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The project aim to train a young researcher to integrate his/her competences on formal and applied linguistics into teaching methods and into publishing for linguistic education. The comparative approach to the teaching of Latin will involve Italian and English.
The applicant must have a doctorate in formal linguistics and advanced competences in Latin and Italian syntax, as well as a working knowledge of English.
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