Kazan Federal University
Voronezh State University
Marina-Margarita Vasilyevna studied at Kazan University (1940-1942). She graduated from the philological department of the historical and philological faculty of the Voronezh State University (1950).
Marina-Margarita Vasilyevn started to live in Voronezh since 1947. She worked at the Russian Language Department of the Voronezh State Pedagogical Institute (1950-1957). She was a senior lecturer, associate Professor of the Department of Russian-Slavic linguistics at Voronezh State University (1957-1972). Marina-Margarita Vasilyevna was the head of the Department of Russian language of the Nizhny Tagil State Pedagogical Institute, professor of Russian language Department of Lipetsk State Pedagogical Institute, head of the Department of the Gomel State University. Since 1981 has been a professor (now-honorary Professor) of the Russian language Department of Belgorod State University.
The author of several monographs including "Lexical and grammatical essays on the history of Russian pronouns" (Voronezh, 1965)," Slavs, Mordva, and ants" (Voronezh, 1976), and "Russian names in the XX century" (Belgorod, 1996). Published a collection of poems by Fedorova "Quiet words" (Belgorod, 1992).