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Online course on East Caucasian languages

Schedule

 

October 14

Nina Dobrushina. Linguistic Convergence Laboratory, Higher School of Economics. 
Language size, multilingualism, and marriage patterns in Daghestan.

Video Slides

October 16

Johanna Nichols. University of California, Berkeley & Linguistic Convergence Laboratory, Higher School of Economics. 
Nakh-Daghestanian:  Essential background, what's distinctive, why it's of interest to all of science.

Video Slides

October 21

George Moroz. Linguistic Convergence Laboratory, Higher School of Economics.
Phonology of East Caucasian languages.

Video Slides

October 28

Michael Daniel. Linguistic Convergence Laboratory, Higher School of Economics.
Nominal spatial morphology in East Caucasian languages.

Video Slides

November 4

Gilles Authier.  Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes.
Pronominal deixis in East Caucasian, stability and renewals.

Video Slides

November 11

Timur Maisak. Linguistic Convergence Laboratory, Higher School of Economics & Institute of Linguistics RAS.
The verb in East Caucasian languages.

Video Slides 

November 18

Samira Verhees. Linguistic Convergence Laboratory, Higher School of Economics.
The encoding of evidentiality in East Caucasian: different types of marking and areal distribution.

Video Slides 

November 25 Marina Chumakina, Surrey Morphology Group, University of Surrey.
Agreement in East Caucasian languages.
December 2 Diana Forker. University of Jena.
Information structure in East Caucasian languages.
December 9 Denis Creissels. University of Lyon.
Valency alternations and voice in East Caucasian.
December 16 Oleg Belyaev. Lomonosov Moscow State University & Institute of Linguistics RAS.
Clause combining  in East Caucasian languages.
December 23 Natalya Serdobolskaya. Institute of Linguistics RAS.
Complementation in East Caucasian languages.
December 30 Yury Lander. Linguistic Convergence Laboratory, Higher School of Economics.
Relativization in East Caucasian languages.

 


 

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