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Dr Anastasia Rothoni

Personal Profile


Dr Anastasia Rothoni holds a B.A. from the Faculty of English Studies, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2003) and an M.A. in Applied Linguistics (valedictorian) from the same Faculty (2007). She received her PhD in Applied Linguistics (with distinction) from the Faculty of English Studies, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2015. Her doctoral thesis was an ethnographically-oriented study of Greek teenagers’ everyday literacy practices in the English language. Since 2006, she also works as an EFL teacher at secondary school level in Greece. She has taught seminars and workshops in the Faculty of English Studies of the University of Athens for undergraduate students and has participated in programs organized for training future English language teachers (Pre-service teacher training program - Teaching Practicum). Her research interests lie chiefly in the area of (foreign) language and literacy practices, multilingualism and digital technologies while she is also interested in ethnography, visual methods, and multimodality. Her book Teenagers’ Everyday Literacy Practices in English: Beyond the Classroom was published in 2019 by the international publishing house Palgrave Macmillan. She has also authored and co-authored academic papers in peer-reviewed journals (e.g. TESOL Quarterly, Linguistics and Education, Applied Linguistics Review) and chapters in edited volumes, and she has presented her work in conferences both in Greece and abroad. Currently, she is participating as a post-doctoral researcher in a funded research project examining the digital literacy practices of young Greek neomigrants living in Germany and Australia.


Email: anroth@aueb.gr