Camilla Bardel

Camilla Bardel


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Telephone 08-120 767 23
Visiting address Universitetsvägen 10 E
Room E 945
Postal address Institutionen för språkdidaktik 106 91 Stockholm

About me

I am a professor of modern languages and language education and my background is within Romance languages. I hold a PhD in Italian from Lund University (2000). In 2010 I was appointed full professor at the department of language education at Stockholm university. Between 2013 and 2014 I served as professor of Italian at the Department of French, Italian and Classics at the same University.


I have a long experience from teaching different classes, from language to linguistics, literature and language education at BA, MA and PhD levels, mainly at Stockholm University, but also in other universities, in Sweden and abroad. In the years 2012 to 2015 I was responsible for a graduate school in foreign language education, FRAM. I have supervised many BA and MA students, as well as PhD students in Italian, French, English and language education.


My research interests lie within the broad field of language education. More specifically, my previous research projects concerned cross-linguistic influence in third language learning and multilingualism, advanced levels of foreign/second language learning, corpus linguistics and lexicography. I am or have been responsible for the following funded research projects: The role of the background languages in third language acquisition. Vocabulary and syntax (The Swedish research council, 2012-2016), Aspects of the advanced French and Italian L2 learner’s lexicon (Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, 2006-2012), The role of the background languages in second language development. Target language Italian (The Swedish research council, 2001-2006). From 2016 I collaborate in the project Learning, teaching and assessment of second foreign languages - an alignment study on oral language proficiency in the Swedish school context (the TAL project) funded by The Swedish research council, 2016-2018, and directed by prof. Jonas Granfeldt at Lund University.

Last updated: December 31, 2017

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