NATALIIA GOSHYLYK, Lecturer, Ukrainian language


Ph.D., Linguistics, Kharkiv National University named after V. Karazin, Ukraine, 2011

M.A., Philology, Lesya Ukrainka Volyn State University, Lutsk, Ukraine, 2003


Introductory Ukrainian, Advanced Readings in Ukrainian

Research interests      

Ecolinguistics, sociolinguistics, methods of foreign language learning, technologies in linguistics and language learning, critical thinking, and media literacy

Current projects

Using films and short videos in teaching Ukrainian

Identity in a foreign-language class


Berkeley Language Center Summer Fellowship, 2022

U.S. Fulbright Scholarship, 2021-2022.

Erasmus Mundus Ianus II Grantee, Graz University, Austria, 2015.


Goshylyk, N. (2023) Fostering Proactive Ecological Identity of Youth Through Social in Blaine E. Smith and Richard Beach (Eds) Hear Our Voices”: Using Youth-Generated Media on the Climate Crisis in the Classroom, Routledge.

The Curriculum for Teaching English through Media Literacy. (2022). Edited by Nataliia Goshylyk et al., “Learn to Discern”, IREX. 422 p.

Goshylyk N., Goshylyk V. (2020) PATH and CYCLE: Image Schemas of Time in the Narrative Mode of Media Discourse. Time and Language. Les Cahiers Linguatek, № 7-8.

Goshylyk N. (2017) “Small is Beautiful” in the English Mass Media Texts on Sustainable Development. AAA – Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Band 42.

Conference presentations

“Ukrainian Identity in a Classroom: Culture, Cognition, Communication”, AATSEEL, February 17-19, 2023.

“Sustainability Online: Ecological Identity Construction on Social Media”, International Conference “Critical Media Literacy Conference of the Americas” (University of California), October 15-17, 2022.

“Social Media Affordances for Ecological Identity Construction” Sixth International Conference on Ecolinguistics (ICE-6), Graz, Austria, September 21-23, 2022.

“Social Media Tools for Promoting Ecoliteracy Worldwide” International Conference “Critical Media Literacy Conference of the Americas” (University of California), October 15-17, 2021.

“Promoting Academic Integrity in Social Sciences: The Case of Linguistics” // “Honesty, Trust, Unity: Academic Integrity; Education in a Globalized World”, Regional English Language Office (U.S. Embassy), TESOL-Ukraine, the English Teachers Association of Georgia, February 1-4 2021.

“Representation of HOLODOMOR in Contemporary English Media: A Corpus-Based Approach”// 2nd Taras Shevchenko Ukrainian Studies Conference” (Indiana University, USA), March 19-21 2021.

Social Media Tools for Promoting Sustainable Development. 1st Virtual International Conference on Sustainable Development, April 23-25, 2021.

Metaphors We Sustain By: Multimodal Conceptualization in Environmental Cartoons. 4th International Conference on Ecolinguistics, 2019, Odense, Denmark.