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Administration
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Teaching and Learning Specialist Tatiana Molchanova
Teaching and Learning Specialist Alina Ponomareva
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Book
Public Administration: Perspectives, Management and Challenges

Rubtсova M. V., Меньшикова Г. А., Пруель Н. А. et al.

NY: Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2020.

Article
COVID-19 as a Linguistic Phenomenon and its Influence on the Development of Modern Regional Terminology

Pesina S. A., Kiseleva S. V., Nella A. Trofimova et al.

Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results. 2022. Vol. 13. No. S8. P. 2985-2991.

Book chapter
Academic English assessment in times of a pandemic

Shchemeleva I., Smirnova N. V.

In bk.: International Perspectives on Teaching and Learning Academic English in Turbulent Times. Routledge, 2022. Ch. 19. P. 232-244.

Working paper
Defective or Expressive? Forms with Deviations in Brodsky’s Poetry

Panarina M. A.

Literary Studies. WP BRP. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. WP BRP 11/LS/2015 .

Conference in Ireland

Associate Professors at the School of Foreign Languages Vera Meniailo and Natalia Tuliakova took part in the conference ‘Longing and Belonging: European Network of Comparative Literary Studies 6th Biennail Congress’ that was held on August 24-28 in Dublin and Galway, Ireland. 

Vera Meniailo presented the report ‘What Does it Mean to Be English: The Problem of Identity in ‘Daniel Martin’’. Natalia Tuliakova spoke on ‘‘Desire to Ape the Man’: A Female-monk Motif in the 19th Century Literature’.