Department of Polonaise Studies

Head - R.P. Radyshevskij, doctor of philological sciences, professor
Phone Numbers - 239-34-31; 34-31
Room №97

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In 2000 the Sub-department of Polish Studies (headed by Prof. Rostyslav Petrovych Radyshevsky, Dr. of Philol., since February 2009 – a corresponding member of the Ukrainian National Academy of Science) separated from the Sub-department of Slavonic Philology; it is an issuing Sub-department. The overall number of students is more than 60. Academic stuff: Dr. of Philology, Associate Professor T.O. Chernysh; Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor L.V. Nepop; Candidate of Philology, Associate Prof. N.B. Demyanenko; Candidate of Philology, Associate Prof. T.V. Khaider; Assistant O.S. Patseyevs`ka; Assistant M.M. Kosyts`ka; Candidate of Philology, Assistant T.B. Dovzhok; Assistant Katazhyna Derzhavyn – provide normative and special courses in the Polish literature and linguistic, the methodology of teaching Polish as a foreign language, the theory and practice of translation studies. The Sub-department issues collected academic works `Kyiv Polish Studios` (11 volumes published).
The Sub-department of Polish Studies initiated the publication of the series of bilingual texts (Polish and Ukrainian). Such selected works as `Y.Slovats`ky. Poems` (1999), `Y. Ivashkevytsch. Poems` (2000), `Peredzvony pol`s`koi lyutni` (2002) were published. The members of the Sub-department systematically take part in conferences and congresses of Slavonic Studies experts. Five international conferences - `A. Mitskevytsch and Ukraine (1998), `Y. Slovats`ky and Ukraine` (1999), `Y. Ivashketytsch and Ukraine` (2000), `Ukrainian School in the Literature and Culture of the Ukrainian Polish Frontier` (2004), `European Dimension of the Ukrainian Polish Studies`. Organizer – Dr. of Philol., Prof. R.P. Radyshevsky.

Such methodological programmes of courses, special courses (s/c) and special workshops (s/w) were prepared for print by the lecturers of the Sub-department:
Dr. of Philol., Associate Prof. T.O. Chernysh; Candidate of Philol., Associate Prof. L.V. Nepop-Aidachych, Assistant M.M. Kosyts`ka; Candidate of Philol., Assistant T.B. Dovzhok; Candidate of Philol., Associate Prof. N.B. Dem`yanenko; Candidate of Philol., Associate Prof. T.V. Khaider; Assistant Patseyevs`ka.

Prof. R.P. Radyshevsky:
1. `History of the Polish Literature (educational program).
2. `Theoretical Issues of the Slavonic Literature Studies` (s/c).
3. `Polish Ukrainian Literary Interrelation` (s/c).
4. `The Problem of Translation of Belles-letters Style` (s/c).
5. Slavonic Literary Interrelation` (s/c).

Dr. of Philol., Associate Prof. T.O. Chernysh:
1. Monograph `Slavonic Vocabulary in the Historical and Etymological Context`
(published in 2003)
2. `Historical Grammar of the Polish Language`.
3. `Polish Word Building` (s/c).
4. `County-specific Studies`
5. `History of the Polish Literary Language`.
6. `Comparative and Historical Grammar of the Slavonic Languages`.
7. `Theoretical Problems of Slavonic Linguistics`.
8. `Comparative and Historical Studies of Vocabulary of the Slavonic Languages`.

Assistant O.S. Patseyevs`ka:
1. `Problems of Translation of Belles-lettres Style` (s/w for Master students).
2. `Methodology of Teaching a Foreign Language in the Secondary School`.
3. Polish-Ukrainian/Ukrainian-Polish Translation Course` (for the third-year students).
4. Polish-Ukrainian/Ukrainian-Polish Translation Course` (for the forth-year students).
5. `Lexical Structure of the Polish Language` (s/c).
6. `Ethics of the Communication Behaviour` (s/c) (for second-year students of Polish Studies).
7. `Relevant Problems of Translation` (s/c) (for forth-year students of Polish Studies).
8. Methodology of the University Lecturing` (s/c) (for Master students).
9. Relevant Problems of Translotology` (s/c) (for Master students).
10. Polish Lexicography`

Candidate of Philol., Associate Prof. L.V. Nepop-Aidachych:
1. `Country-specific Studies` (s/c for fifth-year students).
2. `Methods and Texts for Reading Comprehension in the Polish Language `
3. `Polish Studies in Ukraine` (s/c for forth-year students).
4. `Relevant Problems of the Slavonic Studies` (s/c for third-year students).
5. `Polish Language` (for students of the Institute for International Relations).

Candidate of Philol., Associate Prof. T.V. Khaider:
1. `History of the Polish Culture` (for fifth-year students, specialists).
2. `History of the Polish Culture` (for fifth-year students, Master students).
3. `Literary Schools and Tendencies` (for forth-year students, specialists).
4. `History of the Polish Culture` (for second-year students).
5. `History of the Polish Culture` (for forth-year students).

Candidate of Philol., Associate Prof. N.B. Dem`yanenko:
1. `Phraseology of the Polish Language` (s/c).
2. Principal Slavonic Language (Polish)`.

Candidate of Philol., assistant T.B. Dovzhok:
1. `History of the World Literature (Polish)` (IV year).
2. `Literature in the Context of the World Culture` (V year).
3. `Relevant Problems of the Slavonic Literature Studies` (V year).
4. `Principal Slavonic Language (Polish).`

Assistant M.M. Kosyts`ka:
`Principal Slavonic Language (Polish)`.

Dr. of Philol., Prof. R.P. Radyshevsky is the author of 180 academic and 4 methodological works, among which there are 3 anthologies, 6 monographs.
Dr. of Philol., Associate Prof. T.O. Chernysh is the author of more than 50 academic works on Slavonic historical linguistics, in particular historical lexicology and etymology.
Due to the efforts of Prof. Radyshevsky and the close collaboration with the Council of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth a library of Polish literature constituting over 15 000 copies was founded.
In spring 2003 `The Polish Centre` was opened at the Sub-department, which aims to promoting the Polish language and culture in Ukraine.
Due to the mutual effort of the International School of Ukrainian Studies and the Polish Centre, created 19.03.2003 at the Sub-department of Polish Studies of the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, the series of Polish language courses for students of various specializations were initiated. This course must live to the expectations of those who want to learn the Polish language, culture, tradition, history and contemporaneity. It must be mentioned that Polish is the native language for the Polish people living in Ukraine. It is taught in many educational institutions and it is in the core of a sincere concern of the youth. The Sub-department co-operates with the Polish academic and educational institutions (Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw University, Jagiellonian University (Krakow), Catholic University of Lublin, Lublin Skladowska-Curie University, Wroslaw University, Polish Institute in Kyiv).
Students go to Warsaw and Wroslaw for semester studies, as well as to Krakow and Lublin for summer courses.
The Polish lecturers are permanently working at the Sub-department.
Candidate of Philol., Associate Prof. L.V. Nepop-Aidachych and Candidate of Philol., Associate Prof. S.M. Yakovenko have been working on their doctoral thesis.

Rostyslav Petrovych Radyshevkii ( 28 March 1948 ) is a Ukrainian academician and Professor of Kyiv University in Kiev. An outstanding scholar in the field of Ukrainian and Polish Literature studies, an author of educational manuals, editor and publisher of scholarly journals. So far we know more than 200 published works of Radyshevski.
Biography.
Radyshevskii was born on 28 March, 1948 in the village Bukhariv, Ostrog District, Rivne Region. Radyshevskii graduated from Taras Shevchenko State University in 1975 the department of Slavonic Languages. The speciality Slavic philologist, the teacher of Polish and Ukrainian language and literature. In 1978 he became a researcher at the National Institute of Literature. In 1979 he graduated from doctoral program and had his dissertation “Lesya Ukrainka and Polish Literature”defended and earned a PhD Degree. In 1996 he defended his Doctorate on the topic “Polish-Ukrainian Poetry of the end of XVI the beginning of the XVII century”.
From 1998 till 2000 he was the Professor of Slavonic Department of the Shevchenko State University.He is Corresponding Member of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. In 2000 Radyshevskii became the Head of Polish Philology Institute of the Shevchenko State University, the head of the Centre of Polish Sciences of Philology Institute. He is the author of more than 200 scientific and 10 educational manuals including 4 anthologies and 7 scientific works.
• “Iskry yednanye. Lesya Ukrainka and Polish Literature” 1983.
• “Y. Slovatskii. Life and Works” 1985
• “Polonistychny and comparative studies” 1999-2011

Tetyana Oleksandrivna Chernysh (born 2.3.1953 in Bucha of Kyiv oblast`) is Doctor of Philology, Professor at the Sub-department of Polish Studies at the Institute of Philology.
In 1971 she began her studies at the Slavonic Sub-department of the Department of Philology at the Kyiv State (now National) Taras Shevchenko University. 1976-1987 she worked at the Potebnya Institute of Linguistics (1976-1979 as a senior lab assistant, 1979-1987 as a junior research worker of General and Slavonic Linguistics). 1986 she presented her candidate thesis `Etymological Families of Roots with the Initial Meaning of Burning in the Slavonic Languages (*gor-/zar-, *zeg-/zig-, *pel-/pal-)`. Since 1987 she has been working at the KNU T. Shevchenko (1987-1989 as an assistant, 1989-1994 as a senior lecturer, 1994-2000 as Associate Professor of the Sub-department of Slavonic Philology, 2000-2005 as Associate Professor of the Sub-department of Polish Studies, since 2005 as Professor of the Sub-department). 1994 she received the academic status of Associate Professor of the Slavonic Philology Sub-department. She has taught the history of the Polish literature, grammar and history of the Polish language, comparative and historical grammar of the Slavonic languages, special courses `Theoretical Problems of the Slavonic Linguistics`, `Comparative and Historical Studies of Vocabulary of the Slavonic Languages`, `History of the Ukrainian Slavonic Studies` etc. In 2003 she presented her doctoral thesis `Comparative and typological Research of the Slavonic Vocabulary in the Context of Etymological Word-families with closely related roots (*pek-, *vir-/vor-, *kyp-/kvap-/kop-)`. She is the author of over 70 works on comparative and historical lexicology and etymology of the Slavonic languages, as well as Polish linguistics. She used to be a member of the Ukrainian Society of Academics of the Polish Origin, currently is a member of the International Society of Bristol Polish Language Teachers and Kyiv Society of Teachers of the Polish Language.
Awards – Award from the President of the Ukrainian National Academy of Science for the series of works `Problems of the Slavonic Vocabulary Development` (1984), Order of the Polish Republic `For services to the Polish culture` (2000).

Lidiya Vasylivna Nepop-Aidachych (born 14 May 1976 in Kyiv) is Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor at the Sub-department of Polish Studies. In 1999 she graduated from the KNU T.Shevchenko (Slavonic Languages and Literature, Ukrainian Language and Literature) with honours and took the Master programme `Polish Language and Literature, Ukrainian Language and Literature. Since 1999 she has worked as an assistant of the Slavonic Philology Sub-department. 1999-2000 – a postgraduate student of the Slavonic Philology Sub-department, 2000-2003 – a postgraduate student of the Sub-department of Polish Studies. In 2003 she presented her candidate thesis on `Lexical Peculiarities of the Polish Dialects in Khmelnytsky and Zhytomyrsky regions`, which was later used as a foundation of the monograph issued in 2004. Since 2005 she has worked as Associate Professor of the Sub-department of Polish Studies. Since September 2008 she is Doctoral Candidate of the Sub-department of Polish Studies.
She worked out new special courses for the Polish language studies, prepared a great number of programmes for normative and special courses for students of Polish Studies. She took part in a number of international conferences both in her home country and abroad, in particular in Poland (Warsaw, Krakow), presenting the results of her own academic researches. `Lexical Peculiarities of the Polish Dialects in Khmelnytsky and Zhytomyrsky regions`. She is the author of over 40 academic articles, methodological works, a textbook in the Polish cognitive ethno linguistics, is a compiler of the Ukrainian part of the international Logistical bibliography (Bibliographie Linguistique) (Hague, the Netherlands) (volumes since 1997). She did her academic research as a member of the International Committee in Ethno linguistics of the International Committee of the Experts in Slavonic Studies.

Olena Stanislavna Patseyevska (born 22 August 1069 in Kyiv) is an assistant of the Sub-department of Polish Studies. In 1993 graduated from the KNU T.Shevchenko, Sub-department of Slavonic Philology of the Department of Philology. 1994-2000 she worked as an assistant of the Sub-department of Slavonic Philology. After foundation of the Sub-department of Polish Studies in 2000 she was hired as an assistant of this sub-department. Since 1998 she acts as an accountable secretary of the editorial board of the annual international academic conference commemorating L.A. Bulahovsky and of the collected academic research works `Comparative Research of the Slavonic Languages`. She is currently working on her thesis on `Works of Spirydon and Teofil Ostashevskys`. She is the author of a number of academic and methodological works.

Tetyana Vasylivna Khaider (born 5 March 1965 in Kyiv) is Candidate of Philol., Associate Professor. 1988 she graduated from the Department of Philology (Slavonic Philology) of the KNU T.Scevchenko. Since 1994 she is an assistant of the Sub-department of Slavonic Linguistics of the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. Since 2001 she is an assistant of the Sub-department of Polish Studies, since 2009 – Associate Professor. She is a lecturer in the Polish language and literature. Professional interests - problems of the modern literature and culture studies. Her academic analysis was published both in Ukrainian and Polish.

Kostytska Mariya Mykolayivna was born on October, 11th 1983 in Kyiv. Assistant of department of polish studying. In 2000 entered to Institute of philology (department of Slavonic philology), was graduated in 2005. Continues study in graduate school on specialty «Literature of Slavonic people (Polish)», Writes dissertation on a theme «Rhetorical-polemic discourse of polish treatise the «Litos» of metropolitan Petro Mohyla». In 2008 has graduated the interdisciplinary program for the graduate students of Academy «Arts Liberates» at the Warsaw University, within the framework of which took part in the scientific sessions of International humanitarian school of Central-East Europe. Continues study on the post graduation qualifying courses of study of the Polish language and culture as foreign (Shlonsiy University). Teaches the Polish language, special courses, also conducts the courses of the Polish language at a department.

Dovzhok Tetyana Volodymyrivna (18.01.1976, c. Rokitne, Kyiv region) – candidate of philological sciences, assistant of department of polish studying. In 1998 has graduated from Kyiv national university of Taras Shevchenko, in 2008 defends candidate's dissertation on a theme: "Polish post-war prose of frontier: identity, temporal space, catastrophes". From 2006 works as an assistant of department of polish studying of Institute of philology. In a period 2001-2006 worked as a translator at the Polish Institute in Kyiv - official representative office of Ministry for foreign affairs of Republic of Poland in Ukraine. Took part in the International and All Ukrainian scientific conferences (The scientific reading Slavic studies, devoted to memory of academician Leonid Boulahovscogo (Kyiv, April 2007); annual professional conferences in Institute of philology of the Kyiv national university of Taras Shevchenko; an international scientific-practical conference the "European measuring of Ukrainian polish studying" (Kyiv – Uman - Irpin, October 2007); an all Ukrainian scientific conference with participation of young scientists «Dialog of cultures: linguistic and study of literature measuring» (April, 2008) and others like that.

Svitlana Baidatska
Candidate of Science (Philology), Assistant of the Polonistik Department.
Born on 23 of April 1985 in the Blagovishchensk town of the Russian Federation. In 2007 graduated from Kyiv national Taras Shevchenko University and got Diploma with honors. In December 2010 defended the thesis and got the Candidate of Science (Philology), speciality 10.01.03 – Slavonic literature. The theme of the thesis is “Modification of travel genre in the creative work of J.I.Krashevski”.
From the 1st of September 2009 until the present time has been working on the position of Assistant of the Polonistik department in the Institute of Philology Kyiv national Taras Shevchenko University.
Gives lecture course “The history of foreign literature (Polish) for students of the 4th year of study, speciality “Literary creativity”.
Teaches a practice course “ The Polish literary creativity language” for students of Institute of Journalism, Kyiv national Taras Shevchenko University “Speciality Journalism”, “ Publishing business and editing” and both for students of the history department.
Supervises student’s course works and Bachelor’s papers, speciality “Slavonic languages and literature”.
Scientific experience includes participation in the international conferences such as “Krashevskiy as a world phenomenon” (Zhytomyr, 2002), “The European dimension of the Ukrainian Polonistika” (Kyiv, 2007), “The international Slavonic readings dedicated to the memory of the academician L.N.Bulahovskiy (Kyiv, 2009), scientific trainings in Wroclaw University (2005), training in the international school of Humane Science of Eastern and central Europe by the centre of Anitiquity tradition investigation (Warsaw, 2007, 2008, 2009 and course for polonistic-teachers “ Effective teaching of the Polish language outside Poland (Lublin, 2010).

Topic list of term and diploma papers
1. Features of the Polish phonetic system in comparison with Ukrainian.
2. Features of expression of category of gender in Polish language».
3. Comparative analysis of the systems of verbal inflexion in the Polish and Ukrainian languages.
4. Simple sentences in the Polish and Ukrainian languages.
5. Structure of predicate in the Polish and Ukrainian languages.
6. System of verbal times in Polish and Ukrainian languages.
7. Nominal classifications in the Polish Speech.
8. The lexical borrowing in Polish language.
9. Features of the Polish youth manner of speaking.
10. Ukrainian-language aspects in "Trilogy" G Sencevich.
11. Speech of the modern Polish advertising.
12. Linguistic features of the names of the modern Polish commodities.
13. Microtext in modern Polish publicities (recipes, advices, horoscopes, announcements).
14. Polis-Ukrainian linguistic homonims. False friends of translators.
15. Synonymic riches of the Polish language (on material of nouns, verbs).
16. Antonyms facilities of the Polish language.
17. Toponymy of Warsaw: lexical-semantic analysis.
18. Phraseological units with the verbs of speech in the Polish language.
19. Phraseological units with the names of birds in the Polish language.
20. Toponyms, derivative from the names of plants.
21. The name of birds in the Polish language.
22. Lexical features of novels of I.Hmelevska.
23. Speech mastery of U Tuvim.
24. Lingval-stilistic features M. Dombrovskiy’s stories.
25. Dialectal elements in the novel of St. Reymont "Chlopi".
26. The role of landscape in a novel of S.Zheromskiy "Ash" and language means of its description.
27. Features of syntax of poetry Yan Tvardovskiy.
28. Communicative situation in the artistic world of lyrical poetries of A.Mitskevich.
29. Lingvistic facilities of expression of reteller’s attitude in a poem of A.Mitskevic "Pan Tadeush".
30. Structure features of aphorisms of S.E.Lem.
31. Features of Polish newspeak.
32. Semantic processes in the modern Polish vocabulary.
33. Patterns of formation of neologisms in the modern Polish language.
34. Linguostylistic features of the modern Polish song.
35. Biblical elements in composition of phraseological units.
36. Expression of categories in the personal forms of verbs (in comparison with Ukrainian).
37. Tailings of dualism in the Polish and Ukrainian languages.
38. Archaic prefixes in the Polish and Ukrainian languages.
39. Ukrainian-language elements in the Polish language.
40. Polish-Ukrainian linguistic mutual relations at the XIX-XX centuries.
41. Names of dishes in the Polish and Ukrainian languages.
42. Names of flowers in the Polish language in comparison with Ukrainian.
43. Semantic motivation of the names of chess figures in the Polish language in comparison with Ukrainian.
44. The figurative use of verbs with the value of motion in the Polish language in comparison with Ukrainian.
45. Lingval appearance of wolf (bear, fox) in the Polish picture of world.
46. The semantic field of kindness in the Polish language.
47. Lexic-Semantic group of the names of clothes in the Polish language (historic-cultural and etymologic analysis).
48. Semantic structure of nest with a root "vod" = (to drive, wodzic)
49. Achievements of Polish lexicography.

Normative courses
The Polish language for 1st year - professor Chernysh T.O
The Polish language for 2nd year- professor Chernysh T.O.
The Polish language for 2nd year- associate professor Nepop L.V.
The Polish language for 3rd year- associate professor Nepop L.V.
The Polish language for 1st year - associate professor Demyanenko N.B.
The Polish language for 3rd year - associate professor Demyanenko N.B.
The Polish language for 4th year - associate professor Demyanenko N.B.
The Polish language for master's degrees - professor Chernysh T.O.
The Polish language for 5th year - assistant Patseevska O.S
History of the Polish language for 3rd year - professor Chernysh T.O.
History grammar of the Polish language for 3rd year - professor Chernysh T.O.
Bases of comparative-historic study of the Polish language- professor Chernysh T.O.
History of Polish literature for 3rd year - professor Radishevskiy R.P.
History of Polish literature for 1st year - associate professor The Hayder T.V.
History of Polish literature for 4th year - associate professor Hayder T.V.
History of Polish literature for 5th year - associate professor Hayder T.V.
History of Polish literature for master's degrees - associate professor Hayder T.V.
History of Polish literature for 2 year - associate professor Hayder T.V.
The Special Courses
Esthetical discourse of Polish literature for 4th year- associate professor Hayder T.V.
History of the Polish culture for master's degrees - associate professor Hayder T.V.
History of the Polish culture for 5th year- associate professor Hayder T.V.
Literature in the context of world culture is a 5 course - associate professor Hayder T.V.
Theoretical questions of Slavonic literary criticism - associate professor Hayder T.V.
Literary schools and directions for 4th year- professor Radishevskiy R.P.
Polish-Ukrainian boundries for 4th year- professor Radishevskiy R.P.
Polish studying in Ukraine for 4th year- professor Radishevskiy R.P.
The issue of the day in Ukrainian Slavic studies (literary criticism) for 5th year- professor Radishevskiy R.P.
History of Polish criticism for 5th year- professor. Radishevskiy R.P.
Literature in the context of world culture for master's degrees - professor Radishevskiy R.P.
Literatures of Slavonic foreign space for master's degrees - professor Radishevskiy R.P.
History of Polish literary criticism for master's degrees - professor Radishevskiy R.P.
The word-formation of the Polish language for 3rd year- professor Radishevskiy R.P.
Regional geography of Poland for 1st year- professor. Chernysh T.O.
The issue of the day in Ukrainian Slavic studies (linguistics) for 5th year- professor Chernysh T.O.
The theoretical questions of Slavic philology for master's degrees - professor Chernysh T.O.
History of Ukrainian Slavic philology for master's degrees - professor Chernysh T.O.
Ethics of linguistics conduct for 2nd year - assistant Patseevska O.S
A theory and practice of translation for 4th year- assistant Patseevska O.S
The method of teaching of the Polish language for 4th year- assistant Patseevska O.S
The issue of the day in Polish translation for 4th tear - assistant. Patseevska O.S
The specific of verbal translation for 4th year - assistant Patseevska O.S
The features of the Polish natural language for 5th year - assistant Patseevska O.S
The issue of the day of translation for master's degrees - assistant Patseevska O.S
The method of higher education establishment’s lecture for master's degrees - assistant Patseevska O.S
The Linguo regional geography for 5th year - assistant Patseevska O.S

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