Short CV/Education and training

  • 1977 – 1980
    Studied Law at the Portuguese Catholic University, Lisbon

  • 1980 – 1984
    Studied Modern Languages and Literatures (Portuguese and French) at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon (FLUL)

  • 1984
    BA degree in Modern Languages and Literatures, FLUL

  • 1986 – 1997
    Teaching Assistent ('Assistente') at the General and Romance Linguistics Department, FLUL (courses on Portuguese Language History, Historical Linguistics, and Book History)

  • 1988
    MA degree in Historical Linguistics, FLUL

  • 1997
    PhD degree in Portuguese Linguistics, University of Lisbon

  • 1997 – 2006
    Assistant Professor ('Professora Auxiliar') at the General and Romance Linguistics Department, FLUL (courses on Portuguese Language History, Historical Linguistics, Introduction to Linguistics, and Writing Production)

  • 2006 – 2007
    Scientific Coordinator of the Centre of Linguistics of the University of Lisbon Scientific Coordinator of the Centre of Linguistics of the University of Lisbon

  • Since 2006
    Full Professor ('Professora Associada') at the General and Romance Linguistics Department, FLUL (courses on Writing Production, Sociology of Communication, Textual Criticism, and Multilingualism and Language Policy)

  • 2007 – 2010
    Principal Investigator of the research project CARDS, Unknown Letters, founded by FCT, the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology

  • 2010 – 2012
    Principal Investigator of the research project FLY, Forgotten Letters Years 1900-1974, founded by FCT, the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology

  • Since 2012
    Principal Investigator of the research project P.S. – Post Scriptum, A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings in Early Modern Portugal and Spain, founded by ERC, the European Research Council (Advanced Grant)

Selected publications

  • R. Marquilhas: "Eu ainda sou vivo'. Sobre a edição e análise linguística de cartas de gente vulgar", Estudos de Linguística Galega. 1:47-65, 2009.

  • R. Marquilhas: "On the study of everyday writings", Variants: The Journal of the European Society for Textual Scholarship. 6:263-276, 2007.

  • R. Marquilhas, C. Albino: "Escribir cartas aterradoras en el Palacio Do Limoeiro. Portugal, 1822.1825", Prieto Barnabé, J. M. (ed.), Hispania, LXV/3, Madrid, CSIC: 991-1019, 2005.

  • R. Marquilhas: A Faculdade das Letras. Leitura e Escrita em Portugal no Século XVII. Lisboa, Imprensa Nacional-Casa da Moeda pp. 363, 2000. (Also published in Brazil in 2003)

  • R. Marquilhas: «A mudança linguística», Faria, I. H. et al. (eds.), Introdução à Linguística Geral e Portuguesa. Lisbon, Caminho, pp. 563-588, 1996.



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • PI of the project Post Scriptum: A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Portugal and Spain). ERC Advanced Grant 2011 (2012-2017)

  • PI of the FLY, Forgotten Letters Years 1900-1974 program, FCT-PTDC/CLE-LIN/098393/2008, dedicated to the study and online edition of Portuguese private letters written between 1900 and 1974 in the contexts of war, migration, imprisonment and exile. (2010-2012).

  • PI of the CARDS, Unknown Letters program, FCT/PTDC/LIN/64472/2006, dedicated to the study and online edition of Portuguese private letters written between 1500 and 1900 (2007-2010)

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