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I was born in Russia in 1977. At the age of 13 I moved to Rome, Italy. I am perfectly bilingual speaking Russian and Italian as mother tongues. I graduated from the high school in 1996.
I got my MA degree cum laude in Historical and general linguistics at Sapienza University of Rome in 2001. My MA dissertation concerned some linguistic and cultural aspects of the Gothic version of the New Testament. Soon after I was admitted at the PhD course in Historical linguistics and history of the Italian language (a joint PhD course from Universities of Rome, Viterbo and Lecce). My PhD research concerned the history of the linguistic thought in the Ancient India, particularly the Sanskrit grammar by P??ini (V c. BC). In this period I attended twice to the Summer school in historical linguistics organized by the Italian Society of Historical Linguistics (SIG) at the University of Udine.
In 2005–2009 I obtained a post-doc fellowship at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, Sapienza University of Rome. During this period I some experience in teaching Syntax (introductory level) and Indo-European linguistics (especially German languages). In 2010 I taught Russian at the University of L‘Aquila (Abruzzo region, Italy).
In 2011 I became an Assistant Professor of Historical and General Linguistics at the Faculty of Humanities (FiLeSUSO), Sapienza University of Rome. Actually I am teaching introductory classes in general linguistics and phonetics at the Institute of Oriental Studies at the same University.
My main research fields are: Historical linguistics of the Indo-European languages (Sanskrit, Middle-Indian languages, Greek, Latin, Gothic, Old Russian), Modern Japanese, writing systems, general functionalist linguistics (especially Syntax), history of linguistics (especially the ancient traditions), philosophy of language and pragmatics (especially the semiotics of indexicality, the vagueness of language).
I presented papers at some peer-reviewed international conferences on several topics (ranging from Sanskrit studies to syntax and philosophy of language). I am collaborating as a peer-reviewer with an Italian association of young scholars (Libera la ricerca). I am a member of the organizing committee of a series of yearly conferences of young scholars dealing with Asian studies (Coffee Break Conferences).
Beside Italian and Russian, I can speak and write English and can read French, German and Spanish. As for the ancient languages, I have a good knowledge of Ancient Greek, Latin, Sanskrit and Gothic.
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