Ludmila Nezvankina graduated from the Moscow State University with a Master's Degree and a specialization in teaching Russian as a Foreign Language and Literature. With over twenty years of international experience, Ludmila has successfully taught Russian to American, British, German, Italian, Japanese and Finnish students. She is also one of the Literary Encyclopaedia authors. For three years, Ms. Nezvankina held a professorship at Dickinson College, Pennsylvania where she taught both Russian and Russian Literature. For several years after her return to Moscow, Ludmila was head of Moscow's semester program for students from both Tufts University and Dickinson College. In the classroom, Ludmila teaches Russian using a methodology that combines the communicative approach to language teaching and the study of Russian culture. Her students range in language proficiency from complete beginners to professional philologists. Ludmila teaches such courses as Conversational and Business Russian, special courses on Russian Literature, the History of Russian Language and Language of Mass Media.