The article gives information about the international conference "XXIV Olomouc Days of Russianists", which was held on September 7-8, 2017. This already traditional scientific forum was conducted by the Palacký University in Olomouc (Czech Republic) under the auspices of the International Association of Teachers of the Russian Language and Literature (MAPRYAL) and the Czech Association of Russianists. The Department of Slavonic Studies at the University of Olomouc has long been recognized as a center for the teaching and research of Slavic languages and literatures. Among them, a particularly significant place is occupied by Russian philology. The tradition of the Olomouc Days of Russianists has existed for almost half a century, and it was in Olomouc that the first conference of Czechoslovak Russianists with the participation of well-known Russian scholars of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and other countries was held at the initiative of Professor M. Zagradka immediately after the establishment of MAPRYAL in Paris 50 years ago. The XXIV Olomouc Days of Russianists in 2017 welcomed over one hundred experts in the field of Russian language and literature from the Czech Republic, Russia, Poland, Belgium, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Latvia, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, India, Japan and other countries. The work of the Forum took place in four main directions of modern Russian studies: The literary part included two sections: Folklore and Genre Specificity of Russian Literature of the Silver Age. The linguistic part united the section of Slavic phraseology, History and Etymology of Russian and Slavic Phraseological Units and the section of gender studies, Sex, Gender: Language, Culture and Communication. The head of the Department of Slavic Studies Prof. Zdenek Pechal, the Dean of the Philosophical Faculty Prof. Jirí Lach and the representative of MAPRYAL from the Czech Republic Jirí Klapka opened the conference. After the opening, Prof. V.M. Mokienko read the plenary report "Historical and Etymological Studies of Russian and Slavic Phraseology: Results and Perspectives" which highlighted the main problems of the diachronic analysis of this expressive level of the language system. In the speaker's opinion, the accumulated materials on historical (e.g., of the 17th-century Russia), dialectal and comparative phraseology are a reliable basis for linguistic analysis in the diachronic manner. The prospect of further research is a more detailed analysis of the "dark" phraseological etymologies, the expansion of the Slavic and European background of this analysis and the compilation of national historical and etymological dictionaries of Slavic phraseology. The range of issues raised at the breakout sessions was diverse and reflected a wide range of the most topical problems of Slavic phraseology, starting with theoretical questions of modern phraseology and phraseography and ending with the aspects of the emergence and functioning of specific phrases. The speakers stressed the importance of a comparative approach to the etymologization of phraseology, the importance of dialectal material and the prospects of linguocultural reconstructions on a phraseological basis. Such were the reports by Prof. L.I. Stepanova (Olomouc, Czech Republic) "From a Historical Etymological Index to a Historical Etymological Dictionary" on the problems of selection and limitation of material, of the compilation of a bibliographic index, of distinguishing between the national and the international, of reflection of history and stages of changing the form and meaning of phraseology in the dictionary, and by Dr. N.B. Korina "Historical and Etymological Excursus into the Belarusian Phraseology" (Nitra, Slovakia). Some original reports were devoted to the problems of cognitive and linguocultural approaches to idiomatics (M. Kovshova, I. Graneva, O. Bulgakov, A. Faye). Reports by A. Bierich, P. Dronov, A. Dudina, I. Kur-Kononovich, M. Jankovičová were devoted to the aspects of the history and functioning of certain groups of sentences. The analysis of phraseological units of biblical origin became the subject of reports by Dana Balaková (Slovakia), Jaromira Shindelařová (Czech Republic) and Maria Dobrova (Czech Republic). Phraseological features of modern dialects of the Transbaikal region were analyzed in the report by Dr. N.D. Ignatyeva (Russia, St. Petersburg) "Phraseological Dialectisms in the Historical and Etymological Dictionary". The reports at the Olomouc Days of the Russianists brought us closer to solving these burning issues.
|Переведенное название||XXIV olomouc days of russianists|
|Журнал||ВЕСТНИК ТОМСКОГО ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОГО УНИВЕРСИТЕТА. ФИЛОЛОГИЯ|
|Состояние||Опубликовано - 1 янв 2018|
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