Anne Marie Andreasson-Hogg
Professor of Swedish
At North Park since: 1998
Professor Anne-Marie Andreasson-Hogg has been bringing her unique multilingual and multicultural perspective to North Park since 1998. She grew up in France with Scandinavian parents and is a native speaker of both Swedish and French; her research focuses on linguistics. She is committed to helping students gain cultural literacy and language fluency. As she notes, even students who have never spoken a word of Swedish can quickly gain a surprising level of proficiency.
Anne-Marie enjoys teaching in a close-knit community in which she can interact with students and faculty from many disciplines and many backgrounds. “I am also very happy to teach at a Christian university,” she adds, “where we can integrate faith and learning in the classroom and beyond.”
Anne-Marie is very involved in Swedish cultural events on campus, such as the annual Sankta Lucia Festival in December, as well as the activities of Scandinavian organizations in the Chicago area. She often attends events with her young daughter, whom she and her husband are raising to speak both Swedish and English. She also serves as advisor to the very active Scandinavian Student Organization at North Park.
Anne-Marie is a member of several professional organizations including the Modern Languages Association (MLA), the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Societies (SASS), and Phi Kappa Phi.
- PhD, Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Licence, Maitrise, and DEA in Sciences du Langage, Universite de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III, Paris, France
- AM, Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Anne Marie Andreasson-Hogg, trans. If You Are the Son of God: Suffering and Temptations of Jesus by Jacques Ellul. Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2013.
- Anne Marie Andreasson-Hogg, trans. An Unjust God. A Christian Theology of Israel in Light of Romans 9-11 by Jacques Ellul. Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2012.
- Anne Marie Andreasson-Hogg. Swedish Word Accents. Lincom Studies in Germanic Linguistics. Munchen, Lincom Europa, 2001.