Dr. Natalia (Natasha) Artemeva is a professor of Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies in Carleton University's School of Linguistics and Language Studies. She is also the chair of the Carleton University Research Ethics Board (CUREB).
Dr. Artemeva's background combines experiences in metallurgical engineering, applied linguistics and discourse studies. The focus of her research since the mid-1990s has been on the study of different kinds (genres) of written, spoken and other multimodal communication. In particular, she is interested in how people become proficient communicators and users of relevant genres in all areas of their lives.
Examples of her recent collaborative research projects include:
In the past, Dr. Artemeva served as CASDW vice president and president and organized its two annual conferences. In 2012, she co-organized an international conference Genre 2012, which was funded by SSHRC and held at Carleton University.
She is also a member of the Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing and the National Council of Teachers of English (USA).
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