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Galina N. Lovtsevich Galina N. Lovtsevich - Doctor of Philology, Head of the Department of Linguistics and Intercultural Communication, Far Eastern Federal University (Vladivostok).
She was born in Shimanovsk, Amur region, on August 27, 1956. In 1979, she graduated from the Far Eastern Federal University. She was awarded the degree of the Candidate of Sciences (Language Education) in 1993. In 2010 she defended her Doctoral dissertation “A Crosscultural Terminological Dictionary as a New Type of a Dictionary” in Moscow State University. A member of editorial board, The Journal of Asia TEFL (Seoul). Her research interests are in methods of teaching foreign languages, lexicography, terminology and terminography, professional intercultural communication, sociolinguistics.

Major publications:

Lovtsevich, G. Croskulturniy terminologicheskiy slovar kak sposob representatsii terminologii gumanitarnih nauk [Crosscultural terminological dictionary as a means of representation of Humanities terms] in Russian. Vladivostok, 2009. – 264 p.
Lovtsevich, G. English-Russian Dictionary of ELT Abbreviations. Vladivostok, 2009. – 183 p.
Lovtsevich, G. Chapter 23. Cross-cultural LSP Dictionary for the Humanities: a New Type of Dictionary // Multi-disciplinary Lexicography: Traditions and Challenges of the XXIst Century. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar’s Publishing, 2013.
Lovtsevich, G. Professionalnaya mezhkulturnaya kommunikatsia [Professional intercultural communication of English language teachers] in Russian // Intercultural communication: interaction of languages, cultures and mentality. – Vladivostok, 2014.- p. 310-327.
Lovtsevich, G. Domains of English Use in Russia: Education // Russian English: History, Features and Functions / Proshina Z., Eddy A.(eds ) (Academic Studies in English Language). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. – p.141-148.
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