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Harvard Linguistic Circle

In order to study the existing resources for exchanging and storage of the results of modern linguistic research, 2nd year PhD  student L. Savelyva visited the Harvard Linguistic Circle, where the resource http://openlinguistics.org/ was presented by Professor M. Jasby.  »»»

Stanford University: PhD student presentation "Particles in Russian, English and German"

In April 2019, a second-year PhD student, Lyudmila Savelyeva, presented the results of her dissertation research in the report “Particles in English, Russian and German” at Stanford University as part of the Stanford Russian-American Forum. The report contained examples of particles' functions in the Russian language in the novel by M.A. Bulgakova "The Master and Margarita". The presenntation also contained information on how to translate particles into German and English.  »»»

Yale University: Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Library and the Sterling Memorial Library

To expand the theoretical basis for particle research in English and German, 2-year graduate student Savelyeva L.A. conducted work with materials from major libraries at Yale University (New Haven, USA): Anne and Robert Bass and the Sterling Memorial Library. The Sterling Memorial Library is the largest library at Yale University and contains over 4 million volumes, the main of which are devoted to humanitarian research.  »»»

Yale University and Beinecke Library

Within the particle research in Russian, English and German a graduate student L.A. Savelyeva visited Yale University, Department of Linguistics, to participate in the conference "Identifying (In) definiteness: from Silent Morpho-syntax to Semantics"  on March 29, 2019. L.A. Saveleva has also conducted research with topic-related materials in Yale University libraries: the Beinecke Library of rare books and manuscripts and the Sterling Memorial Library.  »»»