Programme

 FEDERAL STATE AUTONOMOUS
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION

 PEOPLES’ FRIENDSHIP UNIVERSITY OF RUSSIA

INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES

 LILLE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

(FRANCE)

 HIGHER INSTITUTE OF LANGUAGESOF TUNIS, UNIVERSITY OF CARTHAGE

(TUNISIA)

 A.M. GORKY INSTITUTE OF WORLD LITERATURE OF THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE

 FEDERAL STATE BUDGETARY SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION

INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGY OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF EDUCATION

4th International Scientific Interdisciplinary Conference

“Functional Aspects of Cross-Cultural Communication and Translation Issues”

November 21, 2017

Moscow

Russia

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Chair Natalia L. Sokolova, Director of the Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, PhD in Philology, Professor, Russia.

Co-chair – Natalia Guilluy-Sulikashvili, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Philology and Humanities, Lille Catholic University, PhD in Philology, France.

Co-chair – Quannes Hafiane, Director of the Higher Institute of Tunis, Carthage University, Dr. of Philology, Professor, Tunisia.

Deputy-chairSvetlana A. Sharonova, Deputy Director for Science, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Dr. of Sociology, Russia.

Members:

  • Vladislav V. Serikov, Deputy Director for Science, Institute for Strategy of Educational Development of the Russian Academy of Education, Dr. of Pedagogy, Professor, Associate member of the Russian Academy of Education, Russia.
  • Maria R. Nenarokova, Leading Researcher, Department of Classical Literatures of the West and Comparative Literary Studies, M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dr. of Philology, Professor, Russia.
  • Elena V. Butrova, Vise-President of Erzia International Art Foundation,
  • Maria G. Sergeeva, Dr. of Pedagogy, Professor, Chair of Social Pedagogy, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Russia.
  • Daria A. Kaverina, Senior Lecturer, Chair of Theory and Practice of Foreign Languages, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia.

  

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

ChairNatalia L. Sokolova, Director of the Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, PhD in Philology, Professor, Russia.

Deputy-chairSvetlana A. Sharonova, Deputy Director for Science, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Dr. of Sociology, Russia.

Members:

  • Natalia Ya. Bezrukova Deputy Director for International Relations, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Russia.
  • Ludmila A. Egorova, Head of Linguistics Department, PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Chair of Theory and Practice of Foreign Languages, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia.
  • Galina V. Zarembo, Deputy Director for Continuing Education, PhD in Phycology, Associate Professor, Chair of Theory and Practice of Foreign Languages, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia.

Secretary:

  • Svetlana A. Blinova, Senior Lecturer, Chair of Theory and Practice of Foreign Languages, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia.

Time-limit:

  • Welcome speech – 5 min;
  • Plenary speech – up to 20 min;
  • Sessions speech – 10-15 min;
  • Debate – up to 5 min.

Languages: Russian, English, French, Spain

Address:

Moscow, Miklukho-Maklaya str., 7

Institute of Foreign Languages

 

Date&time  – 21 November 2017, 12.00 p.m.

Tel.: +7(495) 434-71-60

E-mail: sharonova-sa@rudn.ru  erokhova-ns@rudn.ru   

 

Timetable

Registration Nov 21 11:00 – 12:00 Conference Hall, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Welcome speech Nov 21 12:00 – 12:30 Conference Hall, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Plenary Session Nov 21 12:30 – 14:00 Conference Hall, Faculty of Economics, RUDN University, Main Building
Break Nov 21 14:00 ‑15:00 aud. 561, 562, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Session 1 Cross-cultural communication as a factor of educational activity

 

Nov 21 15:00 – 16:30 aud. 561, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Session 2 Interrelation between functional approaches of cross-cultural communication and interpretation issues

 

Nov 21 15:00 – 16:30 aud. 557, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Session 3 Integrative approach in teaching foreign languages as a stage in the formation of a single world of educational space

 

Nov 21 15:00 – 16:30 aud. 555, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Session 4 Young scientists

 

Nov 21 15:00 – 16:30 aud. 507, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Session 5 Students’ Science Nov 21 15:00 – 16:30 aud. 510, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Session 6 Thematic “The role of the Russian language and national culture in the process of French-Russian negotiations” Nov 21 15:00 – 16:30 aud. 562, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Session 7 Thematic “Education Internationalization” Nov 21 15:00 – 16:30 aud. 508, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Session 8 Thematic on Spanish (teleconference) Nov 21 16:30 – 17:30 aud. 562, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University
Session discussion Nov 21 16:30 – 17:30 aud. 561, 557, 555, 507, 508, 510
Сlosing Ceremony Nov 21 17:30 – 18:00 Conference Hall, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University

 

PROGRAMM

Opening Ceremony

1.Welcome Speech – Natalia L. Sokolova, Director, Institute of Foreign Languages, Organizing Committee Chair, Professor, Academician of the International Teacher’s Training Academy of Science.

2.Welcome Speech – Nick Milner, Senior Tutor on York Short Courses, York University (UK).

  1. Welcome Speech – Natalia Guilluy-Sulikashvili, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Philology and Humanities, Lille Catholic University (France).
  2. Welcome Speech – Quannes Hafiane, Director of the Higher Institute of Tunis, Carthage University, Dr. of Philology, Professor, (Tunisia).
  3. Welcome Speech – Vladislav V. Serikov, Deputy Director for Science, Institute for Strategy of Educational Development of the Russian Academy of Education, Dr. of Pedagogy, Professor, Associate member of the Russian Academy of Education, (Russia).
  4. Welcome Speech – Maria R. Nenarokova, Leading Researcher, Department of Classical Literatures of the West and Comparative Literary Studies, A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dr. of Philology, Professor, (Russia).
  5. Welcome Speech – Mickhail K. Zhuravlev, President of Erzia International Art Foundation, (Russia).

PLENARY SESSION

Keynote Speakers:

  1. Vladislav V. Serikov, Deputy Director for Science, Institute for Strategy of Educational Development of the Russian Academy of Education, Dr. of Pedagogy, Professor, Associate member of the Russian Academy of Education, (Russia).

“Education Perspectives in a Global World”

  1. Anna M. Tatarinceva, of Pedagogy, Professor, Baltic International Academy (Latvia).

“Students’ Intelligences in Language Learning”

  1. Svetlana A. Yakovleva, of Philology, Professor, The National Autonomous University of Mexico, Member of the Mexican Academy of Sciences (Mexico).

“Sociocultural Functionality of Legal Documents Translation”

  1. Olga V. Alexandrova, of Philology, Professor, Deputy Dean for Research, Faculty of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia).

“World Globalization Processes and Their Reflection in The Language”

  1. Yulia L. Obolenskaya, Head of the Ibero-Roman Linguistics Department, Faculty of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia).

“Translation History as The Implementation of Intercultural Communication Mechanisms”

 

SESSION 1 CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION AS A FACTOR OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY

Organizer of the Session: Maria G. Sergeeva, Dr. of Pedagogy, Professor, Chair of Social Pedagogy, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Leading Researcher, Center for Social and Humanitarian Education, Institute for Strategy of Educational Development of the Russian Academy of Education Russia.

Alla V. Kirilina –  Dr. of Philology, Professor, Vice-Rector for Science, Moscow International Academy, Moscow.

“Communicatively Powerful Languages in The Era of Globalization: General Development Trends”

Ludmila Zh. Karavanova –  Dr. of Phycology, Professor, Full member and expert of the Eurasian Agency for Science and Education, Actual Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Associate Member of the Upper Volga Academy of Engineering, Tver.

“The Formation of Cross-Cultural Literacy as The Basis of Russian Identity”

Maria G. Sergeeva – Dr. of Pedagogy, Professor, Chair of Social Pedagogy, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Leading Researcher, Center for Social and Humanitarian Education, Institute for Strategy of Educational Development of the Russian Academy of Education Russia, Moscow.

 “The establishment of intercultural communication through the imitational workshop “Educational Firm””

Vera Yu. Barbazyuk – PhD in Philology, Military University, Moscow.

“Perspectives of Efficiency Improvement of Higher Education Institutes in The Sphere of International Educational Services”

Olesya V. Razdorskaya – PhD in Pedagogy, Kursk State Medical University, Kursk.

“Comparative Analysis of a Foreign Language and Bilingual Students’ Native Languages as the Means of Improvement of Their Linguistic Training”

Maria M. Rokotyanskaya – Senior Lecturer, Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Moscow.

“Advertisement as the Mean of Intercultural Communication”

Vera M. Zaitseva – PhD in Phycology, Smolensk State Medical University, Smolensk.

“Formation of Foreign Language, Social and Cultural Competence through Learning Eponyms Used in Scientific Publications in English as One of the Factors Contributing to the Development of Medical Schools Internationalization”

Anna I. Noskova – Assistant, Russian University of Transport, Moscow; Ekaterina I. Bantser – Assistant, Russian University of Transport, Moscow.

“Forming a Multicultural Personality in the Process of Integrated Training to Foreign Languages”

Zoya N. Kirillova – PhD in Philology, Kazan Federal University, Kazan.

“Bible in the Tatar language as Intercultural Communication between Nations”

Arina G. Zhukova – PhD in Philology, Pushkin State Russian Language Institute, Moscow;                                                                                                            Valentina V. Gerasimova – Assistant, Pushkin State Russian Language Institute, Moscow.

“Communicative Failures and Conflicts Caused by Stereotypes”

 

SESSION 2 INTERRELATION BETWEEN FUNCTIONAL APPROACHES OF CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION AND INTERPRETATION ISSUES

Organizer of the Session: Maria R. Nenarokova, Leading Researcher, Department of Classical Literatures of the West and Comparative Literary Studies, A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dr. of Philology, Professor, Moscow.

 Evgenia V. Ponomarenko –  Dr. of Philology, Professor, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), Moscow.

“On The Principles of Speech Influence in English Discourse from The Standpoint of Functionalism”

Maria R. Nenarokova, Leading Researcher, Department of Classical Literatures of the West and Comparative Literary Studies, A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dr. of Philology, Professor, Moscow.

“Poetry of William Carlos Williams. Translation and Comments”

 Sakhnun Said –  Dr. of Philology, Professor, Higher Institute of Tunis, Carthage University (Tunisia).

“National Legal Specifics and Legal Translation from Russian to Arabic”

Yulia A. Belova –  PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Bashkir State University, Ufa.

“Translation of Phraseological Units Through the Prism of Interpretive Translation Theory by M. Lederer and D. Seleskovitch”

Elvira I. Myachinskaya –  PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Saint Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg.

“Possible Translator Tactics in Rendering Culture-Specific Accent Characteristics from English to Russian”

Svetlana N. Ledeneva –  PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), Moscow.

“Cultural Characteristics of Advertising Texts: A Functional Approach”

Ekaterina S. Osipova –  PhD in Pedagogy, Senior Lecturer, Peter the Great Saint- Petersburg Polytechnic University, St. Petersburg.

“Teaching Future Interpreters in the Sphere of Professional Communication to Translate Phraseological Units via Corpus Linguistic Resources”

Olga I. Titkova –  Dr. of Pedagogy, PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Moscow International Academy, Moscow.

“Linguistic Variables and Constants in The Evolution of Social Meanings”

Anna V. Chelnokova –  PhD in Philology, Saint Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg.

“Formation of Socio-Cultural Competence in the Multicultural Society: Experience of Saint Petersburg State University in the Training of the Students of Indology”

Svetlana V. Kudrya – PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Saint Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg;

Elena N. Davtian – PhD in Medicine, Associate Professor, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, St. Petersburg.

“Variations in Interpretation of Topical Terms as a Cause of Disruption in Intercultural Academic Communication in Psychiatry (based on the Results of English and Russian Patient Questionnaires)”

  Andrei Yu. Kalinin –  Senior Lecturer, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow.

“Socio-Cultural Competence of Students of Translation Departments: Formation Strategies and Mechanisms of Assessment”

Elena V. Burina –  PhD in Philology, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow.

“Terms and Conditions of the Development of the Student’s Linguistic Persona at the Final Stage of the Study of French as a Second Foreign Language”

Yulia S. Dubkova –  Senior Lecturer, Sevastopol State University, Sevastopol.

“Abbreviation Lexicography”

Anna A. Tsvetkova –  PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Kaliningrad State Technical University, Kaliningrad.

“Language of the Deviant Humor: Black Jokes”

Irina I. Vasilieva –  PhD in History, Associate Professor, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow.

“Mixed and Collaborative Technologies in Teaching English and Translation, on the Example of a Wiki-site”

Anna I. Khlopova –  Senior Lecturer, Moscow State Linguistic University, Moscow.

“Setting the Real Meaning of the Lexeme “Tätigkeit” based on the Data of the German Associative Dictionary and the Results of the Free Associative Experiment”

 

SESSION 3 INTEGRATIVE APPROACH IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES AS A STAGE IN THE FORMATION OF A SINGLE WORLD OF EDUCATIONAL SPACE

Organizer of the Session: Natalia F. Mikheeva, Dr. of Philology, Professor, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Academician of International Academy of Sciences of Higher School Education, Academician of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Moscow.

 Natalia F. Mikheeva – Dr. of Philology, Professor, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Academician of International Academy of Sciences of Higher School Education, Academician of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Moscow.

“To The Problem of Implementing a Competence Approach in Higher Education”

Elena V. Butrova – Scientific Supervisor of Erzia International Art Foundation, Moscow.

“Joint International Art Projects as a Reason for Optimizing Intercultural Communication in Modern Society”

Maria V. Mikhailovskaya –  Senior Lecturer, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow.

“Ideologeme as an Element of the Global Vertical Context of Social and Political Discourse”

Zoya N. Afinskaya –  PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow.

“Intercultural Component of Everyday Life, or the Life between Two Worlds”

Renata R. Lukmanova –  PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Bashkir State University, Ufa.

“The Adequacy of the Translation of Culturally Marked Lexical Units from English to Russian and Vice Versa (On The Material of Texts Serving the Sphere of “Higher Education in Europe, Russia and Other Countries of the Post-Soviet Space”)”

Margarita E. Kaskova –  PhD in Pedagogy, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow.

“The Phenomenon of New Literacy”, “New Texts” and Language of Contemporary Media”

Anna R. Kim –  Lecturer, Institute of Advanced Training and Retraining, RUDN University, Moscow.

“Constructive and Destructive Aggressive Communication: Argumentativeness and Verbal Aggressiveness”

Elena A. Barsukova –  PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow.

“Musical Heritage of the USA as an Integral Part of Area Studies Students’ Cultural Literacy”

 Evgenia V. Aleshinskaya – PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, National Research Nuclear University, Moscow;                                                         Ludmila V. Rasskazova – PhD in Pedagogy, Senior Lecturer, National Research Nuclear University, Moscow.

“Forming Intercultural Communicative Competence in Studies of a Technical University by the Example of Reading Special Terminology in the English Language”

Yulia B. Tsverkun –  Senior Lecturer, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), Moscow.

“The British Higher Education Terms (Cultural-Linguistic Aspect)”

 

SESSION 4 YOUNG SCIENTISTS

Organizer of the Session: Natalia S. Erokhova, PhD in History, Institute of Foreign Languages, RUDN University, Moscow.

 Aygul A. Baibatyrova –  Postgraduate, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Astana (Kazakhstan).

“Metadiscursive Strategies of Effective Multicultural Academic Communication”

Yan Kai –  Postgraduate, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (China).

“The Name of the Basic Emotions in еhe Russian Language Against the Background of the Chinese Linguistic Culture: The Linguacultural Aspect”

Chang Xiangyu –  Postgraduate, Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai (China).

“About Cultural Gaps in Russian and Chinese Languages and the Ways of Their Translation”

Elena A. Golubenko –  Postgraduate, 3rd Central Research Institute of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Bronnitsy, Moscow oblast.

“The Representation of the Concept “War” in the Lexico-Semantic System of the Japanese Language as a Fragment of Socio-Cultural Reality”

Victoria S. Kovalenko –  Postgraduate, Saratov State University, Saratov.

“Problems of Modern Pseudo Anglicisms in Russian and French”