Regional Lexicology, Lexicography and Onomastic

Basic Divisions: Department of General and Slavonic Linguistics.
 
Brief Description of Research Activities
The trend deals with the investigation of ways of formation and functioning dialect lexis and onomastics, as part of the Russian language, at different historical periods in etymological, historical linguistic, ethnolinguistic and cultural aspects, specifically the reflection of material and spiritual culture peculiar to the Perm Region in onomastics, of the Perm region.
 
Researchers working within the trend carry out paleographic description and analysis of the XVIIIth century manuscripts and investigate thematic groups of lexis in the written records and dialects based on the comparison with the results of the analysis of the Perm Region dialect lexicon, as well as with the written records and dialects of other Russian regions and various Slavonic languages.
 
Based on the dialect speech recordings the scholars investigate the interaction of Russian and Komi-Permyak dialects of the Perm Region both in the aspect of lexical borrowings and ethnic culture interaction.
 
One of the main objectives of the scientific activity within the trend is the development of regional dictionaries. Some of them (“Dictionary of Perm surnames”, “Dictionary of the Perm Region inhabitants’ names in the XVI-XVIII centuries”, “Dictionary of lexis of Perm written ancient records of the XVI-early XVIIIth century” by E.N. Polyakova; “Dictionary of dialect personality” by V.A. Malysheva; “Dictionary of magical lexis” by I.I. Rusinova et al.; “Dictionary of folk sayings of the Perm Region” by L.A. Gruzberg) have no analoges in this developing trend, others (“Dictionary of geographical terms in the Russian speech of the Perm Region” by E.N. Polyakova; “Dictionary of Northern Russian dialects of the Perm Region”) develop the lexicographic tradition of the national linguistic school.
 
Selected Publications Characterising Scientific Research Trend
1. Living speech of the Perm Region in synchrony and diachrony: materials and investigations / ed. by I.I. Rusinova; Perm State University. Perm, 2007. Part 1. 156 p. Part 2. 238 p. (In Russian)
2. Living speech of the Perm Region in synchrony and diachrony: materials and investigations / ed. by I.I. Rusinova; Perm State University. Perm, 2008. Iss. 2. 160 p. (In Russian)
3. Living speech of the Perm Region in synchrony and diachrony: materials and investigations / ed. by I.I. Rusinova; Perm State University. Perm, 2009. Iss. 3. 248 p. (In Russian)
4. Linguocultural space of the Perm region: materials and investigations / ed. by E.N. Polyakova; Perm State University. Perm, 2009. 250 p. (In Russian)
5. Linguocultural space of the Perm region: materials and investigations / ed. by E.N. Polyakova; Perm State University. Perm, 2010. Iss. 2. 250 p. (In Russian)
6. Polyakova E.N. Dictionary of Perm surnames. Perm, 2005. 462 p. (In Russian)
7. Polyakova E.N. Dictionary of the Perm Region inhabitants’ names in the XVI-XVIIIth centuries. Perm: Byvaltsev Press, 2007. 463 p. (In Russian)
8. Polyakova E.N. Dictionary of geographical terms in the Russian speech of the Perm Region. Perm, 2007. 420 p. (In Russian)
9. Polyakova E.N. Dictionary of lexis of Perm ancient written records of the XVI-early XVIIIth century; Perm State University. Perm, 2010. Vol. 1. 428 p. (In Russian)
10. Polyakova E.N. Dictionary of lexis of Perm ancient written records of the XVI-the early XVIII-th century; Perm State University. Perm, 2010. Vol. 2. 424 p. (In Russian)
11. Polyakova E.N. Regional Lexicology and Onomastics: exercise materials: Study Guide. Perm, 2006. – 256 p. (In Russian)
12. Dictionary of Akchim village dialect of Krasnovishersk District of the Perm Region (Akchim dictionary). Perm, 1984-2011. Iss. 1-6. (In Russian)
13. Dictionary of Northern Russian dialects of the Perm Region / ed. by I.I. Rusinova; Perm State University. Perm, 2011. Iss. 1. A–V. 364 p. (In Russian)
 
The Most Significant Fundamental and Applied Research Projects
Supervisor – E.N. Polyakova:
1. 2003-2004 – The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation № 03-04-00245 а/Т “Lexis and onomastics of the Perm Region”.
2. 2006-2007 – The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation (regional) № 06-04-82406 а/U “Etymology and history of lexis and onomastics of the Perm Region”.
3. 2008-2009 – The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation (regional) № 08-04-82404 а/U “Reflection of culture and history in lexis and onomastics of the Perm Region”.
4. 2009-2011 – Analytical Departmental Target Programme of High School Scientific Potential Development № 2.1.3/2175  (№ 2.1.3/11793 – 2011) “Linguocultural space of the Upper and Middle Kama Region”.
 
Supervisor – I.I. Rusinova:
1. 2001 – Federal Target Programme “Integration” № ЕО – 231 “The Perm Region dialect field research of data acquisition programme for the Lexical Atlas of Russian dialects”.
2. 2002 - The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation (regional) № 02-04-00 424 а/Т “Northern Russian dialects of the Perm Region at the present time”.
3. 2005-2006 – The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation (regional) № 05-04-82400 а/U “Dictionary of Cherdyn dialects”.
4. 2008-2009 – The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation (regional) № 08-04-82410 а/U “Lexicon of Northern Russian dialects of the Perm Region”.
5. 2006-2008 – Analytical Departmental Target Programme of High School Scientific Potential Development № RNP 2.1.3.3440 “Living speech of the Perm Region in synchrony and diachrony”.
6. 2009-2011 – Analytical Departmental Target Programme of High School Scientific Potential Development № RNP 2.1.3/483 “Russian speech of the Perm region: history and modernity”.
 
Supervisor – M.V. Bogacheva:
1. 2007-2008 – The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation № 07-04-82409 а/U “Dictionary of Akchim village dialect of Krasnovishersk District of the Perm Region”.
2. 2009 – The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation № 09-04-82403 а/U “Phraseological dictionary of Northern Russian dialects of the Perm Region”.
3. 2011 – The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation “Material and spiritual culture in lexis and phraseology of the Perm Region”.
 
Supervisor – Y.V. Zvereva:
2009 – The grant of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation № 09-04-82402 а/U “Thematic dictionary “Man”.
 
Training of Researchers (Postgraduate and Doctoral Programmes):
Postgraduate Programme, speciality 10.02.01 “Russian Language”. Conferment of the degree of Candidate of Philology.
 
1993 – Malysheva V.A. “Toponyms and the units derived from them in lexical system of one dialect (dialect of Akchim in Perm Region).” Perm State University. 1993.
1996 – Rusinova I.I. “Verbal set phrases in folk tales of the northern Perm Region. ” Perm State University, 1996.
1997 – Belova L.A. “Abstract nouns of the Kungur business manuscripts from XVIIth to the beginings of XVIIIth centuries (aspects of derivation and stylistics).” Perm State University. 1997.
1998 – Gordeyeva O.V. “Russian hydronomy and oikonymy of the Obva bassein in West Ural.” Perm State University. 1998.
1999 – Medvedeva N.V. “Dymanic aspect of anthroponymy of river Kama region during the first half XVIIth century (based on the written documents of Stroganovs’ ancestral lands).” Perm State University. 1999.
1999 – Sirotkina T.A. “Anthroponyms in the lexical system of one dialects and their lexicography in the undifferentiated dictionary (based on the data of the dialect of Akchim in Perm Region).” Perm State University. 1999.
2000 – Semykin D.V. “Anthroponymy of Cherdyn census of 1711 (issues in the formation of the official Russian anthroponymycon).” Perm State University, 2000.
2003 – Bogacheva M.V. “Reconstruction of Russian appellative lexis based on the Perm Region oikonym data.” Perm State University, 2003.
 

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Vera A. Malysheva


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