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Number in the World's Languages

Edited by: P. Acquaviva, M. Daniel.

Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2022.

Article
Avoidance of cognitive efforts as a risk factor in interaction

Mustajoki A., Baikulova A.

Discourse Studies. 2022. Vol. 24. No. 3. P. 269-290.

Book chapter
Russian Verbal Affixation in Mental Lexicon: Priming Study and Its Online Replication With True and Stem-Modified Relative Prime Verbs

Chuprina A.

In bk.: Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies: Papers from the Annual International Conference “Dialogue”. Prt. 21. 2022.

Working paper
mGPT: Few-Shot Learners Go Multilingual

Shliazhko O., Fenogenova A., Tikhonova M. et al.

Statistical mechanics. arXie. arXive, 2022

Olga Sozinova at University of Tromsø Conference

On January 22-23 Norway’s University of Tromsø held the ‘Norwegian Graduate Student Conference in Linguistics and Philology (NoSLiP),’ organized by the Norwegian Graduate Researcher School in Linguistics and Philology.

The paper I presented was called ‘Corpus Research on the Variation of the Reflexive Postfix  -sja  in the Russian Subdialect of the Ustja River Basin’ and was based on an expedition report from a trip to the Arkhangelsk region in early summer 2014.

There were four invited speakers among the 36 presenters: Eystein Dahl (UiT), Dag Haug (UiO), Kenneth Hyltenstam (Stockholm University), and Nivedita Mani (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen). The papers submitted by undergraduate and graduate students were divided into various categories based on themes such as Germanics, phonology, psycholinguistics, and sociolinguistics. In addition, HSE student Alexandra Kozhukhar participated in the poster session with her work ‘Pronoun sawi and its Functions in Dargwa Mehweb.’

This was my first time participating in a linguistics conference, and I can say that this experience was extremely successful. I enjoyed the friendly and comfortable atmosphere of the university, and I was able to meet master’s and post-graduate linguistics students from difference countries. I also got to shake hands with the head of the linguistics department at the University of Tromsø. It was interesting seeing how graduate students from different corners of the world study. There were presenters from countries like Mexico, Brazil, Spain, Great Britain, and others.

It was also great that our students studying abroad in Tromsø (Ivan Levin, Svetlana Pavlova, and Vasilisa Andriyanets) came to support me. And of course I cannot forget that I saw a real polar night and even caught a glimpse of the Northern Lights.

Olga Sozinova,

Bachelor’s student in Fundamental and Applied Linguistics