Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft Leibniz-Gemeinschaft

Prof. Dr. Natalia Gagarina

Vice Director; Head of Research Area
Pariser Straße 1
10719 Berlin
Room: 1.23
Phone: +49 30 20192 506

Prof. Dr. Natalia Gagarina is Vice Director of the Leibniz-Centre General Linguistics (ZAS) and Head of the Research Area 2 'Language Development & Multilingualism'. She has been an extraordinary professor at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin since September 2020 and visiting professor at Uppsala University since December 2017. At ZAS she is Principal Investigator of the following project:

She is currently working with

  • Prof. Dr. Ewa Haman (U Warsaw), Multilingual Language Development and Assessment Lab (MultiLADA), on Macro- and microstructure of narrative discourse in Polish
  • Dr. Angel Chan (Hong Kong Polytechnic U) on Investigation of bilingual children‘s narrative discourse in Hong Kong and on Narrative abilities in ‘left-behind’ ethnic minority children in China: Evidence from Kam-Mandarin bilingual children and with Dr. Wenchun Yang (Fritz-Thyssen Fellowship)

Her research focuses on monolingual and bilingual (a)typical language acquisition in the areas of lexicon, morphosyntax, discourse, as well as aspect and anaphors. In recent years, she has worked intensively on the macro- and microstructure of narratives and the development of language assessment methods for multilingual children.

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