Bruno Rêgo Deusdará Rodrigues

Senior Lecturer in Linguistics (Institute of Portuguese/UERJ). He currently works at the Postgraduate Program in Portuguese (concentration area: linguistics) at ILE/UERJ and at the Postgraduate Program in Portuguese and Linguistics (PPLIN) at FFP/UERJ. He has earned a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the state University of Rio de Janeiro (2011), has a Licence Degree in Portuguese from the same university, a Master’s in Portuguese (concentration area: linguistics) from UERJ (2006). He was a member of the Board of Directors of UERJ’s Faculty Association from 2011 to 2013, and 2013 to 2015. He has taught Portuguese language at Rio de Janeiro’s state public education sector, has taught Portuguese and Brazilian Literature at CEFET-RJ, and has worked as a Lecturer of Portuguese Language and Brazilian Literature at UERJ’s   Instituto de Aplicação. Research interests: discourse analysis, enunciative studies, intervention research, the interface between language and work, the production of subjectivity, intersemiotic practices and teaching language.

Project carried out at PPGMC: A Cartography of the ways of thinking and saying coridality and hatred: discourse and the production of subjectivity in information media and advertising.
Supervisor: Prof Dr Guilherme Nery
Research strand: Languages, representations and the production of meanings
Period: 10/2016 to 01/2018
Final research report: 31/01/2018
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