About Kristina Mihajlovic
I am a 5th year PhD student primarily interested in phonology and phonetics, but also in language change and variation, especially as it relates to South Slavic languages and heritage speakers.
I am also a public K-12 educator with 3.5 years of substitute teaching experience and 4 years of university-level teaching experience, primarily in Statistics and some in Linguistics. I also have nearly one year of teacher-of-record experience in elementary and middle-school settings in Tucson Unified School District. I'm wonderful at connecting with students of all ages, and I excel at the following: elementary levels, middle-school math and science, high school Statistics, and pre-AP Latin.
I am on leave for the 2021-2022 academic year.
phonology, phonetics, language change and variation, language contact, heritage speaker studies, bilingualism, L2+ acquisition, sociolinguistics, language ideologies, language and identity, (South) Slavic and Balkan languages (especially those of former Yugoslavia)
Mihajlović, K. & Ćavar, M. (2018). Perception of Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian sibilants: Heritage U.S. vs. homeland speakers. A pilot study. In: Denisa Lenertová, RolandMeyer, Radek Šimík & Luka Szucsich (eds.), Advances in formal Slavic linguistics 2016. Berlin: Language Science Press.
B.A. Linguistics, Indiana University (2017)
M.A. Linguistics, the University of Arizona (2021)
Fall 2018-Spring 2021: SBS 200 Introduction to Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences (instructor, online) - teaching 8th iteration SP 21)
Summer 2019: LING/PSY 201 Introduction to Linguistics (instructor, online)
Fall 2017-Spring 2018: SBS 200 Introduction to Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences (TA, in-person)