Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology

Head - І.О Golubovska, doctor of philological sciences, professor
Phone Numbers - 239-34-15; 34-15
Room №141

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The sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology prepares bachelors, specialists and masters in "classical philology”, which was reopened in Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University in 1993. Students study Ancient Greek, Latin language and Literature, receive general linguistic training, and from 2003-2004 academic year also study one of the Western European languages, which gives them an opportunity after graduation from university to be teachers, not only of the classical languages, but also other living languages.
Professors of the sub-department teach, apart from subjects of classical philology, discipline related to general linguistics studies that is: introduction to linguistics, General Linguistics, History of Linguistics and others.
Normative courses of the sub-department include: Latin, Ancient Greek, Romanian, Ancient Literature, Byzantine Literature, History of Greek and Latin languages, Ancient Mythology, History of Ancient Art etc. Special courses and seminars include: “Medieval Latin in Ukraine," "Law Latin", "Medical and Biological Latin”, "Legal Latin” etc.
Professors of the sub-department also teach compulsory courses of Latin and Ancient Greek at other departments of the University: Historical, Department of Law, Philosophical Department, Economics and the Institute of International Relations.
During the last years, professors of the department published 4 text books, including: Introduction to comparative-historical linguistics by S.V. Semchynskyy, Ancient Greek and “Latin Language” by L. Zvonska, Latin by V.N. Mironova; 3 dealing with the Latin language by A.G. Mikhailova, S.P. Grytsenko, 2 monographs by M.A. Sobutskyy, I.O. Golubovska; a large number of scientific articles on problems of classical philology and general linguistics.
The Department conducts postgraduate studies on the following specialities: Classical Languages, some Indo-European languages, General Linguistics, Comparative-historical and Typological Linguistics.
In 1997-2003 year professors of the sub-department defended 10 candidate dissertations and 1 doctoral dissertation.
In accordance with the last scientific projects of the sub-department it’s professors prepared Encyclopaedic Dictionary and Latin-Ukrainian Dictionary. For publication in 2000 department held the international scientific conference in memory of prof. S.V. Semchynsky and released 2 volumes of scientific articles, entitled "Professor S. Semchynskyy and modern philology”. The sub-department maintains international scientific contacts with universities of Russia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Italy, Germany and other countries.

The sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology has existed as such, and under this name since 1955. Previously it was called "The department of comparative and historical grammar of Indo-European languages" starting from 1886 – it was changed Professor F.I. Knauer (1849 - 1917). From 1914 the sub-department, which changed its name to "Department of General Linguistics”, was headed by Professor (later Academician) M.Y. Kalynovych (1888 - 1949). During 1949 - 1951 the sub-department was chaired by associate professor I.P. Suntsova (1904 - 1996), who was the founder of the Laboratory of Experimental Phonetics which has been affiliated to the department since 1944. In 1951 - 1955 the іги-department was chaired by renowned linguist professor A. Beletsky (1911 - 1996).
From the founding of the university sub-department of Classical Philology exist in the form of two sub-departments - the sub-department of Greek literature and Roman Philology sub-department, chaired by professors M.U. Yakubovych and I.Y. Neykirhom, later professors E. Skvortsova, V.I. Modestovy, F.G. Mishchenko, Y.A. Kulakovsky, A.I. Sonni and others. After 1917 the teaching of classical languages in higher education establishments was abolished and only subsequently renewed. In 1936 the renewed sub-department of Latin language was chaired V.F. Suboch who was shot in 1941. In 1944 sub-department of Classical Philology was headed by V.P. Petrovskiy and in1946 it was A.A. Beletsky who chaired it.
In 1951 the Department of Classical Philology was chaired by correspondent member of The Academy of Sciences of the USSR I.M. Kirichenko (1889 - 1955) because A. Beletsky moved to the sub-department of General Linguistics. In 1955 the Department of Classical Philology was merged with the Department of General Linguistics under the direction of professor A. Beletsky.
From 1978 to 1999 the merger was led by honoured worker of Ukrainian education, an honorary academician of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, honorary doctor (Doctor Honoris causa) of Kluzkoy university professor. S.V. Semchynsky. In 2000-2001 M.A. Sobutsky was an acting chair of the sub-department. Later the sub-department was headed by L.Zvonska (2001-2002), V.F.Chemes (2002-2003). Since June 2005 it has been headed by I.O. Holubovska.
Irina Holubovska - Doctor of Sciences in Philology, professor, head of the sub-department.
In 1979 she graduated from the Faculty of Philology of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. In 1979-1986 she worked at the preparatory department for foreign citizens where she taught the practical course of Russian. In 1983-1985 professor Holubovska was on a business trip abroad (Conakry, Guinea). In 1986-1989 she underwent post-graduate studies at the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In 1989 she defended her candidate dissertation “Structural Semantic Peculiarities of Verbal Polysemy”.

Since 1992 she has worked as associate professor of General Linguistics and Classical Philology Department. She taught such courses as “Introduction to Linguistics”, “General Linguistics”, “The History of Language Studies”. During 1986-2001 she spent time abroad on a business trip (the Republic of China, Taiwan, Tamshui, Tamkan University). In 2001 according to student survey she was announced the best lecturer of Tamkan University. In 2003 during the International Competition sponsored by Tamkan University Holubovska I.O. won the prize for her monograph “Ethnic features of world language patterns” (Russian version).
During 2001-2004 she underwent post-doctoral studies at the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In 2004 she defended her doctoral dissertation "Ethnospecific Constants of Linguistic Consciousness" in the speciality of General Linguistics.
During her scholarly scientific career I.A.Holubovska published 62 scientific works, including 10 in English and 1 in Chinese.
Valery Chemes – Candidate of sciences philology, associate professor.
In 1978 he graduated from the Department of Philology of Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University. From 1978 to 1981 he worked as a teacher of Ukrainian language and literature at school № 195, Kyiv, while undergoing postgraduate studies at the department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology which he completed in 1984. Since 1981 he was excepted for the position of assistant lecturer of the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In 1986 he defended the candidate dissertation "Functioning of literary language in foreign language environment". From April 1984 to December 1989 he served as acting Deputy Dean for part-time (evening) studies and external studies. In April 1987 he was promoted to assistant professor. In October 1989 - associate professor. In 1991 V.F. Chemesu was awarded the academic rank of associate professor. During 1992-1995 underwent post-doctoral studies. In 1999-2000, 2002-2005 he was acting as the head of the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology.
He authored 62 scientific works, 10 methodical works. He compiled edited collection of scientific articles "Scientific legacy of Professor S. Semchynskiy and modern philology" in two parts (Kyiv, 2001). He actively participated in the research work on the state budget as a deputy supervisor and editor of the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology (topic №585 "World Languages" - Encyclopaedic Dictionary, research supervisor prof. S. V. Semchynskiy).

He was Scientific Secretary of the Academic Board of the department. Since 2000 he’s been a member of the Ukrainian language Scientific-Methodological Council of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
Natalia Boyko- assistant lecturer.
In 1999 she graduated from the sub-department of "Classical Philology” of Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University, in 2004 she completed her postgraduate studies. Since 1996 she’s worked as an assistant of the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology.
The area of scientific interests includes ancient mythology, Latin and Ancient Greek epigraphy, medieval Latin.
She has 12 scientific and 2 training methodological works.
Fionilla Nikitina - Doctor of Sciences in Philology, professor.
In 1948-1953 she studied at the Department of Classical Philology of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. In 1953-1956 she has her postgraduate studies. From 1956 worked as a assistant professor. In 1957 she defended her candidate dissertation "The role of Ancient Phonetics Greek for comparative historical phonetics of Indo-European languages”. She taught Latin and Ancient Greek languages at the Department of Philology, Latin at the Historical, Law and Biological Departments. In 1960 she chaired a methodical council on Structural and Applied Linguistics, taught relevant courses and special courses to students of the Department of Philology. In 1961 with the creation of the Division of Structural and Applied Linguistics at the Department of Philology, she taught a number of linguistic disciplines at this division. During 1964-1980 she headed the sub-department of mathematical linguistics. In 1969 the sub-department was moved to the newly-created Department of Cybernetics. In 1973-1981 she was executive editor of the scientific yearbook "Structural and Mathematical Linguistics”. In 1973 she defended her doctoral dissertation "Influence of analogy on word formation”. In 1975 she received the academic rank of professor, during 1980-1982 she headed the sub-department of Russian language at the preparatory department for foreign citizens of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. In 1981-1982 she was executive editor of linguistic journal "Methods of teaching the Russian language to foreigners” (issues5 to 6), headed methodological union of professors of Russian as a foreign language. During 1982-1987 she headed the sub-department of Russian at Kiev Higher education anti-missile Engineering Scholl). In 1987 she returned to the university and worked till 1998 as a professor of the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. She taught Introduction to Linguistics, General Linguistics, History of the Latin Language, History of Ancient Greek, Hermeneutics, History of Ancient Culture and others.

She has about 200 publications, the author of a series of articles in the USE (Ukrainian Soviet Encyclopaedia) and the UE (Ukrainian Encyclopaedia).
Elena Yeromina – assistant lecturer
In 1985 she graduated from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, majoring in Roman and Germanic languages and literatures, and gained the linguist qualification of teacher of French and Latin languages, translator from French; in 1996 she completed her postgraduate studies.
During 1988-1998 she worked as an assistant of sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. Since 2004 she has worked as an assistant lecturer of the same department. She has 14 years total teaching experience.
Lesya Zvonska - Candidate of sciences in Philology sciences, associate professor.
During 1983-1988 she studied at the Department of Foreign Languages at Lviv State University. Since 1993 she has worked at the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology of the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University as a teacher of Hellenistic cycle in 1993-1997 she worked as an assistant lecturer, in 1997-1999 – assistant professor, in 1999 she become an associate professor. In 1999 she defended her candidate dissertation "Irregular phenomena in the verb system of Ancient Greek in the classical period (functional semantic aspect)”. During her work at the department she taught the following courses: Greek Language, History, Ancient Greek Language, Greek Dialectology, Ancient versification, Ancient Rhetoric, Hermeneutics of works of Greek authors, Greek Epigraphy and Palaeography. Since 2003 she’s been undergoing post-doctoral studies.
She also participated in international scientific conferences in Ukraine, Russia, lectured at the University of Warsaw (Poland).
In 1998 she got the prize of a Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University for publishing the first professional textbook in Ukraine Ancient Greek for students of the division of Classical Philology. L. L. Zvonska is a board member of the Ukrainian Bible Association, editor of the Modern Translation of the Bible from Greek primary source.
Olesya Laser-Pankiv – assistant lecturer.
In 1999 she graduated from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, received the qualification of Linguist, MA in Classical Philology and Ukrainian language and Literature, in 2003 completed her postgraduate studies. Since 1999 she’s worked as an assistant lecturer of General Linguistics and Classical Philology Department. Laser-Pankiv O.V. teaches standard courses of Latin at the Historical, Law Departments, the Institute of Philology, Institute of International Relations and Kyiv Humanities Lyceum, standard course of the Greek language the Philosophical Department and Greek Hermeneutics for students majoring in Classical Philology.

Olga Lefterova - Candidate of sciences in Philology, associate professor.
In 1985 she graduated from the Department of Roman and Germanic Philology of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. After her graduation she took the position of assistant lecturer at the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In 1990-1993 she underwent postgraduate studies which she was trained at the University of Warsaw. In 1998 she defended her candidate dissertation "Background information and its Role in Individual Speech (on the basis of Latin treatises by S. Orihovsky)”. In 1999 she was promoted to the assistant professor and in 2002 got the academic rank of associate professor. She teaches standard courses of Latin language, Methods of Classical Languages, Vulgar Latin.
The scope of scientific interest includes Vulgar Latin, history of Latin, textual criticism.
Sergey Luchkanyn - Candidate of sciences in Philology, associate professor.
During 1989-1994 he studied at the Department of Philology of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, simultaneously, during 1990-1994 he studied the Romanian language and literature as his second major. In 1995 he passed a qualifying examination in the Latin language. In 1993-1994 he worked at the Institute of Ukrainian Studies as an assistant, junior researcher. During 1994-1997 he underwent postgraduate studies at the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In 1997 he defended his candidate Dissertation "The universal and idio-ethnic in the Ukrainian and Romanian grammar theories at end of XVI - the beginning of XIX centuries”. From 1994 up to 2000 he worked as an assistant lecturer of sub-department of the General Linguistics and Classical Philology, from 2000 to 2001 - associate professor, in 2001 he received the academic rank of assistant professor.
His areas of interest includes Romanian philology, history of Romania, history of linguistics, history of classical Philology, Byzantine studies, ancient Ukrainian literature. At various times taught courses of Latin and Romanian languages, Country Studies of Romania, History of Classical Philology, Byzantine Literature; participated in international scientific conferences in Ukraine, Russia, Romania, the Republic of Moldova.
Ivan Mehela - Doctor of sciences in Philology, professor of the sub-department of History of Literature and Journalism, part-time professor of general linguistics and classical philology, literary critic, interpreter, critic, member of the Writer’s Union of Ukraine, member of the Executive Committee of the International Association of Hungarian Philology (Budapest), Co-Chairman of the Pavlo Chubinsky International Association. (Vienna), chief editor of literary almanac "Saint Volodymyr" (Institute of Journalism).

In 1968 he graduated from Uzhgorod State University, majoring in linguistics and teaching German language and literature. In 1974 he defended his candidate dissertation, and in 1995 he defended his doctoral dissertation.
His major areas of research include history of world literature from antiquity to modernity, history of literature and journalism, issues of genre modifications, poetics of ancient literature, ancient and biblical images in literature, modern literary process, theoretical problems of fiction translation.
Valentina Myronova (Trypuz) - Candidate of Sciences in Philology, professor. In 1980-1985 she studied at the Department of Philology of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, in 1999-2000 she underwent external studies at the Department; in 1986-1990 she underwent postgraduate studies at the Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In 1999 during the last 10 years she defended the first in Ukraine candidate dissertation in speciality ... – “Classical languages and some Indo-European Languages” entitled: «Grammatical features of Latin Act Language of the 15th-16th centuries in Ukraine (on the basis of Grod and Zemstvo judicial acts of Galicia, Syanik, Peremyshl and Lviv administrative districts of Galician Rus) ». From 1985 she worked as a lecturer at the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology, from 1994 to 1999 as an assistant professor, from 1999 to 2001 as an acting associate professor. In 2001 she got an academic rank of associate professor.
Since 2003 she’s been undergoing post-doctoral studies at the sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In the 1993 the textbook «Latin Language» (for the sub-department of history) was awarded the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University award. In 2002 at the national forum of textbook publishers the textbook «Latin Language» was awarded the diploma «The best textbook for higher education establishments».
Her scientific interests include the history of Latin, Medieval Latin, Vulgar Latin, Christian Latin, the history of Middle East. Mironova published 60 scientific works.
Olena Myhaylova - Candidate of Sciences in Philology, associate professor.
In 1979 she graduated from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, majoring Russian language and literature and Latin. After that she was involved in postgraduate studies at the Sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. From 1982 she worked as an assistant lecturer and was a part-time undergraduate student. In 1987 she defended her candidate dissertation «Archaization of Language Elements in the process of its development». From 1992 she worked as an assistant professor and 2000 she has worked as a professor at the Sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. During her work at the University she has developed and taught theoretical courses «Introduction to Classical Studies», «Ancient mythology», «Medical and Biological Latina», and practical courses «Normative Grammar of the Latin language» and «Hermeneutics of the Latin Source Text».
Svitlana Nychayuk - assistant lecturer
In 1995 she graduated from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, majoring in Ukrainian language and literature, in 2005 she completed her postgraduate studies at the Sub-department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. During 1995-1996, 1999-2002, 2002-2005 years she worked as an assistant lecturer of the Sub-Department.
Her range of interests includes computational linguistics, legal Latin, Latin terminology.
Oksana Koshchiy (Osaulenko) - assistant lecturer.
In 1999 she graduated from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University majoring in linguistics with a MA in classical philology and Ukrainian Language and Literature.
During 1999-2002 she was involved in postgraduate studies and simultaneously worked as a part-time senior laboratory assistant of the Center for Hellenistic Studies and Greek Culture at Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University. During 2000-2003 she worked as a teacher of New Greek at «Lingvapaks» evening language courses at Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University. Since 2002 she has worked as an assistant lecturer of the Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. She teaches compulsory courses of Latin and New Greek Languages at the Department of History, department of Philosophy and Institute of Philology, as well as History of the Latin Language, Greek Dialectology and Medieval Latin for students majoring in Classical Philology.
Natalia Pukhalskaya – assistant lecturer
In 1974 she graduated from the Department of Philology of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University and got the qualification of a teacher of Ukrainian language and literature and teacher of Romanian language with the major in Linguistics. She underwent part-time undergraduate studies from 1974 to 1979. Since 1977 she has worked as an assistant lecturer at the Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. Natalia Pukhalskaya teaches the compulsory course of Latin at the Institute of Philology, Department of History, Department of Philosophy, Department of Law and Institute of International Relations, master courses «Culture of the Ancient World », master and specialist course «Ancient Rhetoric », «Ancient versification » for third year students.
Zoya Rozhchenko – assistant lecturer. In 1985 she graduated from the Department of Philology of Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University and got the qualification of a teacher of Russian language and literature with majoring in Linguistics.
She underwent part-time undergraduate studies from 1985 to 1989 аnd since 1991 she has worked as assistant lecturer at the Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology.
Zoya Rozhchenko teaches the following compulsory courses: "Introduction to Linguistics, General Linguistics at the Institute of Philology.
Skrastinsh Ivanna – assistant lecturer.
In 1999 she graduated from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University majoring in Ukrainian Language and Literature and Classical Philology. Since 1999 she has worked at the university as assistant lecturer at the Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. During 2000 -2004 she did postgraduate studies . Skrastinsh teaches compulsory course of Latin at the Department of History, Department of Law, Department of philosophy, the Institute of Philology, Institute of International Relations and Kyiv Humanities Lyceum.
Mykhaylo Sobutsky - Professor, Doctor of Philology.
During 1985-1991 she studied at Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University, worked as an engineer. From 1991 to 1995 he worked as an assistant lecturer at Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In 1992 he defended his candidate dissertation "All-Roman typological features of transition from synthetic to analytical structures of nominal formants in script monuments of the Pyrenean (VIII-XII centuries)". In 1995-1998 he did post-doctoral studies at Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. During 1997-2000 he worked as full-time associate professor at the Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology, and part-time Associate Professor at the Sub-Department of Culture in Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. In 2000 he defended his doctoral dissertation "The language situation in Medieval West Europe aspect of linguistic and cultural interaction." During 2000-2001 he served as acting head of Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology, and as a part-time Professor in Sub-Department of Culture in Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. Since 2001 he has worked part-time at the Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In June 2003 he received the academic rank of professor.
Anna Shadchina – assistant professor.
In 1999 she graduated from Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, received the MA in Classical Philology, Ukrainian language and Literature. Since 1999 she has worked as an assistant at Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In 2005 she defended her candidate dissertation on "Text formation’s function of epistemic modalities in the Ancient Greek philosophical discourse (on the basis of texts by Heraclitus and Plato).
Vyacheslav Shovkovy - Candidate of Sciences in Pedagogy, Assistant lecturer.
In 2001 he graduated from Department of philology (Division of Classical Philology) of Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University. Since 2001 he has worked as assistant lecturer at Sub-Department of General Linguistics and Classical Philology. In 2004 he defended his dissertation "Methodological elements of mutually contrastive method of teaching the grammar of classical languages ". In the specialty 13.00.02 - the theory and methodology of teaching classical languages.
The area of scientific interests includes: methods of teaching classical languages, history, The Greek language, ancient versification.
The Latin Language for students majoring in Oriental Languages and Literature- NV Boyko, SP Nychayuk, AG Mikhaylova.
The Latin Language for students majoring in Western European languages and literature – OY Yeromivna, NV Boyko, IY Skrastinsh, OM Koschiy, VM Shovkovy.
The Latin language for translators - OY Yeromina, NY Pukhalskaya, AM Lefterova, NV Boyko.
The Latin language for specialty "Philosophy" (for the 1st year students) – NY Pukhalskaya, IY Skrastinsh.
The Latin language for speciality "Religious Studies" (for the 1st year students) – NY Pukhalskaya.
The Greek language for philosophers ( for the 2nd year students) – VM Shovkovy
The Greek language for specialty "Religious Studies" (for the 2nd year students) - A Shadchyna.
The Latin for specialty "Law" – NV Boyko, IY Skrastinsh, AS Shadchyna, NY Pukhalskaya, OY Yeromina, CM Luchkanyn.
The Latin language for speciality "History" - OY Yeromina , SP Nychayuk, CM Luchkanyn.
The Latin for specialty "Law" (for the 2nd year Lyceum students) - NY Pukhalskaya.
The Latin language for specialty "Law" ( for the 3rd year Lyceum students ) - NY Pukhalskaya.
Methods of working with Latin sources (for the 3rd year students majoring in history) – OM Koschiy.
Methods of working with Latin sources (for the 4th year students majoring in history) – OM Koschiy.
The Latin language for specialty "Ukrainian language and literature" –SP Nychayuk, NY Pukhalskaya, CM Luchkanyn.
The Latin language for specialty Russian language and literature – I Skrastinsh.
Latin for specialty Slavic languages and literature - OG Mihajlova.
The Latin language for specialty "Literary Work "- I Skrastinsh.
Latin for specialty Music Folklore – I Skrastinsh.
The Latin language for specialty "Folklore Studies" (for the 1st year students) – I Skrastinsh, SP Nychayuk.
Latin for those specializing in classical philology (for the 1st year students) - NV Boyko.
Greek language for "classical philology (for the 1st year students) -A Shadchyna.
Introduction to the classical literature for those specializing in classical philology (for the 1st year students) - AG Mikhailova.
The Latin language for specialty "classical philology (for the 2nd year students) – A Yeromina.
Culture of ancient Greece and Rome for those specializing in classical philology (for the 2nd year students) – FA Nikitin.
History of Greek Literature for those specializing in classical philology (for the 2nd year students) – IP Mehela.
History of Ancient Art for specialty “Classical Philology” (for the 2nd year students) – FA Nikitina.
Ancient Greek language for specialty "Classical Philology (for the 2nd year students) – AM Koshchiy.
Ancient mythology for those specializing in “Classical Philology” (for the 2nd year students) – AG Mikhailova
History of Latin Language for specialty "Classical Philology” (for the 3rd year students) - AM Koshchiy.
History of Greek language for specialty "Classical Philology (for the 3rd year students) - VM Shovkovy.
History of Greek literature for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 3rd year students) – I. Mehela.
History of Roman literature for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 3rd year students) – MA Sobutsky.
Greek Textual Studies for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 3rd year students) – NV Boyko.
Latin Textual Studies for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 3rd year students) – OG Mihaylova.
Vulgar Latin for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 3rd year students) – AN Lefterova.
Ancient versification for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 3rd year students) – VM Shovkovy.
Medieval Latin for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 4th year students) – AM Koshchiy.

Internal Structure of Latin and Ancient Greek languages for specialty “Classical Philology (for the 4th year students) – FA Nikitina.
Methods of Teaching Ancient Languages for specialty Classical Philology (for the 4th year students) – VM Shovkovy.
Medical and Biological Latin for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 4th year students) – AG Mikhaylova.
Latin Hermeneutics for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 4th year students) – AM Lefterova.
History of Latin literature with the reading of authors for those specializing in classical philology (for the 4th year students) – MA Sobutsky.
Greek Dialectology for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 4th year students) - AM Koshchiy.
Greek Hermeneutics for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 4th year students) – VM Shovkovy.
Greek Hermeneutics for those specializing in Classical Philology (for master students) -AS Shadchyna.
Latin Hermeneutics for those specializing in Classical Philology (for master students) – FO Nikitina.
Ancient Greek epigraphy and palaeography for those specializing in Classical Philology (for master students) – NV Boyko.
Latin Epigraphy and Palaeography for those specializing in Classical Philology (for master students) - AM Lefterova.
Ancient Rhetoric for those specializing in Classical Philology (for master students) – AS Shadchyna.
Byzantine Literature for those specializing in Classical Philology (for master students) – SM Luchkanyn.
Culture of Ancient Greece and Rome for those specializing in Classical Philology (for master students) - FO Nikitina.
History of Classical Literature for those specializing in Classical Philology (for master students) - SM Luchkanyn.
Legal Latin for those specializing in Classical Philology (for master students) – SP Nychayuk.
Theory of Linguistics for those specializing in Oriental Languages and Literature (for the 5th year students) – IA Golubovskaya, ZV Rozhchenko.
Theory of Linguistics for those specializing in Oriental Languages and Literature (for master students) - IA Golubovskaya, ZV Rozhchenko.
History of Linguistic studies for those specializing in Oriental Languages and Literature (for master students) – VF Chemes.
Introduction to Linguistics for the specialty "Western European languages and literature (for the 1st year students) - IA Golubovskaya, ZV Rozhchenko.
Theory of linguistics for those specializing in Western European Languages and Literature" (for the 5th year students) – LM Zaporozhets, ZV Rozhchenko.
Linguistic History exercises for the specialty Western European Languages and Literature (for master students) - Chemes W. F.
Introduction to Linguistics for specializing in translation (for the 1st year students) – LM Zaporozhets.
General Linguistics for those specializing in Russian as a Foreign Language (for master students) – FA Rozhchenko.
Introduction to Linguistics for the specialty Ukrainian Language and Literature (for the 1st year students) – VF Chemes , LM Zaporozhets, ZV Rozhchenko.
Introduction to Linguistics for those specializing in Classical Philology (for the 1st year students) – IA Golubovskaya.
General Linguistics for those specializing in Russian Language and Literature (master students) – ZV Rozhchenko
General Linguistics and History of Linguistics for those specializing in Russian language and Literature (for the 5th year students) – ZV Rozhchenko.
Introduction to Linguistics for those specializing in Russian Language and Literature (for the 1st year students) - ZV Rozhchenko.
General Linguistics for those specializing in Ukrainian language and literature (for the 1st year students) – VF Chemes, ZV Rozhchenko.
General Linguistics for specialty "Ukrainian Language and Literature (master students) – IA Golubovskaya , ZV Rozhchenko.
Introduction to Linguistics for those specializing in Slavic Languages and Literature (for the 1st year students) – IA Golubovskaya, ZV Rozhchenko.
General Linguistics and History for the specialty Slavic Languages and Literature ( for the 5th year students) – ZV Rozhchenko.
General Linguistics for those specializing in Slavic Languages and Literature (master students) IA Golubovskaya, LM Zaporozhets.
General Linguistics for specializing in classical languages (master students) – IA Golubovskaya, VF Chemes.
Introduction to Linguistics for the specialty of Literary Creativity (for the 1st year students) – ZV Rozhchenko.
General Linguistics for those specializing in Literary Work (for the 5th year students) – LM Zaporozhets.
General Linguistics for the specialty of Literary Work (master students) – VF Chemes, ZV Rozhchenko.
Introduction to Linguistics for the specialty "Folklore" (for the 1st year students) – IA Golubovskaya, ZV Rozhchenko.
General Linguistics for the specialty "Folklore" (for the 5th year students) – ZV Rozhchenko.
General Linguistics in "Folklore" (master students) – ZV Rozhchenko.
History of Ancient Linguistic studies for those specializing in Classical Languages (master students) - F Chemes.
Introduction to Linguistics for the specialty of the Ukrainian Language and Literature (for the 1st year students of the division of external studies) – ZV Rozhchenko.
Latin language for specialty Ukrainian Language and Literature (for the 1st year students of the division of external studies) - SP Nychayuk.
Introduction to Linguistics for the specialty "Folklore Studies" (for the 1st year students of the division of external studies course) – ZV Rozhchenko.
Latin language for specialty "Folklore Studies" (for the 1st year students of the division of external studies course) – SP Nychayuk.
General Linguistics for specialty "Folklore Studies" (for masters of the division of external studies) – IA Golubovskaya, LM Zaporozhets.
General Linguistics for specialty "Ukrainian Language and Literature (for the 6th year students of the division of external studies) – LM Zaporozhets , ZVRozhchenko.
General Linguistics for those specializing in Ukrainian Language and Literature (for masters of the division of external studies) – LM Zaporozhets.
General Linguistics for specialty "Folklore Studies" ( for the 6th year students of the division of external studies courses) – LM Zaporozhets.

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Institute of Philology is located in the Humanities Building of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.
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by mail:
14 Taras Shevchenko Blvd., Kyiv, Ukraine, 01601
by phone: +380 44 239-33-02
by e-mail: philolog@univ.kiev.ua