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Adyghe Philology and Culture Department

The Department in itself is absolutely unique because:

  • It’s the only university department whose graduates receive a degree in the Adyghe language and culture.
  • Majors and most of the vocational subjects are taught in Adyghe language.
  • The department trains specialists and experts in chosen fields;
  • Addresses the issues of Adyghe language and culture revival, popularization and development;
  • Has an extensive and crucial research work pool in the fields of Adyghe language and culture.

DepBio

Year of foundation: 1990

Before 1999 it was called National School Department and mainly dealt with training Adyghe language and culture teachers and experts for various educational establishments. From the first the faculty followed the standards of classical education with admirable blend of traditional and innovative approach.

Dean List

Turkubii N. Chamokov, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Full Professor.

Murat R. Kudaev, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Full Professor

Batyrbii M. Bersirov, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Full Professor.

Askhad Yu. Chirg, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Full Professor.

Nuriet A. Khamerzokova, Candidate of Philological Sciences (since 2014).

The Department has its own Adyghe Studies Center, with its irreplaceable and sizeable data bank of Adyghe and Circassian historic and cultural heritage. Department students have the opportunity to use it for their diverse practical studies of Adyghe language, history and culture.

For aspiring poets, writers and publicists, the department can offer an award fee presented every year at the annual Students Research Conference in April. It was established by the family of renowned Adyghe poet Husen Khamoko in 2000.

Department students have the opportunity to enjoy reading their own articles on Adyghe language, literature, culture and history in printed and on-line editions of “Psal” (“Word”) – a scientific journal published at the Center. The undergraduates tried their hand at publishing as well. For several years they edited and printed various works in Adyghe language – poems, short stories, translations, articles and reviews.  Apart from that they participate in an impressive range of university activities: contests, competitions, Olympiads, debates and discussions all over Russian Federation, always with notable distinction and merits.

The Department praises and promotes practical approach while studying. Thus, the students get the required practice and experience in a range of establishments – from licensed key-schools and universities to publishing houses and government institutions providing a superb level of expertise in their native language, literature, history and culture both throughout the country and abroad. According to the Department Dean, Nuriet A. Khamerzokova,: “Following traditions of classical Adyghe education also means providing our students with every opportunity that helps them to fulfill and broaden their creative potential”.

Department Dean:

Nuriet A. Khamerzokova, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Deputy Dean for Research:

Faizet I. Kheishkho, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Deputy Dean for Education:

Bela A. Tsey, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Paperwork manager:

Saida I. Khatchetsukova

Teaching Staff\Subjects:

Mira D. Blipashaova, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • Adyghe (Native) language
  • Adyghe historic prose: linguo-cultural aspect
  • Modern Adyghe language

Rima A. Shkhalakhova, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • Adyghe (Native) language
  • Native language Teaching Methods
  • Modern Adyghe language

Mira A. Khachemizova, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • Adyghe (Native) language
  • Adyghe Grammar Practice
  • Theory of Circassian Studies
  • Introduction to the Circassian Studies

Nuriet A. Khamerzokova, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • Native (Adyghe) Literature
  • History of Native (Adyghe) Literature

Nuryat Kh. Khuazheva, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • Native (Adyghe) Literature: Methods of Teaching
  • History of Native (Adyghe) Literature
  • Literary and aesthetic unity of North Caucasian fiction

Bela A. Tsey, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • Adyghe Folklore
  • Adyghe expatriate community literature
  • Artistic and literary environment of the Adyghe expatriate community

Julieta A. Akhmetova, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • History of Native (Adyghe) Literature

Bella Kh. Lyamova, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • Adyghe Children’s Literature
  • History of Native (Adyghe) Literature

Faizet I. Kheishkho, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • Modern Russian language

Asyat K. Pshizova, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Russian Philology

Courses:

  • History of Russian literature
  • Seminars on Modern Russian literature

Zarema K. Kakhuzheva, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Russian Philology

Courses:

  • Integrative approach to teaching philological courses of study at school

Hazret Z. Bagirokov, Doctor Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Russian Philology

Courses:

  • Theoretical Stylistics
  • Phenomenon of Bilingualism in Social Linguistics

Zarema A. Tseeva, Candidate for Historical Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe History and Culture

Courses:

  • History of Adyghea

Nart Ch. Kubov, Senior Teacher at the Chair of Adyghe History and Culture

Courses:

  • Native (Adyghe) language Culture History

Zara B. Bguasheva, Candidate for Philological Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Chair of Adyghe Philology

Courses:

  • Dialectic world picture of Adyghe language.