Dean of faculty

Abdullayeva Albina Suratovna

1990-1993 - Postgraduate student of Samarkand State University
1993-2000 - Lecturer at the Department of Russian Linguistics and World Literature, Samarkand State University
2000-2007 - Senior Lecturer of the Department of Russian Linguistics and World Literature, Samarkand State University
2007-2010 - Acting Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Linguistics and World Literature, Samarkand State University
2010-2017 - Acting Associate Professor of the Department of World Literature, Samarkand State University
2017 -2019 - Associate Professor of the Department of Russian and Foreign Literature, Samarkand State University
2019-present days - Dean of the Faculty of Russian Philology, Samarkand State University

ABOUT THE FACULTY

The Faculty of Russian Philology of SamSU was founded in 1963 as a result of the division of the Faculty of Philology into three independent faculties. The first and for a long time the permanent leader was Professor V.G. Lartsev. Then at different times the faculty was headed by associate professors V.N. Blagonravov and V.B. Lagutov.

After gaining independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the faculty was headed by professors E.A. Malinovsky, associate professors A.B. Bobokhodzhaev, D.Kh. Alimova, R.A. Ryasnyanskaya. Currently, the faculty is headed by Assoc. A.S. Abdullaeva.

The faculty is represented by two scientific schools known far beyond the borders of the Republic and the CIS countries. The founder of the Samarkand school of poetical-structural analysis was the famous literary critic Assoc. Ya.O. Zundelovich, Samarkand phraseological school was headed by prof. L.I. Roizenson.

The structure of the faculty consists of five departments: the department of Russian and foreign literature, the department of Russian linguistics, the department of the Russian language (interfaculty), the department of English, the department of Latin-Germanic languages. Training is conducted in three areas: Philology and language teaching, Russian language in foreign language groups (Uzga tili gurukhlarda russ tili), English language. Currently, the faculty has over 1000 students.

The team of Russian philology cooperates with the following educational centers: Moscow Institute named after Pushkin; Tambov State University, Kazan State University, Tomsk State University, Volgograd State University, Kaluga State University, Novosibirsk State University, Eletsk State Pedagogical Institute; Kazakhstan State University.