Alexander Onysko holds a Ph.D. in English
linguistics from the University of Innsbruck (Austria). He has worked as a
post-doctoral researcher at the University of Innsbruck and has held temporary
professorships in English linguistics at the universities of Hamburg and Bochum
(Germany). Before joining the Department of Linguistics and Comparative
Cultural Studies in Venice, he also led a three-year EU-funded project on
multilingualism at schools in Europe at the European Academy in Bolzano (Italy)
and taught English linguistics at the University of Klagenfurt (Austria). His
academic life has been accompanied by extensive research and teaching stays in
the United States (Macalester College, St. Paul/MN) and New Zealand (School of
Māori and Pacific Development, University of Waikato). His research interests
and publications are in the areas of language contact, varieties of English, bi/multilingualism,
and cognitive linguistics. Part of his current research is concerned with the
role of bilingualism in Māori and English and its implications for internal
variation in New Zealand English.
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