Alojados no website do CLUL

(1) Brissos, F. (2014) "New insights into Portuguese central-southern dialects: understanding their present and past forms through acoustic data from stressed vowels". In Journal of Portuguese Linguistics 13 (1): 63-115. [pdf]

(3) Comparin, L. & S. Mendes (2017) “Error detection and error correction for improving quality in machine translation and human post-editing”. In 20th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics – CICLing 2017, Budapest. Reprinted in International Journal of Computer Applications (forthcoming). [pdf]

(4) Falé, I., A. Costa & P. Luegi (2016) “Reading aloud: eye movements and prosody”. In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 8, Boston, pp 826-830. DOI: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2016-169. [pdf]

(5) Filipe, M., S. Frota, S. L. Castro & S. Vicente (2014) "Atypical Prosody in Asperger Syndrome: Perceptual and Acoustic Measurements". In Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 44 (8): 1972-81. DOI: 10.1007/s10803-014-2073-2. [pdf]

(6) Frota, S., J. Butler, S. Correia, C. Severino, S. Vicente & M. Vigário (2016) "Infant communicative development assessed with the European Portuguese MacArthur-Bates Communicative Development Inventories Short forms". In First Language 36 (5): 525-454. DOI: 10.1177/0142723716648867. [pdf]

(7) Hagemeijer, T. (2015) "The Gulf of Guinea creoles: A case-study of syntactic reconstruction". In Carlotta Viti (ed.) Perspectives on historical syntax. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 291-316. [pdf]

(10) Martins, A. M., & J. Nunes (2017) "Identity Avoidance with Reflexive Clitics in European Portuguese and Minimalist Approaches to Control". In Linguistic Inquiry 48 (4): 627-649. [pdf]

(11) Mendes, A., I. Hendrickx, L. Ávila, P. Quaresma, T. Gonçalves & J. Sequeira (2016) "Modality Annotation for Portuguese: from manual annotation to automatic labeling". In LiLT - Linguistic Issues in Language Technology 14 (2016): 1-38, Special volume on Modality: Modes of Modality in NLP. ISSN: 1945-3604. [pdf]

(13) Pereira, E. (2017) "Multiple authorship and intermedia revision: an editorial approach to Pedro Homem de Mello’s poems adapted to fado". In Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the Association for Documentary Editing 38: 1-39, [pdf]

(15) Santos, A. L., A. Gonçalves, & N. Hyams (2016) "Aspects of the acquisition of object control and ECM-type verbs in European Portuguese". In Language Acquisition, 23 (3): 199-233. DOI: 10.1080/10489223.2015.1067320. [pdf]


Alojados no servidor ALFCLUL

(2) Cardoso, A. (2017) Portuguese Relative Clauses in Synchrony and Diachrony. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

(8) Lyons, M., & R. Marquilhas (eds.) (2017) Approaches to the History of Written Culture. A World Inscribed. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

(9) Martins, A. M., & Carrilho, E. (eds.) (2016) Manual de Linguística Portuguesa. Berlin: De Gruyter.

(12) Moniz, H., F. Batista, A. I. Mata & I. Trancoso (2014) "Speaking style effects in the production of disfluencies". In Journal of Speech Communication 65: 20-35,

(14) Raposo, E. B. P., M. F. Bacelar do Nascimento, M. A. Coelho da Mota, L. Segura & A. Mendes (eds.) (2013) Gramática do Português. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.


The Heritage Language Consortium is organizing the Symposium heritage language learning and education: cross-disciplinary perspectives, that will take place on December 18th, at Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa (Room 5.2.), in Lisbon.

This symposium is the inaugural event of the Heritage Language Consortium, a new strategic partnership between Lancaster University, the University of Lisbon, the University of Minho, NOVA University Lisbon, the University of Porto, Tübingen University, and Camões: Instituto da Cooperação e da Língua, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

For more information, please visit the symposium website here.


The Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa organizes the IV Congresso Internacional de Linguística Histórica. Homenagem a Ivo Castro, that will take place in Lisbon, at Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, between 17th and 21th of July, 2017.

For more information, please visit the congress website here.


Bringing together research and practice: Language teaching, language learning and teacher training in Portuguese and Spanish

International conference, Lisbon (Portugal), Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, Anfiteatro III, November 2-3, 2017


Thursday, November 2

9h – On-site registration

9h50 – Welcome



Anne O'Keeffe (Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Ireland)

Corpora of Spoken Language: what can they tell us about language learning


11h – Coffee Break



11h30 – Ana Isabel Mata (FLUL/ CLUL, Universidade de Lisboa) & José María Santos Rovira (FLUL,

              Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)

Oracy in teacher education: perspectives from L1 and L2

12h – M. Rafael Salaberry, Hélade Scutti-Santos & Jonathan Fleck (Rice University, USA)

Corpora-in-Action: Pedagogical Mediation of Corpus Data for Guided Induction in Portuguese for Spanish Speakers

12h30 – Eliška Zaepernicková (Institute of Phonetics, Faculty of Arts, Prague, Czech Republic) & Barbora

              Kraftová (Centro de Língua Portuguesa, Instituto Camões, Prague)

Portuguese Pronunciation Challenges for L1 Czech Speakers: Is There a Relation Between Learning and Teaching?


13h – Lunch Break




Moderator: João Dionísio (FLUL/ CLUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)


Acir Mário Karwoski & Beatriz Gaydeczka (Federal University of Triangulo Mineiro- UFTM,Brazil)

Antonio Chenoll Mora (FCH, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal)

Ruth Navas (Teacher Librarian at Paço de Arcos Schools, Portugal (integrated in The Portuguese School Library

                      Network Programme)


16h – Coffee Break



16h30 – José Carlos Paes Almeida Filho (University of Brasilia – UNB, Brazil)

A language teacher development model representation

17h – Vanessa Köbke López (CLUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)

Inflected infinitives in European Portuguese: some reflections on the connection between L2 error annotation and L1 phenomena

17h30 – José Pascoal (FLUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)

The language of schooling and the CEFR levels: the language needed to be successful at the ages of 12/13 and 15/16 in Mathematics and History


18h – Porto de honra/ wine reception


Friday, November 3


Raquel Pinilla Gómez (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain)

Reflections on Research and Practice in the University teaching of Spanish as a first language


11h – Coffee Break



11h30 – Evelia Romano (Direction of Languages in Education, Ministry of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Developing L2 Oracy in a Two-way Spanish-Chinese Bilingual Elementary School: theories guiding practice, practice generating theories

12h – Antonio Chenoll Mora (FCH, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisboa, Portugal) & Filomena Capucho

           (Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Viseu, Portugal)

Intercomprehension skills in Portuguese learners of Spanish

12h30 – Carla Suhr (University of California, Los Angeles – UCLA, USA)

Mastering Spanish through Service Learning


13h – Lunch Break



14h30 – Rosangela da Silveira Gileno & Nildicéia Aparecida Rocha (FCLAr - Sao Paulo State University,


The Intercultural Approach in Teaching Portuguese as a Foreign Language for Spanish Speakers

15h – Lenilza Teodoro dos Santos Mendes (Santa Cruz State University, Brazil/ sponsored by FAPESB), Maria

          Luisa Ortiz Alvarez (University of Brasilia - UNB/ UFBA, Brazil) & Domingos Sávio Pimentel Siqueira

          (UFBA, Salvador, Brazil)

Intercultural perspective in teaching-learning Portuguese as a mother tongue in the Brazilian context

15h30 – Marília Carvalho Batista (FLUL, Universidade de Lisboa) & Ana Isabel Mata (FLUL/ CLUL,

              Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)

Linguistic variation and oral language development in Brazilian L1 classrooms: An exploratory study


16h – Coffee Break



José Pascoal (FLUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)

The CEFR and the assessment of Speaking in Spanish and Portuguese

Maria José Pereira (FLUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)

Specialized lexicon for the development of written production

Mário Alves, Ana Isabel Mata & Cristina Duarte (FLUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)

Oracy as a strategy for writing skills

Sandra Simões (FLUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)

The Art of Oral Expression: drama contribution in the improvement of oral skills in students of Spanish as a foreign language.

Teresa Salgueiro (FLUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)

Speaking through Painting. Textual coherence: the use of connectors in oral narratives planned from the pictorial art of Joaquín Sorolla.


17h30 – Closing


20h – Dinner (with fado) - optional