Sara Szoc

Sara Szoc (°1984) completed her PhD at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) on the first Italian grammars in the Low Countries (1555-1710). Specific interests include the development of the parts of speech system and grammatical terminology in Early Modern Italian and Western European grammars. Currently, she is also researching and developing Natural Language Processing tools in the domain of computational linguistics.

Selective bibliography

  • Szoc, Sara. 2013. “Le prime grammatiche d’italiano nei Paesi-Bassi (1555-1710). Struttura, argomentazione e terminologia della descrizione grammatical.” KU Leuven, PhD thesis.
  • Szoc, Sara, and Pierre Swiggers. 2013. “Au carrefour de la (méta)lexicographie, de la terminographie, de la grammaticographie et de la linguistique contrastive. La terminologie grammaticale dans les grammaires de l'italien aux Pays-Bas”. In Actas del XXVI Congreso Internacional de Lingüística y de Filología Románicas (Valencia 2010), edited by Emili Casanova Herrero and Cesareo Calvo Rigual, vol. VII, 653-666. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Szoc, Sara, and Dieter Vermandere. 2014. ““Imparare a parlare “parlato”. I modelli del “dialogo” in alcune grammatiche per Seicento”. In “…noto a chi cresciuto tra noi…” Da una riva all’altra. Studi di lingua e letteratura italiana per Serge Vanvolsem, edited by Franco Musarra, Bart Van den Bossche, and Marie-France Renard, 77-87. Firenze: Franco Cesati.


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