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Education

Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Utah, 2011

M.A. Linguistics, University of Utah, 2004 with TESOL certificate

B.S. Biology, University of Utah, 1999

Since 2014: Senior Lecturer in English with Didactic Orientation, Stockholm University, Department of Language Education

2012-2014: Lecturer, Stockholm University, Department of English

2002-2011: ESL teacher and teacher educator, University of Utah, Department of Linguistics

Positions

Selected Publications

Haslam, M. and Zetterholm, E. (in prep). Vowel length in English as a Lingua Franca.

Haslam, M., & Zetterholm, E. (2019). The role of consonant clusters in English as a lingua franca intelligibility. In J. Levis, C.
Nagle, & E. Todey (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching
Conference.

Haslam, M. (2019). Parts of speech.  The TESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching.

Haslam, M. (2018). Teaching the sound system of English.  The TESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching.

Haslam, M., & Zetterholm, E. (2016). The importance of aspirated initial stops in English as a lingua franca. In J.
Levis, H. Le., I. Lucic, E. Simpson, & S. Vo (Eds). Proceedings of the 7th Pronunciation in Second
Language Learning and Teaching Conference.

Kuteeva, M., Hynninen, N., & Haslam, M. (2015). ‘It’s so Natural to Mix Languages’: Attitudes towards English-Medium Instruction in Sweden. Attitudes towards English in Europe, 2.

Tomaš, Z., Farrelly, R., & Haslam, M. (2008). Designing and implementing the TESOL teaching practicum abroad: Focus on interaction. TESOL Quarterly.

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