Aleksandr Dmitrievich Dulichenko (alternatively Alexander Duličenko; Russian: Александр Дмитриевич Дуличенко) (born 1941) is a Russian-Estonian Esperantist, linguist, and an expert in Slavic microlanguages currently living in Estonia. He is a professor at the University of Tartu in Tartu, where he is the head of the department of Slavic studies.
Dulichenko was born in Krasnodar. 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; in 2006, an eighth volume was published. A festschrift in Dulichenko's honor was organized in 2006; Humphrey Tonkin calls this volume a "particularly important addition to the literature" of interlingual and Esperanto studies.
- Biography of Dulichenko (in Russian).
- Branch of Russian and Slavic Philology, Tartu University[dead link]. (In Russian.)
- Blanke, Detlev (2003), "Interlinguistics and Esperanto studies: Paths to the scholarly literature", Language Problems & Language Planning, 28 (2): 155–192
- IpI 56 (1/2006),[dead link] p. 12.
- 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.
- Tonkin, Humphrey (2007), "Recent Studies in Esperanto and Interlinguistics: 2006", Language Problems and Language Planning, 31 (2): 169–195.
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