Annegret Voigt is an EFL teacher for the VARIAGE research project. She has a B.A. in English Literature and Linguistics, as well as Film Studies from the University of Zurich. Her B.A. thesis was conducted in the field of perceptual dialectology and researched the attitudes of Swiss high school students towards different English dialects. It is titled "Swiss Second Language Learners' Attitudes Towards English: A Perceptual Study".
Annegret is currently completing her M.A. in English Literature and Linguistics, and Social Studies at the University of Zurich. Her ongoing Master's thesis project explores Swiss EFL attitudes and uses of gender-neutral singular 'they' pronouns. After her Master's degree, she plans on completing the teaching diploma.
Furthermore, Annegret has been working as a private tutor since 2015. Her research interests are perceptual dialectology, foreign language acquisition, and dialectology.