In the period from 25 September to 6 October 2017 at the philological faculty held guest lectures PhD, head of research group, member of the General Assembly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences MihalyFresli invited by the Department of theoretical and applied linguistics (head. the Department – Dr., Professor Zhuravleva E. A.) in the framework of international cooperation for scientific seminars and lectures for faculty, doctoral students, undergraduates and students.
FresliMihaly – doctor of philological Sciences, dedicated to the study of intercultural communication, author of books, monographs, member of editorial Board of many international scientific journals, author of more than a hundred scientific articles. For more than 4 years, the Department maintains close scientific contacts with the laboratory, led by Dr. PhD FresliMihaly, 2014, prepared and published a joint collection of scientific works "Problems of intercultural communication in modern society", in 2016 in the Hungarian magazine "Hálózatkutatás. Hálózatok and (inter)diszciplínák" published a joint article FresliMihaly and head of Department E. A. Zhuravleva. Members of the Department together with colleagues from the Hungarian scientific projects.
Teachers with interest attend guest lectures PhD FresliMihaly on the theme: "Cultural networks – new approaches in intercultural communication." It is important to note that FresliMihaly is a creative teacher and scholar, enthusiastic and in love with his work. He has an amazing gift to explain complex linguistic concepts in simple and accessible language, showing and proving it in an associative form. After each lecture there is a desire to explore, to study the subject deeper, to find the most interesting facts and interpret them from the standpoint of critical thinking.
Regular seminars and lectures conducted by foreign partners, exchange of experience and knowledge – good and long-standing tradition of the Department of theoretical and applied linguistics.
ГульбагираАЮПОВА - associate Professor, Department of theoretical and applied linguistics