Larissa D’Angelo is a research fellow at the Department of Comparative Language, Literature and Culture of the University of Bergamo and Professor of English at the Faculty of Educational Studies and at the Faculty of Engineering. She is involved in examination boards, in collaboration with the University Language Centre and is an active member of the Research Centre on Languages for Specific Purposes (CERLIS), of the University of Bergamo. After graduating in Foreign Languages and Literatures, she specialized in English Language in the USA (Youngstown State University), obtaining an MA, a TESOL Certificate and a Certificate in Children’s and Young Adult Literature. Her main research interests deal with synchronic/diachronic analyses of gender and cultural identity variation in academic discourse as well as multimedia genres employed in academic discourse. She is a member of AIA (Associazione Italiana di Anglistica) and since 2006 she has been involved in national inter-academic Research Projects on academic language and discourse funded by the Italian Ministry of Education and coordinated by Prof. Maurizio Gotti.

A full list of her publications is available here.

See the other members of the University of Bergamo Research Unit.