Anita Peti Stantić

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Anita Peti-Stantić

Scientist’s Identification Number: 171263

Personal Web-site: Anita Peti Stantić

Croatian Scientific Bibliography (CROSBI) profile: Anita Peti Stantić – CROSBI 

EDUCATION

2002 PhD University of Arts and Sciences, University of Zagreb

1991 MA, Yale University, USA

CURRENT POSITIONS

Full Professor, University of Arts and Sciences (employ. since 1999, full professor since 2014)

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

1997-1999, Assistant Professor for Croatian Language, Faculty of Education, U. of Zagreb

1997, Lexicographic institute “Miroslav Krleža”, Zagreb

1991-1993, Vienna International School, Vienna

1990-1991, Research Assistant for Prof. Edward Stankiewicz, Yale University, USA

1989-1990, Research Assistant at the Old Church Slavonic Institute”Svetozar Ritig”

SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

2010 – 2011 Fulbright Research Grant, Project: The Relationship Between Scrambling and the Position of the Clitic Cluster in Slavic Languages; I spent an academic year at the Center for Cognitive studies at Tufts University

PhD AND POST-DOCTORAL STUDENT SUPERVISION

Three doctoral students working on their dissertations at the University of Zagreb.

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Since 1999 teaching at the Slovenian studies (all levels of grammatical analysis, translation courses), as well as general South Slavic courses (comparative historical linguistic analysis, information structure of the sentence). I also teach the course in idiomatic of the Croatian language in the English department. I thought two sociolinguistic courses at the University of Georgia (Athens) and University of Indiana (Bloomington), USA.

ORGANISATION OF SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS (if applicable)

2010 Roundtable «Status, corpus and functions of the standard language today», organizer of the roundtable for 30 participants in Croatia

2012 and 2013 – two annual meetings of CALS, Croatian Applied linguistics Society, co-organizer of the scientific symposia, domestic and international, in Zagreb and Dubrovnik

2012 – Annual meeting of Slavic Cognitive Linguistic Association, co-organizer of a scientific symposium for 100 participants, mainly international, with some domestic, in Zagreb

INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

2001-2009, 2011-2013 and 2105-2106 – member of the university council; 2008-2009 and 2011-2013 chair of the Department of South Slavic Langauges and Literatures; since 2005 director of the Slovene Language and Literature at the University of Zagreb

MEMBERSHIPS

2000 – member of CALS (Croatian Applied Linguistics Society), vice-president 2003-2007 and president 2011-2013

2011-2013 UNESCO Chair of governance and management of higher education, University of Zagreb

member of Croatian Philological Society, Slavic Linguistic Society, American Association of Advancement of Slavic Studies, Slavic Linguistic Society, Slavic Cognitive Linguistic Association

reader and reviewer for CALS proceeding, Foreign Languages (Zagreb), Journal of Slavic Linguistic (USA)

NOTABLE SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATIONS

Prof. dr. Ray Jackendoff, PROJECT: The hierarchy of grammatical structures, Tufts U., USA

Prof. dr. Keith Langston, PROJECT: Language policy and language planning, UGA, USA

Prof. dr. Andrew Nevins, PROJECT: Coordinated Research in the Experimental Morhposyntax of South Slavic Languages, University College London, UK

Prof. dr. Rui Alves, PROJECT: Strengthening Europeans’ capabilities by establishing the European literacy network, COST ACTION IS1401