Picture of Naomi Truan, Winter 2020
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Short bio

Naomi Truan is a full-time Researcher and Lecturer in German Linguistics at the Institute of German Studies of the University of Leipzig and was Alfried Krupp Junior Fellow in Greifswald in 2021/2022. Her research interests include political discourse, digital interactions, multilingual practices, educational contexts, and language ideologies. Her first book, The Politics of Person Reference (2021), explores various instantiations of the third person in British, German, and French parliamentary debates. As an Alumna of the Open Science Fellows Program, she is committed to open science and science communication. In 2022, she has been awarded the Open Science Research Data Award of the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation in the category “reuse of data”. You can find her publications in Open Access here: https://cv.archives-ouvertes.fr/naomi-truan

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