Yuliya Stodolinska, PhD

Yuliya Stodolinska is an Associate Professor at the Department of English Philology at Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University. She defended her PhD dissertation in Germanic Languages at Kherson State University in 2013.

She is an active participant of DAAD Ostpartnerschaftsprogramm, «The Bio‑Politics of Borders in Times of Crisis» between Saarland University and Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University. Yuliya Stodolinska has presented her research on border crossings portrayed in American children’s literature and American university discourse at the UdS American Studies Graduate Forum (Saarland University, 2018-2020). She is a recipient of DAAD University Summer Course Scholarship and completed a course in Intercultural Communication at Martin-Luther-Universität Halle Wittenberg (August – September 2009). Yuliya Stodolinska was awarded the Eurasian Undergraduate Exchange Program Fellowship and studied Business and Intercultural Communication at Riverland Community College (Austin, Minnesota, USA) in 2006-2007. Currently Yuliya Stodolinska is the academic advisor of students completing their Master’s thesis at the university and an external examiner of Ph.D. dissertations in Philology.

Classes Taught

Intercultural Business Communication and Translation

American Studies and Intercultural Communication 

Business English, and English as a Foreign Language

Project related Publications

  • UdS American Studies Graduate Forum 2020 “Distance and Diversity in Times of Crisis: Literary Expressions and Artistic Responses,” Saarland University, Saarbrücken, October 15-17, 2020 (title of the presentation “Distance in the American University Discourse in the Times of COVID19 Pandemic”)
  • DAAD  Ostpartnerschaftsprogramm  Research project 2018-2020 The Biopolitics of Borders in Times of Crisis Closing Conference 2020 "Border Nightmares, Border Dreams: The Bio-Politics of Borders in Times of Crisis", July, 2020 (title of the presentation “Concept BORDER in Children’s Literature: Discoveries of the Past and Challenges of the Future”)
  • UdS American Studies Graduate Forum 2019 “Liquid Trajectories: Flight, Mobility, and Migration”, Saarland University, Saarbrücken, November 29-30, 2019 (title of the presentation “Oceanic Spaces in AmericanGirl Historical and Contemporary Fiction: Challenges of the Past and Discoveries of the Present”)
  • All-Ukrainian Scientific Conference “Language, Society, Culture”, Kherson State University, Kherson, November 2019 (title of the presentation “Border Crossings in American Fiction Books for Children”)
  • UdS American Studies Graduate Forum 2018 “Cultural Borderlands: Literatures, Film, and Aesthetic Practices,” Saarland University, Saarbrücken, December 7-8, 2018 (title of the presentation “Border Crossings in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Books: the Interrelation of Metaphorical and Physical Borders”)
  • Stodolinska, Yuliya. “Child-narrator in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Books”. Scientific Papers, 2018, pp. 226-229. ISSN 2522-40-77 (Print) ISSN 2522-4085 (Online)

Research Interests

Cognitive Linguistics, Border Studies, Cultural Studies, Discourse Studies and she is the author of a number of publications in these fields of study.