Tatiana Ivushkina

Doctor of Philology, Professor English Language Department №3 - Head of Department

Professor at English Department №3 since 2010.
Head of English Language Department №3 since 2020.
Doctor of Philology, Advanced PhD from Moscow State University for the thesis on «Socio-linguistic aspects of English speech development (in speech portrayals of the upper classes of Great Britain in the 19th — 20th centuries English Literature)».

Scientific editor of the Journal ‘Philology at MGIMO/ Linguistics & Polyglot Studies’.

Visiting professor at Ramapo College of New Jersey (USA) 2001-2003, 2006-2008.

Supervisor at post-graduate and master program schools for students majoring in linguistics.

Published: 95 works including articles, monographs and manuals (in co-authorship included).

Lectures: English stylistics, Theory & Practice of Intercultural Communication, Interaction of Language & Culture for students of baccalaureate and post-graduate students.

Fields of research interests: social linguistics, stylistics, stylization in speech portrayals, upper-class speech, English & American literature and culture, innovative methods of teaching and intercultural communication.

A regular participant of international conferences in literature and linguistics, initiator of a series of international video bridges and projects («The World is Small») with students from the USA, France and Japan.

Disciplines taught: different aspects of the English language.

Education: a teacher of English and German.