Dr. Nataša Logar, Assistant Professor

General Information
  • Dr. Nataša Logar, Assistant Professor
    Phone: +386 1 58 05 319
    Email: is.jl-inu.vdf@ragol.asatan
    Office Hours:

    Monday, 11.30 - 13.00

    B 210

    Undergraduate courses
    Language culture I
    Language culture II
    Journalism practice I
    Journalism practice II
    Syntax of Slovenian Literary Language
    Practical course in news-reporting stylistics
    Expert sphere:
    Modern Slovene Language and Stylistics

    Language Culture, Normativity and Standardization

    Corpus Linguistics

    Terminology and Terminography

    Academic Slovene
  • Personal information

    Ass. Prof. Nataša Logar, PhD

    Affiliation: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Kardeljeva ploščad 5, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

    e-mail: natasa.logar@fdv.uni-lj.si

    Education and training

    Bachelor: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, 1999; Bachelor of linguistic sciences and sociology

    Masters: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Department of Slovene Language, Masters thesis (title: Word-formation Stylistics), 2004; Master of science (field: Slovene standard language and stylistics)

    Doctoral studies: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, PhD theses (title: The Corpus Approach to the Obtaining and Presentation of the Language Information in Terminological Dictionaries and Terminological Databases), 2008; PhD (field: linguistics)

    Occupation and position held

    1999, 2002, and 2006teaching assistant (field: Slovene language and stylistics), University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts

    2008 and 2015 – assistant professor, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts


    September 1999–September 2004: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts

    October 2004–: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences

    Research leadership and collaboration

    • a) national project, leader: Terminology data banks as the bodies of knowledge: The model for the systematization of terminologies (Slovenian Research Agency, 2011–2013)
    • b) projects funded by the EU, researcher:

    – Communication in Slovene (European Social Fund, 2008–2013; person responsible for the consortium partner University of Ljubljana)

    ECOPSI: European Communication Professionals Skills and Innovation Programme (European Commission, Lifelong Learning Programme, 2011-2013)

    – COST actions: European Network of E-Lexicography (2013–2017); ELN stands for European Literacy Network (2016–2018); Study Abroad Research in European Perspective (SAREP, 2016–2018)

    • c) national projects (Slovenian Research Agency), researcher:

    Designing Corpus-based Dictionary and Grammar Descriptions of the Slovene Language (2004–2006)

    The upgrade of the Military Dictionary: a Multilingual Military Dictionary (2006–2008)

    Voice TRAN II: Multilingual mobile speech communicator for 21.th century warriors (2006–2008)

    Slovene Terminology Web Portal (2007–2009)

    Slovene Scientific Texts: Resources and Description (2016–2018)

    Collocations as a Basis for Language Description: Semantic and Temporal Perspectives (2017–2020)

    • d) national research programme (Slovenian Research Agency), researcher: Slovene Language: Basic, Contrastive, and Applied Studies (1999–2018)


    Teaching abroad

    2013 and 2014: Universiteit Gent, Faculteit van de letteren en wijsbergeerte, Belgium (6 weeks)

    2015: Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Arts, Slovakia (4 weeks)

    Commission and board membership

    2008–2009: member of the National Team for Evaluating EU Terminology at the Government Office for Development and European affairs, Republic of Slovenia

    2011–2015: member of the Commission for quality self-assessment, Faculty of Social Sciences

    2013–2015: member of he Expert Group for Slovenian Language at the Ministry of Culture, Republic of Slovenia

  • Important projects:

    a) TERMIS, http://www.termis.fdv.uni-lj.si/index-en.html

    b) Communication in Slovene, http://eng.slovenscina.eu/ 

    c) Dictionary of Modern Slovene, http://www.cjvt.si/sssj/ 

    d) Slovene Scientific Texts: Resources and Description, http://nl.ijs.si/kas/english/ 

    e) Collocations in Slovene: https://www.cjvt.si/kolos/en/