Chiara Fedriani (principal investigator, University of Genoa)
Chiara Fedriani is Associate Professor in Linguistics at the University of Genoa. Her research interests are in the area of Latin linguistics, where she is primarily focused on syntax, pragmatics, and semantics. Within the latter lever of analysis, she is interested in applications of Cognitive linguistics, Embodiment theory, Experientiality, and Conceptual Metaphor Theory to the Latin language.
Irene De Felice (post-doc researcher, University of Genoa)
Irene De Felice is a post-doctoral fellow in Linguistics at the University of Genoa. Her research interests are in the area of Latin Linguistics (especially in the fields of syntax and semantics), Digital Humanities and Cognitive Linguistics.
William Micheal Short (University of Exeter, UK), international research partner
Roberta G. Leotta (University of Edinburgh), visiting PhD student (October 2020/September 2021)
Guillermo Salas Jiménez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), visiting PhD student (September 2021/December 2021)