Mateusz-Milan Stanojevic : Coordinator

 

 

Current employment

Place of work: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
Current Role: Assistant Professor, Department of English

Areas of expertise

Research:

Mateusz-Milan’s research interests include attitudes towards the pronunciation of English as a Lingua Franca in Croatia, online teaching skills, conceptual metaphor and the interface between structural and semantic factors in Slavic languages (particularly Croatian and Polish) and English. He strongly believes in a learner-centred classroom where learning is based on socio-constructivist principles, particularly learning by doing and peer learning, and accompanied by a significant online element on the Moodle platform
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Publications:

Stanojević, M.-M. & V. Čičin-Šain (in press). The therapeutic function of metaphor: the case of emotions in the Croatian public discourse. Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne.

Stanojević, M.-M. (2014). Konceptualna metafora: temeljni pojmovi, teorijski pristupi i metode [Conceptual metaphor: basic concepts, theoretical approaches and methods]. Zagreb: Srednja Europa.

Stanojević, M.-M., ed. (2014). Metafore koje istražujemo: suvremeni uvidi u konceptualnu metaforu [Metaphors we research: contemporary insights into conceptual metaphor]. Zagreb: Srednja Europa.

Geld, R., T. Tadić, & M.-M. Stanojević (2014). Uloga konceptualne metafore u poučavanju vokabulara kod videćih i slijepih učenika engleskog jezika [The role of conceptual metaphor in teaching vocabulary to sighted and blind learners of English]. In M.-M. Stanojević (ed.), Konceptualna metafora: temeljni pojmovi, teorijski pristupi i metode [Conceptual metaphor: basic concepts, theoretical approaches and methods]. Zagreb: Srednja Europa, 255-277.#

Josipović Smojver, V. & Stanojević, M.-M. (2013). Stratification of English as a Lingua Franca: Identity Constructions of Learners and Speakers. In E. Waniek-Klimczak & L. Shockey (eds), Teaching and Researching English Accents in Native and Non-native Speakers. Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer, 191-205.

Stanojević, M.-M., V. Kabalin Borenić & V. Josipović Smojver. (2012). Combining different types of data in studying attitudes to English as a Lingua Franca. Research in language 10 (1): 29-41.

Stanojević, M.-M., P. Ernest, M. Emke, A. Germain-Rutheford, R. Hampel, J. Hopkins, & U. Stickler. (2012). Support where it’s needed: Helping language professionals to develop online teaching skills for the 21st century. Języki obce w szkole 3: 15-19.


Professional Affiliation

HDPL/CALS (Croatian Applied Linguistics Society)
SCLA(Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association)
ICLA (International Cognitive Linguistics Association)

 

Working Languages

English, Croatian, Polish

Contact

Address for correspondance: Email


This initiative is carried out within the framework of a cooperation agreement between the European Centre for Modern Languages and the European Commission, entitled INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGIES AND ASSESSMENT IN LANGUAGE LEARNING   www.ecml.at/ec-cooperation