Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs (CV)
  Personal details  

Arta Toci

  • Date of birth: 07.08.1962
  • Nationality: Albanian
  • Place of birth: Tetovo, Republic of Macedonia
  • Marital status: married, two children

ZMNR Biografija 

  Academic details
 

2009: PhD in Linguistic Sciences – South East European University

2006 M.A. in Applied Languages - Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

1987: Professor of English Language and Literature – University of Pristina

  Professional career

 

 

 

1987-2002: Professor of English language

2002-2006: Lecturer in English language - South East European University

2006-2009: Senior Lecturer in English language - South East European University

2009-2014: Docent in Linguistic Sciences and Translation

2014: Associate Professor of Linguistic Sciences and Translation

2007-2010: Vice-Dean at the Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communication,  South East European University

2016 – Director of Doctoral Studies, South East European University

  Political engagements

 

 


2015 – President of the Union of Women of DPA-Movement for Reforms

2016 – Member of the Central Presidency of Movement for Reforms of DPA

2016 – MP candidate

   
  List of conferences and published works

 

 


The Importance of Age in Foreign Language Learning / International Journal of Education and Practice, Vol 5, No 2, pp. 118-123. International Journal of Education and Practice, New York, 6 / 2014 ISBN 2222-1735 (Paper);

Translatability of English Idioms into Albanian Language / 2016 - International Conference on Languages, State University of Tetovo;

An Analysis of the Use of Past Simple and Present Perfect in the English Translation of Broken April / 2016 AAB College in Prishtina;

Borders as Myths / American International Journal of Contemporary Research, pp. 173-177, New York, 6 / 2014 ISBN 2162-142X;

Evaluation of Learning in Online Studies / Quality of Assessment, Qualification and Evaluation in Higher Education, pp. nn. SEEU, Tetovo, R. of Macedonia, 6 / 2014;

Borders that Created Myths / 2nd ASSE International Conference on British and American Studies: Nation, nationality, nationhood: What's in a name? / ASSE and CIT., Tirana, 5 / 2014 ISBN nn;

Evaluating Students’ Creativity in Writing / 4th International Conference on Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics, pp. 265-274. Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 5 / 2014 ISBN 978-9958-834-21-9.

Impact of Socio-Cultural Factors on Foreign Language Learning / Prospects and State of Today’s Sociolinguistics, pp. 229-234 /South East European University, Tetovo, 2014. ISBN 978-608-4503-92-7.

Approaches and Treatment of Languages in Multiethnic Societies, Case study: R. of Macedonia / Proceedings of the 2nd international Conference on 'Research and Education Challenges Towards the Future, pp. 55-65 / University ‘Luigj Gurakuqi’, Shkodër, Albania, 2014 ISBN 2308-0825;

Gender stereotypes in current children’s English books used in elementary schools in the Republic of Macedonia / American International Journal of Contemporary Research, New York, 12 / 2013 ISBN 2162-139X;

Quality Assurance at South East European University / International Conference (ICRAE 2012), Research and Education-Challenges Toward Future / University 'Luigj Gurakuqi', Shkodër, Albania, 11 / 2013. ISBN ISSN: 2308 – 0825;

Teaching English to Students with Different Cultural and Linguistic Backgrounds / International Conference: Communication and Society: Verbal and Noverbal Interactions and Stereotypes of Communication / University of Shkodra , Shkodër, Albania, 11 / 2012. ISBN 978-992-84011-7-5;

Translating skills into jobs / 6th European Master's in Translation (EMT) Conference / European Commission, Directorate-General for Translation, Brussels, Belgium, 2012;

SEEPALS: SOUTH EAST EUROPE PROJECT for the ADVANCEMENT of LANGUAGE STUDIES / MA in Translation and Interpretation. TEMPUS, Maribor, Slovenia, 2012;

The Role of Social and Cultural Background in Learning English as a Foreign Language / Institute of Alb-Shkenca, Vol. 4, No. 1. Ministry of Education and Science, Tirana-Pristina-Skopje, 2010 ISBN 2073-2244;

Effects of Code Switching in EFL Classroom / 1st International Conference at SEEU, From Teaching to Learning: Current Trends in ELT, pp. 16-26 / SEEU, Tetovo, Macedonia, 2010. ISBN nn;

Intercultural Communication in EFL Classroom / Cogito, pp. 103-109. Arberia design 2009. ISBN 1857-579X;

The EFL Teaching in SEE-University / Academic days of Timisoara. Language Education Today: Between Theory and Practice / University of Temisoara, Temisoara, Romania, 2009. ISBN 2065-2429;

   

  Languages

  - Albanian (native), English, Macedonian, Turkish