Paolo Roseano is a linguist working at the University of Barcelona and at the University of South Africa. His research interests include phonology and morphology of Romance languages, forensic phonetics, and sociolinguistics.
He obtained a PhD in Sociology at the University of Trieste in 2004 and a PhD in Linguistics at the University of Barcelona in 2012.
He has been working at the Phonetics Laboratory of the University of Barcelona since 2007 and he has been a member of the Group of Prosodic Studies at the Pompeu Fabra University since 2009. He is also a research fellow at the University of South Africa (Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages).
He is non-tenured professor at the Faculty of Philology of the University of Barcelona, where he has taught several subjects (Introduction to Italian, Sociolinguistics of Spanish, Historical linguistics of Spanish, Syntax of Spanish, and Spanish Normative Grammar). He also teaches Spanish at CIEE and phonetics in the MA in Learning Difficulties and Language Disorders (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya)
Untill recently, he has taught acoustic phonetics in the MA in Phonetics at the CISC (Madrid). Previsously he was professor of Sociology of Ethnic Relations at the University of Trieste and worked as a researcher at the International Sociology Institute of Gorizia.
Updated: December 2017