Grazia Biorci (1960) graduated in 1984 in Foreign Languages and Literatures at the Genoa University discussing a research thesis on the computerized analysis of the lexicon of the Cotton Text of the Mandeville’s Travels (XIV c.). is researcher at IRCrES CNR and teaches as visiting professor at Genoa University. Her research deals with Italian linguistics and lexicology. Her study interests concern mainly the study of the technical and scientific language of old Italian and the study of fixed formations and figurative language in contemporary Italian lexicon. Since 2010 her work has turned to the study of contemporary Italian language teaching to foreigners and to the linguistic study of the Italian language in the literature of migration published in Italy. At present, she is conducting DH projects for the valorisation and reuse of specialised bibliographic Cultural Heritage.



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