Mariana Chinellato

Mariana Chinellato holds a degree in Communication (2002), post-graduation in University Teaching (2003) and a degree in Portuguese and English (2009), all by the Catholic University of Santos in Brazil. Part of her Bachelor’s degree in Portuguese and English was taken at the University of Coimbra (2007-2008). She has professional experience in the area of ​​applied linguistics and foreign language teaching, Portuguese as a second language and pedagogical supervision. Academic professional experience in the areas of ​​English and American Literature, Portuguese and Brazilian Literature, Theory of Literature, Poetry and Theater, and Academic Writing. She holds a Master in Architecture and Urbanism from the Institute of Architecture and Urbanism of USP-São Carlos, with the project City and Literary Form: Urban representations in contemporary Brazilian literature. Currently, she is a PhD student in the Doctoral Program in Materialities of Literature and her research is focused on ​​Generative Literature and Automatic Text Generation Systems. Her ongoing PhD thesis is titled Linguagem e Criatividade em Sistemas de Geração Automática de Narrativas [Language and Creativity in Systems for Automatic Generation of Narratives].