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Contact information:

Prof. Dr. Tanja Angelovska

University of Salzburg (PLUS)

Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1

5020 Salzburg, Austria

Tel. +43 662 8044 4423

E-Mail: tanja.angelovska@sbg.ac.at

http://www.uni-salzburg.at/ang/angelovska

Assistant/Tutor: Paula Jelusic (paula.jelusic@stud.sbg.ac.at)

WICHTIG: Aufgrund der aktuellen Corona-Lage findet die Sprechstunde online (via webex) statt um die Erreichbarkeit für Studierende zu gewährleisten.
Virtual webex office: https://uni-salzburg.webex.com/meet/tanja.angelovska

RESEARCH INTERESTS (AND AREAS OF SUPERVISION: B.A. / M.A. /Ph.D. LING and ELT):

  • Psycholinguistics: L2/L3 input processing by children and adults

  • Second and third (or additional) language acquisition in children and adults using behavioral and (neuro-) cognitive measures

  • Instructed L2/L3/Ln acquisition: (psycho/neuro)-linguistically-informed evidence-based pedagogies for L2/L3/Ln teaching; the effects of research-based grammar instructional interventions (e.g. Processing Instruction, Input Enhancement), etc.

  • Multilingual acquisition: (morpho)syntactic transfer and (neuro-)cognitive constraints

  • Bilingual acquisition: Code-switching and the effects of bilingualism on cognitive functions in relation to factors, such as language dominance, proficiency, etc. using psycholinguistic methodologies 

  • ELT: multilingual education, bilingual teaching, teachers' multilingual competences, task engagement in relation to cognitive factors

​​INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND ROLES 

 

RESEARCH GROUPS/LABS/CENTRES PARTNERSHIPS: 

 

EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERSHIPS:

  • Journal of Multilingual Theories and Practices (Equinox Publishing) 

  • Instructed Second Language Acquisition  (Equinox Publishing)

  • Journal of Monolingual and Bilingual Speech (Equinox Publ.)

  • The Linguistics Journal 

 

Ad-hoc reviewer for:

  • The Journal of Psycholinguistic Research

  • Language Teaching

  • The International Journal of Multilingualism

  • Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching (SSLLT)

  • Applied Linguistics

  • Language and Speech

  • International Journal of Applied Linguistics

  • Cambridge University Press

  • Bloomsbury Academic Publishing

  • John Benjamins

  • Wiley Publ.

  • Springer Publ.

 

Ad-hoc grant reviewer for:

  • The Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), Belgium

  • The Research Fund of the Austrian National Bank (ÖNB), Austria

 

NATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND ROLES

  • Austrian Society for Language Learning and Teaching (Österreichische Gesellschaft für Sprachdidaktik/ ÖGSD) - Board member (Vorstandsmitglied)

  • Austrian Society for Teaching (Österreichische Gesellschaft für Fachdidaktik (ÖGFD) )- Deputy member for ELT (Vorstandsmitglied für Englisch als Unterrichtsfach)

 

CV

Educational background:

04/ 2018

Habilitation (venia for "English Linguistics" and "Foreign Language Teaching")

Topic: Comprehension and Production in Instructed Second Language Acquisition (ISLA): Psycholinguistic Accounts and Teaching Implications

University of Salzburg, Austria

 

04/ 2006 – 07/2010   

Ph.D. in English Linguistics and TESOL

Topic: Second Language Pronunciation: Attainment and Assessment

Ph.D. supervision: 1st Prof. Dr. Angela Hahn; 2nd Prof. Dr. Hans-Jörg Schmid

University of Munich (LMU), Germany

 

10/ 2001 – 02/2006     

Master of Arts (Magisterartium) in English Linguistics (major) and German Linguistics and ELT Education (minors)

University of Munich (LMU), Germany

Current position (since 06/2018): 

Associate Professor of English Applied Linguistics and TEFL

Department for English and American Studies

University of Salzburg, Austria                           

Previous positions:

03/2015 – 05/2018  

Assistant Professor of  English Applied Linguistics and TEFL

Department for English and American Studies

University of Salzburg, Austria

 

11/2012 – 02/2015      

Post-doc in Linguistics and TEFL (wiss. Oberassistentin)

Department for English and American Studies

Applied Linguistics and Media Language Education (Prof. Dr. Angela Hahn)

University of Munich (LMU), Germany

 

02/2012 – 10/2012      

Visiting Post-doc Leverhulme Research Fellow

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Research group of Alessandro Benati

University of Greenwich, London, UK

 

08/2010 – 01/2012    

Post-doc in English Linguistics and TEFL (wiss. Mitarbeiterin)

Department for English and American Studies

Applied Linguistics and Media Language Education (Prof. Dr. Angela Hahn)

University of Munich (LMU), Germany

04/2006 – 07/2010    

Adjunct Lecturer & PhD student (Lehrbeauftragte & Doktorandin)

Department for English and American Studies

University of Munich (LMU), Germany

© 2019 by Tanja Angelovska

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