Ekaterina Tereshko is a versatile scholar with a strong background in linguistics and a keen interest in literary studies. With a Bachelor’s degree in Germaanse Talen (Dutch language) from the State University of Saint Petersburg, her outstanding undergraduate thesis earned her a prestigious prize from the Nederlands Instituut in Sint-Petersburg. Continuing her academic journey, she pursued Master’s degrees in Language Theory and Language History of European Languages (SPb), as well as Multilingual Communication at the University of Gent in Belgium.
During her PhD studies, she gained extensive experience as a Dutch language teacher at Lomonosov State University in Moscow, incorporating literature into her teaching approach. She subsequently worked as a junior researcher at the Institute of Linguistics at the Russian Academy of Sciences, actively contributing to the Poesia21 project.
Currently pursuing her PostDoc, Ekaterina focuses on the stylistic features of Dutch texts within the Impact & Fiction project. This research endeavor combines her passions for literature and linguistics, allowing her to explore the interplay between language, literature, and aesthetic experience. Her diverse expertise and dedication to language and literary research make her a valuable scholar in the field of Dutch linguistics and literary studies.