Students of Institute of Linguistics and International Communications Participate in RFBR Project

Today much has been said about the young generation of Russian science and its future, but convincing examples to illustrate it are hardly found. Meanwhile, this future lives among us.

For example, Bachelor’s students, Master’s students and postgraduates of the Department of Linguistics and Translation Studies of the Institute of Linguistics and International Communications of South Ural State University under the guidance of Doctor of Sciences (Philology), SUSU Professor Olga Solopova are participating in the project of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR).

Postgraduate student Kseniia Marchenko explores the problems of World War II discourse and war discourse. Students Tatiana Vagina, Alina Makarova and Tatiana Peganova work with digitized archives of newspapers and magazines of Great Britain and the USA, study the images of the allies (USSR, Britain, America), the images of "war" and "peace", the image of the Soviet Union in dynamics, that is, during the pre-war, war and post-war years, which were created in the media of that era. The students prepare translations, scientific publications and speeches. For many of these works they were awarded with certificates from various competitions and conferences. Their latest translations are devoted to the theme of culture in the Urals during the Great Patriotic War.

Read interesting publications about us in foreign mass media on the website of the Iuzhnouralskaia panorama (South Ural Panorama).


Contact person: 
Office of Internet Portals and Social Media, 267-92-86
You are reporting a typo in the following text:
Simply click the "Send typo report" button to complete the report. You can also include a comment.