News: My graduate student Mariia Robak, MA has received the DAAD Prize for outstanding achievements by international students at German universities.
I am an assistant professor (Akademischer Rat) in the Department of Slavic Studies at the University of Bamberg, where I teach a wide range of topics in Slavic linguistics. My research is concerned with variability and dynamicity of linguistic structure. I am particularly interested in phonetics and phonology of Slavic, bilingual practices, sociolinguistics and cognitive linguistics.
I supervise master's theses and final projects in the bachelor's degree program in Slavic Studies. Current advisees are Martin Marinkov and Nigina Makhmudova, BA.
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