She studied English, German and Linguistics at the University of Salerno (Italy) as an undergraduate, English Language and Linguistics at a graduate level at the University of Essex. She has worked as Course Assistant and Invigilator at the University of Salerno, and has presented a paper (2017), Social Class in Phonological Variation: the Case of /t/Glottalisation in Cockney, to Languaging Diversity 4th International Conference, University of Cagliari, 28-30 September. She is also member of the I-Land (Identity, Language and Diversity) Research Centre, Naples (Italy), and member of the International Society for the Linguistics of English, London. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in Sociolinguistics at the University of Essex, and is teaching Language in Society as a GTA.
BA, Language and Linguistics,
University of Salerno (Italy),
MA, English Language and Linguistics.
University of Essex,