Anisimov Andrey Borisovich

Associate Professor

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Education: Two diplomas. 1998 – Faculty of Law and History. 1999 – Faculty of Modern Languages. Academic rank and degrees: 2007 – Candidate of Philology (a first postgraduate academic degree in Russia, roughly equivalent to PhD). Duties: Head of graduate qualification works for students of the Department of Translation and Interpretion, NEFU. Member of the State Examination Board at the Department of Translation and Interpretion, NEFU. Head of students’ scientific group “Theory and History of Modern English and American Literature”. Biography: From 1999 to 2003 – Teacher of the Department of Modern Languages for the Humanities, NEFU. From 2003 to 2005 – full-time postgraduate degree courses at the Department of Russian and Foreign Literature, Faculty of Philology, NEFU. 2007 – PhD defense “Philosophy of history and genre peculiarities of Mary Stewart’s Arthurian Pentalogy”, Moscow State Pedagogical University (MSPU). Research advisor – PhD., professor, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic Sakha (Yakutia) Anatoly Alekseevich Burtsev. Since 2008 – Associate professor, Department of Translation and Interpretion, Institute of Modern Languages and Regional Studies, NEFU. Achievements and promotion: 2005 – Sakha Republic President Grant for young scientists. 2005 – Holder of the Scholarship awarded by Sakha Republic Academy of Sciences. Author of more than 30 academic papers, one monograph, two electronic learning resources, a lot of teaching materials. Research interests – foreign literature, literary translation, intercultural communication. Participation in various international, national and regional scientific conferences. Currently, Andrey Borisovich is working on his doctoral dissertation "Historical and literary roots of the fantasy genre" (Scientific advisor - PhD, professor E.V. Zharinov). Skill improvement: 2005 – advanced training courses at the Department of World Literature, Moscow State Pedagogical University. April-May 2014 – academic visitor at Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge, UK). Conducting a lecture for Anglia Ruskin University teachers and students (“An Analysis of Mary Stewart's Arthurian Romance”). October 2014 – academic visitor at the University of Manchester (Manchester, UK). Research Grant: “Compiling an Evenk-English Dictionary”. Research Grant Director awarded by Russian Foundation for the Humanities (2014-2015) Relevant professional experience: 17 years