45th International Philological Research Conference

Plenary session

Plenary session
Sergey Igorevich Monakhov
head of research area

Plenary session

Sergey Igorevich Monakhov
head of section

Discussion Platforms

In 2016, the conference hosts three literature-related discussion platforms, which are arranged as follows:
— reports by the guest speakers,
— reports by the conference speakers, who have applied to take part in the conference by submitting an abstract and a brief overview of the report in time for the deadline,
— discussing the results of the conference during the round-table discussions.
Sergey Igorevich Monakhov
head of research area

Foundations of Historicising Readings

Andrey Dmitrievich Stepanov
head of section
Natalya Savelyevna Movnina
head of section

National Literary Canon

Igor Nikolaevich Sukhikh
head of section

History of Literature

The ’History of Literature’ chronologically traces the history of literature from late 17th to early 21th centuries. It discusses both general and specific issues related to the literature in Russia and abroad in the New Time. It discusses the works of various writers, poetics, rhetoric, topography, textology, relations between Russian and foreign literatures, series of past events in the history of literature, its periods of development, literary movements, genres, and styles. Preferably, in the reports the detailed analysis should be performed in a more general context of the history of literary culture and its key series of events related to the sections, accordingly.



Sergey Igorevich Monakhov
head of research area

Literary Culture in Russia in the 18th Century

Evgeniy Mikhailovich Matveev
head of section

Russian Literary Process in the 19th Century

Irina Eduardovna Vasilyeva
head of section
Kirill Yuryevich Zubkov
head of section

Literary Process in Russia in the First Half of the 20th Century

Nikolay Aleksandrovich Guskov
head of section

Methodology in Language Teaching

The research area ‘Methodology in Language Teaching’ comprises three sections with a focus on the theory and practice of teaching foreign languages and Russian as a foreign language, in particular, testing in language teaching to adults and school children.



Nina Aleksandrovna Lyubimova
head of research area

Russian as a Foreign Language and RFL Teaching Methods

Nina Aleksandrovna Lyubimova
head of section

Testology (Test Research)

Irina Yuryevna Pavlovskaya
head of section

General Linguistics

The research area ‘General and Applied Linguistics’ brings together sections with a focus on theoretical and applied linguistics and discusses typologically oriented, comparative, theoretical research and research on specific aspects of linguistics. It welcomes the reports on the following: general linguistics, history of linguistics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, phonology, and comparative poetics.
Elena Viktorovna Gorbova
head of research area

Grammar and Lexicon

Nataliya Arsenyevna Slepokurova
head of section

History of Linguistics

Patrick Sériot
head of section
Yuriy Aleksandrovich Kleiner
head of section

Psycholinguistics

Tatyana Vladimirovna Chernigovskaya
head of section
Elena Igorevna Riekhakaynen
head of section

Sociolinguistics

Viktoria Borisovna Gulida
head of section

Comparative Poetics

Petr Valeryevich Shuvalov
head of section

Phonology

Aleksey Viktorovich Andronov
head of section

Romance and Germanic Philology

‘Romance and Germanic Philology’ is concerned with history of and current state of affairs in the Romance and Germanic languages, including: grammar, lexicology, phraseology, and theory of translation.



Nataliya Grigoryevna Med
head of research area

Grammar: Romance and Germanic Philology

Nadezhda Amirshoevna Shadrina
head of section

Discourse and Variability of the English Language

Tatyana Ivanovna Petukhova
head of section

History of Language: Romance and Germanic Philology

Galina Andreevna Baeva
head of section

Lexicology and Phraseology: Romance and Germanic Philology

Nataliya Grigoryevna Med
head of section

Russian Language

The research area ‘Russian Language’ rounds off the investigations of the history of the Russian language and its current state of affairs carried out on various sources and with various research methods. It welcomes the reports with a focus on general issues of the theory of linguistics of, primarily, Russian language, and detailed research of Russian grammar, lexicology and lexicography, stylistics and standards of speech, dialectology in synchrony and diachrony.



Anton Anatolyevich Stepikhov
head of research area

Current Issues of Grammar Studies: Russian and Slavonic Studies

Vladimir Pavlovich Kazakov
head of section
Svetlana Vadimovna Vyatkina
head of section

History of the Russian Language and Written Tradition

Mikhail Borisovich Popov
head of section
Tatyana Igorevna Afanasyeva
head of section

Lexicology. Lexicography: Russian and Slavonic Studies

Tatyana Semenovna Sadova
head of section

Russian Dialectology

Olga Vladimirovna Vasilyeva
head of section

Russian Language and Mentality

Vladimir Viktorovich Kolesov
head of section
Ludmila Nikolaevna Donina
head of section

Stylistics

Ludmila Vladimirovna Zubova
head of section

Slavonic Studies

The research area ‘Slavonic Studies’ overarches five sections on full spectrum of current Slavonic studies with a particular focus on Slavonic linguistics and literature studies along with history, ethnography, cultural studies and art studies. Language and culture are regarded in synchrony and diachrony, isolated or in relations to each other, in contrastive aspect, including with the non-Slavonic languages and cultures.



Andrey Nikolaevich Sobolev
head of research area
Sergey Ivanovich Nikolaev
head of research area

Andreev Readings: Slavonic Literatures and Literary Relations

Olga Valeryevna Guseva
head of section

Slavonic and Germanic Comparative Linguistics

Marina Yuryevna Kotova
head of section

Slavonic Linguistics

Andrey Vladimirovich Babanov
head of section

Slavonic Phraseology in Modern Mass Media: Journalist Discourse

Valeriy Mikhailovich Mokienko
head of section

Fedorov Readings

The research area ‘Fedorov readings’ traditionally welcomes scholars who are professionally engaged in theory, history and methodology of translation, which correlates to the fundamental research areas developed at the Department of English Philology and Translation, SPbU. The sections discusses general issues of theory of translation, applied aspects of translation studies, literary translation, computer-assisted translation tools, inter-language communication, methodology in translation teaching. Presumably, there may be held a round-table discussion on ‘Professiogram of a translator today’.



Viktor Ivanovich Shadrin
head of research area

Current Issues in Translation Studies

Viktor Ivanovich Shadrin
head of section

Literary Translation

Tamara Anatolyevna Kazakova
head of section

Methodology in Translation Teaching

Andrey Valentinovich Achkasov
head of section

Other sections

Other sections
Sergey Igorevich Monakhov
head of research area
Andrey Nikolaevich Sobolev
head of research area

Balkan Studies, Modern Greek and Byzantine Philology

Dmitriy Aleksandrovich Chernoglazov
head of section

The Bible and Christian Writings

Anatoliy Alekseevich Alekseev
head of section

Cinema|text

Luybov Dmitrievna Bugaeva
head of section

Classical Philology

Olga Vladimirovna Budaragina
head of section

Field Linguistics

Natalya Viktorovna Bogdanova-Beglaryan
head of section

Applied and Computational Linguistics

Maria Vladimirovna Khokhlova
head of section

Modern and Postmodern

Aleksandr Vasilyevich Belobratov
head of section

Ural Studies

Nataliya Nikolaevna Kolpakova
head of section

Phonetics

Pavel Anatolyevich Skrelin
head of section

French Readings: Cross-Cultural Communication between Russia and France

Tatyana Solomonovna Taymanova
head of section