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Nicoletta Di Blas

Nicoletta Di Blas graduated in Classics by the Catholic University of Milan and obtained a PhD in Linguistic Sciences by the same university (thesis: "The deictic function of the definite article"). She currently teaches as a reasearch assistant Sociology of Communication by the Politecnico of Milan (campus of Como) and collaborates with the Philosophy of Language chair by the Catholic University of Milan. Her research interests focus on linguistic themes (the deictic reference in natural languages) and on the relation between rhethoric and new technologies, in particular as regards cultural heritage applications.

Nicoletta will co-teach Evaluating Quality and Usability of Museum Web Sites.

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