Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor Department of World Literature.
In 1996 she graduated from the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages with a degree in English, Russian Language and Literature. In 2016 she defended her dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philology in the specialty 10.02.02 - Russian language. Topic: "Universation in the Russian language: structural-semantic and onomasiological description."
At the Department of World Literature teaches the following disciplines:
First (bachelor's) level:
- Foreign literature (XVII-XVIII centuries, XIX century (romanticism-realism), the turn of the XIX-XX centuries).
Manages pedagogical practice, course, bachelor's and master's theses.
Research interests: systematic linguistic and literary space, active processes of modern Slavic word formation, theory of nomination, complex cases of the modern morphological system of the Russian language; problems of poetics of foreign literature of the twentieth century.
Publications: 80, of which 1 - monograph, 69 - scientific publications (of which: 51 - in professional journals) and 5 - educational and methodological nature.
In 2015, she completed an internship at the Summer School, conducted by BTU CS (Germany) with the support of DAAD "Greening the Curriculum" / Greening the Curriculum - Integration of Sustainability Aspects into University Education.