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Dec 16 2019 – Feb 9 2020
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Edited by: P. Acquaviva, M. Daniel.

Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2020.

A landscape of data – working with digital resources within and beyond DARIAH

Kálmán T., Ďurčo M., Fischer F. et al.

International Journal of Digital Humanities. 2019. Vol. 1. No. 1. P. 113-131.

Book chapter
Double-Blind Peer-Reviewing and Inclusiveness in Russian NLP Conferences

Kutuzov A. B., Никишина И. А.

In bk.: Analysis of Images, Social Networks and Texts. 8th International Conference, AIST 2019, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Revised Selected Papers. Cham: Springer, 2019. P. 3-8.

Working paper
Length Of Constituent As A Relevant Factor In Russian Syntax

Letuchiy A.

Linguistics. WP BRP. НИУ ВШЭ, 2019. No. WP BRP 88/LNG/2019.


Natalia Slioussar Took Part in the 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing

On March 19-21 Natalia Slioussar, Assistant Professor at the School of Philology took part in the 28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, organized by the University of Southern California.

Are All Things Equally Expressible in Language?

On 31st March - 1st April 2015, HSE School of Linguistics is holding a series of lectures in English on research into the role of language as the interface between the mind and society. In 'New Perspectives in Semantic Typology' Asifa Majid, Professor at the Radboud University Nijmegen will give four lectures - a general introduction to semantic typology, the language of perception, the body, and event semantics.

Specialists in theoretical and applied linguistics form an association

"The Dargwa Variety of the Tanti Village. A Grammatical Sketch. Issues in Syntax", by Yury Lander and Nina Sumbatova

Three research projects from the School of Linguistics supported by the HSE Academic Fund

The HSE Academic Fund agreed to support in 2015 the research carried out by three research and education groups in the School of Linguistics: Yiddish Corpus , Lexical Typology Studies , and Languages of Dagestan .

Presentation by Ekaterina Rakhilina and Tatyana Reznikova: Linguistics of Physical Properties

On March 3, Ekaterina Rakhilina and Tatyana Reznikova presented their report   Linguistics of Physical Properties   at the Academy of Sciences Institute of Slavic Studies. The report combined the results of several years of studies carried out by the researchers of  the School of Linguistics at the Higher School of Economics.

Who has sold their soul to the devil: the report on semantic role labeling and parsing

On February 3 rd , research seminar at the School of Linguistics was devoted to the report made by a 3 rd -year postgraduate student Ilya Kuznetsov on the results of his work in the field of automated semantic role labeling and parsing. The main task in his research is to automatically outline the participant roles of a certain situation described in the text. The sentence Faust sold his soul to the devil can serve as one example of a situation in which the roles of a seller, a buyer, and the goods sold/bought have to be identified.

He, drunk and merry; she, in tears: null copula in Russian

On February 3 rd , Aleksandr Letuchiy presented a report on the syntactic properties of the null copula in Russian language.

Multilingual International students visit sociolinguistics class at the School of Linguistics

On February 27 th , the seminar in sociolinguistics for the 2 nd -year students invited two international students - Guise Kalidou from Senegal and Samson Dodgy Fenuku from Ghana – to discuss the situation of multilingualism. Russian students had to find out which languages are in use in the native areas of the two international students, in which situation each of those languages is used, the status of each of the languages in question, and the African students’ personal attitude to those languages.

Dahl’s Explanatory Dictionaryand other linguistic games

Dahl’s Explanatory Dictionaryand other linguistic games
On February 13 th , professors and students from the School of Linguistics held a session of linguistic games for the Russian Language finalists of the Olympiad “Vysshaya Proba” (“the purest tint”). Katerina Goncharova, Lyubov Klimenchenko, and Nikita Medyankin headed by the Associate Professor Vladimir Fayer  conducted the linguistic games designed by several professors from the School of Linguistics.