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Orobeva Ekaterina Aleksandrovna


Place of study: Irkutsk State University, Irkutsk, Russia

Status: graduate student of Oriental Studies Department

Scientific major: translation of literary texts, translation quality assessment, translation of Russian classics into Japanese, phraseology, background knowledge 

Important publications:

  1. Orobyova, E. To the issue of translation quality of fiction from Russian into Japanese (on the material of translations of short stories by A.P. Chekhov) / E. А. Orobyova // Proceedings of the International Scientific and Practical Conference the Vth Gotlib’s readings: Oriental and Asia-Pacific Regional Studies within the framework of transdisciplinary Regionology». – 2021. – P. 412-419.
  2. Orobeva, E. A. The role of background knowledge in the translation of phraseological units into Japanese / E. A. Orobeva // International Scientific and Practical Conference “Philological education and the modern world”. – 2021. – P. 72-75.

Trazanova Natalya Yurievna


Place of work: Irkutsk State University, Irkutsk, Russia

Academic degree: Candidate of Philological Sciences

Post: Assistant Professor of Oriental Studies Department

Specialty from nomenclature of scientific specialties (Code of Higher Attestation Commission):  10.02.19 – Theory of language

Scientific major: axiological linguistics, phraseology and paramiology of Japanese language, semiotics.

Important publications

  1. Trazanova N. Yu. Paramiology as a specific semiotic space / N. Yu. Trazanova // Semiometry of significant cultural and social senses: science journal / ed. E. F. Serebrennikova. – Irkutsk, 2011. – P. 260-270.
  2. Trazanova N. Yu. Axiological parametrization: code and cipher of linguoculture: monography / N. Yu. Trazanova // LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2012. – 300 p.
  3. Trazanova N. Yu. Riddle as a fragment of a linguocultural code (on the material of Japanese riddles) / / N. Yu. Trazanova // Collection of research papers of the Vth International virtual Scientific and Practical Conference «Recent issues of Oriental Studies: problems and perspectives». – Ussuriisk, 2014. – P. 106-111.
  4. Trazanova N. Yu. Lexicology of Japanese Language: tutorial / N. Yu. Trazanova. – The second edition. – Irkutsk: Publishing House of ISU. – 2017. – 87 p.
  5. Trazanova N. Yu. The core components of gastronomical code in Japanese eating habit: rice and beans (on the material of Japanese paramiology) / N. Yu. Trazanova // Theory and practice of Regional Studies: collection of research papers of the II International Scientific and Practical Conference of Regional Studies, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia. – St. Petersburg, 2020. – P. 439-449.
  6. Trazanova N. Yu. Modelling of gastronomical code of Japanese linguoculture / N. Yu. Trazanova // Dynamics and statics in understanding of language reality: approaches, phenomena, ways of representation: monography under the general editorship of E.F. Serebrennikova. – Irkutsk, Publishing House of ISU, 2021. – P. 232-253.
  7. Ignatieva A., Trazanova N. The concept of kotodama as a fragment of Japanese linguocultural code / A. Ignatieva, N. Trazanova // SHS Web of Conferences. 14th Session of Euro-Asian Law Congress “The value of law” 2021. – 2022. – С. 00157. DOI 10.1051/shsconf/202213400157.

Litovchenko Daria Alekseevna


Place of study: Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education“Siberian Federal University”, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

Status: 4th-year undergraduate student in the field of 45.03.02 “Linguistics”.

Scientific major: linguoculturology, linguoculturological concept, value worldview, language worldview, Japanese language

Kozachina Anna Vladimirovna


Place of work: Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education “Siberian Federal University”

Academic degree: Ph.D. in Philology

Post: Associate professor of the Department of Oriental Languages

Specialty from nomenclature of scientific specialties (Code of Higher Attestation Commission):  10.02.19 – Linguistic Theory

Scientific major: Japanese language, discursive linguistics, discourse-analysis, critical discourse-analysis, pedagogical linguistics, pedagogical discourse, legitimation.

Important publications:

  1. Kozachina A.V., Temerova O.A. Linguistic Means of Constructing the Image of Japan in Pedagogical Discourse. SibScript. 2023. No 25(1). Pp. 20–26.
  2. Kolmogorova A.V., Kozachina A.V. Discursive Strategies of Legitimating Institutionalized Values in Educational Settings: Experience of Japan // Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities and Social Sciences. 2020. №13 (12). Pp. 1985‒1994 (Scopus Q2).
  3. Kozachina A.V. The Mythopoesis Strategy of Legitimating Institutionalized Values in Pedagogical Discourse // Tomsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin. 2020. No 6 (212). Pp. 20–26.
  4. Kozachina A.V. Legitimizing Strategies in Japanese Pedagogical Discourse (based on “The Course of Moral Education”). // Actual Problems of Philology and Pedagogical Linguistics. 2018. No 4 (32). Pp. 39–46.

Slastnikova Tamara Vasilevna


Place of work: Moscow City University, Moscow, Russia

Academic degree: PhD

Academic status:  Associate Professor

Post: Associate Professor of  Roman philology department

Specialty from nomenclature of scientific specialties (Code of Higher Attestation Commission):  10.02.05 Romance languages

Scientific major: Lexicology, Semantics 

Important publications:

  1. Slastnikova, T. V. Color and color designation in linguistic research / T. V. Slastnikova, E. I. Cherkashina. – Moscow : Limited Liability Company “Languages of the Peoples of the World”, 2021. – 240 p. – ISBN 978-5-6046262-0-7. – EDN DLSYUC.
  2. Kouléchova The modal nuances of generic statements in modern French / A. Kouléchova, T. Slastnikova // Studia Romanistica. – 2019. – Vol. 19. – № 1. – P. 47-60. – EDN AVQQCC.

Manerova Kristina Valerievna


Place of work: Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Academic degree: Candidate of Sciences in Philology

Academic status:  Docent

Post: Associate Professor of Department of German Philology  

Specialty from nomenclature of scientific specialties (Code of Higher Attestation Commission):  10.02.04 – Germanic languages

Scientific major: German phraseology, German lexicology, Discourse Linguistics 

Important publications:

  1. Manerova,V. (2022).Variation of pronunciation norm and meaning in light of semantic-cognitive analysis: german idiom das A und O. Nauchnyi dialog. Issue. 11. 7. pp. 74-98 (In Russian).
  2. Manerova, (2020). Die Russische Entsprechung für Internationale Solidarität als ideologisches Fahnenphrasem im diskursiven Vergleich 1953-1982. Sprache & SprachenS. pp. 57-77.
  3. Manerova, K. (2019). Kulturell bedingte Merkmale deutscher und russischer Phraseme im Vergleich. Kommunikative Praktiken in sozialen Kontexten. Sprachliche Mittel im Einsatz.  “Projekt Angewandte Linguistik” Berlin. pp. 53-66.
  4. Manerova K.V. (2019). [Meaning ambiguity of idiom-constructions Gott weiß / weiß Gott in German. Discursive secularization as precondition for phraseological meaning].Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Language and Literature. 16 (1): 88–104. https://doi.org/10.21638/spbu09.2019.107 (In Russian)
  5. Manerova K.V. (2019). Constructive formalization of phraseoreflexes Gott weiß / weiß Gott in German. Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Language and Literature. 16 (2): 259- https://doi.org/10.21638/spbu09.2019.207 (In Russian).

Chalaya Yuliya Petrovna


Place of work: Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education “Sevastopol State University”, Sevastopol, Russia

Academic degree: Candidate of Philology

Academic status:  Associate professor

Post: Associate professor of Translation Studies department

Specialty from nomenclature of scientific specialties (Code of Higher Attestation Commission):  10.02.16 – Translation Studies

Scientific major: cognitive linguistics, linguistic axiology, theory and practice of translation, semiotics

  1. Important publications:
  2. Chalaya Yu. P. Global vertical context of the era in the translation of Victorian novels / Yu. P. Chalaya  // Modern Humanities Success. – 2020. – vol. 3. – pp. 201-205.
  3. Chalaya Yu. P. The symbolism of color and flowers in Victorian novels and their translations into Russian / Yu. P. Chalaya // Modern Humanities Success. – 2021. – vol. 5. – pp. 155-157.

Morgun Victoria Gennadievna


Place of work: Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

Status: senior lecturer of Oriental Languages Department

Scientific major: translation theory, cognitive linguistics, cognitive-discursive practices, Chinese linguoculture

Important publications:

  1. Morgun V. G. «National» and «Universal» in Chinese Translation Theory / G. Morgun // Kazan Science. – Kazan: Russian Science Publ. house, 2020. – Vol. 4. – P. 90-96.
  2. Morgun V. G. Linguistic representation of the «scientist’s spirit» image in Chinese and Russian media discourses (exemplified by news articles) / G. Morgun // Bulletin of Omsk State Pedagogical University. Humanitarian Studies. – 2021. – Vol. 4. – P. 82-87.

Smirnova Evgenia Evgenievna


Place of work: Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education «Moscow state linguistic university», Moscow, Russia

Post: research scientist at Centre for Socio-Cognitive Discourse Studies

Status: PhD student of the Department of General and Comparative Linguistics

Scientific major: film discourse, discourse analysis, authoritarian film discourse

Elizarova Evgeniya Andreevna


Place of work: State Budget General Education Institution of the city of Moscow «School № 887», Moscow, Russia

Place of Study: Moscow City University

Status: PhD degree seeker, Department of the Romance Philology

Academic Supervisor: Larisa G. Vikulova, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Deputy Director for Scientific Research, Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow City University

Scientific major: comparative linguistics, digital discourse, communicative strategies.

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