Successful Experience of Russian-Italian Joint Scientific Publishing Activities

Успешный опыт совместной российско-итальянской научно-издательской и научно-публикационной деятельности
28.06.2021
One of the successful outcomes of an academic and scientific partnership between the Institute of Foreign Languages and International Tourism of Pyatigorsk State University and the Department of Philology and Cultural Legacy of Luigi Vanvitelli Campania University, Italy in the 2020/2021 academic year was a publication of the next issue of Polygraphia online journal.

The issue called “Globalizzazione, internazionalizzazione, multiculturalismo. Quale formazione per le nuove generazioni?” was devoted to the problems of education and possibility of globalization, internationalization, and multiculturalism.

It is worth noting that Pyatigorsk State University was represented by Professor A.M. Akopyants, Director of IFLIT, who entered the scientific committee, and B.B. Takushinova, Coordinator of Pushkin Institute – Center of Russian Language Language and Culture (Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Italy), and Lecturer at the Chair of Linguocommunicativistics and Applied Foreign Languages, who entered the editorial board.

The current issue included the following articles of PSU scientific officers:

A.M. Akopyants “International European higher education space in the epoch of linguistic globalization: problems, benefits, perspective”;

V.V. Elkin “Linguocultural adaptation of migrants in a foreign language society”;

M.V. Dzhagaryan, N.S. Gyurdzhyan, N.V. Karatseva “El conflicto cognitivo en la situación del discurso en inglés y español: el aspecto discursivo e interpersonal.”

The gained positive experience of joint publication activity became a platform for future successful and fruitful international partnerships between the universities.


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Participants

Arega Mikhaylovna
Akopyants

Bella Borisovna
Takushinova

Vladimir Vitalyevich
Yelkin

Marina Vladimirovna
Dzhagaryan

Naira Slavikovna
Gyurdzhyan

Naira Vladimirovna
Karatseva