I am Olga Anatoli (Ivanova). I am an applied linguist, have studied, researched and taught in Russia, Germany, and the USA. You can find my CV here.
I am Russian-American, originally from Kazakhstan, and currently I am located in Sweden where I am working on a doctorate thesis in Child Studies at Linköping University. My research focuses on multilingualism and very young children.
Dissertation supervisor: Asta Cekaite, second supervisor: Amanda Bateman
I have a PhD (2015) in Applied Linguistics from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Dissertation title: “The politics of knowledge in youth education about reproductive health in Tanzania”
Dissertation Co-chairs: Katrina Daly Thompson / Marjorie Harness Goodwin
Dissertation Committee: Charles Goodwin, John Heritage, Paula Tavrow, Russell Schuh