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philologist

Swetlana Anatoljewna Mengel, German philologist. Recipient award for Excellent Studies, Lomonosow University, Moscow, 1978.

Background

Mengel, Swetlana Anatoljewna was born on September 29, 1954 in Nikolajew, Ukraine. Arrived in Germany, 1980. Daughter of Anatolij Ivanovich Burdikow and Assia Jakovlevna Burdikowa.

Education

Master of Science, Lomonosow University, Moscow, Russia, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy, 1985. Doctor Habilitation, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, 1996.

Career

Scientific assistant Humboldt University, Berlin, 1980—1986, assistant professor, 1986—1995. Professor for Russian Linguistics Martin Luther University, Halle, 1995—1997, professor Slavic Philology and Linguistics, since 1997. Managing director Institute for Slavic Studies Martin Luther University, Halle, Germany, 1998—2000.

Member commission for word formation International Committee of Slavists, since 1996.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Types of Correlations Between Substantives in Old Russian Language of XI-XIV Centuries, 1985, Ways of Development of the Word Formations Norm in East-Slavonic, 1997. Editor (with A. Richter): (series) Slavica Varia Halensia, since 1997. Editor: Slavic Word-Formation: Semantic and Kombination, 2002.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Old Greece culture, archaeology, opera, theater.

Connections

Married Bernd Erwin Mengel, March 6, 1980 (deceased May 24, 1987). Children: Nadja, Nora.

father:
Anatolij Ivanovich Burdikow

mother:
Assia Jakovlevna Burdikowa

spouse:
Bernd Erwin Mengel

children:
Nadja Mengel

Nora Mengel