The famous Russian Turkologist turned 60 years old


Head of the International Turkic Academy (TWESCO) Darkhan Kydyrali has sent a special greetings letter to the well-known Turkologist, prominent representative of Russian Academic Turkic studies - Irina Anatolyevna Nevskaya who celebrates her 60th anniversary. 

TWESCO's head expressed gratitude to the outstanding scholar for her invaluable contribution to Turkology and wished Irina Anatolyevna good health and scientific success. 

Irina Anatolyevna Nevskaya was born in Novokuznetsk, Russia, on February, 3, 1958. Main themes of scientific researches: Altaic languages, Turkic languages, German language, computer linguistics, creation of electronic fund of historical and endangered languages and ancient Turkic languages. Nowadays, I.Nevskaya lives in Germany, she is a professor at the Goethe University Frankfurt and an employee of the Institute of Turkology at the Berlin Independent University. 

It is worth noting that I.A.Nevskaya is a participant of the Academy’s international scientific projects. In particular, she is one of the authors of a multi-volume research on "Endangered Turkic languages" published in 2016.


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Владимир Михайлович Алпатов
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