I am a native Italian scholar, I have lived in Australia for five years and I got a PhD in Sociology (Macquarie University) and in Philosophy (Florence, Italy).
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I have an extensive experience of teaching, writing, translating and researching at university level, and a winning writing style.
I have submitted successful grant proposals, I hold several certificates and I have published extensively, as you can see from my portfolio.
Mar 11, 2015|Research|$120|Completed
Nov 16, 2011|Academic Writing|$850|Completed
Oct 31, 2011|Translation|$33|Completed
I am a native Italian speaker who lived in Australia for six years.
I have worked as an online-content and academic writer for Macquarie University (Sydney). I have successfully completed and published several projects in both English and Italian (academic articles, academic and non-academic book and e-book chapters). During my PhD I built up a solid experience as a researcher and in teaching as an undergraduate tutor at Macquarie University. My work involved editing, proofreading papers, the marking of papers submitted by students and the writing of successful grant proposals. I have also worked for several years as an English teacher, as an Italian teacher and as a translator from English to Italian for private clients.
I have also done content writing in an Aboriginal Community in Australia, which involved research, creative and technical writing.
I am currently writing a novel about my travel experiences and life in Australia, and an academic paper in applied anthropology.
My main fields are academic writing, travel writing, and content writing.
I approach my work enthusiastically and I succeed in providing a fast and top-quality service.
My vision is to provide a top-quality service, combined with a strong work ethics, creativity, an eye for detail and timely completion.
My main Skills and assets:
1) Outstanding writing skills in both English and Italian
2) PhD level research skills
3) Microsoft word and excel
4) Italian as a first language. Excellent...
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