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Radoslava Trnavac

  • Radoslava Trnavac has been at HSE University since 2022.

Education and Degrees

  • 2006

    PhD
    Leiden University

  • 2002

    Master's
    University of Belgrade

  • 1998

    Master's
    Lomonosov Moscow State University

  • Ph.D. Linguistics (Leiden University, The Netherlands)

  • 2011-2012       Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Linguistics, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada (project name: Discourse parsing for summarization and sentiment detection. Principal Investigator: Dr. Maite Taboada)

    2002-2006       Ph.D. Linguistics, Leiden University, The Netherlands

                            Thesis title: Aspect and subjectivity in modal constructions.

     

    1998-2001       MA (Russian language and literature), Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade

     

    1993-1998       BA+MA (Russian language and literature), Faculty of Philology, Moscow State University „Lomonosov“

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

2021                8 courses at Corpus Linguistics Summer School (online), University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

2013-2015       5 courses in Educational Technology (Online Master’s Program in Educational Technology), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

2014  Introduction to neuroanatomy, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

2014 Neurolinguistics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

2004 Scientific stay in Lyon, Institute for Cognitive Sciences

2001 Summer school in linguistics, Santa Barbara, USA

2000 Scientific stay in University of Armidale, Australia

 

 

Academic Supervision

for a degree of Candidate of Science
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Master's theses

 

1.     Linguomethodological basis for acquisition of the verb aspect in Russian by the third and fourth year high school students, Marija Bakić, October 2018, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad.

2.     Phraseosemantic field with a gender component in Russian and Serbian, Valentina Juhas, September 2019, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

3.     The semantics of hypocrisy and its synonyms in the Russian religious literature, Danka Radovanovic, February 2022, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade

4.     The man among people in the Serbian and Russian language„Man among men in Serbian and Russian linguistic consciousness“, Yana Mandic, February 2022, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade

 

PhD thesis

 

1.     Lexical-semantic field „image of a statesman“ in political discourse and linguistic consciousness of society, Marija Lapigina, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade.

2.     Gender constructs of women politicians in the media. Dragana Pantović, Faculty of Philology, University of Montenegro.

 

Courses (2023/2024)

Courses (2022/2023)

Serbian (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Humanities; 3 year, 1-4 module)Rus

Projects

2020-2022  Project: Advancing Novel Textual Similarity-based Solutions in Software Development (Acronym: AVANTES), funded by Science Fund, Republic of Serbia. Principal investigator: Dr. Boško Nikolić (School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade)

2019-2022      Project: Description and standardization of the Serbian language, Project no. 178021, funded by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia. Principal investigator: Dr. Sreto Tanasić

2018-2019 Project: Languages and cultures through times and space, Project no.178002, funded by funded by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia. Principal investigator: Dr. Snežana Gudurić

2014-2017       Project: The typology of emotive/evaluative expressions, SFU-Griffith Collaborative         Travel Grants Scheme (Canada-Australia), Principal investigators: Dr. Maite Taboada and Dr. Cliff Goddard

2011-2012  Project: Discourse parsing for summarization and sentiment detection, Simon    Fraser University, NSERC Discovery Grant, Principal investigator: Dr. Maite Taboada

Publications48

Conferences

  1. Radoslava Trnavac & Begoña Núñez-Perucha (2024). The role of epistemic and effective stance categories in the creation of 'news values' in the opinion articles on immigration. The 10th Biennial International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English (BICLCE), September 2024. 
  2. Трнавац, Р. (2023). Наречно-прилагательные сочетания в английском языке: классификация, семантика и дискурсивные функции. II симпозиум по корпусной лингвистике. Пермь, ноябрь 2023.
  3. Poldevere, N., Alvestad, S.,  Kibisova, E., andTrnavac, R. (2023). "Fake news around the world: A corpus-based analysis of stance in fake news in English, Norwegian and Russian", BAAL Annual Conference, British Association for Applied Linguistics, University of York, United Kingdom, August 2023.
  4. Trnavac, R. and K.Patterson (2023). Tipping the scales – Analyzing the relation between Metaphor and Evaluation to document the balance of power in the news on the international alliance AUKUS. 16th RaAM Conference. University of Alcala, Spain, June 2023.
  5. Trnavac, R. and N. Poldevere (2023). Is fake news more evaluative? Comparing Appraisal expressions across fake and genuine news in English.14th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics. The Spanish Association for Corpus Linguistics (AELINCO), the University of Oviedo, Spain, May 2023.
  6. Trnavac, R. and E. Hidalgo-Tenorio (2023). Breach of pacta sunt servanda: The AUKUS agreement and evaluation in newspaper discourse. 14th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics. The Spanish Association for Corpus Linguistics (AELINCO), the University of Oviedo, May 2023.
  7. Petrović, M., Batanović, V., Trnavac and B. Kovačević (2022).Cross-Level Semantic Similarity in newswire texts and software code comments: Insights from Serbian data in the AVANTES project. Language Technologies and Digital Humanities conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 2022.
  8. Trnavac, Kovačević, Miličević (2022). Semantic textual similarity and the study of discourse: A two-way relationship. 6th Corpora & Discourse International Conference, Bertinero, Italy, August 2022.
  9. Trnavac, R. (2021). Noun and verb patterns and Attitude in online news comments, the Corpus Linguistics International Conference 2021 (the University of Limerick and Mary Immaculate College), Ireland, (online), July 2021.
  10. Trnavac, R. (2021). Hypocrisy and media presentation of the transition in the energy sector in the context of climate change. 17th International Pragmatics Conference. Winterthur, Switzerland, (online), Јuly 2021.
  11. Trnavac, R.  (2021). Exploring the news discourse on the energy sector in the Russian and the US newspapers, 17th conference of the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association. UiT The Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø, Norway (SCLA 2020/2021), (online), June 2021.
  12. Trnavac, R. and M. Taboada (2021). Epistemic stance and constructiveness in online comments XII International  Corpus Linguistics Congress (CILC2021), University of Murcia, Spain (online), April 2021.
  13. Trnavac, R. (2021). Two cultural concepts from Balkans: merak (pleasure) and inat (spite). 2021 NSM Seminar, University of Brisbane/University of Canberra, Australia (online), April 2021.
  14. Trnavac, R. (2020). The semantic analysis of two concepts in Serbian - инат and мерак. "Lexigraphy and lexicology in the light of current theories and practises", the Institute for the Serbian language, the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, October 2020.
  15. Trnavac, R. (2020). The semantic analysis of a couple of adjectives with affective and experiential meaning in Serbian and Russian. 56th meeting of Slavists, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, February 2020.
  16. Trnavac, R. (2019). Signalization of discourse relations in Serbian and Russian. Languages in time and space  9. University of Novi Sad, November 2019.
  17. Goddard, C., M. Taboada and R. Trnavac (2019). The English [adverb-ly adjective] construction: Classification and distribution across corpora and registers. CLA, Canadian Linguistics Association. Vancouver. June 2019.
  18. Трнавац, Р. (2019). The system of Engagement in Russian. 55th Congress of Slavists, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, February 2019.
  19. Goddard, C., M. Taboada & R. Trnavac (2018). Hilariously ridiculous and other adverb-adjective combinations: Classification and frequency distribution across registers. 4th Meeting of the American Pragmatics Association. Albany, NY. November 2018.
  20. Taboada, M., R. Trnavac & C. Goddard (2016). On being negative. 3rd International Conference of the American Pragmatics Association. Bloomington, Indiana. November 2016.
  21. Trnavac, R. Project on subjectivity and evaluation. University of Tromso, Norway. June 2016 (invite presentation).
  22. Trnavac, R. (2016). Macrostructural summarization of discourse. 54. conference in Slavic Languages, University of Belgrade. Serbia.
  23. Goddard C., Taboada M., Trnavac, R. (2015). Stunning, complex, powerful: The lexical semantics of English evaluational adjectives (NSM approach, with comparative reference to the Appraisal Framework). 2015 Appraisal Symposium, University of New South Wales, Sydney.
  24. Trnavac, R. (2014, invited). Cataphora in discourse. UBC Vision Lab. Department of Psychology.
  25. Trnavac, R. (2014). Cataphora. The cognitive multi-factorial approach of Andrej Kibrik. Discourse Research Group. Simon Fraser University (invited presentation).
  26. Trnavac, R. & M. Taboada (2014). Discourse structure and attitudinal valence of opinion words in sentiment extraction. 88th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. Minneapolis, MN. Poster.
  27. Trnavac, R. & M. Taboada (2013). Discourse relations and affective content in the expression of sentiment in texts. 11th ICGL Conference – Workshop on The semantic field of emotions: Interdisciplinary and cross-linguistic approaches. Rhodes, Greece.
  28. Trnavac, R. (2013). Nonveridical elements and coherence relations. Institute for the Serbian Language. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (invited presentation).
  29. Trnavac, R. & M. Taboada (2012). Backwards anaphora and coherence relations. Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language conference. Vancouver, Canada.
  30. Taboada, M. & R. Trnavac (2012). Cataphoric it and clausal backgrounding. Linguistic Society of America, Portland. USA.
  31. Organization of the panel (with Dr. Maite Taboada): Nonveridicality, evaluation and coherence relations, 12th International Pragmatics Conference, Manchester.
  32. Trnavac, R. & M. Taboada (2010). Contribution of (non)veridical rhetorical relations to evaluation in discourse. 37th International Systemic Functional Linguistics Congress. Vancouver.
  33. Trnavac, R. (2010). Imperfective aspect and modality. Linguistics Colloquium Series. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver.
  34. Trnavac R. and Boogaart, R. (2006). The connection between aspect and modality from a cross-linguistic perspective. International Conference on Tense, Aspect, Mood and Modality. CHRONOS 6. Antwerpen, Belguim.
  35. Boogaart, Ronny & Radoslava Trnavac. (2006). The connection between aspect and modality from a cross-linguistic perspective. 39th annual meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE). Bremen, Germany.
  36. Trnavac, R. (2005). Aspect and subjectivity in the Russian dative-infinitive construction. New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics. Brighton, UK.
  37. Trnavac, R. (2005). Aspect and subjectivity in the Russian imperative. The 5th Annual Conference of the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association. Lawrence, Kansas.
  38. Trnavac, R. (2005). Aspect and subjectivity: the case of the modal infinitive construction. The 9th ICLC (International Cognitive Linguistics Conference). Seoul, Korea. 
  39. Trnavac, R. (2005). Aspect and subjectivity: the dative-infinitive construction in Russian. TABU-DAG, Groningen, the Netherlands.
  40. Boogaart, R., Trnavac, R. & Verhagen, A. (2005). Modal infinitive constructions. TiN-DAG, Dutch Annual Conference on General Linguistics. Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  41. Boogaart, R. & Trnavac R. (2004). Conditional imperatives in Dutch and Russian. TiN-DAG, Dutch Annual Conference on General Linguistics. Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  42. Trnavac, R. (2004). Perfective aspect in modal readings of tenses in Russian and Serbian. 44th meeting of Slavists in Serbia. Belgrade, Serbia.
  43. Trnavac, R. (2003). Aspect and subjectivity: Russian conditional imperative. TABU-DAG. Groningen, The Netherlands.
  44. Trnavac, R. (2003). Correlation between imperfective aspect and subjectivity in Russian dative-infinitive constructions. OOO Leiden graduate students meetings. The Netherlands.
  45. Trnavac, R. (2002). Modal expressions of necessity and impossibility in Russian and Serbian. The first colloquium on the project 'Comparative syntax of Russian and Serbian'. Belgrade, Serbia.
  46. Trnavac, R. (2000). The NSM approach to the conceptualization of hope in Russian. Seminar for postgraduates. Armidale, Australia.
  47. Trnavac, R. (2000). A semantic analyses of the notion of truth in Russian and Serbian. 5th International meeting of the International association of teachers of the Russian language and literature (MAPRJAL). Belgrade/ Nis, Serbia.
  48. Trnavac, R. (1999). The concept of fate in Russian and Serbian. 39th meeting of Slavists in Serbia. Belgrade, Serbia.

Grants

2016 -  SFU-Griffith Collaborative Travel Grants Scheme (Canada-Australia), Pragmatics conference in University of Indiana, Bloomington, USA.

2010-2014 – conference travel grants funded from the project Discourse parsing for summarization and sentiment detection (NSERC, Canada)

2003-2005 Travel grant for scientific stays abroad of the Institute for Linguistics of Leiden

University (LUF) (Scientific stay in Lyon, Institute for Cognitive Sciences)

2002- Sasakawa fellowship for best postgraduate students in humanities (scientific stay in

University of Armidale, Australia)

2001- Scholarship of the Linguistic society of America (summer school in linguistics, Santa

Barbara, USA)

1995-1998 Scholarship of the Ministry of science and technology of Republic of Serbia (travel grants – Moscow-Belgrade)

1995-1998- Scholarship of the company Zepter (Serbia) for best students

1993-1998 Scholarship of the Ministry of education of Russian Federation

1989- Scholarship for young gifted students of Republic of Serbia


Employment history

University of Leiden (the Netherlands), Simon Fraser University (Canada), University of Novi Sad (Serbia), University of Belgrade (Serbia)

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