Aleksandr Dulichenko

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Aleksandr Dulitšenko (2005)

Aleksandr Dmitrievich Dulichenko (alternatively Alexander Duličenko; Russian: Александр Дмитриевич Дуличенко) (born October 30, 1941 in Krasnodar) is a Russian Esperantist and linguist, and an expert in Slavic microlanguages.[1] He carried also Kashubian studies. He is a professor at the University of Tartu in Estonia, where he is the head of the department of Slavic studies.[2]

He is the editor of Interlinguistica Tartuensis, a journal on interlinguistics published by the University of Tartu that published seven volumes from 1982 to 1990 recording the proceedings of colloquia at Tartu;[3] in 2006, an eighth volume was published.[4] A festschrift in Dulichenko's honor was organized in 2006;[5] Humphrey Tonkin calls this volume a “particularly important addition to the literature” of interlingual and Esperanto studies.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biography of Dulichenko (in Russian).
  2. ^ Branch of Russian and Slavic Philology, Tartu University. (In Russian.)
  3. ^ Blanke, Detlev (2003), "Interlinguistics and Esperanto studies: Paths to the scholarly literature", Language Problems & Language Planning 28 (2): 155–192 .
  4. ^ IpI 56 (1/2006), p. 12.
  5. ^ Kunnap, Ago; Kuznetsov, S. N.; Lehfeldt, Werner (2006), Mikroiazyki, Iazyki, Interiazyki : Sbornik V Chest Ordinarnogo Professora Aleksandra Dmitrievicha Dulichenko, Tartu: Tartu Ulikool, Slaavi Filoloogia Oppetool, ISBN 9949-11-444-6 .
  6. ^ Tonkin, Humphrey (2007), "Recent Studies in Esperanto and Interlinguistics: 2006", Language Problems and Language Planning 31 (2): 169–195 .