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Diana Mazzarella

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Professeure assistante

Sciences de l'information et de la communication

Bureau 202

Pierre-à-Mazel 7
CH-2000 Neuchâtel

Téléphone : +41 32 718 16 78
Courriel: diana.mazzarella@unine.ch

Réception des étudiant-e-s : sur rendez-vous

 

Intérêts de recherche

  • Pragmatique expérimentale
  • Pragmatique et cognition : vigilance épistémique, argumentation et engagement du locuteur, manipulation
  • Communication implicite et langage figuré
  • Politesse et face-management

 

Enseignements

BA Lettre et sciences humaines (pilier Sciences de l’information et de la communication)

  • Lectures dirigées
  • Pragmatique et cognition
  • Méthodes expérimentales en sciences de l’information et de la communication (Prix Projets Pédagogiques Innovants 2018/2019, Unine)

MA en Sciences cognitives

MA en Sciences du langage et de la communication

  • Communication and deception

 

Formation

2017-2018       Post-doctorat (Leibniz-DAAD Research Fellowship), Leibniz-ZAS, Berlin.

2015-2017       Post-doctorat (Fondation Fyssen), Institut des sciences cognitives Marc Jeannerod, Lyon.

2011-2015       Thèse de Doctorat en linguistique, University College London.

2009-2011       Laurea Specialistica in Scienze Filosofiche, Università degli Studi di Milano.

2006-2009       Laurea Triennale in Filosofia, Università degli Studi di Milano.

 

Publications

             Mazzarella, D. & Domaneschi, F. (2018). Presuppositional effects and ostensive-inferential communication. Journal of Pragmatics, 138, 17-29.

Mazzarella, D., Reinecke, R., Noveck, I., & Mercier, H. (2018). Saying, implicating and presupposing: How pragmatics modulates commitment. Journal of Pragmatics, 133, 15-27.

Mazzarella, D., Trouche, E., Mercier, H. & Noveck, I. (2018). Believing what you’re told: Politeness and scalar inferences. Frontiers in Psychology, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00908

Mazzarella, D. (2017). Review of Imagination and Convention by E. Lepore and M. Stone, Analysis, 77(2), 449-457.

Mazzarella, D. (2016). Pragmatics, modularity and epistemic vigilance. Argumenta 1(2), 181-193.

Mazzarella, D. (2015). Pragmatics and epistemic vigilance: The development and functioning of sophisticated interpretative strategies. Croatian Journal of Philosophy 2015, 15(44), 183-199.

Mazzarella, D. (2015). Politeness, relevance and scalar inferences. Journal of Pragmatics, 79, 93-106.

Mazzarella, D. (2014). Is inference necessary to pragmatics? Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 28, 71-95.

Dulcinati, G., Mazzarella, D., Rodd, J., Pouscoulous, N. (2014). Processing metaphor: The role of conventionality, familiarity and dominance. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics, 26, 72-88.

Mazzarella, D. (2013) ‘Optimal relevance’ as a pragmatic criterion: the role of epistemic vigilance, UCL Working Papers in Linguistics, 25, 20-45.

Mazzarella, D. (2013). Associative and inferential approaches to pragmatics: The state of the art of experimental investigation, Methode – Analytic Perspectives, 2(2), 172-194. (Special issue on New Perspectives for the Philosophy of Cognitive Science)

Mazzarella, D. (2011). Accessibility and Relevance: a fork in the road, UCL Working Papers in Linguistics, 23, 11-20.

 

 

 


 

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