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Name: Sabina  Perrino
Institution: University of Michigan
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: MI
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Linguistic Theories
Anthropological Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Specialty: Italian Language and Culture; linguistic anthropology; Veneto dialect; code-switching; writtenand oral narrative
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: EDITED VOLUMES
De Fina, Anna & Perrino, Sabina 2011. Narratives in Interviews, Interviews in Narrative Studies, Special Issue, Language in Society.

Lempert, Michael, & Perrino, Sabina 2007. Temporalities in Text. Special Issue, Language and Communication.


Perrino, Sabina (Under review). Title: Dialect Revitalization in the Lega’s North: The Case of Veneto in Northern Italy. Language and Communication.

Perrino, Sabina. (Forthcoming). Narrating Migrants: Language and Identity in Veneto. In Proceedings of “From the Unity of Italians to the Unity of Italics: The Languages of Italicity around the World.” University of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia.

Perrino, Sabina. 2011. Biomédecine Globale dans les Rencontres Ethnomédicales Sénégalaises. In Communication et Société Wolof: Héritage et Création, edited by C. Meyer, A. Diagne and S. Kesseler. Paris: L'Harmattan.

Perrino, Sabina 2011. Chronotopes of Story and Storytelling Event in Interviews. Language in Society.
De Fina, Anna & Perrino, Sabina 2011. Introduction: Narratives in Interviews, Interviews in Narrative Studies, Special Issue, Language in Society.

Lempert, Michael, & Perrino, Sabina 2007. Introduction: Text-Time: Entextualization and the Ends of Temporality. Language and Communication, 27(3), 205-211.

Perrino Sabina. 2007. Cross-Chronotope Alignment in Senegalese Oral Narrative. Language & Communication 27 (3):227-244.

Perrino Sabina 2007. Unintelligibility as Discourse Accessibility in a Senegalese Ethnomedical Encounter. Text & Talk 27 (4):463-482.

Perrino, Sabina M. 2006. Senegalese Ethnomedicine: A Linguistic and Ethnographic Study of Medical Modernities between Senegal and Italy. Ph.D. Dissertation, Anthropology, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

Perrino Sabina. 2005. Participant Transposition in Senegalese Oral Narrative. Narrative Inquiry 15 (2):345-375.

Perrino Sabina. 2003. Wolof Greeting Rituals and Second Language Acquisition. JALTA 4 (1):19-42.

Perrino Sabina. 2002. Intimate Hierarchies and Qur'anic Saliva (Tëfli): Textuality in a Senegalese Ethnomedical Encounter. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 12 (2):225-259.

Perrino Sabina. 1995. Calvino, Yourcenar, Wilde: Analisi Linguistico-Contrastiva di Tre Racconti con Relative Traduzioni. Traduzione, Società e Cultura 6:127-165.

Perrino, Sabina (In Press). Book Review: “Living Memory : The Social Aesthetics of Language in a Northern Italian Town” by Cavanaugh, Jillian R. 2009. The Australian Journal of Anthropology.

Perrino, Sabina. 2007. Book Review: 'Berber Culture on the World Stage: From Village to Video' by Jane E. Goodman. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 17 (1):144-146.

Perrino Sabina. 2007. Book Review: 'Intercultural Discourse and Communication: The Essential Readings' by Scott F. Kiesling and Christina Bratt Paulston. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 17 (2):307-309.
Perrino, Sabina, and Richard R. Haavisto. 1999. Book Review: 'Moments of Freedom' by Johannes Fabian. African Studies Newsletter 6 (2):3, 8.
Courses Taught: - Language and Culture
- Intercultural Communication
- All levels of Italian
- Narrating the Self in Contemporary Italy
- Practcal Italian
Academic Paper Abstract: Introduction: Interviews vs.'natural' contexts: A false dilemma
Chronotopes of story and storytelling event in interviews

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