The Portuguese as a Foreign Language courses (PFL) have been organized by the Faculty of Arts since 1934. In the last few years, more than 30,000 students from the world over have attended these courses.
The project LeCIEPLE aims at building a Portuguese Learner Corpus (Portuguese as a foreign Language / Second Language - PFL/L2) which may provide support to research, teachers' training and didactics. This resource also intends to establish the linguistic profile of PFL/L2 learners, which can be used both in teaching and in assessing competences.
The ICLP offers a Portuguese as a Foreign Language course to foreign students in the Erasmus programme.
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Director and Scientific Board
Adriana Veríssimo Serrão is associate professor at the Department of Philosophy of the University of Lisbon. Master in Philosophy with a thesis about the Aesthetics of Kant and PhD in Philosophy with a dissertation about the Anthropology of Ludwig Feuerbach. Has translated into Portuguese two books of L. Feuerbach: Das Wesen des Christentums (Gulbenkian, 1994), Philosophy of Sensibility (1839 1846) (Centro de Filosofia U Lisbon, 2005).
Main research areas: Aesthetics and Anthropology in contemporary thought: Philosophy of Nature and Aesthetics of Landscape.
As member of the Centro de Filosofia da Universidade de Lisboa, was responsible for the research projects: “Feuerbach”, “Philosophy and Landscape”; and currently for “Philosophy and Architecture of Landscape”.
Editor of the review Philosophica (Lisboa) and, since 1997, president of the Feuerbach Society (Münster) scientific council.
Ana Lúcia Santos
Ana Lúcia Santos is Associate Professor at Departamento de Linguística Geral e Românica da Faculdade de Letras, Universidade de Lisboa, where she teaches since 2001. She is also a researcher at Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa (CLUL) and one of the Associate Editors of Journal of Portuguese Linguistics. She completed a PhD on the acquisition of VP ellipsis in Portuguese in 2006 (the dissertation was published by John Benjamins, in 2009). Since then, she has developed different research work in the field of acquisition, mostly on monolingual acquisition, but considering also bilingual and L2 acquisition. She has also developed work on impaired language development. She has published several papers and books, including textbooks.
António Manuel dos Santos Avelar is Assistant Professor of the Portuguese Language and Culture Program, Faculdade de Letras, where he teaches since 1990 and is a researcher at the University of Lisbon, Centre for English Studies.
He holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics from the University of Lisbon (2008). His research interests include L2 and L1 teaching and learning, writing development in Portuguese, Register and Genre Theory, Multimodality and Discourse Analysis.
He has been teaching several disciplines related to Applied linguistics, Teaching, Learning and Asessement of L2 and Grammar and Communication. At the present moment he is the head of the Summer and Annual Courses for Potuguese as a Foreign Language.
Cristina Sobral, PhD in Portuguese Literature, specializes in Medieval Literature and Culture and Textual Criticism, areas in which has taught in undergraduate and postgraduate.
Director of Portuguese Studies course since 2011. Researcher at the Centre for Linguistics of UL, she prepares philologic editions of ancient texts and modern authors as Camilo Castelo Branco and Eça de Queirós. She coordinates the project Corpus hagiographic in Portuguese up to 1525 and has published several studies on the literary corpus in medieval Portuguese.
Eça de Queirós, A Ilustre Casa de Ramires. Manuscrito Autógrafo, edição genética por C. Sobral, M.I. Rocheta e I. Fialho, Introdução por C. Sobral, Lisboa, Esfera do Caos, 2016
Camilo Castelo Branco, O Demónio do Ouro, edição crítica por C. Sobral, Lisboa, INCM, 2014
C.Sobral, A. Askins e I. Almeida, Examinar os manuscritos das livrarias particulares, obra do Conde de Ericeira, Coimbra-Lisboa: Centro Interuniversitário de Estudos Camonianos – Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa, 2012.
Paulo de Portalegre, Novo Memorial do Estado Apostólico. Primeira Crónica dos Lóios, edição crítica e estudo por C.Sobral, Lisboa: Roma Editora, 2007.
Maria João Freitas
Maria João Freitas ((http://www.clul.ulisboa.pt/pt/researchers-pt/134-freitas-maria-joao)) é Professora Associada com Agregação do Departamento de Linguística Geral e Românica da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa (FLUL), membro do CLUL (Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa) e colaboradora do CLUP (Centro de Linguística da Universidade do Porto). Desempenha atualmente, e desde 2015, a função de diretora do Curso de Doutoramento em Linguística da FLUL. Tem lecionado unidades curriculares nas áreas da fonologia e da aquisição e desenvolvimento linguísticos, em cursos de 1º, 2º e 3º Ciclos do Ensino Superior na FLUL, colaborando pontualmente em unidades curriculares destes domínios noutras instituições nacionais e estrangeiras.Tem (co)orientado pós-doutoramentos, teses de doutoramento e dissertações de mestrado, dentro das suas áreas de especialidade.
Recebeu o grau de Doutoramento em Letras (especificamente, em Aquisição da Fonologia do Português Europeu como Língua Materna) e o grau de Agregação em Linguística Portuguesa (2013), ambos atribuídos pela Universidade de Lisboa. A sua investigação tem-se centrado nas seguintes áreas da Linguística: aquisição da fonologia (língua materna e, mais recentemente, língua não materna), linguística clínica e linguística educacional. Tem colaborado em vários projetos nacionais e internacionais, com ou sem financiamento, como investigadora e/ou como coordenadora. É autora e coautora de artigos em revistas e livros nas suas áreas de investigação, tendo ainda produzido vários livros de divulgação sobre fonologia e sobre aquisição e desenvolvimento linguísticos.
Jorge Pinto is Assistant Professor at the Department of General and Romance Linguistics of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Lisbon, where he teaches since 2014, and researcher at CLUL (Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa), since 2011.
He completed a PhD on Education (Language Didactics) in 2010. His main research interests are on foreign languages didactics, on teacher training and on the acquisition of Portuguese as a second or a third language.
He’s also Co-coordinator of the Portuguese Foreign Language courses at the Faculty, since 2015, and Co-director of the Portuguese Language Centre at the Beijing Foreign Studies University, since 2014.
Maria Helena Antunes
Maria Helena Marques Antunes has been a French lecturer at the Department of General and Romance Linguistics at Lisbon University’s School of Arts and Humanities since 2016, as well as being a researcher at the Centre for Comparative Studies. She completed her PhD in Literary and Cultural Studies, in the field of Comparative Studies, with a thesis entitled Modalidades de interlocução na poesia peninsular e francesa do século XV (Dialogue Modalities in 15th century Peninsular and French poetry) (ULisboa, 2017). She is particularly interested in French and Iberian medieval literature and has continued her research into 15th century poetry. Maria Helena is part of the project ECHO: Poetry and Poets of the Cancioneiro Geral, regularly presenting results of her work, both at international congresses and in specialized publications. Recently, she has been working on issues related to the use of medieval literary texts in foreign language classes. This line of research has led her to assess how the adaptation and rewriting processes of these works may influence how young readers receive them.
Sérgio Campos Matos
Sérgio Campos Matos is Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Lisbon, where he teaches since 1985. His main areas of research are: social memory, historiographies, nationalisms and the relationships between Portugal and Spain within wider contexts, from cultural, social and political history perspectives. He has authored or co-authored papers in these areas for international reviews, for the Diccionario político y social del mundo iberoamericano, ed. by J. Fernández Sebastián (Madrid, 2009) and The Contested Nation, ed. by S. Berger and C. Lorenz (London: 2008). He is author of Historiografia e memória nacional no Portugal do século XIX (1846-1898) (Lisbon, 1998) and Consciência histórica e nacionalismo. Portugal (séculos XIX e XX) (Lisbon: 2008). Recently he has been working on the Dicionário de Historiadores Portugueses (1779-1974). He is co-editor of Historiografia e memórias (séculos XIX a XXI) (Lisbon, 2012) and A Universidade de Lisboa nos séculos XIX e XX (Lisbon, 2013). He collaborated with several foreign universities such as the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, and the Universities of São Paulo, Valencia and Pisa. He was part of the editorial board of the Revista da Faculdade de Letras de Lisboa (1997-2004) and Clio, II série (2002-2009). He is consultant of História da Historiografia 2011, História – Revista da Faculdade de Letras do Porto and e- Journal os Portuguese Studies.
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