Department of Intercultural Communication and Translation

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The Department of International Communication and Translation was created in March 2008. It is headed by Professor Alla Paslavska, who researches the problems of Language Universalia, Linguistic Typology, International Communication.





Chairperson, Professor (by-worker)Alla PaslavskaChairperson, Professor (by-worker)
ProfessorKhrystyna DyakivProfessor
ProfessorVolodymyr SulymProfessor
Associate ProfessorLyubomyr BorakovskyyAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorBohumyla LesechkoAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorTetyana LyashenkoAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorSvitlana MatsenkaAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorNatalya PalamarAssociate Professor
Associate ProfessorOlexandra ShumyatskaAssociate Professor
LecturerHildegard KaintsbauerLecturer
LecturerKateryna Magdysh-YaremkoLecturer
LecturerOksana MolderfLecturer
LecturerYuliya MykhaylivskaLecturer
LecturerYuriy ProkhaskoLecturer
LecturerOlena PrysiazhniukLecturer
LecturerOlena PylypchukLecturer
LecturerTetyana SopilaLecturer
LecturerRoksolyana StasenkoLecturer
LecturerMariya VachkoLecturer

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The staff of the Department participate in the budget interfaculty scientific research “Universal and Idio-Ethnic in Intercultural Communication ” (2009–2011).


The scientific interests of the staff of the Department embrace wide range of the problems of Theory and Practice of German-Ukrainian Translation (V. Sulym, M. Smoliy), Intercultural Communication (A. Paslavska), Genre Studies (K. Dyakiv), Contrastive Grammar and Lexicology (T. Struk), Methodology of Teaching German Language  (V. Sulym, M. Smoliy), Stylistics (T. Lyashenko), resulting in the Monograph “Negation as Language Universalia: Principles, Parameters, Functioning” (2005) and Manual “Practical Course of German Lexicology” (2008) by A. Paslavska, Text-Book for the students of Economics  “Business German” (2008) and “German Grammar Reference Book” (2008) by M. Smoliy, Text-Book „Funktionalstilistik der deutschen Sprache“ by T. Lyashenko, a set of manuals and translations by V. Sulym.


Open Lecture On “Übersetzungsansätze im Mittelalter”

13.10.2021 | 14:04

Dear colleagues,

I invite you on Monday, October 18, 2021 at 3:05 p.m. to attend my open lecture on “Übersetzungsansätze im Mittelalter” / “Translation Approaches in the Middle Ages” as part of the course “Dynamics of the Development of Translation Principles”, which will take place online on the ZOOM platform at:

Lyubomyr Borakovskyi is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Dynamics of development of translation principles
Time: Oct 18, 2021 03:00 PM Kiev

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 813 9536 0612
Passcode: 5454

Working languages: German and Ukrainian. I will be glad for your participation and feedback!

in. at. Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages,
Associate Professor of Intercultural Communication and Translation

Lubomyr Borakovskyi

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Celebrating International Translator’s Day

10.10.2021 | 22:02

On September 30, the Department of Translation Studies and Contrastive Linguistics named after Hryhoriy Kochur and the Department of Intercultural Communication and Translation invited colleagues and students to the online celebration of the International Translator's Day.
Since its proclamation in 1991, the International Translator's Day has honored the work of professionals who establish dialogue and mutual understanding between people and nations, maintain the harmony of communication and the integrity of the worldview of our civilization.

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Open Lecture by Doctor of Philology Khrystyna Dyakiv

16.04.2021 | 15:21

On April 19, 2021 (Monday) at 13:30 we invite you to an open lecture by Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor of Intercultural Communication and Translation Khrystyna Dyakiv on the topic "Soziolekte des Deutschen" by vocation in Zoom

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