Department of Russian Language
Dr. hab. in Philology, Professor
State awards, honors, recognitions
Distinguished Professor of RSUH
Academic and educational activity
Over 320 publications, including 10 books and chapters in collective monographs. Since 1991 – Head of the permanent seminar on the theory and practice of nonverbal communication (nonverbal semiotics).
Courses taught at RSUH: Lexicography (traditional and computational), Linguistic foundations of the theory of dialogue, Sign relations in text, Non-verbal semiotics, Semantics and lexicology of the modern Russian language, Selected issues of the logical analysis of the language".
Lectured at: St. Petersburg State University, Southern Federal University, Novosibirsk, Biysk, Blagoveshchensk State Universities, other universities of the RF; Wellesley College, Yale University, Michigan University, Rochester University (USA), Mcquarie University (Sydney, Australia), Universities of Bologna, Berlin, Potsdam, Frankfurt, Jena, Vienna, Klagenfurt, Graz, Warsaw, Alma-Aty, College of London, etc.
Area of expertise
General semiotics, non-verbal semiotics, semantics and syntax of natural language, logical analysis of language, dialogue theory.