Liliia A. Streltcova

Liliia A. Streltcova Лилия А. СтрелтковаAddress: Faculty of Asian & African Studies, St.Petersburg State University, Bldg. 11,  Universitetskaya emb., St.Petersburg, 199034 Russia

Phone/fax: +7-812-3287732      


Date & place of birth: November 11, 1986; Russia. 

Current position: Assistant  at the Department of Theory and Methodology of Teaching Languages and Cultures of Asian and African Countries, St.Petersburg State University.

Undergraduate & Graduate School:

2009-20013 – post-graduate studies at the Saint-Petersburg Sate University (Indo-Arian Philology)

2009 – M.A. Saint-Petersburg Sate University (South Asian Literary Studies)

2007 – B.A. Saint-Petersburg Sate University (Indo-Arian Philology)


Additional courses:

2010 – Campus of International Languages, Tribhuvan University of Nepal (advanced Nepali course)

2009 – South Asia Institute, Heidelberg University, Germany (Nepali Intensive Course)

2007-2008 – Department of Hindi, University of Hyderabad, India (Functional Hindi)

2005 – Institute of Asia and Africa, Department of Culture and History of India and Tibet, Hamburg University, Germany (Hindi Intensive Course)


Field within Indian Studies: Modern Hindi Poetry, Modern Nepali Literature, Indo-Nepal Relations


Major publications:

Overall number – 10 (in Russian)

  • Indian Modernism (co-author A.V. Chelnokova) – Ulan Ude 2012, 9 pages (in Russian)

  • Nepali poetry of the “Third Dimension” movement - Saint Petersburg, 2013 – 9 pages (in Russian)

  • «Look at me!». Anthology of Indian short stories of the 2nd part of XX century. St-Petersburg 2013 – translations from Hindi - 11 pages (in Russian)

  • To the question of significance of non-verbal components in cross-cultural communication – Moscow 2014, 9 pages (in Russian)

  • Chapter “New Hindi Literature” in collective monograph “Essays on history of Indian Literature (X-XX cc.)” St-Petersburg 2014, 78 pages (in Russian)

  • Tiger in the traditional view of Nepalis Saint Petersburg, 2014 – 9 pages (in Russian)

Courses taught

Hindi language (literary text, spoken language, modern press – B.A. and M.A.), Nepali language (grammar, literary text, spoken language, modern press – B.A. and M.A.), special course on Nepali Poetry, etc.

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