Associate professor

building: Via Ostiense 234
room: 3.09

Chiara Romagnoli received her Ph.D. from Sapienza University of Rome in 2007 and is Associate Professor of Chinese language and linguistics at Roma Tre University since 2014.
Her areas of expertise include Chinese as a foreign language acquisition, Chinese vocabulary, discourse markers and lexicography. She has published widely in these fields and discussed her recent results in a number of international conferences. Her publications include the edited volumes Lessons on Chinese Linguistics (EHESS-CRLAO, 2022) and Chinese Language in Italy (Roma Tre Press, 2021), a monograph on the functional words in modern Chinese (Hoepli, 2012) and a pedagogical grammar of Chinese (Hoepli, 2016). She is the coordinator of the research group CFL network ( and deputy director of the Interdepartmental Center for Studies and Documentation on China and East Asia (

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