At the International conference of Abay KazNPU

May 24-26, 2018 in the Institute of Philology and Multilingual Education is the International Scientific and Theoretical Conference «Problems of Poetics and Poetry VIII, dedicated to the 90th anniversary of KazNPU», organized by Chair of Russian Language and Literature.

This conference is traditional, it has been taking place at our university since 2003 for the eighth time. Once in three years, scientists of philology from different countries come. The best Kazakh linguists and literary critics take part in it.

At the first plenary session, the rector of KazNPU Professor Takir Balykbaev addressed the conference participants with a welcoming speech. Consul of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation Irina Pereverzeva congratulated on-line the audience with the beginning of the conference.

The moderator of the plenary session, the director of the Institute of Philology and Polyglot Baltabay Abdigaziuly, gave the floor to the speakers: the Vice-rector of the Pomor Academy in Slupsk, Poland, Professor Danuta Guerczynskaya, the director of Auezov Institute of Literature and Art, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan, Ualikhan Kalyzhanov, Professor Karlygash Kabdulova.

Professor Larisa Eglit delivered a report on the history of Chair of Russian Language and Literature.

Among the guests who came to the scientific forum there are well-known literary scholars of Russia, the authors of numerous monographs and textbooks that our students-philologists are familiar with. This is a professor at Lomonosov Moscow State University Lilia Valentinovna Chernets, associate professor of Gertsen RSPU Marina S. Kostyukhina. From Finland came associate professor Catherine Vlasova, from Italy - Professor Yevgeny Kazartsev.

Famous Kazakh scientists Galina Muchnik, Nagima Sagandykova, Aliya Kulumbetova - permanent participants of the conference «Problems of poetics and poetry» - spoke at the second plenary meeting.

The second day of the conference was full of scientific communication of participants in four thematic sections.