THE RESEARCHERS

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 HELGA HILMISDÓTTIR (PI)

The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies

Helga Hilmisdóttir is a research associate professor at the Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies in Reykjavík. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Helsinki in 2007 and she subsequently held a position as University Lecturer there from 2008-2017. Her research interest include discourse particles, indexicals, pronouns, Anglicisms and youth language.

helga.hilmisdottir@arnastofnun.is

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MARTINA HUHTAMÄKI

University of Helsinki

Martina Huhtamäki is an associate professor in Scandinavian languages at the University of Helsinki. She received her PhD in 2015 and was after that a post doc-researcher in the research program Interaction and variation in pluricentric languages, which focused on communication patterns of Swedish in Finland and Sweden. Her research interests include prosody in interaction and interaction in preventive health care settings.

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SUSANNA KARLSSON

University of Gothenburg

Susanna Karlsson is an associate professor at the Department of Swedish at the University of Gothenburg. She recieved her PhD in 2006 and has since worked at Lund University, University of Potsdam and as a language planner at the Institute for Language and Folklore. Her research interests include pragmatic phrases, interactional grammar and language policy and planning.

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ELIZABETH PETERSON

University of Helsinki

Elizabeth Peterson is a University Lecturer at the University of Helsinki. She earned her PhD at Indiana University in 2004, after which she held posts at the Center for Applied Linguistics, University of Joensuu, and University of Jyväskylä. Her research interests lie in the general area of sociolinguistics, including language contact, language attitudes, and language discrimination. Her recent book, Making Sense of "Bad English" (Routledge 2020) explores these factors in relation to English as a global language.

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MARIE SÖRLIN

University of Uppsala

Bio soon.

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HEIDI VEPSÄLÄINEN

University of Helsinki

Heidi Vepsäläinen is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki. She received her PhD in 2019 and has since worked in a project funded by the Finnish Academy investigating internet trolling. Her research interest include both written and spoken conversation, particles and other pragmatic markers, action formation as well as interaction with and through machines.

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MARJA ETELÄMÄKI

University of Oslo

Bio coming soon.

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SØREN SANDAGER SØRENSEN

University of Aarhus

Bio coming soon.