Dr. Irina Goncharenko-Rose

Dr. Irina Goncharenko-RoseVisiting Assistant Professor of Russian

Russian Study Group Advisor

Irvin Hall 135
gonchai@MiamiOH.edu
(513) 529-2581

OFFICE HOURS

Monday: 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Wednesday: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Friday: 4:15pm - 5:00pm


 

More than thirty years of experience teaching Russian, both in Ukraine, in Germany, and the United States. Studied Russian philology at Kiev State University (Ukraine). Upon graduation in 1979 received a Master degree in Russian Language and Literature and granted the title “Philologist, Teacher of Russian Language and Literature.” In August 1979  started working as an Instructor at the Kiev Pedagogical Institute for Foreign Languages, in the Department of Russian Language and Literature for Foreigners (RSL), one of the three top RSL programs in the former Soviet Union. In 1987 received Ph.D. at the Potebnya Institute of Linguistics at the National Ukrainian Academy of Sciences.

From 1985 to 1990: worked as an Instructor and Assistant Professor in the Department of Russian at the Kiev Pedagogical Institute for Foreign Languages.  Was the adviser for a group of instructors teaching Russian at the intermediate level (working out curricula and advising on methodology of teaching).  Courses taught: Introduction to Linguistics, Literature (for Russian majors), Russian language, and Reading Russian Media.

In June–July of 1990: worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Summer School of Foreign Languages in Dresden, Germany, teaching an Intensive Russian Language and Culture course to German teachers of Russian. 

From January to June of 1990: worked as Consultant Faculty under the auspices of the American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR, Washington, DC) at the University of Cincinnati. 

Since August of 1990 until now have been working in the Department of German, Russian, Asian, and Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures (GRAMELAC) at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio; first as a Consultant ACTR Faculty, then (since August, 1993) as a Visiting Instructor, and since August, 1994 till now as Visiting Faculty and Visiting Assistant Professor. 

EDUCATION

1987 - Ph.D. - Potebnya Institute of Linguistics at the National Ukrainian Academy of Sciences.

1979 - M.A. - Russian Philology, Kiev State University

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

COURSES TAUGHT AT MIAMI

  • RUS 101: Beginners Russian
  • RUS 102: Beginners Russian
  • RUS 133: Imagining Russia
  • RUS 105: Everyday Spoken Russian
  • RUS 201: Intermediate Russian
  • RUS 202: Intermediate Russian
  • RUS/FST 263: Soviet and Post-Soviet Cinema
  • RUS 301: Advanced Russian
  • RUS 302: Advanced Russian
  • RUS 411: Russian Conversation

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Has fifteen publications, including a book on linguistics, articles on the methodology of teaching RSL, linguistics, and the cultural contexts of words. While teaching at Miami University, presented several papers at the annual national convention of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and Eastern European Languages (AATSEEL).

PRESENTATIONS 

INVITED LECTURES

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

LANGUAGES