Bénédicte Chaix

Linguistic Consultant and Researcher

Following her Master’s studies at Stendhal Grenoble University in France, B’n’dicte Chaix completed 5-year research on Sicilian migration in 2006, which led to a PhD degree entitled ‘Sicilian migration and integration paths (1950-2000)’. From 2004 to 2006 she taught English to Master’s students at Pierre-Mendes France University, Grenoble. In addition to English lectures, she was also in charge of International Relations and University Partnerships, directed student training and research, and was part of examination referees. From 2003 to 2008, she worked in linguistic consulting for the Department of Environmental Research at Palermo University, Italy, and for the Department of Cultural Heritage Preservation at Bologna University, Italy. In 2003 and 2004, she was selected as a scientific referee for Hawaii International Social Sciences Conferences. In 2007 she continued lecturing English in Italy at the Scuola Statale Sandro Pertini, Palermo and French language at the Scuola di Arte del Mosaico, Monreale. In the same year, she was in charge of a Master’s course in translation at Bologna University as an External Professor. From 2007 to 2009, she was a university Professor at Palermo University specialising in French language. She now works in linguistic consulting in the private sector and management, and continues to collect data and conduct research on migration and identity issues.

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