UTREES: University Theses in Russian, Soviet and East European Studies 1907--

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Area/Language:  Russian
ELENA ANTONOVA ÃŒNLü. 2012. Acquisition of the Russian morphology by a bilingual Turkish-Russian child in a Turkish-dominant environment. PhD thesis. London (Birkbeck). Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 60.92%
CATERINA BALISTRERI. 2013. At play: The construction of adulthood and authorial identity in Russian children's literature (1990-2010). PhD thesis. Exeter. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 47.06%
ELENA GOODWIN. 2016. 'Dobraia Staraia Angliia' in Russian perception: Literary representations of Englishness in translated children's literature in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia. Ph.D. thesis. Exeter. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 19.66%
OLENA GUNDARINA. 2019. The experiences and personality development of Russian-speaking migrant pupils in English primary schools. PhD thesis. Leeds. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 11.76%
NINA IVASHINENKO. 2019. Heritage language preservation, social networking and transnational activities: A study of Russian complementary schools in Scotland. PhD thesis. Glasgow. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 14.75%
REBECCA L. KNIGHT. 2012. Remembering the socialist past: Narratives of East German and Soviet childhood in German and Russian fiction and autobiography since 1990/1. PhD thesis. Exeter. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 45.85%
CHARLOTTE LARY. 2008. Creation, piloting and evaluation of a set of teaching materials for Transition Year Russian. M.Litt. thesis. TC Dublin. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 40.37%
U. LENTZ. 2008. The representation of Western European governesses and tutors on the Russian country estate in historical documents and literary texts. PhD thesis. Surrey. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 55.04%
OLGA MALINOVSKAYA. 2015. Teaching Russian classics in secondary school under Stalin (1936-1941). DPhil thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 21.6%
NATALIA V. PAVLOVSKAYA. 2019. How do ab-initio second language learners start to detect words?  An exploratory study of Russian. PhD thesis. Newcastle. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 5%
ANNA SCHNEIDER. 2010. Understanding primary meaning: A study with reference to requests in Russian and British English. PhD thesis. Cambridge. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 39.89%
LADA SMIRNOVA. 2019. Integrating technology into the university language classroom: A study of complexities and perezhivanie in teachers' experience [in a Russian higher education context]. PhD thesis. Manchester. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 8.54%
ANGELOS THEOCHARIS. 2021. Reading, talking and playing literature: Community literary practices of the UK Russian-speaking diaspora. PhD thesis. Edinburgh. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 2.66%
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