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Regular version of the site
Book
Number in the World's Languages

Edited by: P. Acquaviva, M. Daniel.

Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2022.

Book chapter
How languages with the dual differ from the others: The case of numeral-noun constructions

Starchenko A.

In bk.: Девятнадцатая конференция по типологии и грамматике для молодых исследователей: тезисы докладов. St. Petersburg: 2022. P. 217-221.

Working paper
Anchiq Indicative Synthetic Verb Morphology

Konstantin V. Filatov.

Linguistics. WP BRP. НИУ ВШЭ, 2022. No. 109.

News

Series of Lectures by Ian Maddieson

In November a series of lectures on 'Diversity and Uniformity in Linguistic Sound Systems' by Ian Maddieson, Adjunct Research Professor at the University of New Mexico, Adjunct Professor Emeritus at the University of California will be held at the School of Linguistics. The course is dedicated to the phonetic diversity of languages. The course includes eight lectures.

Bart Geurts to Give a lecture on Common Salience

Bart Geurts, whose research interests cover formal semantics and pragmatics, philosophy of language, and psycholinguistics will deliver a lecture on October 29. The lecture is open to a wide audience.

Hana Filip Delivered Lectures at School of Linguistics

On October 13-17 lectures by Hana Filip, Professor of Semantics at the Department of Linguistics, Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, took place at HSE. The event was organized by HSE School of Linguistics.

Lecture 'What Eye Movements Reveal About Quantifier-Spreading' by Irina Sekerina

On October 7 a lecture on 'What Eye Movements Reveal About Quantifier-Spreading' by Irina Sekerina, College of Staten Island, the City University of New York, took place at HSE. The event was organised by the School of Linguistics.

'Expedition to the Republic of Adygea Exceeded my Expectations'

'Expedition to the Republic of Adygea Exceeded my Expectations'
Neige Rochant, a student at INALCO (Paris), speaks about her fieldwork during the HSE expedition to the Republic of Adygea

'I‘d never thought I would have to work so hard!'

'I‘d never thought I would have to work so hard!'
Zosya Ivanova, a Third-year Student, Taught Russian at a Summer School in Nice

Linguists away at Summer School

Linguists away at Summer School
HSE lecturers and students took part in the 2015 Summer School near the town of Dubna from July 11 through August 10. The representatives of the HSE School of Linguistics organised two different workshops at this year’s School, one on Language and the Brain, aimed at research in the field of neurolinguistics, and one on Linguistics Research, the main areas of which included field linguistics and anthropology.

‘Teaching Linguistics to Russian Students – A Real Pleasure’

One of the founders of formal semantics, Professor Barbara Partee of the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently celebrated an anniversary at the Higher School of Economics. For approximately 20 years, she has been teaching at various universities in Russia. This year, she took part in the Summer School on Pronouns: Syntax, Semantics, Processing, which was organized by the School of Linguistics at HSE. Professor Partee recently spoke with the HSE news service about why she considers the linguistics programme at HSE to be one of the best in Russia, as well as about the differences she sees between Russian and American students.

HSE Develops Mobile App Based on Tolstoy’s War and Peace

HSE’s School of Linguistics, along with Samsung and the Leo Tolstoy State Museum, has developed a mobile application called ‘Living Pages,’ which offers users a new way of reading Leo Tolstoy’s novel War and Peace. The programme’s launch coincides with the Russia’s Year of Literature.

Anastasia Safonova, Student of the School of Linguistics, Gave a Poster Presentation at the 8th International Conference on Language Variation in Leipzig

The International Conference on Language Variation in Europe took place from May 27 – 29, 2015, in Leipzig, Germany. Anastasia shared her impressions of the event.