Liliana Landolfi (PhD in Applied Linguistics, Los Angeles, CA) is Associate Professor of English Language and Translation at the University of Naples “L’Orientale”.
Her interests focus on the impact of emotions in favoring/inhibiting the language acquisition process and learners’ well-being. She has recently published: P.Æ.C.E. An Italian-English Corpus Based on EFL Students (2012) and Behind and Beyond the EFL P.Æ.C.E. Corpus (2012), and edited Crossroads: Languages in (E)motion (2014) and Living Roots-Living Routes (2015).