2019 - 30 June 2022
The project aims to conduct a multifaceted study of voice and valency-changing operations in the languages of Western Siberia and neighbouring regions (Ob-Ugric, Samoyedic and others). This includes the collection and processing of primary language data, followed by synchronic, diachronic and areal analyses of these categories from a general theoretical and a typological perspective.
The goal of our project is to compile data on nonfinite polypredicative constructions in the Uralic, Northeast and Northwest Caucasian, and Chukotko-Kamchatkan languages and conduct a theoretical analysis, in order to unveil the typological patterns of their use and their theoretical implications.
2018 - 2020
Andi, a language of the Andic group of the Nakh-Daghestanian family, is one of Daghestan’s minority languages and is underdocumented especially in what concerns modern theoretically informed approaches to morphosyntax. The project will produce an analysis of morphosyntax of Andi approached from cross-linguistic and intragenetic perspective.
- Michael Daniel
- Aigul Zakirova
- Timur Maisak
- George Moroz
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