Zoya I. Rezanova

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Faculty of Philology

National Research Tomsk State University

34, Lenina prospect, room 23

Tomsk 634041, Russia

phone: (+73822) 534899 (work), (+73822) 526789 (home)

mobile: +79039522347

E-Mail: rezanovazi@mail.ru

 

Place of birth: Altai Krai, Russia

Date of birth: march 1957

Marital status: single

Citizenship: Russia

Residentship: Russia

 

 

EDUCATION:

 

May 1997 – TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

“Doctor Nauk” in Philology, doctoral dissertation “Functional aspect of word formation: Russian derivative noun”

1980-1983 – TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Postgraduate study leading to “Kandidat Nauk” in Philology, dissertation “Word formation potential of noun”

1979-1980 – TOMSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Intern researcher

Sept.1974-Jul. 1979 – ALTAI STATE UNIVERSITY

Diploma with distinction (Philologist.Teacher of Russian language and literature)

 

ADVANCED TRAINING:

 

E-prime experiment generator program, TSU, 2013.

Cognitive Studies of Language, Columbia University, USA, 2011.

Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of Philology, 2009.

Comparative Linguistics. University of L ‘Orientale, Faculty of literature and philosophy, Italy, Naples, 2008.

Comparative Linguistics. Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, 2009.
EXPERIENCE:

 

2010 present – Head of the laboratory “Cognitive Studies in Language”

Research Areas:

Corpus Linguistics

Cognitive Linguistics
 

1992 present – Head of the Department of General and Slavic-Russian linguistics and classical philology at National Research Tomsk State University.

 

1991 1992 Associate Professor of the Department of General and Slavic-Russian linguistics and classical philology at the Tomsk State University.

 

Lecture courses:

“General Linguistics”

Special lecture courses:

“The functional aspect of the word”

“Metaphorical fragment of the Russian language picture of the world”

 

1998 1991 - Lecturer of the Department of General and Slavic-Russian linguistics and classical philology at the Tomsk State University.

 

 

Lecture courses:

“Lexicology of the modern Russian language”

Course of practical training:

“Introduction to Linguistics”

Seminars:

“Russian dialectal word formation”

“Derivational potential of Russian vocabulary”

 

1988 1989 Lecturer of the Department of Foreign Languages, Wuhan University (China).

Course: “Russian as a foreign language”

 

1984 1988 – Assistant Professor, Faculty of Philology, Tomsk State University

Practical training courses:

“Phonetics of modern Russian”

“Lexicology of modern Russian”

“Word formation, morphology of modern Russian”

“Stylistics and Speech”

 

1983 1984 – Assistant of the Language laboratory at the Department of Russian Philology at Tomsk State University

 

HONORS:

 

Silver medal “Gratitude for the contribution to the development of Tomsk University”, 2013

Certificate of Appreciation issued by Tomsk Oblast Administration, 2012

Certificate of Appreciation issued by Tomsk State University, 2012

Award winner of the Tomsk region contest in the field of education , science, health and culture “For excellence in education and research that promote the prestige of Tomsk scientific and educational complex in the country and the world”, 2011

Award winner of the nomination “For outstanding achievements in education” in the contest for outstanding achievements in science, education , literature and art held by Tomsk State University, 2010

Gratitude for a significant contribution to the training of highly qualified specialists and scientific-pedagogical personnel, awarded by the State Duma of Tomsk Oblast, 2007

Award winner of the Tomsk region contest in the field of education, science, health and culture “For excellence in education and research that promote the prestige of Tomsk scientific and educational complex in the country and the world, 2005

“400 years of the city of Tomsk” Jubilee Medal, 2004

Certificate of Appreciation issued by Administration of Tomsk, 2003

Award winner of the Tomsk State University contest “For outstanding achievements in science, education, literature and art”. Nomination: For the best scientific work in the humanities, 1996

Honorary title ‘Honorary Worker of Higher Vocational Education”, 2000

Diploma of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, 1998

Medal of Merit of Tomsk State University, 1998

 

COMPUTER SKILLS:

 

Experienced user of MS Office and Internet applications

 

LANGUAGES:

 

Russian – native

English – pre-intermediate

German – elementary

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Cognitive linguistics, discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, linguistic expertise, Russian word formation, Russian dialectology, name philosophy, sociolinguistics

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Monographs

Rezanova Zoya I., Functional aspect of word formation: Russian derivative noun. Publishing house of Tomsk University, Tomsk, 1996, 218 p.; in Russian.

 

Сo-author,scientific editorof monographs

Russian pictures of the world: modern media discourse / Z.I Rezanova, L.I.Ermolenkina, E.A. Kostyashina etc.; Ed. Z.I Rezanova. – Tomsk: PH SC-C, 2011. – 288 p. (Chapter: Discursive pictures of the world); in Russian.

Nostalgia for the Soviet / Ed. by Z.I. Rezanova. Tomsk State. University Press,Tomsk. PH TSU. 2011. –510 p. (Chapters: Preface; “Soviet person” mythologem in post-Perestroika epoch contexts: myth reconstruction); in Russian.

Russian pictures of the world: images of language in the discourses and texts / Ed. by Z.I. Rezanova. Tomsk State University Press,Tomsk. 2009 (Chapters: The internal form of language in metalinguistic contexts of virtual communication (based on closed chats of roleplayers).

Russian pictures of the world: the language models of space / Ed. Z.I. Rezanova. Tomsk, 2007 (Chapter: Spatial metaphors in linguistic text); in Russian.

Russian pictures of the world: Axiology in language and text / Ed. Z.I. Rezanova. Tomsk State. University Press, 2005, 354 p. (Chapters: Axiological picture of the world of modern chat communication; Diminutive derivation of nouns in the mechanisms of expression of evaluation); in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I., Mishankina N.A., Katunin D.A. Metaphorical fragment of Russian language picture of the world: the key concepts / Ed. Z.I. Rezanova. Voronezh, Ed., 2003, 210 p.; in Russian.

 

Co-author of monographs

Everyday metalinguistic minds: the ontological and epistemological aspects / Ed. N.D. Golev. Part 2. Kemerovo, Barnaul, Alt. St.University Press, 2009. (Chapter: Image of language in the metalanguage as reflected in virtual communication (based on closed chat roleplayers); in Russian.

Everyday metalinguistic minds: the ontological and epistemological aspects / Ed. N.D. Golev. Part 1. Kemerovo, Barnaul, Alt. St. University Press, 2009. (Chapter: Myth and Science: metalinguistic reflection of the relationship between the name and the referent in the history of philosophy and linguistics); in Russian.

The Soviet culture in the past and the present: monograph. In 2 parts / Ed. N.A. Kupina. O.A. Mikhailova. – Yekaterinburg: Urals University Press, 2009. V. 1. – 244 p. (Chapter: The Soviet intertext in the discourse of regional media: transformation and function); in Russian.

Dialectal word formation and morphemics morphophonology. St. Petersburg: Nauka, Vologda: SGMP, 2007. 304 p.; in Russian.

Tomsk Scientific School dialectological research. Historiographical essay / Ed. O.I. Blinova, Tomsk, 2006. – 392 p.; in Russian.

An attempt at a dialect clustered derivational dictionary. Tomsk: PH TSU, 1992. 234 p; in Russian.

Semantic questions of derivation. Word production. Tomsk State University Press, Tomsk 1991. 273 p.; in Russian.

Russian dialects of Middle Ob. Part 2. Ed. O.I/ Blinova, Tomsk 1989; in Russian.

 

Articlesin journals (2013-2008)

Rezanova Zoya I., Romanov Alexandr S., Meshcheryakov Roman V. Selecting text features relevant for authorship attribution // Tomsk State University Journal of Philology. 2013. № 6 (26). P. 38–52. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Conflict in linguistic consciousness of Russian language speakers (by association experiment) // Tomsk State University Journal of Philology. 2013. № 3 (23). P. 34–42. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Institutional and personal presentation of national and cultural identity in Internet communication: genre forms and discursive strategies // Tomsk State University Journal. 2013. № 375. P. 33–41. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Romanov Alexandr S., Meshcheryakov Roman V. Tasks of author attribution of text in the aspect of gender (on interdisciplinary interaction of linguistics and computer science) // Tomsk State University Journal. 2013. № 370. P. 24–28. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Reversible metaphorical models: semantic and functional asymmetry. Article 1. Tomsk State University. Journal of philology. 2012.№2. P.30-43. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Discourse strategies of presentation of national cultural identity // Tomsk State University Journal of Cultural Studies and Art History. 2012. № 4 (8). P. 40–54. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I . Semiotic representation of national cultural identity in the city text. Tomsk State University Journal of Cultural Studies and Art History. 2012. № 3 (7). P. 19-28. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I., Komissarova Olga.V. Metaphor in modeling gender opposition: methods of analysis, typology. Scientific Journal, Language and Culture. 2012. №2(18). P. 80-90. . Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I., Komissarova Olga.V. Metaphor in modeling of gender opposition: fragment of the Russian language picture of the world. Siberian Journal of philology. 2012. № 2. P. 184‑192. Novosibirsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I.,Dai Inli Metaphorical modeling of formal and content speech aspects in the Russian and Chinese languages. Scientific Journal, Language and Culture. 2011, № 2 (14). P.89-102. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Language and discourse picture of the world – aspects of parities, Siberian Journal of philology, 2011, №3 P. 184-194, Novosibirsk, in Russian.

 Rezanova Zoya I.,Dai Inli Metaphoric nomination of speech and speaking in Russia and Chinese as the means of objectivation of image components of language. Kokshetau State University Bulletin, 2011 P. 177-18, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Gender metaphor: typology, lexicographic interpretation, context representation. Tomsk State University. Journal of philology. №2011, №2 (14), P. 47-57 Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. The name and the myth in the linguistic philosophical and positive-linguistic interpretation of the 20 century. Tomsk State University Journal of philology (№ 3 (5) 2009, P.32 – 48, Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Metaphorical segment of the Russian language picture of the world: ideas, methods, solutions. Tomsk State University. Journal of philology(2010, № 1, P.26-43. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Mythological representation of “Tomsk – Siberian Athens” in the communicative tactics of publicist discourse (on the material of Tomsk weekly periodicals). Scientific Journal Language and Culture. 2010. №1(9). P. 74 –84, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Cognitive linguistics in the paradigms of linguistic functionalism, and integral concepts of cognition. Tomsk State University Journal. № 334, 2010), P. 195- 194. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Elite (n), elite (adj), elitist: semantics and functioning. Scientific Journal Language and Culture 2009. №2 (6). P. 6 –79. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. The inner form of the word as the object of metalingual reflection in chat communication conditions. Scientific Journal Language and Culture. 2008, №1, P.78 – 85. Tomsk, in Russian.

Rezanova Zoya I. Transformations of Soviet stereotypes and mythologems in the discourse of regional mass media. Scientific Journal Language and Culture. 2008, № 3, P.63 – 71. Tomsk, in Russian.

 

Projects that have received grants funds (2003-2013):

 

Head of Projects:

 

“The Soviet culture in modern society: Transformation and Prospects” (Tomsk Research Group). INO-Center, the program “Centers for Interregional Studies in the Social Sciences” (MION), 2008. (I.V.Tubalova, Y.A. Emer).

“Nostalgia for the Soviet in the social and cultural context of modern Russia.” INO-Center, the program “Centers for Interregional Studies in the Social Sciences” (MION), 2008. ( I.V.Tubalova, Y.A. Emer, V.A. Suchanov, L.I.Ermolenkina, N.A. Mishankina , A.C. Shcherbinin).

“Mechanisms of Language Modeling of Virtual Reality.” INO-Center, the program “Centers for Interregional Studies in the Social Sciences” (MION), 2004-2005 (N.A. Mishankina).

“Metaphorical fragment of the Russian language picture of the world.” INO-Center, the program “Centers for Interregional Studies in the Social Sciences” (MION), 2000-2001(D.A. Katunin, N.A. Mishankina).

“Discourse multivariation of modern Siberian city inhabitants as a result of socio-cultural dynamics of the Russian province.” Russian Foundation for Humanities (RFH), 2007 (D.A. Katunin, N.A. Mishankina, L.I.Ermolenkina).

“Tomsk city text as a mechanism for modeling the socio-cultural space of the city.” Russian Foundation for Humanities (RFH), 2009 (L.I.Ermolenkina, E.A. Kostyashina).

 

Head of research projects in cognitive research of young scientists, grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR):

2009 – Basalaieva E. (Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University);

2010 – Feshchenko O. (Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University);

2011 – Galimova D. (Amur State University).

 

Member of the project:

 

“Cognitive models of text-derivation in communicative existence of personality” (2010-13); Federal Target Program RF (FTP RF); (head of project – Tubalova I.V.).

“The multi-study of Russian dialects of Middle Ob”, 2003, Grant of the Council for Grants of the President of the Russian Federation (head of project – Blinova O.I.).

 

Scientific adviser OFdissertation research (DOKTOR NAUK):

 

Efanova L.G. Category of norms in the Russian language picture of the world. Tomsk, 2013.

Emer Y.A. Linguistic models of the world in the modern folk songs: cognitive discourse analysis. Tomsk, 2011.

Gorbunova L.I. Cognitive image of a situation as a basis for semantic structure of units of attribute-locative language model. Tomsk, 2011.

Mishankina N.A. Linguistic and cognitive modeling of scientific discourse. Tomsk, 2010.

Dronova L.P. Formation and evolution of modal evaluation of the Russian lexicon: the ethno-linguistic aspect. Tomsk, 2006.

 

Scientific adviser OFdissertation research (KANDIDAT NAUK):

 

Naidina D.S. Metaphor in the process of manipulating in modern media discourse (based on thematic subdiscourse “Oil and Gas Business”). Tomsk, 2013.

Komissarova O.V. Metaphorical modeling of gender opposition in Russian language. Tomsk, 2012.

Poturaeva E.A. Metaphorical interpretation of the conceptual sphere of “Дом” in the Russian language picture of the world. Tomsk, 2011.

Dai Yingli. Metaphorical interpretation of the concept “Язык” (based on the metaphor of speech activity in the Russian and Chinese). Tomsk, 2011.

Horechko U.V. Metaphorical models in scientific historical discourse (based on “The Complete Course of Lectures on Russian History” by S.F. Platonov”). Kemerovo, 2011.

Galimova D.N. Metaphorical picture of the world of Russian dialects of Amur Region. Tomsk, 2010.

Ovsyannikova V.V. Metaphorical models in scientific geological discourse. Tomsk, 2010.

Kostyashina E.A. Interaction of discourses in the text of a popular scientific medical journal. Tomsk, 2009.

Denisova N.V. Advertising genres of scientific-educational discourse. Tomsk, 2008.

Kobernik L.N. Feelings and emotions in the interpretation of metaphors of Russian dialect (based on the dialects of middle Ob). Tomsk, 2007.

Nadeina L.V. Semantics of movement in the interpretation of Russian dialect metaphor. Tomsk, 2007.

Kositskaya F.L. Writing-speech genres of advertising discourse of fashion in contrastive aspect (based on French and Russian fashion catalogs). Tomsk, 2005.

Katunin D.A. Time in the mirror Russian metaphor. Tomsk, 2005.

Nagel O.V. Russian nominal derivational models of syncretic semantics (cognitive-functional aspect). Tomsk, 2005.

Marugina. N.I. Metaphor in the processes of text-derivation (based on Bulgakov’s novel “Heart of a Dog” and its translation). Tomsk, 2005.

Petrochenko M.N. Semantic components “ours and theirs” in the folklore and dialect everyday texts. Tomsk, 2005.

Razina I.G. Mechanisms of text derivation: semantics – syntactics – pragmatics (based on Vladimir Nabokov’s novel “King, Queen, Knave” and its translation into English). Tomsk, 2005.

Mukhacheva A.M. Spatial metaphors as a fragment of the Russian language picture of the world. Tomsk, 2004.

Makavchik V.O. Aspectual-temporal categorization of Russian verbs in language consciousness of Russian speakers. Tomsk, 2004.

Ermolenkina L.I. Metaphorical modeling of ethical and aesthetic evaluation person in Russian folk dialects. Tomsk, 2003.

Mishankina N.A. The phenomenon of sound in the interpretation of Russian metaphor. Tomsk, 2002.

Kolpakova L.V. Function of names of nominal classes in the text. Tomsk, 2000.

Shishkina T.A. The organizing principle of nominative subsystems in the lexicon of Russian dialects (attempt at typological description). Tomsk, 2000.

Emer Y.A. The noun form of the verb in dialect text (communicative-functional aspect). Tomsk, 1999.

Poryadina R.N. Function of the modification patterns of word-building in Russian dialects of Middle Ob. Tomsk, 1996.

Oglezneva E.A. Nominative field of derivative of concrete semantics noun in Russian dialects of the Amur Region. Tomsk, 1996.