Emma B. Yakovleva

Head of the Department of Linguistics, Centre for Academic Research and Informational Studies in the Humanities

Academic degrees

2005: Doctor of Science in Germanic Languages. Moscow State Linguistic University (Russia), Department of Applied and Experimental Linguistics. Thesis title “Phonetic formation of German spontaneous polylogical speech”.

1996: PhD in Structural, Applied and Mathematical Linguistics. Moscow State Linguistic University (Russia), Department of Applied and Experimental Linguistics. Thesis title “Prosodic means of German spontaneous dialogical text segmentation”.

Education

1976: Kalinin Blagoveschensk State Pedagogical Institute

Work experience

Teaching activities

Lecture courses

Language practice courses

Awards and honors

2019: Certificate of honor of the Russian Academy of Sciences

2019: INION RAN’s certificate of honor for great contribution to the development of the Institute

2019: Moscow State Linguistic University certificate of appreciation to the Dissertation Council member for contribution to the development of science, training of qualified scientific personnel, active and fruitful work

2019: Scientific and Educational Complex “Fundamental Sciences”’s 55th anniversary gratitude for high professional skills and conscientious work

2019: Bauman Moscow State Technical University gratitude for the fruitful and conscientious work

2011: Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation certificate of honor for many years of work on the development and improvement of the educational process, a significant contribution to the training of highly qualified specialists

2009: Ministry of Education and Science of Samara Region certificate of honor for significant contribution to the training of highly qualified specialists, development of scientific research

2008: Samara State University certificate of honor for long-term conscientious work on the training of highly qualified specialists in the system of higher education

1986: Kuibyshev State University gratitude for hard work, achievements in professional and public work

1984: Kuibyshev State University gratitude for the achievements in professional and social life

Total number of scholarly publications is 226.

Major publications

Jakovleva E.B. (2019). The Great Migration and linguistic situation in Northwest Europe. Moscow: INION RAN.

Jakovleva E.B. (2016). Speech hesitations: formal and functional aspects. Moscow: INION RAN.

Jakovleva E.B. (2013). Structural-pragmatic typology of spontaneous polylogical discourse (book chapter). In: Interaction of Language and Culture: Problems of Linguaculturology and Pragmalinguistics. Tambov: Derzhavin Tambov State University.

Jakovleva E.B. (2006). Multilateral forms of communication: polylogue as an object of linguistic analysis. Moscow: INION RAN.

Jakovleva E.B. (2004). The specificity of German polylogical speech. Moscow: Moscow State Linguistic University.

Jakovleva E.B. (2003). From dialogue to polylogue. Moscow: Moscow: Moscow State Linguistic University.

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