|Position:||Associate Professor, Master’s Program Director|
Graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University with a specialist degree (cum laude) in Linguistics and Intercultural Communication (1998) and from Coventry University, UK, with a first-class honours BA degree in Modern Languages (1996).
Awarded a PhD degree for a dissertation on the Rhythm of Political Oratory (2002).
Rhetoric; public speaking; public relations; business communication; political communication; academic communication.
- Linguistic and Cultural Studies (the UK, Australia, and New Zealand)
- Linguistic and Cultural Studies (the USA and Canada)
- English Language Practice
- Principles and Practices of Speech Communication
- Public Speaking
- Minaeva, L., Gvozdannaya, N., Danilina, V., Lukanina, M., et al. (2016). English for Masters. Academic Writing. Public Administration and Management. Moscow: University Publishers.
- Danilina, V. (2012). Teaching Business Communication to Management Students. Public Administration. Electronic Journal, 35. URL: https://e-journal.spa.msu.ru/uploads/vestnik/2012/vipusk__35._dekabr_2012_g./podgotovka_upravlentcheskih_kadrov/danilina.pdf
- Danilina, V., Lukanina, M., Minaeva, L., Salieva, L. & Filimonov, A. (2012). Public Relations: Composing Texts: Theory and Practice. Moscow: Aspect Press (in Russian).
- Danilina, V. & Salieva, L. (2011). Rhetoric of Business Presentation. In: L. Minaeva (ed.) Communication in Business (pp.
36-54).Moscow: Moscow University Press (in Russian).
- Danilina, V. & Varchenko, V. (2010). English for Professional Communicators. Moscow: University Publishers.
- Danilina, V. (2005) Political Rhetoric as a Field of Study. Moscow University Management Bulletin, 2, pp.
- Danilina, V. (2004). Rhythmic Analysis of Political Oratory. Moscow: Flinta, Nauka (in Russian).
- Danilina, V. (2002). Rhythmic Characteristics of Political Oratory. Moscow University Linguistics Bulletin, 4, pp.
Membership in Professional Organizations
Member of the Russian Association of Rhetoric
Member of the Association of Public Relations Educators.
Supervised 12 bachelor’s and master’s theses.