Michele Mannoni

Michele Mannoni,  January 31, 2019
Position
Temporary Assistant Professor
Role
Scholar in Chinese Legal Language within the Project of Excellence of the Dep. of Foreign Languages and Literature
Academic sector
L-OR/21 - CHINESE AND SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Office
Palazzo di Lingue,  Floor Terzo,  Room 3.03
Telephone
+39 045802 8597
E-mail
michele|mannoni*univr|it <== Replace | with . and * with @ to have the right email address.
Personal web page
https://twitter.com/MicheleMannoni

Office Hours

Wednesday, Hours 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM,   Palazzo di Lingue, Floor Terzo, room 3.03
My office hours are Wed. 10:00am-11:20am during the lecture period. If you wish to avoid unpleasant waiting times, you may want to consider sending me an email before. During the semester break, consultations are by appointment only.

Curriculum

Michele Mannoni (滿鉑淵) is a scholar of Chinese Legal Language at the University of Verona where he carries out a three-year research in Chinese legal language and corpus-linguistics within the Project of Excellence of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature. His main research interests include legal linguistics, legal translation, and legal semiotics. His recent publications include a co-authored paper with Deborah Cao (Griffith University, Australia) “Are There ‘Illegal Rights’ in Chinese Law? On the Meanings of Feifa Quanyi” published in the Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, Oxford University press. He attends international conferences and has carried out research in various internationally-established institutions, including the Academia Sinica of Taipei, Taiwan (中央研究院). He was a part-time certified legal translator himself until December 2018. His memberships include the European China Law Studies Association (ECLS, 欧洲中国法研究协会) and the Italian Association of Chinese Linguistics (AILC, 意大利漢語語言學學會).

Academic achievements
  • 2019-2022: Research Assistant in Chinese Legal Language at the University of Verona
  • 2018: Visiting Scholar at the Institute of History and Philology of Academia Sinica of Taipei, Taiwan
  • 2018: National Habilitation to practice as an Associate Professor of Chinese Studies (ASN, L-OR/21, 10/N3)
  • 2015-2018: Research Assistant in Chinese Legal Language at the University of Perugia under the co-supervision of Prof. Deborah Cao (Griffith University, Australia)
  • 2015: Ph.D. in Asian and North African Studies, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
  • 2011: M.A. in Interpreting and Translation for Special Purposes, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
  • 2008: B.A. in Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Firenze

Modules

Modules running in the period selected: 4.
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Skills
Topic Description Research area
Chinese Corpus Linguistics Language studies by means of corpus linguistics. Chinese language - Chinese literature
Chinese Language
Chinese Legal Linguistics Forensic Linguistics. Chinese language - Chinese literature
Chinese Language
Chinese Translation Studies Translation Studies in different areas of the Chinese language, including legal language Chinese language - Chinese literature
Chinese Language
Projects
Title Starting date
Progetto di eccellenza: Le Digital Humanities applicate alle lingue e letterature straniere 1/1/18