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Marianna Slutskaya


I am a research student at the Department of Applied Linguistics. I hold an MA in Global Communication from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (2013) and a BA (Hons) in Politics and International Studies from Warwick University (2012). Before joining the Department, I spent close to a decade working on research, executive education, consulting, and international engagement projects in the non-profit and education sectors.

Current Research

My research looks at the international mobility experiences of individuals who have migrated multiple times. It explores how people construct and negotiate meanings and identities in everyday life stories. My interest in the topic stems from my own experiences of multiple migrations – living, working, and studying in different countries throughout my life.

My thesis is supervised by Dr Stephanie Schnurr and Dr Steve Mann.

Teaching & Facilitation
  • Chair, 23rd Warwick International Conference in Applied Linguistics (WICAL) (2020-2021).
  • Chair, Applied Linguistics PhD Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) (2021-present).