12 September 2013

Professor Pancheva at NYI Summer School

Over the summer, USC Linguistics Professor Roumi Pancheva taught at the NYI Summer School. Classes took place from July 15 to Aug 2 at the St. Petersburg State University in St. Petersburg, Russia. Professor Pancheva taught several classes, including Conditionals (with Rajesh Bhatt of UMass and Sabine Iatridou of MIT), Implicit Arguments (with Rajesh Bhatt of UMass), and Aspect (with Sabine Iatridou of MIT and Sergei Tatevosov of Moscow State University). The summer school brings together faculty and students from all over the world, and aims to give opportunities to study outside of traditional discipline areas.

Following the summer school, Professor Pancheva visited Moscow. She has also provided us with some wonderful pictures of her time in Russia:

A sculpture in the courtyard at St. Petersburg State University
Professor Pancheva in front of the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Petersburg
Outside the Palace Square and Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
Professor Pancheva at the iconic St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow's Red Square
Thanks for sharing your summer activities, Professor Pancheva!

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