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Monday, August 13, 2012
Simone Belli: Visiting Resident MALAS Post-Doc @ SDSU | The Master of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences at San Diego State University
Dr. Simone Belli, of Spain by way of Italy. Dr. Belli will be lecturing on his diverse body of research in the first MALAS 601 seminar this Fall 2012, Wednesday, August 29, 2012 (3:30pm-6:10pm in LSN-134). Here's more information concerning the work of Dr. Belli:
Simone Belli (Bergamo-Italia, 1981) is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Universidad Autónoma University de Madrid. He received his Ph.D. (Doctor Europeus) in Social Psychology from Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona with the thesis 'Emotions and Language', directed by Lupicinio Íñiguez Rueda. He is member of MIRCo Research Group (Multilingualism, Social
Identities, Intercultural Relations and Communication), GESCIT Research Group (Social Studies in Science and Technology), JovenTIC Research Group, and of the Centre of Discourse Studies (CED). Sponsored by the Spanish Department of Education and Science, he worked as a predoctoral fellow at Georgetown University at Washington, DC, The University of Manchester, and at Manchester Metropolitan University. He has also served as a visiting Professor at the University of Bergamo in Italy. His research is focused on the relationship of emotions with language, and how it is possible to express these emotions through the use of Information Technology and Communication (ICT).