My name is Natalia Zevakhina. Here is very brief information about me.

My primary professional interests comprise semantics and pragmatics of natural languages, in particular, cognitive semantics, formal semantics and pragmatics. Also, I am interested in linguistic typology, corpus linguistics (including learner corpora), non-standard Russian, cognitive linguistics, morphosyntax, and experimental linguistics.

Since February 2015 I have been a faculty member of the School of Linguistics (the Faculty of Humanities) at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE).

Since February 2013 I have been working on the Corpus of Russian Student Texts at the Linguistic Laboratory for Corpora Research Technologies at HSE.

From September 2012 to January 2015 I was a faculty member of the Faculty of Philology at HSE.

In 2012 I defended PhD "Syntax of exclamative constructions" at Lomonosov Moscow State University (Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics) under the supervision of Ekaterina Lyutikova.

In 2010-2011 I participated in the NWO project "Quantity matters: Building a theory of Q-implicature" guided by Bart Geurts and was a faculty member of Radboud University in Nijmegen (the Netherlands).  

In 2008-2010 I worked for the company "Avicomp Services" in Moscow.

In 2009 I graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State Univesity (Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics).

My HSE personal webpage is here.