Irina Dolgova, PhD

  • Senior Lector II in Slavic Languages and Literatures

Irina Dolgova received her BA and PhD from Leningrad (St. Petersburg) State University in Russia. Her interests include applied linguistics and second language acquisition. She teaches courses on Second-Year Russian, Aspects of Russian Grammar and Teaching Methodologies, and she coordinates the First-Year Russian Program.

  • PhD, Leningrad State University , 1984
  • BA, Leningrad State University, 1978
  • "Interior and Exterior System of the Proverb as a Micro Text". Tula, Russia: Tula UP, 1990.
  • With V. Mokienko. “A. Birikh and Russkij Jazyk.” In Words about Russian. A Reader. 1990.
International activities
  • Teaching
    Russia (2002-2002)
    Yale Summer Programs “Yale in St. Petersburg,” Yale University & St. Petersburg University, 2002

  • Teaching
    Russia (1985-1991)
    Associate Professor, Department of Russian at Leningrad State University, Russia, 1985-1991