Ph.D. candidate, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
I am a third-year PhD candidate in Linguistics at Lomonosov Moscow State University, investigating agreement variation in Russian. I am also interested in nonfinite clauses, i.e. infinitives and nominalizations, and negative polarity items licensing. In my research I primarily use methods of experimental syntax with particular interest in linguistic variation.
April 2022 — Our team has won grant award from Russian Science Foundation on our new project «Parametric model of agreement in the light of experimental data» (RSF Project 22-18-00037 realized at Lomonosov Moscow State University). Learn more.
December 2021 — The volume “Russian islands in the light of experimental data” is published! This volume presents the first step in the full-scale study of island constraints in Russian. Together with E. Lyutikova I was an editor of this volume. Learn more.
Contact & Profiles:
Quantitative Methods of Investigating Grammar
(A Case Study of Agreement Variation in Russian)
For my dissertation, I am conducting a multifactorial study of binominal copular clauses in Russian. My goal is to define a set of parameters that determine agreement variation and investigate whether this set depends on grammatical profiles of individual speakers.
My supervisor is Prof. Dr. Habil. Ekaterina Lyutikova.
2019 – now Ph.D. candidate, Applied and Computational Linguistics,
2017 – 2019 M.A., Theoretical and Applied Linguistics (with honors)
2013 – 2017 B.A., Theoretical and Applied Linguistics (with honors)
Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
Lomonosov Moscow State University
2021 – now Junior Researcher,
Research Computing Center at Lomonosov MSU
2019 – 2020 Research Assistant,
Pushkin State Russian Language Institute
2016 – 2018 Research Assistant,
Moscow Pedagogical State University