Language and Literature

Phone number: (53) 3921-1391
e-mail: especletrasufpel@gmail.com
Website:
Address:
Universidade Federal de Pelotas – Campus Porto

Prédio do Centro de Letras e Comunicação/CLC – andar térreo, sala 107

Rua Gomes Carneiro, 1 – Centro

CEP 96010-610 – Pelotas, RS

Presentation

Introduction

The Non-Degree Graduate Program in Languages aims to deepen and update skills, teaching methods and techniques in the areas of Brazilian Portuguese, Foreign Languages, Literature and Linguistics, taking into account the prospects of continuing education and training for the development of academic activities.

Target Audience

Teachers of Brazilian Portuguese, Foreign Languages and Literature, graduates and senior students in Languages or related areas.

Duration:

Academic activities are carried out during a period of three semesters.

Credit hours:

In order to achieve successful completion of the Program, students are required to earn 

24 credits amounting to a total of 408 credit hours.

Completion of the program:

In addition to earning the compulsory credits, students must also submit a paper, which might be a thesis, an essay, an article or a course design, developed under the supervision of a professor.

Area of Concentration

– Applied Linguistics
– Comparative Literature

Lines of Research

Applied Linguistics:

Linguistic phenomena description and analysis

Language learning and teaching 

Comparative Literature:

Studies on Intertextuality 

Word and Image; 

Memory, Identity and Ideology; 

Literary Systems and Cultural Exchange.

Study Plan

– Linguistics

– Teaching Methodology

– Methodology for the Teaching of Reading and Literature

– Sociolinguistics in Education

– Grammar Topics

– Language Contact

– Introduction to Translation Studies

– Literature/Politics/History

– Comparative Literature: issues and methodologies

– Theory of the Short Story

– Comparative Studies on Lusophone Literatures

Faculty

The Program’s faculty is comprised of the professors who work at the Federal

University of Pelotas’ Center for Languages and Communication: 

German

Daniele Gallindo Gonçalves

Gabriel Sanches Teixeira

Helano Jader Cavalcante Ribeiro

Maria Nilse Schneider

  

Spanish

 Aline Coelho da Silva

Ana Lourdes da Rosa Nieves Brochi Fernandez

Ana Lúcia Pederzolli Cavalheiro

Elton Luiz Vergara Nunes

João Luis Rocha Paixão Côrtes

Uruguay Cortazzo González

 

French Language

 Ana Maria da Silva Cavalheiro

Isabella Ferreira Mozzillo 

Maristela Gonçalves Sousa Machado 

Mariza Pereira Zanini 

 

English

 Alessandra Baldo 

Eduardo Marks de Marques 

Flávia Medianeira de Oliveira

Janie Cristine do Amaral Gonçalves

José Carlos Marques Volcato

Letícia Stander Farias 

Rafael Vetromille de Castro

Renata Kabke Pinheiro

Sílvia Costa Kurtz dos Santos

 

LIBRAS – Brazilian Sign Language

 Ângela Nediane dos Santos

Claudia de Arruda Sarturi

Fabiano Souto Rosa 

Ivana Gomes da Silva

Tatiana Bolivar Lebedeff

Literatures in Portuguese

 Alfeu Sparemberger

Andrea Czarnobay Perrot

Aulus Mandagará Martins

Cláudia Lorena Vouto da Fonseca

Imgart Grützmann

João Luís Pereira Ourique

João Manuel dos Santos Cunha

 

Translation Studies

 Juliana Steil Tenfen

Beatriz Viégas Faria

Marisa Helena Degasperi

Roberta Rego Rodrigues

 

Latin

André Luís Antonelli

Cíntia da Costa Alcântara

Maria José Blaskovski Vieira

Paula Branco de Araújo Brauner

Paula Fernanda Eick Cardoso

Paulo Ricardo Silveira Borges

Rejane Flor Machado

 

Linguistics and Teaching

 Ana Paula Nobre da Cunha

Cleide Inês Wittke

Giovana Ferreira Gonçalves

Karina Giacomelli

Letícia Fonseca Richtofen de Freitas

Luís Isaías Centeno do Amaral

Marcia Dresch

Miriam Rose Brum de Paula

Nóris Eunice Wiener Pureza Duarte

Tais Bopp da Silva

Sandra Maria Leal Alves

Dean:

Professor Karina Giacomelli

Number of credits required

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