Liudmila Minaeva


Professor, Head of the International Communications Department, School of World Politics, Lomonosov Moscow State University

Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Communication, the National University of Science and Technology “MISIS”; President, Association of Public Relations Educators

Degree/rank:Professor, PhD and Doctor of Philology
Phone:+7 495 939-21-55

Graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1970.

Awarded a PhD degree in 1974 and Doctor of Philology degree in 1985.

Research Interests

English philology, speech communication, communication management, public relations.

Courses Taught

Lomonosov Moscow State University

  • Communication Management
  • Corporate Communication
  • Internal Public Relations
  • Government Public Relations
  • Intercultural Public Relations
  • Negotiation Process

National University of Science and Technology “MISIS”

  • Linguo-Cultural Studies (Britain, Australia, and New Zealand)
  • Linguo-Cultural Studies (the USA and Canada)
  • Communication Management
  • Intercultural Business Communication
  • Text Theory
  • Corporate Culture
Selected Publications
  1. Minaeva L., et al (2015). Public Administration: English for Academic Purposes. Moscow: IFRA-M.
  2. Minaeva, L. (Ed.) (2012). Public Relations: Composing Texts: Theory and Practice. Moscow: Aspect Press (in Russian).
  3. Minaeva, L. (Ed.) (2011). Speech Communication in Business. Moscow: Moscow University Press (in Russian).
  4. Minaeva, L. (2010). Internal Corporate Public Relations: Theory and Practice. Moscow: Aspect-Press (in Russian).
  5. Minaeva, L. (Ed.) (2010). Learner’s Dictionary of Public Relations Terms. Moscow: Russkiy Yazyk-Media; Drofa (in Russian).
  6. Minaeva, L. (2007). English Lexicology and Lexicography. Moscow: AST; Astrel.
  7. Minaeva, L. (Ed.) (2007). Speech Communication in Politics. Moscow: Flinta; Nauka (in Russian).
Membership in Professional Organizations
  • President, Association of Public Relations Educators
  • Member of the European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA).
Research Supervision

Surpervised over 40 PhD dissertations.