Maria Obojska is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute forResearch on  Multilingualism, University of Luxembourg. She specializes in qualitative sociolinguistic research in multilingual settings.

Her main research interests are: family multilingualism, language ideologies and identities in diasporic communities, and language practices in online communication.

Maria holds an MA degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of Warsaw and a PhD in Sociolinguistics from the University of Oslo. She previously worked at the Centre for Multilingualism in the Society across the Lifespan (MultiLing), University of Oslo, where she conducted research on multilingualism among Polish migrants in Norway. Currently, she is researching language practices in the school and family domains among migrants from Eastern Europe in Luxembourg. 

Research interests
Language Policy
Qualitative Methods
Language Ideologies
Identity Constructions
Computer Mediated Communication

Latest content Maria Obojska took part in

Education & Social Work
Online Survey: Digifam
Researchers from the University of Luxembourg are currently looking for participants for an online survey on digital media use for language and literacy learning.
Bilingualism Matters @ Luxembourg
The University of Luxembourg will host an international branch of Bilingualism Matters a research and information centre with headquarters at the University of Edinburgh and international partner branches all over the world.