & Strik Lievers, F. (2018). The coded images that let advertisers target all our senses at once. The Conversation, UK.

 

INVITED TALKS AND SEMINARS

2021 Invited keynote speaker at International conference Neuromania, Torun, Poland, November 2021.

2021 Invited plenary speaker at International conference The building blocks of information transfer in language processing , Zagreb, Croatia, October 2021.

2021 Invited keynote speaker to Croatian Applied Linguistics Society 35th conference. Language in the Digital Environment. Osijek, Croatia, September 2021.

2021 Invited speaker to MA program excellence track in Linguistics, seminar at University of Firenze, Italy (virtual). May 2021.

2021 Invited speaker at IANUA - ISSUGE Scuola Superiore dell'Università di Genova Winter school Critical Thinking, (virtual). February 2021.

2021 Invited lecture for doctoral programme at Loránd Eötvös University, Hungary. (virtual). February 2021.

2021 Invited speaker to The Bremen-Groningen Online Workshops on Multimodality. Bremen University (virtual). January 2021.

2021 Invited speaker to International Multimodal Communication Centre. University of Oxford. (virtual). January 2021.

2020 Invited speaker to CARLA2020: Concepts in Action: Representation, Learning and Application. University of Bolzano, Italy (virtual). September 2020.

2020 Invited keynote speaker to 13th RaAM Conference, Hamar, Norway, (virtual) June 2020.

2020 Invited speaker at IANUA - ISSUGE Scuola Superiore dell'Università di Genova Winter school Critical Thinking, February 2020.

2020 CIRM seminars Research at the Metaphor Lab – Metaphor and Multimodality, January 2020.

2019 Invited Mini-Lab Leader EMCL 2019 (Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics Summer School) Tartu, Estonia, July 2019.

2019 Invited Workshop “Fantastic Visual Metaphors and where to find them: An introduction to the identification of visual metaphors” – 7th specialised RaAM seminar in Liège, Belgium, May 2019.

2018 Invited keynote speaker – Tricolore 2018: Creativity, Cognition, Computation, University of Bozen, Italy, December 2018.

2018 Invited keynote speaker – 5th International Conference Metaphor and Discourse, University Jaume I, Spain, November 2018.

2017 Invited plenary speaker – Intertext and Intermedia international conference, University of Torino, IT, November 2017.

2017 Invited speaker – Vismet 1.0 Corpus of visual metaphors. Seminar and Workshop, Lund University, Dep. Cognitive Semiotics, Sweden, November 2017.

2017 Invited speaker – Everyday creativity in Communication – University of Birmingham, UK, September 2017.

2017 Invited discussant and chair – Metaphors of the mind, international workshop and round table, ISR Rome, Italy, May 2017.

2017 Invited Speaker – Distributional similarity beyond linguistic contexts: modeling metaphorical similarity in visual vs. verbal metaphors. Seminar, University of Stuttgart, Germany, Institute for Natural Language Processing, May 2017.

2017 Invited Speaker – Metaphorical similarity in visual metaphors and linguistic metaphors: A distributional approach. Seminar, at University of Pisa, Computational Linguistics Lab, May 2017.

2017 Invited Speaker – Visual metaphors and abstract concepts. Seminar, at University of Bologna, Philosophy and Communication Department, April 2017.

2017 Invited Speaker – High concepts Low downs. Workshop at University College Dublin, Ireland, Creative Language System Group, Fac. Computer Sciences, March 2017.

2017 Invited Speaker – Linguistic Metaphors and Visual Metaphors: a distributional approach. Seminar at University of Firenze, LABLITA Lab for computational linguistics and lexicography, Firenze, Italy, February 2017.

2016 Invited Speaker – at OAP (Senior Researchers Day, at ACLC, UvA University, talk: “Distributional similarity beyond linguistic occurrences: the strange case of metaphor similarity in images and texts”), UvA, Amsterdam, December 2016.

2016 Invited Plenary Speaker - Symposium Building Figurative Language Repositories: Methods, Risks and Challenges. Zagreb, Croatia, May 2016.

2016 Invited speaker – Flickr Distributional Tagspace. Seminar at CompSem Lab, Computer Science Dep., University of Colorado, USA, January 2016.

2016 Invited Plenary Speaker Better write it or draw it? Academy for text and image, Amsterdam, June 2016.

2016 Invited speaker COGVIM project: First Results. Metaphor Lab Amsterdam Research colloquia, April 2016.

2015 Invited speaker COGVIM: cognitive grounding of visual metaphor, ACLC group Research meeting, October 2015.

2015 Invited speaker - Visual metaphors and migration. Workshop at IH 2015 international conference, Cagliari, IT, September 2015.

2015 Invited speaker Visual metaphors, verbal metaphors, and dangerous things, Metaphor Lab Amsterdam Research meeting, March 2015.

2013 Invited speaker Visual Metaphors: where the mappings come from, Metaphor Lab, VU University Amsterdam, October 2013.

2013 Invited speaker Distributional semantics: a study on foreign language acquisition and a comparison between corpora of linguistic data and corpora of annotated images. Dep. Language and Communication, Università di Torino, Italy, September 2013.

2013 Invited speaker Visual Metaphors, Dep. Language and Communication, Università di Torino, Italy, March 2013.