Publications

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Invited Contributions

Regular Contributions

  • Submitted. Gender in Russian. Morphology.
  • Submitted. Morphosyntactic properties of short first names (hypocoristics) in Russian. Folia Linguistica.
  • 2016. Sentential homophony: A case study of Russian if-clauses. Russian Linguistics 40(3): 231-255. http://rdcu.be/kL03
  • 2015. Expressive morphology in Russian and other languages. In Slavic Languages in the Perspective of Formal Grammar. Proceedings of FDSL 10.5, Brno 2014, ed. M. Ziková, P. Caha, & M. Dočekal, 299–324. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  • 2015. Verbal applicatives in Nuuchahnulth. In Byproducts and Side Effects: Nebenprodukte und Nebeneffekte. ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL) 58, ed. A. Meinunger, 72–106. Frankfurt am Main. http://publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/frontdoor/index/index/docId/38234
  • 2014. Parameters of variation in the syntax of homophones. Poljarnyj vestnik: Norwegian Journal of Slavic Studies 17: 46–73. http://septentrio.uit.no/index.php/vestnik/issue/view/264
  • 2014. The distinct types (heads vs. modifiers) of homophonous suffixes: A case study of Russian. In New Insights into Slavic Linguistics, ed. J. Witkoś & S. Jaworski, 371–387. Frankfurt am Main:Peter Lang.
  • 2013. Diminutive affixes in the Number domain: A syntactic variation. Questions and Answers in Linguistics 1: 33–56. http://www.ifa.uni.wroc.pl/linguistics/documents/QAL_2013_vol2.pdf
  • 2013. A research outline for a linguistic typology of expressive constructions. Problemy zistavnoyi semantyky (Probleme der vergleichenden Semantik) 11: 151–156.
  • 2011. Variativnost glasnyx fonem nemeckogo i ukrainskogo yazykov v rechi (Modifikation der Vokalphoneme im Deutschen und Ukrainischen). Problemy zistavnoyi semantyky (Probleme der vergleichenden Semantik) 10: 189–197 (with Olena Steriopolo).
  • 2010. Distributed gender hypothesis. In Formal Studies in Slavic Linguistics, ed. G. Zybatow, P. Dudchuk, S. Minor, & E. Pshehotskaya, 155–172. New York: Peter Lang (with Martina Wiltschko).
  • 2010. Die Silbe als grundlegende sprachliche Einheit. Germanistik in der Ukraine 5: 70–81 (with Olena Steriopolo).
  • 2009. Form and function of expressive morphology: A case study of Russian. Russian Language Journal 59: 149–194.
  • 2008. The formal properties of Russian expressive suffixes. In Annual Workshop on Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Stony Brook Meeting 2007, ed. A. Antonenko, J. F. Bailyn, & C. Y. Bethin, 374–391. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Michigan Slavic Publications. 
  • 2007. Jer vowels in Russian prepositions. In Annual Workshop on Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Toronto Meeting 2006, ed. R. Compton, M. Goledzinowska, & U. Savchenko, 365–385. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Michigan Slavic Publications.
  • 2006. The problems of Russian gender in generative grammar. Problems in the Semantics of a Word, Phrase and Text 16: 186–192.
  • 2006. Russian gender in the framework of generative grammar. Visnyk Kyivskogo Nacionalnogo Linguistychnogo Universytetu (Annual Publication of Kyiv National Linguistic University) 9: 45–50.
  • 2006. Russian diminutives in generative grammar: empirical and theoretical questions. Visnyk Izmailskogo Derzhavnogo Gumanitarnogo Universitetu (Annual Publication of Izmayil State University for the Humanities) 21: 125–129.
  • 2005. Applicative morphemes in Nuuchahnulth. Naukovyi Visnyk Kyivskogo Nacionalnogo Linguistychnogo Universytetu (Annual Scientific Publication of Kyiv National Linguistic University) 10: 140–159.
  • 2005. Speaking norm and territorial variation. Visnyk Kyivskogo Nacionalnogo Linguistychnogo Universytetu (Annual Publication of Kyiv National Linguistic University) 8: 27–32 (with Ella Bondarenko).
  • 2002. OCP effects in Kaltungo: An OT analysis. Visnyk Izmailskogo Derzhavnogo Gumanitarnogo Universitetu (Annual Publication of Izmayil State University for the Humanities) 13: 152–160.
  • 2001. Old English: Analysis of phonological processes. Naukovyi Visnyk Kyivskogo Nacionalnogo Linguistychnogo Universytetu (Annual Scientific Publication of Kyiv National Linguistic University) 4: 14–25.
  • 1997. Functions of auxiliary utterances accompanying the main speech act: English private letters of the 17th century. In Studies in Communicative Phonetics and Foreign Language Teaching Methodology, ed. M. P. Dvorzhetskaia & A. A. Kalita, 133–135. Kyiv, Ukraine.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  • 2012. Die vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft – eine linguistische Wissenschaft. In Ukrajina i svit: dialog mov i kultur (Ukraine und die Welt: Dialog zwischen den Sprachen und Kulturen), 424–426. Kyiv National Linguistic University, Ukraine (with Olena Steriopolo).
  • 2009. Russian gender. In 2009 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities (HICAH) Proceedings, 3391–3402. Honolulu, HI. http://www.hichumanities.org/AH2009.pdf
  • 2007. Parameters of variation in the syntax of diminutives. In Proceedings of the 2007 Canadian Linguistics Association Annual Conference, ed. Milica Radisic, 12 pages. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~cla-acl/actes2007/Wiltschko_Steriopolo.pdf (with Martina Wiltschko).
  • 2001. Functioning of the German vowels in free speech. In Materials of the Ukrainian Scientific-Methodic Conference “Speech Communication and Foreign Language Teaching Methodology,” 54–56. Kyiv National Linguistic University, Ukraine (with Olena Steriopolo).
  • 1998. Pragmatics of written text in English discourse. In Abstracts zur 29 Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik in Dresden, 156. Dresden, Germany.
  • 1997. On the communicative structure of the 17th century English letters. Materials of the 26th Scientific-Methodic Conference for Instructors and Graduate Students, 58–61. St. Petersburg State University, Russia.

WORKING PAPERS

  • 2010. Expressivity in Russian. In University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics 28: Evidentials, ed. T. Peterson & U. Sauerland, 247–262. http://www.linguistics.ubc.ca/UBCWPL/.
  • 2009. Syntactic types of Russian expressive suffixes. In Working Papers of the Linguistics Circle   (WPLC) 19: 71–109. http://web.uvic.ca/~wplc/