Giuseppe Magistro obtained his master in Linguistics in Turin, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Cerruti and Prof. Dr. Squartini. He is currently PhD student at Ugent under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Crocco and Prof. Dr. Breitbarth, working on the syntax-prosody interface as a tool to investigate diachronic phenomenon of negation renewal in the dialects spoken in Veneto. He also works under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Rathcke (University of Konstanz) and Prof. Dr. Garzonio (University of Padua). His main interests are Information Structure, negation, prosody, syntax, and sociolinguistics.
He is also interested in developing scripts, software, novel methodologies for laboratory phonology both in Python and R (https://github.com/gmagistr).
Minimizing minimizers’ structure: Jespersen’s cycle and focus, International workshop on negation, University of the Basque Country, October 9, 2021
Neg-drop in Venetan varieties, Cambridge Italian Dialect Syntax-Morphology, Meeting 15 (CIDSM), University of Helsinki, September 9, 2021 together with Jacopo Garzonio.
The rise and fall of illocutionary negation, Sinn und Bedeutung 26, University of Cologne, September 8 2021
Magistro, G. (in prep.) mica proposing: a parallelism with contrastive focus
Magistro, G., Crocco, C., Breitbarth, A. (forth.), Information structure and Jespersen’s cycle: The dialects of Veneto as a window on processes of language change, in C. De Bastiani, M. Coniglio, N.Catasso (eds.), Language Change at the Interfaces, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Magistro, G., (preprint) Speech prosody and remote experiments: a technical report, arXiv:2106.10915.