Nemanja Nenadovic
  • PB 24 (Unionsgatan 40)

    00014 Helsingfors universitet

    Finland

20182020

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Description of research and teaching

I have been working at the University of Helsinki since spring 2018; first as a grant funded researcher with a doctoral research grant from the Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland (2018-2020) and since spring 2020 as a salaried doctoral candidate at the Doctoral Program for Language Studies (HELSLANG). My primary duty is research for my doctoral project where I am looking into the family language policy of several transnational and immigrant multilingual families in the Swedish-speaking areas of Finland. In addition, I work as the coordinator of the Research Seminar in Scandinavian Languages and Swedish Translation (since September 2019) and a member of the steering group of the Master’s Program in Scandinavian Languages and Literatures (since January 2021). I have also been teaching at the Bachelor's Program in the Languages and Literatures of Finland since the fall semester of 2019.

 

During the academic year 2021/2022, I teach the course

KOK-N513 Second Language Acquisition (spring semester 2022)

 

Courses previously taught:

At the University of Helsinki

  • Grammar I (KOK-N103 and AYKOK-N103, basic studies in Scandinavian languages)

At the Hanken School of Economics

  • Swedish as Second Language – Written Communication (5643-2)
  • Swedish for Language Proficiency in Finland (5656)
  • Swedish as Foreign Language (5623-1B)
  • Repetition Course in Swedish Grammar II (5646-E)

Education/Academic qualification

Scandinavian studies, MA

Fields of Science

  • 6121 Languages
  • Swedish Language
  • Swedish as a Second Language
  • Scandinavian Languages
  • Multilingualism
  • Language Acquisition
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Language Policy
  • Family Language Policy