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Sabrina Fusari

Associate Professor

Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Academic discipline: L-LIN/12 Language and Translation - English


Sabrina Fusari, Investigating complex noun–noun modification in academic prose, in: Teaching English with Corpora A Resource Book, Oxon, Routledge, 2023, pp. 330 - 333 [Chapter or essay]

Sabrina Fusari, “Yeah, you know, these are the miracles of technology.” Interactivity in the COVID-19 ERT university classroom, in: Contemporary Challenges in ESP Teaching, Zagabria, Association of LSP Teachers at Higher Education Institutions, «Conference Proceedings of the Association of LSP Teachers at Higher Education Institutions», 2022, 5, pp. 106 - 120 (atti di: 5th International Conference of the Association of LSP Teachers at Higher Education Institutions, "Challenges in LSP Teaching", Zagabria, 1-2 luglio 2021) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Sabrina Fusari, Student-teacher e-mail interaction as asynchronous dialogue in an academic setting, in: Language and Social Interaction at Home and School, Amsterdam & Philadelphja, John Benjamins, 2021, pp. 351 - 376 (DIALOGUE STUDIES) [Chapter or essay]

Sabrina Fusari, Does Meat Cause Cancer? The Discursive Construction of Meat Carcinogenicity in a Corpus of Scientific Texts, in: Representing and Redefining Specialised Knowledge: Medical Discourse, Lecce, Università del Salento, 2019, pp. 71 - 92 [Chapter or essay]

Fusari, S, “Logically, We Quite Agree with the IARC”: Negotiating Interpersonal Meaning in a Corpus of Scientific Texts, in: Specialized Discourses and Their Readerships, Singapore, Springer, 2019, pp. 25 - 46 (THE M.A.K. HALLIDAY LIBRARY FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS SERIES) [Chapter or essay]

Fusari, S., Changing Representations of Animals in Canadian English (1920s – 2010s), «LANGUAGE & ECOLOGY», 2018, 2017-2018, pp. 1 - 32 [Scientific article]

Fusari, S., “Bacon wrapped cancer”: the discursive construction of meat carcinogenicity, «TEXT & TALK», 2018, 38, Article number: 2 , pp. 291 - 316 [Scientific article]Open Access

Fusari, S.; Luporini, A., Interpersonal meaning in a corpus of students-teachers computer-mediated communication, in: Transnational Subjects. Linguistic Encounters. Selected Papers from XXVII AIA Conference. Volume II, Napoli, Liguori Editore, 2017, pp. 223 - 234 (CRITICA E LETTERATURA) [Chapter or essay]

Fusari, S., What is an Animal Sanctuary? Evidence from Applied Linguistics, «ANIMAL STUDIES JOURNAL», 2017, 6, Article number: 8 , pp. 137 - 160 [Scientific article]

Sabrina, Fusari, A blended e-learning course of Systemic Functional Linguistics, in: Interdisciplinarità e apprendimento linguistico nei nuovi contesti formativi. L'apprendente di lingue tra tradizione e innovazione, Bologna, Alma DL, Centro di Studi Linguistico-Culturali (CeSLiC), 2016, 4, pp. 86 - 101 (atti di: IN – A – TRA ‘Progetti per l’A pprendimento Linguistico: pluralità di obiettivi, metodologie e strumenti, Università di Bologna, Scuola di Lingue, Letterature, Traduzione e Interpretazione, 3-4 febbraio 2014) [Contribution to conference proceedings]

Fusari, Sabrina; Luporini, Antonella, La comunicazione tra studenti e docenti via forum e e-mail: strategie di cortesia, in: Linguaggio e apprendimento linguistico. Metodi e strumenti tecnologici, Milano, Officinaventuno, 2016, pp. 67 - 82 (STUDI AITLA) [Chapter or essay]

Fusari, Sabrina, Le guide dello studente in inglese: tra interazione e adempimento burocratico, in: Parlare insieme. Studi per Daniela Zorzi, Bologna, Bononia University Press, 2016, pp. 275 - 288 (STUDI INTERDISCIPLINARI SU TRADUZIONE, LINGUE E CULTURE) [Chapter or essay]

Fusari, Sabrina, The Role of Corpus Annotation in the SFL-CL Marriage: A Test Case on the EU Debt Crisis, in: Systemic Functional Linguistics in the Digital Age, Sheffield, Equinox, 2016, pp. 246 - 259 [Chapter or essay]

FUSARI S, The permeable context of institutional and newspaper discourse. A corpus-based functional case study of the European sovereign debt crisis, in: Hybridity in Systemic Functional Linguistics. Grammar, Text and Discursive Context, Londra, Equinox Publishing Ltd., 2016, pp. 306 - 333 [Chapter or essay]

Donna Rose Miller; Paul Bayley; Cinzia Bevitori; Sabrina Fusari; Antonella Luporini, Ticklish trawling: The limits of corpus assisted meaning analysis, in: Proceedings from the 24th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop, Coventry, Department of English and Languages (DEL), Coventry University, 2014, pp. 100 - 111 [Chapter or essay]