Lidun holds a PhD in translation, corpus linguistics and comparative grammar, (English, Spanish &
Norwegian) from the University of Bergen. Her master’s degree was also in
translation and comparative grammar. In addition she holds BA’s in English,
Spanish and Communication, as well as courses in managing and leading public
organizations, as well as teacher training.
Lidun lectures regularly in translation, language didactics and corpus linguistics at Volda University
College, and has lectured in linguistics, translation and interpreting at Volda
University College, The University of Bergen and the Norwegian School of
Economics. She has previously taught at all levels in the Norwegian School
system, and lead the refugee service in Ulstein community. In addition, she has
had several assignments from the CLARINO 2020 project, and is now an associate
of the H2020 SSOHC (Social Sciences and Humanities Open
Cloud) project. Lidun is the founder and the general editor of Bergen Language
and Linguistics Studies (Bells.uib.no
), an open access book series.
Lidun has worked for Møreforsking since august
2017, and does research in the crossroads between education, digitalization,
social studies and linguistics.