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Urbano Cavalcante da Silva Filho

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas (FFLCH)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

PhD in Philology and Portuguese Language from USP (2017)Visiting Professor at the PPG in Philology and Portuguese Language at USP (2022.2)Post-Doctorate in Dialogical Discourse Analysis (USP, 2020)Post-Doctorate in Comparative Discourse Analysis (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris III, 2022)Post-Doctorate in Digital Discourse Analysis (USP, ongoing)Master in Languages and Representations (UESC, 2011)Master in Culture and Tourism (UESC, 2008)Specialist in Reading and Textual Production (UESC, 2006)Graduated in Literature (UESC, 2004)Professor of Portuguese Language and Researcher at IFBA - Campus Ilhéus (since 2009)Master's and Doctoral advisor of the PPGL Linguagens e Representações and the Professional Master's in Literature (PROFLETRAS) of UESC.Leader of the LINDES Research Group: Languages, Discourse and Society (CNPq/IFBA)Researcher at Diálogo and GEDUSP (CNPq/USP) (since 2012).He has been working as a teacher of Portuguese (mother tongue) for 26 years. He has worked at all levels of education: basic education (primary, secondary, proeja and pre-vestibular) and higher education (undergraduate and postgraduate, in attendance and distance learning modalities - EaD). Research topics: theories of language and discourse, especially dialogic analysis, and comparative discourse analysis, scientific dissemination, methodology of Portuguese language teaching, reading and writing, teacher training. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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