Gian Luigi De Rosa, PhD, is an associate professor of Lingua and Traduzione – Lingue Portoghese and Brasiliana (Università degli Studi Roma Tre). President of V SIMELP (Lecce, 2015). He was co-director and scientific co-responsible for the Unisalento Summer School of Audiovisual Translation (2014-2019), and co-director of CLP-Camões. Author of several essays dedicated to Portuguese and Brazilian language, linguistics and audiovisual and intersemiotic translation, he is a literary and audiovisual translator.
Full Professor at the Department of Language Sciences and at the Post-Graduate Program at UFF. Collegially founded the Arquivos do Sujeito Laboratory in 2008. Coordinates the agreement between the LAS and the Gian Luigi de Rosa Laboratory (IFALA Laboratory, University of Rome 3), since 2018. Organized the website of the Virtual Encyclopedia of Discourse (EnciDIS), fruit the support of the Edital Humanidades-FAPERJ and Edital Universal-CNPq. CNPq Fellow and FAPERJ Scientific Fellow of Our State (2021).
Juciele Pereira Dias has a degree in Letters – full degree in Portuguese Language and respective Portuguese language literature (2007) by the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM). Master’s (2009) and Doctorate (2012) in Languages – Concentration area: Linguistic Studies at UFSM, with a doctoral-sandwich internship at the University of Franche-Comté (CAPES-PDEE 2011-2012). She has done postdoctoral research at the Postgraduate Program in Language Studies and the Subject Archives Laboratory at Universidade Federal Fluminense (CAPES-PNPD Institucional 2013-2016). She is currently developing postdoctoral research at the Professional Master’s Degree in Linguistics and Indigenous Languages (PROFLLIND) at the Museu Nacional / UFRJ.
Carla Barbosa Moreira holds a Ph.D. in Language Studies from UFF (2009). She did a sandwich doctorate at the Università degli studi di Roma La Sapienza (2008) and a postdoctoral internship at UFMG (2011) and UFF (2014). She develops research in Discourse Analysis and the History of Linguistic Ideas. She is a professor at CEFET-MG and coordinator of the Discourse Technology and Knowledge Dissemination Research Group, certified by CNPq.