Dr.  Vladimir Feshchenko


Arbeit vor Ort am Kolleg:
01/02/2021 - 31/07/2021
  • F2 – Boundaries between language(s)
  • F3 – Boundaries between culture(s)
  • Linguistic poetics
  • Language and literature
  • Theoretical linguistics
  • Semiotics
  • Russian, English and French language and 20th century literature
  • History of linguistic ideas
  • Russian and European Avant-Garde art
  • Contemporary Russian and American poetry
Laufende Projekte:

An abstract to the fellow’s recent project can be accessed via this link.


A list of publications can be accessed via this link.


Current positions

Senior Research Fellow, candidate of philology (equivalent to PhD), Institute of Linguistics, RAS

Academic Employment

2006 – present: Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. Deputy Head of Research and Education Center “Modern Communication Theory and Practice”. Organizer of conferences, seminars and round tables. Supervisor, manager and consultant of grant-funded projects. Lecturer, PhD supervisor and consultant

2001-2004: Post-Graduate Research Assistant, Theoretical Linguistics, Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

2001-2005: Teacher, “Modern Education” College, Moscow


Candidate of Philological Sciences (equivalent of Ph.D.) General Linguistics, Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2001-2004. (dissertation “Language Experiment in Russian and English Poetics of 1910-1920s”, supervised by academician Prof. Dr. Yury S. Stepanov). Specialization: Theory of Language

Diploma of Higher Education (equivalent of BA/MA) English Philology, Moscow City Teachers’ Training University. 1996-2001. (thesis “Language Personality in the Printed Interview (British musical press)”). Qualification: Teacher of English and German. Specialization: Philology

Certificate of French language acquisition (A level), VKHS-CIUS, Fribourg, Switzerland. 2009. Qualification: speaker of French language

Fellowships, Grants and Prizes

Award of the Russian Academy of Sciences for young researchers in the domain of languages and literature for the monograph “Laboratory of the Logos. Linguistic Experimentation in Avant-Garde Writings”, 2011