Educational and Scientific Center of Humanitarian Education

Head of the Department

Last Updated: Monday, 23 July 2018 13:23

Neshko Svetlana Ihorevna

Head of the Department

Candidate of Philological Science, Associate Professor

Specialist in Linguistics, author of more than 29 research papers, among which 21 articles and conference highlights, 7 study guides, co-author of two textbooks.

The research priorities are Linguistics, Germanic Philology, Semantic and Stylistic Research into English and Ukrainian.

In the framework of the dissertation research she studied affixes of a modern English and distributed them into connotative groups, proved the significance of the theoretical comprehension of the grammatical and lexical meaning and co-meaning of affixes influencing the connotative meaning of lexical units. Moreover, she specified the research areas of the word by combining its denotative and connotative aspects, therefore it is the connotation as a complex dynamic phenomenon of the language and speech which allows defining the whole set of word co-meanings.

Besides, she analyzed connotative differences of the stems in the interlingual comparison in order to improve possible ways to express connotative co-meanings, and revealed the ethnical specific nature of the connotative phenomenon in the affixal systems of English and German. Thus, the comprehensive connotative analysis of word-forming language elements, with subsequent distribution of these elements into two basic groups: language and speech affixes, was conducted. And on the basis of affixes, for the first time, the connotative synonymic rows and defined inter-language differences between English and German were described.

Neshko S.I. is a practicing translator for many years and heads of a translation team within the TEMPUS international program aimed at popularization of scientific achievements by Ukrainian academics within the European environment, an author of literary translations published by the Mikko publishing house, a co-author of a Ukrainian-Russian-English-French-Polish phrasebook in rail engineering and in the framework of Euro 2012 developed a syllabi of English classes for employees of the Southern Railway.

In 2016 Neshko S.I. developed the site of the Department which provides study guides and remote consultations for students.

Rewards:

Certificate of Appreciation from the Kharkov District Council (2008)

Medal of Honour “Railway Glory” of the 3rd level (2010)

Official appreciations from the Acting Director General of Ukrzaliznitsa (2010)

Biographic information:

 

1997: graduation from Kharkiv State University V.N. Karazin in Speciality “The English Language and Literature”, specialization “Philology, teacher of English language and literature”;

2002: completion of the post-graduate course under UkrSART; the dissertation was defended in a specialized academic council under Kharkiv National University in Speciality 10.02.04 “German languages”.

2003: an academic degree of Associate Professor;

Since 2015: Head the Foreign Languages Department.