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Aleksandr Dulichenko

Estonian-Russian linguist

1941   -  

country of citizenship: Soviet Union, Estonia, Russia
languages spoken, written or signed: Esperanto, Russian
educated at: Turkmen State University
occupation: linguist, Esperantist, esperantologist
award received: Order of the White Star, 4th Class
student of: Nikita Ilyich Tolstoy

Aleksandr Dmitrievich Dulichenko (alternatively Alexander Duličenko; Russian: Александр Дмитриевич Дуличенко) (born 1941) is a Russian-Estonian Esperantist, linguist, and an expert in Slavic microlanguages currently living in Estonia. He is a professor at the University of Tartu in Tartu, where he is the head of the department of Slavic studies.Dulichenko was born in Krasnodar. He is the editor of Interlinguistica Tartuensis, a journal on interlinguistics published by the University of Tartu that published seven volumes from 1982 to 1990 recording the proceedings of colloquia at Tartu; in 2006, an eighth volume was published. A festschrift in Dulichenko's honor was organized in 2006; Humphrey Tonkin calls this volume a "particularly important addition to the literature" of interlinguistics and Esperanto studies.
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