Igor Maslennikov

Sessional Lecturer (CS)
phone 604 822 5457
location_on Buchanan Tower 908

Regional Research Area

About

Igor Maslennikov studied at the Minsk State Linguistic University, Belarus and at the Karl-Marx University in Leipzig, Germany. He also completed an internship program of the Carl Duisberg Society in Cologne, Germany.

Since 2006 Igor has been an instructor within CENES and with UBC Continuing Studies. He has also taught German at the Language Training Institute at SFU and in private language schools. Igor has more than 23 years’ of combined experience working as a German language instructor, interpreter and translator.

Igor worked as a volunteer translator and interpreter during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He received his MA in Liberal Studies from SFU in 2016 and his PHD in Philosophy of Education from SFU in 2021.


Research

In addition to comparative linguistics in German and Russian languages, Igor’s current research focuses on:

  • Pedagogical aspects in reflections on Reason and Passion through analysis of classical authors (Plato, Kant, A. France, L. Tolstoy)
  • Impact of scientific and technological changes on human values and social organization (Kelly Oliver, Pavel Florensky)

At the Minsk State Linguistic University: “Teaching of German for preschool and elementary school students.” A study of several aspects of preschool foreign language education, including use of fairy tales, children’s songs and animation.


Publications

Journal Contributions

German Children’s and Teenager’s Slang. Translation Journal Volume 7, Nr. 3, 2003

Some Advice on Preparing for Simultaneous Interpretation of Current Political Themes. Translation Journal Volume 8, Nr. 2, 2004

Picturesque German (German Idioms and Their Origins) Translation Journal Volume 9, Nr. 4, 2005

Proverbs and Phrases of Biblical Origin. Translation Journal Volume 10, Nr. 2, 2006


Igor Maslennikov

Sessional Lecturer (CS)
phone 604 822 5457
location_on Buchanan Tower 908

Igor Maslennikov studied at the Minsk State Linguistic University, Belarus and at the Karl-Marx University in Leipzig, Germany. He also completed an internship program of the Carl Duisberg Society in Cologne, Germany.

Since 2006 Igor has been an instructor within CENES and with UBC Continuing Studies. He has also taught German at the Language Training Institute at SFU and in private language schools. Igor has more than 23 years' of combined experience working as a German language instructor, interpreter and translator.

Igor worked as a volunteer translator and interpreter during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He received his MA in Liberal Studies from SFU in 2016 and his PHD in Philosophy of Education from SFU in 2021.

In addition to comparative linguistics in German and Russian languages, Igor's current research focuses on:

  • Pedagogical aspects in reflections on Reason and Passion through analysis of classical authors (Plato, Kant, A. France, L. Tolstoy)
  • Impact of scientific and technological changes on human values and social organization (Kelly Oliver, Pavel Florensky)

At the Minsk State Linguistic University: "Teaching of German for preschool and elementary school students." A study of several aspects of preschool foreign language education, including use of fairy tales, children's songs and animation.

Journal Contributions

German Children's and Teenager's Slang. Translation Journal Volume 7, Nr. 3, 2003

Some Advice on Preparing for Simultaneous Interpretation of Current Political Themes. Translation Journal Volume 8, Nr. 2, 2004

Picturesque German (German Idioms and Their Origins) Translation Journal Volume 9, Nr. 4, 2005

Proverbs and Phrases of Biblical Origin. Translation Journal Volume 10, Nr. 2, 2006

Igor Maslennikov

Sessional Lecturer (CS)
phone 604 822 5457
location_on Buchanan Tower 908

Igor Maslennikov studied at the Minsk State Linguistic University, Belarus and at the Karl-Marx University in Leipzig, Germany. He also completed an internship program of the Carl Duisberg Society in Cologne, Germany.

Since 2006 Igor has been an instructor within CENES and with UBC Continuing Studies. He has also taught German at the Language Training Institute at SFU and in private language schools. Igor has more than 23 years' of combined experience working as a German language instructor, interpreter and translator.

Igor worked as a volunteer translator and interpreter during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He received his MA in Liberal Studies from SFU in 2016 and his PHD in Philosophy of Education from SFU in 2021.

In addition to comparative linguistics in German and Russian languages, Igor's current research focuses on:

  • Pedagogical aspects in reflections on Reason and Passion through analysis of classical authors (Plato, Kant, A. France, L. Tolstoy)
  • Impact of scientific and technological changes on human values and social organization (Kelly Oliver, Pavel Florensky)

At the Minsk State Linguistic University: "Teaching of German for preschool and elementary school students." A study of several aspects of preschool foreign language education, including use of fairy tales, children's songs and animation.

Journal Contributions

German Children's and Teenager's Slang. Translation Journal Volume 7, Nr. 3, 2003

Some Advice on Preparing for Simultaneous Interpretation of Current Political Themes. Translation Journal Volume 8, Nr. 2, 2004

Picturesque German (German Idioms and Their Origins) Translation Journal Volume 9, Nr. 4, 2005

Proverbs and Phrases of Biblical Origin. Translation Journal Volume 10, Nr. 2, 2006