CLUNL - Linguistics Research Centre of NOVA University Lisbon

The Linguistics Research Centre of NOVA University Lisbon (CLUNL) is a research unit that aims at promoting research in theoretical and applied Linguistics, to develop the advanced training of researchers and the promotion of the dissemination of scientific data on those domains concerned with the nature and structure of languages and texts.

The work developed at CLUNL since its creation, in 2000, has made a relevant and distinctive contribution to the study of Linguistics in Portugal, in areas such as language acquisition (native language and non-native language), discourse analysis, lexicology and lexicography, text theory and terminology, while developing research in domains such as lexicon and vocabulary (general and specialized), historical linguistics, morphology, syntax, and semantics.

This research unit is financed by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), having obtained the qualification of Very Good in the latest evaluation exercise carried out by this governmental institution.

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LSP 2022 - Book of Abstracts

The Book of Abstracts of the 23rd International Conference on Languages for Specific Purposes (LSP2022) is now available!

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New project approved for funding

The project "ProPerL2 – Production and Perception in L2 speech learning", submitted to the Call for IC&DT Projects in all scientific domains – 2022, was approved for funding.

Coordinated by Susana Correia, this project aims to explore the impact of auditory perception and production training in L2 speech learning in an understudied language constellation, L1 English and L2 Portuguese.

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CLUNL at GALA 15

On September 22-24, the international conference "Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition" (GALA 15) took place in Frankfurt Maria Lobo, (...)

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MDTT 2023 – call for papers

The NOVA University Lisbon, via CLUNL, and the Università degli Studi di Padova, are organizing the 2nd International Conference "Multilingual (...)

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Oral presentation: “Interlinking lexicographic data in the MORDigital project”

Anas Fahad Khan, Ana Salgado, Rute Costa, Sara Carvalho, Laurent Romary, Bruno Almeida, Mohamed Khemakhem, Raquel Silva and Toma Tasovac participate (...)

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