Research





As part of my PhD project at York, I am exploring the sequential, prosodic and embodied design of (dis)association in interaction, employing the methodology and perspective of Conversation Analysis and Interactional Linguistics.


I am currently a member of the Centre for Advanced Studies on Language and Communication (CASLC).

In Argentina, I have done independent and team research on prosody-discourse interfaces in English, and on the teaching of prosodic configurations of different speech genres from the perspectives of Systemic Functional Linguistics and Discourse Intonation. I have collaborated briefly with a research team on grammar and interaction in Riverplate Spanish.

Past research activities