Marie Källkvist

Marie Källkvist

Professor
Department of Languages Faculty of Arts and Humanities
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Professor of English, specialising in Language Education
Associate Professor of English, specialising in English Linguistics at Lund University
Director for the Centre for Eductional Linguistics

Teaching: English Linguistics, English Language Education and Research Methodology
Research: English Language Education, particularly the teaching and learning of English in Swedish mainstream schools and in higher education; multilingual education, language policy and planning in Swedish higher education
Service to society: In-service training of language teachers and school leaders focusing on translanguaging pedagogy, focus-on-form and classroom interaction
Leadership posts: Previously several different posts as assistant head of department, deputy head of department, director of studies at Lund University in 2006-2014. Principal Investigator for MultiLingual Spaces, funded by the Swedish Research Council (2017-2022). Directorfor the Centre for Eductional Linguistics.

Educational background:
B.A. English and Swedish (Lund University, 1990)
M.A. Language Education (Lund University, 1990)
M.Phil. English and Applied Linguistics (Cambridge University, 1992)
Ph.D. English and Applied Linguistics (Cambridge University, 1997)

Teaching

  • Theoretical perspectives on language education
  • Degree projects (BEd and MEd) in English language education
  • Research methods
  • Discourse analysis
  • Classroom research
  • Supervision of PhD students

I have a background in English Linguistics and Applied Linguistics and have previously taught the following modules at Lund University:

  • Basic, general grammar
  • English grammar
  • Phonetics and English Pronunciation
  • Introduction to English Linguistics
  • English for business students
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Language Education
  • Language Policy and Planning in Sweden and the English-speaking world
  • Research methods in applied linguistics, including basic statistics
  • Translation

Research

English Language Education, particularly the teaching and learning of English in Swedish mainstream schools and in higher education; multilingual education, language policy and planning in Swedish higher education

Ongoing, externally funded research projects
STAGE
(English in primary school)
Disciplinary literacy in teacher education (of primary-school EFL teachers)

Publications

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Conference paper (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))

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Collection (editor) (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))