- Research topic:
- Bi- and Multilingualism in Lviv’s legal proceedings around 1900
Born in Munich in 1968, Jan Fellerer graduated in Slavonic Philology from the University of Vienna in 1995. After a few years at the Department of Slavonic Philology at the University of Basel, where he received his doctorate in 1999, Jan Fellerer took up the post of University Lecturer in non-Russian Slavonic Languages at the University of Oxford, Wolfson College. Jan Fellerer’s main research interests lie in the field of Polish, Czech and Ukrainian linguistics and philology with special reference to the modern period from the late 18th century to the present day. He has published widely on Slavonic syntax, aspects of the history of Polish, Czech and Ukrainian, discourse analysis, language contact and historical sociolinguistics, including a book on multilingualism in 19th-century Galicia and an edited volume on discourses of resistance in the late Habsburg Monarchy.