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28 February, 16:00

Linguist and defender Viktor Moisienko is the guest of the next Violity podcast episode

Linguist and defender Viktor Moisienko is the guest of the next Violity podcast episode
Linguist Viktor Mykhailovych Moisienko was born in the Zhytomyr region in 1966. During his 30 years of work at Zhytomyr State University, he rose from assistant professor of the Ukrainian language to professor. 
He is a participant in many international conferences, a member of specialized academic councils, including the Scientific Expert Council of the Ministry of Education and Science for the selection of projects in philology and art history for state funding.
The building of the Ivan Franko Zhytomyr State University
The building of the Ivan Franko Zhytomyr State University
But his successful research and teaching career was interrupted by the war. From the first days of the full-scale invasion, Moisienko joined the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Today, Professor is not only his academic title, but also his call sign. 
"There was no hesitation here. On February 24-25, when the first bombs fell, I think that many such professors, doctors, teachers, and other people simply went to war because it seems to me that this is really the last battle where Ukraine should not lose," said Professor and Junior Sergeant Moisienko in an interview with Suspilne Zhytomyr in the spring of 2022. The man is confident: "We don't need to go to war to die, we need to go to war to survive, to win and to build Ukraine." 
The chevron of the Doctor of Philology reads: "Language is your weapon." Viktor Mykhailovych's research interests include synchronic and diachronic dialectology, issues of Ukrainian dialect and glotogenesis, the history of the literary and written Ukrainian language, its functioning in different time periods. He is the author of 130 scientific publications.

It is an honor for us to announce that Viktor Moisienko has become a guest on the new episode of the Listen to Violity podcast.
"Before the recording, I waited in the studio for an hour until he got a connection to the starlink. The man in the trench speaks about things of national and global importance in a sincere, worldview, and scientific way," shares her impressions of the conversation with the hero Denys Minin, the podcast host.
Denys and his guest discussed the study of Ukrainian old printed books, the importance of returning cultural heritage, the role of language in creating a nation, hostile history textbooks, and much more. The conversation turned out to be extremely interesting and informative. So don't miss the next episode of Listen to Violity on YouTube this Friday, March 1.
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