User:JoachimGrzega

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Joachim Grzega[edit]

Joachim Grzega

www.grzega.de

born on 9 September 1971 in Weißenburg (Germany)

Associate Professor at the University of Eichstätt (Germany)


  • 1991-1998 studies at the universities of Eichstätt, Salt Lake City, Paris-Sorbonne, Graz
  • 2000 Dr.phil. (Ph.D.) in Romance, English and German Linguistics
  • 2004 habil.diss. in English and General Linguistics
  • interim professorships at the universities of Münster, Bayreuth, Erfurt, Freiburg (Germany)


Author of 10 books (including Hello World! for teaching English as a global language at primary schools; Tickets to Basic Global English - Englisch in 111 Tagen for self-teaching English; How to Become the Perfect Intercultural Professor: Tricks and Bricks for Intercultural Academic Teaching in English (or Other Languages)) and several dozen articles


Editor of the internet journals Onomasiology Online and Journal for EuroLinguistiX


Founder of the Academy for SocioEconomic Linguistics (ASEcoLi)

Internet Projects[edit]


Babel user information
de-N Dieser Benutzer spricht Deutsch als Muttersprache.
en-3 This user has advanced knowledge of English.
fr-2 Cet utilisateur dispose d’un niveau intermédiaire de connaissance en français.
it-2 Questo utente può contribuire con un livello intermedio in italiano.
es-1 Este usuario tiene un conocimiento básico del español.
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Research Interests[edit]

  • eurolinguistics
  • onomasiology
  • public-oriented linguistics/practical linguistics, linguistics for the public
  • intelligible linguistics
  • linguistic economics/socioeconomic linguistics, linguistics and knowledge society (basic article)
  • Austrian German
  • language contacts
  • intercultural communication
  • teaching English as an international language (Basic Global English)
  • didactic issues at university (especially Learning by teaching -- cf. my English article)

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Working for Wikipedia[edit]

Cf. my Wikipedia user profile.