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Faculty of Russian Philology

The faculty trains specialists in the area of Russian Language and Philology. The educational system is the two-level one: Bachelors and Masters of Arts. The graduates of this faculty become lecturers of Russian Language and Literature. They can also be occupied in the area of translational skills. Many of them are scientific employees as well as specialists in the area of intercultural communication.


Currently 4 chairs function in the structure of this faculty:
Chair of Russian Literature
Chair of Russian Linguistics, Typology, and Theory of Communication
Chair of Russian Language (Faculties of Natural Sciences)
Chair of Russian Language (Humanities' Faculties)


Studentship is provided with an opportunity to study Greek, Polish, Bulgarian and Ukrainian languages along with other necessary subjects at this faculty.


The scientific-research activities of the faculty include researches in the theory and methodology of teaching Russian language, comparative grammar, Russian literature history, Russian-Armenian literary relations, theory and practice of translation. Lecturers of the faculty have issued a series of monographs on Russian language and Russian literature, a large number of manuals and teaching materials on Russian language, where the foreign language teaching specifications are considered.


Specialists of the faculty take an active participation in international scientific forums, annual republican and university scientific conferences, in the result of which a series of anthologies and monographs are always published.


The faculty has established relations and cooperation with universities and research institutions of Russian Federation, as well as centers of Russian Studies in a number of foreign countries.


In recent years (about 6 students annually) are provided with summer language courses in Greece and Bulgaria. Such an agreement is also signed with Poland.


The scientific-research activities of the Chair of Russian Literature are generally occupied in the area of history of Russian Literature, Armenian- Russian literary relations, historical-cultural communications and theory of literature. These researches are published in annual compilation "The December readings".


Scientific-methodical directions of the Chair of Russian Linguistics, Typology and Theory of Communication are:
1) urgent issues of modern Russian language,
2) issues of language typology,
3) theory of communication, including the issues of intercultural communication and translation.


Four equipped special auditoriums and a library are available at this faculty.


Currently more that 80 lecturers are involved in the educational process at this faculty with doctors and candidates of sciences among them.

Structure

  • Chair of Russian Linguistics, Typology, and Theory of Communication
  • Chair of Russian Literature
  • Chair of Russian Language (Faculties of Natural Sciences)
  • Chair of Russian Language (Humanities' Faculties)
  • Hellenic Center-Library
  • Cabinet of Polish Language

Lecturers




Contacts:

Dean - Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences,
Associate Professor Pavel Balayan

Dean's Office: (+374 60) 71-05-84
(inner line 55-84),
rusphil@ysu.am
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