Yuliya Kruchkova

Lecturer of French and Russian

World Languages and Literatures, French and Russian



Office Location

Clements 315


PhD, Minsk State Linguistic University

Yuliya Kruchkova has been working at SMU since Fall 2018. She previously taught at Texas A&M University and Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Minsk State Linguistic University in Belarus. She worked at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, for the federal grant immersion program STARTALK funded by the National Security Agency (NSA): “STARTALK: Bridges to Russia: Culture and Social Studies.” Yuliya has worked abroad at Canal France International (CFI). She has translated more than 50 movies. For an extended period, she also served as interpreter for the program “Séjour Santé Enfants Tchernobyl” in Québec, Canada.

Areas of Interest

  • French literature, civilization and culture
  • Soviet and Russian Cinema
  • Technology in language education

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Courses Taught

  • French 1401/1402/1502/3101
  • Russian 1401/1402
  • WL 3389: Introduction to Soviet and Russian Cinema 


Yullya Kruchkova