My interests lie in the fields of Semantics and Pragmatics, as well as the Philosophy of Language and Theory of mind. To put it differently, I am interested in what language can reveal about our minds. How the grammar is decoded and encoded, how we store and access our vocabulary, how much of it depends on the external factors and how much is actually inborn and external, and at what point the bones of grammar structures and the skin and muscles of semantics take the form of a living being of Meaning.
- Kemerovo State University, Russia: Bachelor's degree in Fundamental and Applied Linguistics
- Chongqing University, China: Master's degree in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language
- University of Siena, Italy: Master's degree in Language and Mind: Linguistics and Cognitive Studies
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