Associate Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade, Serbia Email: email@example.com
Visiting Scholar, Linguistics Department, Morrill Hall, Ithaca, NY, USA E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Articulatory and Acoustic Phonetics, Phonology, phonetics and phonology of English, French, and Slavic Languages, L2 acquisition of phonetics and phonology
2004 Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of Belgrade
Dissertation Title: Phonological Structure of French Loanwords in Modern
1999 M.A. in Linguistics, University of Belgrade Thesis: Onomatopoeic Words in English
1997 BA in English language and Literature, University of Belgrade
2012- Visiting Scholar, Department of Linguistics, Cornell University
2010- Associate Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Belgrade
2008-2009 Visiting Scholar, Department of Linguistics, Cornell University
2005-2010 Assistant Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Belgrade
1999-2005 Teaching Assistant, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Belgrade
2008 Serbian Ministry of Science postdoctoral grant, Cornell University
2006 British Council specialization grant, University College London.
2001-02 Grant for doctoral research, British Scholarship Trust, University of Reading, UK
1997 Best student grant, John Nuveen Center for International Affairs/University of Belgrade, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Profiling English Phonetics. Philologia. 2009 [2nd edition 2011].
Phonological Structure of Recent French Loanwords in Modern English (Fonološka struktura novijih francuskih pozajmljenica u savremenom engleskom jeziku). Philologia/Faculty of Philology. Series: Language Science. 2005.
A Workbook of English Phonology. Philologia. 2003 [2nd edition 2005].
English Entrance Exam Practice – 5 tests with key and explanatory notes. Philologia. 2003 [2nd edition, 2003; 3rd edition, 2005] (with Mirjana Daničić, Sergej Macura and Nenad Tomović).
English Entrance Exam Practice 2 – tests with key and explanatory notes. Philologia. 2004 [2nd edition, 2008] (with Mirjana Daničić).
English Entrance Exam Practice 3 – tests with key and explanatory notes. Philologia. 2005 [2nd edition, 2008] (with Mirjana Daničić).
(2002): “Putujuće reči (francuski i engleski) (Words en Route))”. In Put i putovanje u umetnosti i kulturi. Belgrade: Faculty of Philology, 259-268.
(2003): “Simbolička značenja engleskih onomatopa (Symbolic Meanings of English Onomatopes)”. Philologia 1, 13-20.
(2004): “Kuda ide RP? (Where is RP Heading to?)”. Philologia 2, 39-44.
(2005): “English Onomatopes”. Romanian Journal of English Studies 2/2005, 24-30.
(2005): “Tipovi fonološke adaptacije engleskih toponima u srpskom jeziku (Types of Phonological Adaptation of English Toponyms in Serbian)”. In Grad u jeziku, književnosti i kulturi. Belgrade: Philologia, 7-15.
(2005): “English phonetics in primary and secondary school curriculum and its impact on high-level education”. In Proceedings of the Tenth Commemorative Conference of the English Phonetic Society of Japan and the First International Congress of Phoneticians of English. Kochi, Japan: University of Kochi, 22-29.
(2005): “Types, scope and impact of phonetic interference in Serbian EFL learners”. The Journal of Intercultural Studies, number 32. Osaka, Japan: The Intercultural Research Institute of Kansai Gaidai University, 43-52.
(2006): “Govornik srpskog jezika u lavirintu engleskog izgovora i pravopisa (A Serbian EFL Speaker in the Labyrinth of Spelling-to-Sound Correspondences)”. In Lice u jeziku, književnosti i kulturi. Belgrade: Philologia, 7-14.
(2006): “Phonological Assimilation of Recent French Loanwords in English: Parameters and Degrees”. In ELLSII75 Proceedings. Belgrade: Faculty of Philology, 89-99.
(2006): “Phonetic Assimilation of Recent French and German Loanwords in English – the Case of High Front Rounded Vowel”. In Reading across Borders: Papers in Language and Literary Studies. Nikšić: Faculty of Philosophy, 53-62.
(2008): Cultural and linguistic overlaps in Crnjanski’s Novel about London . In Culture-Bound Translation and Language in the Global Era. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 138-153.
(2008) The English pronunciation in the globalised world or if you can’t beat them…”. In Jezik, književnost, globalizacija: zbornik radova, ur. Vesna Lopičić i Biljana Mišić Ilić. Niš: Filozofski fakultet, 213-223.
(2009): Twisting Cultural Stereotypes: Identifying Nations Linguistically”. Chapter 5 In Recounting Cultural Encounters, ed. by Marija Knežević and Aleksandra Nikčević-Batrićević. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 79-87.
(2009) (with Biljana Đorić-Francuski): Milos Crnjanski’s Novel about London as the scene of cultural and linguistic interplay among several European nations”. Studies in Cross-Cultural Communication – looking, touching, searching. Osaka, Japan: Osaka International University, 31-53, 2009.
(2009): The Accentuation Patterns of Recent French Loanwords in English”. Ta(l)king English Phonetics Across Frontiers, ed. by Biljana Čubrović and Tatjana Paunović. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 81-89.
(2009): Trendy changes or changing trends: the pronunciation of British English. Philologia 7.
(2010) (with Miloš D. Đurić) Constructing, reconstructing and deconstructing the case of redundancy and/or relevance of English nasal and/or nasalised vowels”. Constructing, Deconstructing, Reconstructing Language and Literature Matters, ed. by A. Nikčević Batrićević and M. Knežević. Nikšić: Faculty of Philosophy, University of Montenegro, 119-130.
(2011): Voice Onset Time in Serbian and Serbian English. English Language Overseas Perspectives and Enquiries, Vol. VIII, Spring, 2011, 9-18.
(2012): Evolution of a Phonetic Phenomenon: The Case of Voice Onset Time in Serbian Intermediate EFL Learners”. Exploring English Phonetics, ed. by T. Paunović & B. Čubrović, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 47-55.
Invited Conference Presentations
“Types, scope and impact of phonetic interference in Serbian EFL learners”. Phonetics and English Language Education. Kansai Gaidai University, November 7, 2005, Osaka, Japan.
“Serbian in English – Phonetics Interference Matters”. Applied Linguistics Circle, University of Reading, UK, November 14, 2006.
“English VOT – Cross-linguistic Perspectives”. Anglistics in the Century of Change, A
Tribute to 90 Years of English Studies in Slovenia, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of
Arts, Department of English, December 11-12, 2009.
Outside Professional Activities
Editor-in-Chief of The Philologia Journal, 2004
Associate Editor for The Linguistics Journal, 2007
ELTA, Philologia, Serbian Association of English Academics, European Council for Languages, English Scholars Beyond Borders