- No current announcements.
- Sociolinguistics, American English, American Studies, Comparative and Historical Linguistics, and History of the English language
Courses in the WS 18/19
- American and British Lexical Equivalents. Kriviy Rig, Ukraine: Octanpress, 2012.
- Divergence and Convergence of Regional Varieties of English. Kiev, Ukraine: Linguistics University, 2000.
- “Obsolete and Historical Americanisms in Colonial Period”. Science & Education. A New Dimension. Philology. Hungary. 2018.
- “Culture and Language Issues: from Blue stocking to Manhole”. Athens Journal of Philology, 2017.
- “New England Lexis and Its Signatures”. Science & Education. A New Dimension. Philology. Hungary. 2016.
- “Language and Culture in the USA in the 19th century: Eye-witness Accounts”. Science & Education. A New Dimension. Philology. Hungary. 2015.
- “American English in the 19th Century and Cultural Environment”. Lviv National University, Ukraine. 2015.
- “Language and Social Issues – from Dutch comfort to Ginger”. Science & Education. A New Dimension. Philology. Hungary. 2014.
- “Variation of the English Language: Regional and Social Forms”. Volgograd State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation. 2014.
- “American English in the 18th c.: from Colonial to National”. Science & Education. A New Dimension. Philology. Hungary. 2014.
- “Language Variation and Language Standard in English”. Science & Education. A New Dimension. Philology. Hungary. 2013.
- “Formation of American English Literary Standard and Cultural Factors”. Kharkiv National University Series, Ukraine. 2013.
- “Alice Fahs, The Imagined Civil War (Book Review)”. American Studies International. Washington, USA. 2002.
Professional Honors, Awards, Fellowships
- From 2017 – Member of the German Fulbright Alumni Association
- From 2016 – Academic Member of the Athens Institute for Education and Research, Literature Research Unit, Languages & Linguistics. Greece
- From 2001 – Member of Ukrainian Fulbright Alumni Association
- 2001/2002 – Fulbright Fellow: George Washington University, American Studies Department, Washington DC, USA
- 1996/1997 – Regional Scholar Exchange Program (RSEP) Fellow: Kennan Institute & Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA