Veronica Bonsignori holds a PhD in English Linguistics from the University of Pisa, Italy, where she teaches English Language and Linguistics as Adjunct Professor. Her interests are in the fields of pragmatics, sociolinguistics, audiovisual translation, and multimodality. She has contributed to national and international conferences and has published several articles, focusing on the transposition of linguistic varieties in Italian dubbing (2012), and on linguistic phenomena of orality in English filmic speech in comparison to Italian dubbing. She also authored the monograph English Tags: A Close-up on Film Language, Dubbing and Conversation (2013).Belinda Crawford Camiciottoli is Associate Professor of English Language and Linguistics at the University of Pisa, Italy. Her research focuses mainly on interpersonal, pragmatic, and multimodal features of discourse found in both academic and professional settings, with particular reference to corpus-assisted methodologies. She has published in leading international journals, including Intercultural Pragmatics, Journal of Pragmatics, Discourse, Context and Media and Business and Professional Communication Quarterly. She recently co-edited the volume Multimodal Analysis in Academic Settings: From Research to Teaching (2015).