The Program is structured in an Area of Concentration, called “Languages: practices and contexts”. The investigative proposal of the chosen Area privileges the study of language practices, in their different contexts, which constitute experiences, meanings and values of identities that are expressed, above all, on the margins of the dominant culture. This Area is articulated in 02 Research Lines: 1) Reading, Literature and Culture and 2) Languages, Discourse and Society. Based on their specific theoretical assumptions, these Lines propose a reflection on the plurality of languages, on the understanding that this is a requirement for teacher education in the field of Letters and teaching practice.