Since 2014, I teach at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow:
  • Formal models in linguistics (School of Linguistics, MA level, in English)
  • Experimental linguistics (School of Linguistics, MA level, in English)
  • Experimental studies of the grammar (School of Linguistics, BA level, in English)
  • Introduction to linguistics (Mathematics Department, BA level, in Russian)
Since 2007, I teach at St.Petersburg State University. Courses taught in various years at the Department of General Linguistics and at the Cognitive Sciences Program:
  • Generative syntax (MA level, in Russian)
  • Psycholinguistics (MA level, in Russian)
  • Experimental studies of the grammar (MA level, in Russian)
  • Experimental design in cognitive sciences (MA level, together with Valeria Gershkovich and Nadezhda Moroshkina, in Russian)
  • Interdisciplinary approach to language (MA level, together with Tatiana Chernigovskaya, in English)
  • Introduction to psycholinguistics (BA level, together with Olga Scherbakova and then with Veronica Prokopenya, in Russian)
  • Introduction to linguistics (BA level, in English)
I also take part in Eric Reuland's short courses on generative grammar, organized in St.Petersburg every spring since 2003:
  • 2016. Experimental studies of anaphora.
  • 2015. Experimental studies of anaphora.
  • 2014. The course was cancelled.
  • 2013. Studies combining theoretical and experimental linguistics.
  • 2012. Language and its interfaces.
  • 2011. The course was cancelled.
  • 2010. Anaphoric dependencies: A window into the architecture of the language system.
  • 2009. Universals and the typology of reflexives.
  • 2008. Issues in argument structure: The Theta-system.
  • 2007. Binding conditions: How are they derived?
  • 2006. Anaphoric dependencies: A window into the architecture of the language system.