INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “APPROACHES TO MIGRATION, LANGUAGE AND IDENTITY”, Lausanne, 4-6 may 2017

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Ekaterina M Nedopekina

enedopekina@gmail.com
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Ekaterina M. Nedopekina, PhD in Philology, PhD in Slavic Studies (Bordeaux Montaigne University, France), Assistant of the General and Russian Linguistics Department at Philological Faculty (Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia); Deputy Dean for International Relationships at the Philology Faculty, English Language Teacher at the Institute of Retraining and Advanced Training of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, coordinator of the joint Master’s program “Russia-Europe: Languages and Cultures” (PFUR - University of Bordeaux Montaigne, France). Sphere of scientific interests: minority languages, language contacts, study of new sociolinguistic spaces and issues of linguistic and ethnic identification.

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