Popov Mikhail Borisovich (Russia)

Doctor of Philology, Professor, St. Petersburg State University
Editorial Board Member, Editor of Linguistics Section
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1979 — graduated from the Faculty of Philology (main field of study: Russian Philology; specialist in teaching of the Russian language as a foreign language with knowledge of English), Leningrad State University;

1982 — completed doctoral studies, Department of Russian Language, Faculty of Philology, Leningrad State University;

1982 — Candidate of Philology; title of candidate thesis: “Morphonological stage of the process of falling of reduced vowels in the Old Russian language: A case study of manuscripts of XIV–XV centuries)”;

2005 — Doctor of Philology; title of doctoral thesis: “Phonological issues in the Russian language: Synchronic and diachronic aspects”;

2011-2016 — Head of the Department of Russian Language, St. Petersburg State University.

 

E-mail:   m.popov@spbu.ru

 

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Author of scholarly publications on historical phonology and phonetics of the modern Russian language.

The most recent notable works include:

1. Popov M. B. K voprosu o smeshenii h i e v drevnenovgorodskikh pamiatnikakh [Towards the shift of h and e in the Old Novgorod written monuments]. In: A.S. Gerd (Ed.). Severnorusskie govory — The dialects of the North of Russia, St. Petersburg, 1999, issue 7, pp. 110–116.

2. Popov M. B. O proiskhozhdenii napisanii tipa nougorod'tsi v starorusskikh pamiatnikakh [On the origin of writing tradition of the words like nougorod'tsi in the Old Russian written monuments]. Vestnik of St. Petersburg State University. Series 2. History, Linguistics, Literary Studies, 2001, issue 1, pp. 39–42.

3. Popov M. B. K probleme fonematicheskogo statusa *j v praslavianskom i staroslavianskom [Towards the phonematic status of *j in the Common Slavic and Old Slavic languages]. Vestnik of St. Petersburg State University. Series 2. History, Linguistics, Literary Studies, 2001, issue 3, pp. 48–56.

4. Popov M. B. Novaia glasnaia fonema v russkom iazyke? [A new vowel in eth Russian language?]. Vestnik of St. Petersburg State University. Series 2. History, Linguistics, Literary Studies, 2003, issue 1, pp. 16–25.

5. Popov M. B. O fonologicheskom statuse dolgikh miagkikh shipiashchikh v sovremennom russkom literaturnom iazyke [On the phonological status of long soft hushing sounds in the modern Russian literary language]. Issledovaniia po slavianskim iazykam — Research on the Slavonic languages, 2004, no. 9, pp. 129–151.

6. Popov M. B. Problemy sinkhronicheskoi i diakhronicheskoi fonologii russkogo iazyka [Issues of sinchronic and diachronic of the Russian phonology]. St. Petersburg, 2004.

7. Popov M. B. K voprosu o napisaniiakh tipa TROT na meste refleksov psl. *TЪRT v rukopisiakh XIV–XV vv.: slogovye plavnye ili vtoroe polnoglasie? [Towards the writing tradition of syllables like TROT at the Common Slavic reflexes *TЪRT  in the manuscripts of XIV-XV centuries: Slavic liquid metathesis or second plenophony]. Russkij yazyk v nauchnom osveshchenii — Russian Language and Linguistic Theory, 2006, no. 2, pp. 230–242.

8. Popov M. B. O prichinakh vozniknoveniia severnorusskogo tsokan'ia [On the origin of pronouncing 'ch' as 'ts' the North Russian dialects].In: Bibleistika. Slavistika. Rusistika [Bible Studies. Slavonic Studies. Russian Studies], St. Petersburg, 2011, pp. 481–494.

9. Popov M. B., Averina S. A., Navtanovich L. M., Starovoitova O. A. Staroslavianskii iazyk [The Old Slavic language]. St. Petersburg, 2013.

10. Popov M. B. Fonetika sovremennogo russkogo iazyka [Phonetics of the modern Russian language]. St. Petersburg, 2014.