Oksana Tsaregorodtseva

CURRICULUM VITAE

Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva

 

Department of Philology

National Research Tomsk State University

34, Lenin prospect, room 23

Tomsk 634041, Russia

phone: (+73822) 534899 (work)

mobile: +79061988567

E-Mail: caregrad@yandex.ru

 

Place of birth: Nizhniy Khuranah, Russia

Date of birth: January, 06 1984

Marital status: single

Citizenship: Russia

Residentship: Russia

 

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EDUCATION:

Oct. 2006-                  TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

2009                           Postgraduate study leading to “Kandidat Nauk” in Philology

Sept.2001-Jul. 2006   TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

“Diploma with distinction” (majors: Philology, Education)

ADVANCED

TRAINING:

 

NEW BULGARIAN UNIVERSITY 2016 23rd International Summer School in Cognitive Science

TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY 2015 – Statistics in humanities studies

NEW BULGARIAN UNIVERSITY 2014 21st International Summer School in Cognitive Science

TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY 2013 – E-prime experiment generator program

TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY 2013 – Social robotics and convergent technologies (workshop)

TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY 2012 –  Knowledge management, organizational development and academic globalization (workshop)

TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY 2011 – Information Technologies in social and humanities studies

MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY 2011  – Teacher Training Course Foundations of European culture (Antiquity, Medieval Studies, Greek, and Latin terminology)

EXPERIENCE:

Jan. 2014 – present    TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Department of Philology, Assistant Professor

March 2014 – present TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Laboratory for Cognitive studies in Language, Senior Research Fellow

Apr. 2007 – Jan. 2014              TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Department of Philology,  Senior member of the Teaching Staff

2007                              TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Department of Humanitarian Informatics, Lab-Assistant

Apr. 2007 – present      TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Department of General Classic Linguistics

* Teaching Psycholinguistics

* Teaching Experimental Linguistics

*Teaching Language and brain

*Teaching  Latin, Ancient Greek

*Teaching  Information Technologies

*Teaching Web-site Creation

 

 

Department of General Classic Linguistics; graduate student

* Russian ‘light-words’ in Indo-European context (semantic aspect)

 

HONORS:                  Oxford-Russia Fund Teacher scholarship

 

SKILLS:                     Experienced with computer applications:

MS Office, web-site creation technologies, Internet technologies;  E – prime 2.0, Eye-tracker system SMI RED 500 (Experiment Suite 360)

LANGUAGES:          Russian-native, English-upper-intermediate.

RESEARCH

INTERESTS:            psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, language processing, action and perception, semantics, etymology

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Journal papers

 

1)   Tsaregorodtseva O. V., Miklashevsky A. A. Different Languages, Same Sun, and Same Grass: Do Linguistic Stimuli Influence Attention Shifts in Russian? //Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences. – 2015. – Т. 215. – С. 279-286. (In English)

2)   Alexey A. Miklashevskiy, Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  Influence of linguistic stimuli on the vertical attention shift// The Russian Journal of Cognitive Science, 2014, vol. 1 (1–2) (in Russian)

3)   Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  Semantic history of the Russian light-words: issue of semantic evolution // Tomsk State University Scientific Journal of Philology. – № 3 (11). Tomsk, 2010. – P. 48 – 60. (in Russian)

4)   Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  Implementation of the semantic model «to shine» → «to darken» in the system of the Russian light-words and their derivatives // Language and culture. – № 2 (10). – Tomsk, 2010. – P. 67-76. (in Russian)

5)   Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  History and etymology of the Russian light-words, ascending to the Slavic root  *svet-// Tomsk State University Scientific Journal. № 324, July, 2009. – P. 56 – 60. (in Russian)

6)   Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  Derivatives of the root *leuk- in the Russian language/ / State University Scientific Journal. Operational scientific information bulletin. – № 111. – Tomsk, 2006. – P. 87-92. (in Russian)

 

Peer-reviewed conference papers

 

7)   Janyan, A., Vankov, I., Tsaregorodtseva, O., & Miklashevsky, A.  Remember down, read up, look down: Does a word modulate eye trajectory away from remembered location? // Cognitive processing 16 (1), 259-263. (In English)

8)   Novikova, E.G., Janyan, A., & Tsaregorodtseva, O.V. Metaphorical salience in artistic text processing: Evidence from eye movement //Perception. – 2015. – С. 0301006615596692. (In English)

9)   Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  Implementation of the semantic model «to shine» → «to darken» in the Greek and Russian languages// Synchronic and diachronic comparative linguistics. – M.: Dobrosvet, Publishing House KDU, 2011. – P. 266 – 271.(in Russian)

10)         Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  Words with light semantics and human mind activity semantics //Classical Philology in Siberia: Reports of the VII Science Conference «Current issues of classical philology and comparative linguistics» and regional scientific-methodical council of classical philology. – Tomsk, 2011. – P. 146 – 154. (in Russian)

11)           Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  Etymology and semantics of the Russian light-word сверкать (to sparkle) in the Russian language//Classical Philology in Siberia: Reports of the VI Science Conference «Current issues of classical philology and comparative linguistics» and regional scientific-methodical council of classical philology. – Tomsk, 2008. – P. 109 – 195. (in Russian)

12)          Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  Semantic relations of light, peace and war meanings ​​ in the Russian language/ / Reports of the II International Conference «Peace research and peace discourse in the education system», June 14-15, 2007. Tomsk, 2008. – P. 78 – 81. (in Russian)

13)         Oksana V. Tsaregorodtseva  Semantics and etymology of the main symbols of light in the classical and Russian languages// Language and Culture: Reports of the XIX International Scientific Conference, 30-31 October 2006. Tomsk, 2008. – P. 121 – 128. (in Russian)

 

 

 

 

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