Snežana Dr Moretić Mićić

Dr  Snežana Moretić Mićić

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
General education

Snezana Moretic-Micic, finished elementary school and high school in Loznica, Cambridge (England) and Bournemouth (England). She graduated from undergraduate studies, defended her master's thesis and doctoral dissertation at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade. Lecturer of English language of educational and academic institutions, as well as professional language institutes, continuously since 1993. Translator and foreign correspondent of English language actively since 1998 (International Association of Translators - FIT, Paris, France). Court interpreter - RS Ministry of Justice, permanent engagement since 2002. Reviewer of English language textbooks, engaged in the Oxford Center and the RS Ministry of Education, since 2012. Participated in domestic and international scientific conferences, a total of 28 so far. He currently has the choice of assistant professor and manager position for the subject English language at the Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship, Belgrade since 2016. He is a member of several academic and professional, national and international associations.

Biography / bibliography

  1. Moretić- Mićić, Snežana: “Personal Perspectives in Public Mirrors: Margaret Atwood’s Short Stories in Drama Screenplays”, Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference of Canadian Studies, Canada 150 Filmed, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade, April, 2017, Eds. J. Novaković and Vesna Lopicic.- Belgrade, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade: Serbian Association for Canadian Studies, 2019, p. 99-110.
  2. Moretić- Mićić, Snežana: “Renaissance” of Anglophone Short Stories in Canadian Postmodern Literature ”, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of Canadian Studies, Canada in Short: Contemporary Canada in Short Ficition, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade, April, 2015. Eds. J. Novaković and Vesna Lopicic.- Belgrade, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade: Serbian Association for Canadian Studies, 2017, p. 195-204.
  3. Moretić-Mićić, Snežana: “Identifying Canadian Literature: One Possible Definition”, in: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference of Canadian Studies, (Re) Connecting Through Diversity: Canadian Perspective (s), Belgrade, Serbia, 2009. Eds. Jelena Novakovic, Slobodan Pajovic, Vladimir Gvozden. Belgrade: Megatrend University: Serbian Association for Canadian Studies, 2011, pp.163-165.
  4. Moretić-Mićić, Snežana: “Managing Diversity or Reshaping the Canadian Mosaic”, in: Proceedings of the Second International Conference of Canadian Studies, Images of Canada: Interiors and Exteriors, Niš, Serbia, 2005. Eds. J. Novakovic and R. Vukcevic. Nis: Faculty of Philosophy; Belgrade: Yugoslav Association for Canadian Studies, 2007, pp.359-368.
  5. Moretić-Mićić, Snežana: “The Reception of Contemporary Anglophone Canadian Fiction in Serbia and Montenegro”, in: Proceedings of the First International Conference of Canadian Studies, Other Language - Otherness in Canadian Culture, Belgrade, Serbia, 2003 .. Eds. V. Felbabov and J. Novaković. Nis: Tibet, 2005, pp.299-304.

  1. Milivojevic, Vesna, S. Moretic-Micic, K. Petric. BUSINESS ENGLISH WITH CORRESPONDENCE 1, Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship, Belgrade: 2020.
  2. Moretić-Mićić, Dr. Snežana, K. Petrić, V. Milivojević. BUSINESS ENGLISH WITH CORRESPONDENCE 2, Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship, Belgrade: 2019