| specialist of higher category, Teacher-Methodologist,
Candidate of Philological Sciences (PhD),
Associate Professor of General and Germanic
Linguistics Department, the teacher of “Latin”
Marta Petryshyn – Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of General and German Linguistics, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University.
Born on January 06, 1969 in Ivano-Frankivsk to a family of employees.
She studied at Ivano-Frankivsk Secondary School # 5 with advanced study of German.
In 1986 she entered the Ivan Franko State University of Lviv to the Faculty of Foreign Languages. In 1991 she graduated with honors from the full course of the mentioned University in the specialty “Classical Philology”.
During 1990-1995 she worked as a teacher of Latin at Kolomyja Gymnasium named after Mikhail Hrushevsky.
She continued her teaching at the Department of General and Comparative Linguistics at Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University as an Assistant Professor (1995-2003), Senior Lecturer (2004-2010), Assistant Professor (2011).
In September 2005, she defended her PhD thesis on “The Semantic Field of Adjectives of Size in Ancient Greek (Based on Homeric Epic Material)” (specialty 10.02.14 “Classical Languages. Selected Indo-European Languages”).
In 2011 she was awarded the rank of Associate Professor of the Department of General and German Linguistics.
She defended her dissertations for the Candidate Degree in Philology, specialty 10.02.14 “Classical Languages. Selected Indo-European Languages” at the Specialized Academic Councils of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv and Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University.
During 2010-2013 she headed the State Examination Committee at the Faculty of Foreign Languages of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, majoring in Latin, Ancient Greek, Greek and Ancient Literature 6.020303, 7.030502, 8.030502.
He is the author of a number of scientific publications in domestic professional publications and abroad, as well as numerous manuals in Latin for students of the humanities and natural sciences.
Scientific reconnaissance is related to the study of the semantic fields of vocabulary of ancient Greek and Latin.
Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University