Chlenova, Svetlana Fyodorovna
Education and Professional Training
Moscow State University, Philological Faculty. Graduate work: “Grammatical Essays on the Keiese language (East Indonesia (1968)". Postgraduate Training: Moscow State University, Philological Faculty, General Linguistics Department (1968-1971), adviser – Prof. B. A. Uspensky.
Works at Moscow State University since 1971 as an associate researcher, the Laboratory for Computational Lexicography of the Research Computer Centre. Fieldwork during the residence at Ambon centre of Maluku, East Indonesia (1963-1965).
Grammar, typology of Eastern Indonesian languages
Also works with archives of N.A. Dmitrieva (1917-2003), the prominent Russian historian of arts and literature.
Chlenova is a member of international scientific society "Nusantara", a collective member of the European Association of Research in South-East Asia (EUROSEAS). Member of AIS (International association of art critics and art historians).
Linguistic works including the first descriptions of the three Moluccan languages: Daweloor, Damar and Teun variety of Wetan language. (On-line version of Damar paper:http://www.ethnologue.com/show_work.asp?id=48316).
Chlenova is the compiler and editor of the two collections of N.A.Dmitrieva’s articles “Poslaniye Chekhova” (Chekhov’s Message).2007 and “V poiskakh garmonii” (In search of harmony).Moscow: Progress-Tradition, 2009