|Candidate of Philology,
Professor of the Department of General and German Linguistics
Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department of General and German Linguistics, Faculty of Philology.
Total length of service in higher education institutions of III-IV levels of accreditation: 32 years.
Last internship: October 1, 2018 – January 26, 2019 Lodz University (Poland) Professor of the department since November 2014. Associate Professor since April 1, 1997. Candidate of Philological Sciences October 19, 1994, thesis defense at I. Mechnikov Odessa University. 10.02.02 – Russian language on: Subjectivity in language, dictionaries, and text.
Specialist, “Russian language and literature” qualification – Teacher of Russian language and literature – 1986, Ivano-Frankivsk Pedagogical Institute.
Two-year courses in Polish at the T. Shevchenko National University of Kiev 1994-1996.
Scientific interests: Non-rhetoric, Church Slavonic language, linguopoetics, linguistic text analysis, structural linguistics, psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, linguocultural studies, linguosemiotics.
Experience not related to scientific-pedagogical activity:
Organizer of three personal art exhibitions, including abroad: Serbia, Poland.
Organizer of 5 personal photo exhibitions including abroad.
Participant in scientific TV programs, including “The World Around Us” at the TV studio “Tower” – 25 programs and others.
For 27 years he was the organizer of scientific and cultural expeditions to the OS Pushkin Museum “Mikhailovskoye”.
«Fundamentals of Rhetoric» for the specialties «Political Science», «History and Archeology».
«Ancient Slavic» for History and Archeology.
«Rhetoric and Speechwriting» for Journalism.
«Fundamentals of Linguistic Culture» and «Fundamentals of Structural Linguistics» for graduate students in philological direction.
Yaroslav Melnyk. Subjectivity as a linguistic category. – Ivano-Frankivsk: Plaі, 1997. – 130 p.
Yaroslav Melnyk, Taras Tkachuk. Semiotic analysis of Trypillian-Cucutian sign systems (hand-drawn utensils). – Ivano-Frankivsk, Plai, 2000– 237 p.
Ya. Melnyk, N. Kryvoruchko. Prolegomena to Ukrainian discourse: ethno-cultural, political and linguistic-semiotic aspects. – Ivano-Frankivsk, 2012. – 260 p.
Melnyk Y., Lazarovich O. Church Slavonic Language / Ed. 4th, revised and supplemented. – Ivano-Frankivsk: Symphony-Forte, 2017. – 252 p.
Logic and ethics. Linguistic Communication Element / Edition 2nd, revised and supplemented. Ivano-Frankivsk: Symphony-Forte. 120 p.
Yaroslav Melnyk. Speaking: Methodical Materials / Ivano-Frankivsk: Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, 2019. – 140 p. ISBN 978-966-640-464-3.
Yaroslav Melnyk. Errors in the System of Traditional Logic / Ivano-Frankivsk: Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, 2019. – 180 p. ISBN 978-966-640-467-4
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