Daniela Veronesi is assistant professor of Linguistics at the Faculty of Education. Before joining the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano she worked at EURAC Research (Bolzano), with investigations on Italian and German legal language within the framework of text linguistics, cognitive metaphor theory, and foreign language teaching; she was later active at NYU and Columbia University (New York) as Italian istructor.
Her current main interest lies in the study of social interaction from the perspective of conversation analysis, particularly in primary/tertiary education and musical settings, and with a focus on multimodality. Her work on talk-in-interaction includes investigations on multilingual communication, language biographies, radio interviews, and non-professional language mediation.
54105B · L-LIN/01 · LM-39 Applied Linguistics · EN
11405B · L-FIL-LET/12 · LM-85 bis Education Italian section · IT
Languages and multilingualism in South Tyrol;
classroom interaction (face-to-face and online); multilingual communication; language biographies; linguistic landscapes; interaction in music settings.