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Silvia Betti

Associate Professor

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Academic discipline: L-LIN/07 Language and Translation - Spanish

Short Bio

Research Interests: Sociolinguistics of Spanish Language in the United States, "spanglish", Language Teaching, Youthful and Sign Language, New Tecnologies for Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language.


She has given lectures, courses and seminars in Italian, European, Ibero-American and American universities (San Antonio, New York, Denver, Harvard, Miami-FIU, Chicago, Washington DC ).

She is an Expert at Observatory Cervantes-Harvard University, http://cervantesobservatorio.fas.harvard.edu/en/about/about-us

She is a Corresponding Member of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language (ANLE) and belongs to his Commission of Sociolinguistic Study of Spanish in the United States.

Director of the academic journal Glosas of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language: https://glosas.anle.us/

Director of the editorial series "Cruces y bordes: la voz de la otredad. El inglés y el español en contacto en los Estados Unidos". Roma, Aracne: http://www.aracneeditrice.it/aracneweb/index.php/collana.html?col=CYB

 

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Contacts

E-mail:
s.betti@unibo.it
Tel:
+39 051 20 9 7215

Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Moderne
Via Cartoleria 5, Bologna - Go to map

Online Resources

Office hours

Office hours will be held via Teams by appointment (s.betti@unibo.it).


N.B.


The professor may not be able to answer all the e-mails she receives from students, in particular those with general questions on exams, theses, class schedules, information on the course program, deadlines available from the UNIBO website and from the page: https://www.unibo.it/sitoweb/s.betti


and also: https://www.unibo.it/sitoweb/s.betti/avvisi/3f934737


* For the SPOSI-SVIC 2021-2022 courses, see also


https://corsi.unibo.it/laurea/ScienzePoliticheSocialiInternazionali/il-corso-di-lingua-spagnola-8-cfu



* Undergraduates are requested to write an email to the teacher to make an appointment.