E. Golovko

Evgeny Golovko, Fairbanks, Alaska July 2007


home:    Dobroliubova prospekt 19, apt. 21, St. Petersburg 197198, RUSSIA
phone: +7 (812)232-7739

office :   (1) St Petersburg Institute for Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Tuchkov per., 9, St Petersburg 199053, RUSSIA;

            phone: +7(812)3284611
            fax: +7(812)3284611
            e-mail: evggolovko@yandex.ru

(2) European University at St Petersburg, Gagarinskaya st. 3, St Petersburg 191187, RUSSIA

phone: +7(812)2755256
fax: +7(812)2755139

PERSONAL : Born 25th January, 1954. Place of birth: Russia. Citizenship: Russia.


·         St Petersburg Institute for Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences 1979-84. Degree: Candidate of Philology (Ph.D. equivalent) in linguistics (specialization: linguistics, languages of the U.S.S.R.: Aleut; Ph.D. topic “Morphology of Aleut verb”) 1985;

·         St Petersburg State University 1974-79 (linguistics, Germanic philology). Degree: University Diploma (M.A. equivalent) in Germanic philology 1979.


·         St Petersburg Institute for Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences (full-time): 1979 to 1984 Ph.D. student; 1984 to 1989 Research Fellow; 1989 to 2001 Senior Research Fellow; 2001 to 2003 Leading Research Fellow at the Department of Paleosiberian and Samoedic Languages, 2003 to present Chair of the Department of Languages of Russia

·         European University at St Petersburg (part-time): Professor of the Department of Anthropology 1996 to present

·         Department of Anthropology, University of Alaska Fairbanks: September 2006 to May 2007 Visiting Faculty

·         Hertzen Pedagogical University St Petersburg, Department for Peoples of the North (part-time): 1980-81, 1983-86 Assistant Professor; 1986-1994, 2005 to present Professor of Linguistics (Eskimo and Aleut linguistics)

·         St Petersburg (Leningrad) State University (part-time):

1981-83 Assistant Professor (Department of English Philology); 1988 to 2006 Professor of the Department of General Linguistics

·         Institute for Foreign Languages St Petersburg (part-time): Lecturer 1994-1996


R   e    s e a r c h on linguistic anthropology and sociolinguistics (articles, conferences; a textbook on sociolinguistics, with Nikolai Vakhtin); language and ethnic contacts (a book on Russian Old-Settler identity, with Peter Schweitzer and Nikolai Vakhtin; articles, conferences); Circumpolar linguistics (articles, Aleut-Russian and Russian-Aleut Dictionary, a book on Aleut grammar, with Nikolai Vakhtin and Aleksandr Asinovskiy, Naukan Yupik Dictionary, with Elizaveta Dobrieva, Steven Jacobson, and Michael Krauss); language typology (articles, conferences).

F i e l d w o r k on Eskimo-Aleut linguistics and cultural anthropology of Siberia: thirteen fieldtrips to Native villages in Siberia (Chukotka, Kamchatka, Sakha-Yakitiya, Commander Islands) and Alaska (Seward Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Kenai Peninsula, Aleutian Islands), five of them funded by the Russian Academy of Sciences, four by U.S. National Park Service Alaska Region, four by the U.S. National Science Foundation, two by the St. Petersburg Polar Association in collaboration with the Siberian Research Center IMSECO-CNRS Paris.

T e a c h i n g at the Department of Anthropology, University of Alaska Fairbanks (Linguistics 101: Nature of Language; Anth/ANS 320: Language and Culture; Anth/Ling 493/693: Language Contact), European University at St Petersburg (graduate level – Sociolinguistics and the Sociology of Language; Linguistic Anthropology, Ethnography of Speaking; Language and Power; Language Contact; Anthropology of Ethnicity; Russian Arctic in the 20th Century); teaching of linguistic courses at St Petersburg State University (undergraduate level – Introduction to General Linguistics; graduate level – Language Contact; Language and Identity; Field Methods; Language Typology); Institute for Foreign Languages (undergraduate level – Introduction to General Linguistics; Introduction to Linguistic Typology); The Hertzen Pedagogical University St Petersburg (Aleut linguistics; Eskimo linguistics); teaching of English at St Petersburg (Leningrad) State University (1981-83).


·         2007-2009: grant on the Documentation of Endangered Languages of Alaska (Principal Investigator Dr. Krauss, Prof. Em., University of Alaska Fairbanks)

·         2008-2010: grant of the Russian Foundation for Humanities for work on ‘Rare and Unique phenomena in Endangered Languages of Russia’

·         2003: grant of the American Council of Learned Societies for work on Mednij Aleut

·         2001: grant of the NorFa organization (Council of Ministers of Nordic Countries) for the organizing of the International Conference on Field Methods in Anthropology and Sociolinguistics at the European University at St Petersburg

·         2000: ‘Open Society’ Institute (The Soros Foundation) grant for the organizing of Workshop on Field Methods at the European University at St Petersburg

·         1998-2000: U.S. National Science Foundation grant for the Project “Creole Communities in Northeastern Siberia: An Ethnographic Study of Ethnic Identity, Social Status, and Political Power” (Co-Principal Investigator with Nikolai Vakhtin, European University at St. Petersburg; Principal Investigator Dr. Peter Schweitzer, University of Alaska Fairbanks)

·         1993-1997: U.S. National Park Service and the University of Alaska Fairbanks grant for the Project Traveling Between Continents: Interethnic Contacts Across the Bering Strait (Principal Investigator Dr. Peter Schweitzer, University of Alaska Fairbanks)

·         1997-1998: Fulbright Foundation grant for the Project Naukan Yupik Dictionary (compiled in collaboration with Elizaveta Dobrieva, Michael Krauss, and Steven Jacobson, Alaska Native Language Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks)

·         1994: INTAS grant for work on the Mednij Aleut grammar

·         1993: ‘Open Society’ Institute (The Soros Foundation) support grant for Russian scientists and scholars

·         1991: C.N.R.S. (France) and Polar Association (St Petersburg) grant for a sociolinguistic survey of Native villages in Siberia (Chukotka, Kamchatka, and Commander Islands) during the International Expedition ‘Scientists of the World For the North’

·         1982, 1985, 1988: Russian Academy of Sciences grants for fieldwork on Commander Islands, Russia (study of the Aleut language)

·         1980, 1990: Russian Academy of Sciences grants for fieldwork in Chukotka (study of Siberian Yupik and Naukan Yupik languages)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS (at different periods of time): St Petersburg Association of Scientists and Scholars, International Arctic Social Sciences Association, International Society for Study of the Indigenous Languages of Americas, Linguistic Society of America, Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics, American Anthropological Association


·         The 5th Conference on Typology and Grammar for Young Scholars, St. Petersburg, February 2009 (lecturer)

·         The Round Table on Essential Topics in Russian Linguistics. Russian State Humanity University (RGGU). Moscow, April 2008

·         Conference for the Bi-Centennial of Lavrentiy Zagoskin, Russian Naval Officer, Traveler, Public Figure: ‘Zagoskin and the Investigation of Russian America’. Ryazan’, Russia. May 2008

·         Symposium on Language Contact: Belorussian Trasianka, Ukranian Surzhik, and the Russian Language. University of Oldenburg, Germany, June 2007

·         The Round Table on Endangered Languages. Institute of Ethnography, Moscow, February 2006.

·         The Ninth Conference of the Foundation for Endangered Languages. Stellenbosch, South Africa, 18-20 November, 2005 (publication)

·         The Conference on Intercultural Interaction across State Borders. Petrozavodsk, Karelia, October 2005

·         Conference on Language Change under the Condition of Language Shift. St Petersburg, September 30, 2005.

·         VI International Congress of Ethnographers and Anthropologists. St Petersburg, June 2005

·         Sociolinguistic Symposium. Tokyo, October 16, 2004

·         Workshop "Russia and Siberia – Rethinking an Ambivalent Relationship". Hamburg, October 8-10, 2004.

·         DoBeS Conference "A World of Many Voices: Interfaces in Language Documentation: Linguistics, Anthropology, Speech Communities, and Technology". Frankfurt, September 4-5, 2004.

·         Fifth International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS V). May 20-23, 2004. Fairbanks, Alaska.

·         Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. November 20-24, 2002. New Orleans, Louisiana.

·         Fourth International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS IV): “The Power of Tradition: Identities, Politics and Social Sciences”. May 16-20, 2001. Quebec City, Canada.

·         Workshop on Mixed Languages, University of Manchester, December 2000.

·         Groningen , Netherlands 1999: conference “Languages in Contact” (invited speaker)

·         New York City 1998: conference of the Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics in conjunction with the conference of the Linguistic Society of America

·         Fairbanks , U.S. 1998: conference “Father Ivan Veniaminov: The Enlightener of Alaska

·         New York City 1997: Jesup Expedition Centennial Conference

·         Anchorage , U.S.A. 1994: Bridges of Science: U.S.A. - Russia

·         Amsterdam , Netherlands 1993: Conference of Pidgin and Creole Society

·         Leiden , Netherlands 1993: Workshop on Mixed Languages

·         Paris , France 1993: Symposium on Siberia

·         Tromsoe , Norway 1992: Conference on Language Contact in the Arctic

·         Quebec 1992 & Fairbanks 1990 & Copenhagen, Denmark 1988: Inuit Studies Conferences

LECTURING (occasional lectures) at Tokyo University, Kyoto University, Osaka University 2004; Warsaw University (2003); University of California Berkeley 1998; University of Alaska Fairbanks 1998 (colloquium); Groningen University 1996; Leiden University 1993, 1996; Amsterdam University 1993; public lecture in 'Paradiso', Amsterdam 1996.

LANGUAGES.  Read and speak: Russian, English. Read: French, Swedish. Research: Aleut, Naukan Yupik, Siberian Yupik.

List of publications

Note : The majority of the publications are in Russian. Below, the Russian titles of the monographs and articles are translated into English and presented in square brackets [ ]. The Russian titles of the periodicals and the titles of the collections of works, in which the articles are published, are given in Russian, in the Latin transcription, without translation.


1. Russkie starozhily Sibiri: Sotsial'nie i simvolicheskie aspekty samosoznaniya [Russian Old-Settlers of Siberia: Social and Symbolic Aspects of Self-identification]. Moscow: Novoe izdatel'stvo, 2004. 292 p. (with P. Schweitzer and N. Vakhtin).


2. Sotsiolingvisitika i sotsiologiya yazyka [Sociolinguistics and the Sociology of Language]. St Petersburg: Gumanitarnaya akademiya i Evropeiskij universitet, 2004. 335 p. (with N. Vakhtin).


3. Yazyk komandorskikh aleutov: dialect o. Beringa [The Language of the Aleuts of the Commander Islands: the Dialect of Bering Island]. St. Petersburg: Nauka, 2009. 355 (with N. Vakhtin and A. Asinovskiy).


4. Yazyk komandorskix aleutov: Posobie dlia uchitelia [The Language of the Aleuts of Commander Islands (the Dialect of Bering Island): A Grammar Book for School.]. 80 p. Originally designed in 1982 (with N. Vakhtin and F. Asinovskiy), a revised edition to be published in 2009 by the Drofa Publishers, St Petersburg.


5. Aleutsko-risskiy i russko-aleutskiy slovar' [Aleut-Russian and Russian-Aleut Dictionary, with an essay on grammar and a list of suffixes]. St Petersburg: Prosveshchenie Publishers, 1994. 320 p.


6. Naukan Yupik Eskimo Dictionary. Compiled in co-authorship with E.A. Dobrieva, S.A. Jacobson and M.E. Krauss. Ed. by S.A. Jacobson. Ca. 6,000 entries, with lists of postbases and place names. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Native Language Center, 2004. 421 p.

Parallel edition in Russian.


7. Prirodnie resursy Komandorskikh ostrovov v aleutskoy leksike [The Natural Resources of the Commander Islands as Seen through the Aleut Lexicon], ms. 50 p. (used in the Nikolskoe school for teaching Aleut).


8. Sistema vremen v aleutskom jazyke [Tense system in Aleut]. In: Lingvisticheskie issledovaniya 1982. Jazykoviye edinitsy v sinxronii i diaxronii. N.D.Andreev (ed.). Moscow: Institut jazykoznaniya, 1982: 32-41.


9. Otymenniye glagoly v aleutskom jazyke [Denominal verbs in Aleut]. In: Lingvisticheskiye issledovaniya 1983. Sintaksicheskiy analiz predlozheniya. N.D.Andreev (ed.). Moscow, 1983: 26-31.


10. Nekotoriye osobennosti morfologicheskoy struktury v aleutskom jazyke [Some peculiar  features of the morphological structure of the Aleut verb]. In: Lingvisticheskie issledovaniya 1983. Sintaksicheskiy analiz predlozheniya. N.D. Andreev (ed.). Moscow: Institut jazykoznaniya, 1983: 32-35.


11. Etnolingvisticheskoe opisanie komandorskix aleutov [An ethnolinguistic description of the Commander Islands Aleuts]. In: Voprosy jazykoznaniya, 1983, 6: 108-116 {with N.Vakhtin and A.Asinovskiy}.


12. Morfologiya glagola aleutskogo jazyka [Morphology of the Aleut verb]. Aftoreferat dissertatsii na soiskanie uchenoy stepeni kandidata filologicheskix nauk [A short summary of the Ph.D./kandidatskaya thesis]. Leningrad: Institut jazykoznaniya, 1985. 20 pp.


13. Morfologicheskiye sposoby vyrazheniya mnozhestvennosti deystviy v aleutskom jazyke [Morphological means of expressing plurality of actions in Aleut]. In: Tezisy konferentsii aspirantov i molodyx nauchnyx sotrudnikov. T.1. Ch.2. A. Aikhenvald et al. (eds.). Moscow: Institut vostokovedeniya Akademii nauk SSSR 1985: 175-176.


14. Ottorzhimaya/ neottorzhimaya prinadlezhnost' kak skrytaya kategoriya [Alienated/ non-alienated possession as a covert category]. In: Tezisy konferentsii "Funktsional'noe i tipologicheskoe napravleniya v grammatike i ix ispol'zovanie v prepodavanii teoreticheskix distsiplin v vuze. Ch. 2. A.V. Bondarko (ed.). Vologda, 1986: 35-36.


15. Poriadok sledovaniya morfem v maksimal'noy morfologicheskoy modeli aleutskogo finitnogo glagola [Morpheme ordering in maximal morphological model of the Aleut finite verb]. In: Paleoaziatskie jazyki. P.Ya.Skorik (ed.). Leningrad: Nauka, 1986: 174-179.


16. Sposoby vyrazheniya imperativnogo znacheniya (na materiale aleutskogo jazyka) [Means of expressing of the imperative meaning in Aleut]. In: Tezisy IV skoly molodyx vostokovedov. S.V. Volkov and V.I. Podlesskaya (eds.). Moscow: Institut vostokovedeniya Akademii nauk SSSR, 1986: 58-59.


17. Sootnoshenie jazykov eskimossko-aleutskoy sem'yi po leksiko-statisticheskim dammym [Relations in Eskimo-Aleut language family according to lexicostatistic data]. In: Lingvisiticheskie

issledovaniya 1986. Sotsial'noe b sustemnoe na razlichnyx urovn'ax jazyka. N.D. Andreev (ed.). Moscow: Institut jazykoznaniya Akademii nauk SSSR, 1986: 47-62 {with N.B. Vakhtin}.


18. Morfologicheskiy kauzativ v aleutskom jazyke [Morphological causative in Aleut]. In: Jazyki narodov Severa Sibiri. M.I. Cheremisina (ed.). Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1986: 120-128.


19. Etnolingvisticheskaya situatsiya na ostrove Beringa [An ethnolinguistic situation on Bering Island]. In: Ratsional'nor prirodopol'zovanie na Komandorskix ostrovax. V.Ye. Sokolov (ed.). Moscow: Moscow University Press, 1987: 166-173 {with N.B.Vakhtin and A.S.Asinovskiy}.


20. O sootnoshenii eksponenta morfemy i ee pozitsii v slovoforme [The interrelations of morpheme exponent and morpheme position in the wordform]. In: Voprosy jazykoznaniya, 1987, 5: 40-46 {with A.S. Asinovskiy and A.P. Volodin}.


21. The relations in the Yupik Eskimo subgroup according to lexicostatistics. In: Etudes/Inuit/Studies, 1987, 1: 1-18 (with N. Vakhtin).


22. Ob odnom neordinarinom sledstvii jazykovyx kontaktov: jazyk aleutov ostrova Medniy [On one extraordinary effect of language contact: the language of the Copper Island Aleuts]. In: Vozniknovenie i funktsionirovanie kontaktnyx jazykov. Materialy rabochego soveshchaniya. I.F. Vardul' and V.I. Belikov (eds.). Moscow: Institut vostokovedeniya Akademii nauk SSSR, 1987: 30-33 {with N.B. Vakhtin}.


23. K istorii formirovaniya jazyka ostrova Medniy [On the history of the formation of the language of Copper Island Aleuts]. In: Vozniknovenie i funktsionirovanie kontaktnyx jazykov. Materialy rabochego soveshchaniya. I.F.. Vardul' and V. Belikov (eds.). Moscow: Institut vostokoedeniya Akademii nauk SSSR, 1987: 30-33 {with N.B. Vakhtin}.


24. The convergence of contacting phonological systems. In: Proceedings XI International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Tallinn, 1987. Vol.6: 172-174 (with N.B. Vakhtin).


25. Rhythmic accent patterns in Aleut. In: Proceedings XI International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Tallinn, 1987. Vol.1: 174-176 (with A.S. Asinovskiy).


26. Materialy dl'a izucheniya mednovskogo jazyka 1 [Materials for the study of Copper Island Aleut]. In: Lingvisticheskie issledovaniya 1988. Problematika vzaimodeystviya jazykovyx urovney. N.D. Andreev (ed.). Leningrad: Institut jazykoznaniya, 1988: 73-78.


27. Resultative and passive in Aleut. In: Typology of Resultative Constructions. V.P. Nedjalkov (ed.). Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: Benjamins, 1988: 185-198.


28. Povelitel'niye predlozheniya v aleutskom jazyke [Imperative sentences in Aleut]. In: Imperativ v raznostrukturnyx jazykax. Tezisy dokladov konferentsii " F u n ktsional'no-tipologicheskoe napravlenie v jazykoznanii. Povelitel'nost'" V.S. Xrakovskiy (ed.). Leningrad: Institut jazykoznaniya, 1988: 49-50.


29. Materialy dl'a izucheniya jazyka mednovskix aleutov 2 [Materials for the study of Copper Island Aleut 2]. In: Lingvisticheskie issledovaniya 1989. Struktura jazyka i ego evol'utsiya. N.D. Andreev (ed.). Leningrad, 1989: 67-74.


30. Vyrazhenie mnozhestvennosti situatsiy v aleutskom jazyke [Means of expressing of the plurality of situations in Aleut]. In: Tipologiya iterativnyx konstruktsiy. V.S. Xrakovskiy (ed.). Leningrad, 1989: 54-63.


31. Kommunikativniye otnosheniya i sistema jazykovyx urovney [Communicative relations and the system of language levels]. In: Vzaimodeystvie jazykovyx edinits i kategoriy vyskazyvaniya. Tezisy osenney shkoly-seminara (Arbavere, sentyabr' 1989). P.A. Eslon (ed.). Tallinn, 1989: 20-23.


32. O vozmozhnost'ax kommunikativnoy organizatsii smysla vyskazyvaniya [On the options of the communicative organization of discourse]. In: Funktsional'niy analiz jazykovyx edinits. A.V. Bondarko (ed.). Moscow: Institut jazykoznaniya Akademii nauk SSSR, 1989: 63-67.


33. Aleut in contact: the CIA enigma. In: Acta Linguistika Hafniensia, 1990, vol.22: 97-126 {with N.B. Vakhtin}.


34. Sposoby sv'azi slov v aleutskom jazyke [Types of word combinations in Aleut]. In: Jazyki narodov Sibiri: Grammaticheskie issledovaniya. E.I. Ubriatova and M.I. Cheremisina (eds.). Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1991: 214-220 {with N.B.Vakhtin}.


35. Formirovanie sistemy grammaticheskix kategoriy v kontaktnom jazyke: na primere jazyka aleutov ostrova Medniy [Formation of the system of grammatical categories in contact language: The language of the Mednij Aleuts]. In: Kategorii grammatiki v ix sistemnyx sv'az'ax (v teoreticheskom i lingvodidakticheskom aspektax). Tezisy dokladov konferentsii. Vologda, 1991: 28-29.


36. Russkiy jazyk v jazykovayx kontaktax: nekotoriye zakonomernosti jazykovoy interferentsii i obrazovaniya kontaktnyx jazykov [Russian in contact: some regular features of grammatical interference and contact language formation]. In: Russkiy jazyk i jazyki narodov severa. Problemy

opisaniya kontaktnyx javleniy. Tezisy dokladov Vsesouyuznoy nauchno- prakticheskoy konferentsii. V.M. Pan'kin (ed.). Leningrad, 1991: 35-37 {with A.Rusakov}.


37. O sposobax obrazovaniya novyx morfem [On the emergence of new morphemes]. In: Morfema i problemy tipologii. I.F. Vardul' (ed.). Moscow: Nauka, 1991: 394-400.


38. Повелительные предложения в алеутском языке // Типология императивных конструкций / Под ред. В . С . Храковского . СПб .: Наука , 1992.


39. On the phonology of Bering Island Aleut. In: Funcion (Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico), 1992, 11-12: 319-340 (with A.S. Asinovskiy).


40. On non-causative effects of causativity in Aleut. In: Causativity and Transitivity. B. Comrie and M. Polinsky (eds.). Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: Benjamins, 1993: 385-390.


41. Native languages of Chukotka and Kamchatka: situation and perspectives. In: Siberian/ Questions/ Siberiennes/ Sibirskie Voprosy. Siberie III: Les peuples du Kamchatka and Tchoukotka (C.N.R.S., Institut d'etudes slaves, Paris), 1993: 159-169.


42. Mednij Aleut or Copper Island Aleut: an Aleut-Russian mixed language. In: Mixed Languages: 15 case studies in languages intertwining. P. Bakker and M. Mous (eds.). Amsterdam: IFOTT, 1994: 113-121.


43. Aleutsko-russkie jazykoviye sv'azi [Aleut - Russian language interaction]. In: Kontaktologicheskiy entsiklopedicheskiy slovar'- spravochnik. Vyp. 1: Severniy region. Jazyki narodov Severa, Sibiri i Dal'nego Vostoka v kontaktaz s russkim jazykom. V.M.Pan'kin (ed.).

Moscow , Az , 1994: 51-57.

44. Jazyk aleutov ostrova Medniy [The language of the Copper Island Aleuts]. In: Kontaktologicheskiy entsiklopedicheskiy slovar'- spravochnik. Vyp. 1: Severniy region. Jazyki narodov Severa, Sibiri i Dal'nego Vostoka v kontaktaz s russkim jazykom. V.M.Pan'kin (ed.).

Moscow , Az , 1994: 303-308 {with N.B. Vakhtin}.

45. Kontaktniye jazyki na russkoy osnove: obshchie svedeniya [Russian-based contact languages: introduction]. In: In: Kontaktologicheskiy entsiklopedicheskiy slovar'- spravochnik. Vyp. 1: Severniy region. Jazyki narodov Severa, Sibiri i Dal'nego Vostoka v kontaktaz s russkim jazykom. V.M.Pan'kin (ed.). Moscow: Az, 1994: 279-286 (with V.I. Belikov).


46. Aleutskiy yazyk [The Aleut language] In: Krasnaja kniga yazykov narodov Rossii: Entsiklopedicheskiy slovar'-spravochnik. V.P. Neroznak (ed.). Moscow: Academia, 1994: 13-15.


47. Traveling between Continents: The social organization of interethnic contacts across Bering Strait. In: The Anthropology of East Europe Review. Special Issue: Culture and society in the former Soviet Union. 1995. Vol.13 (2): 50-55 (with P. Schweitzer).


48. A case of nongenetic development in the Arctic area: The contribution of Aleut and Russian to the formation of Copper Island Aleut. In: Language Contact in the Arctic: Northern pidgins and contact languages. E.H. Jahr and I. Broch (eds.). Berlin; New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1996: 63-78.


49. Aleutskiy jazyk [The Aleut language]. In: Jazyki mira: Paleoaziatskie jazyki. A.P. Volodin (ed.). Moscow: Indrik, 1997: 101-116.


50. Mednovskix aleutov jazyk [The language of the Mednij Aleuts]. In: Jazyki mira: Paleoaziatskie jazyki. A.P. Volodin (ed.). Moscow: Indrik, 1997: 117-125.


51. Local Identities and Traveling Names: Interethnic aspects of personal naming in the Bering Strait area. In: Arctic Anthropology, 1997, vol.34, No.1: 167-180 (with P. Schweitzer).


5 2 . Iterative Constructions in Aleut. In: Typology of Iterative Constructions. V. Xrakovskiy (ed.). Muenchen: Lincom Europa, 1997.


53. Aleutskiy yazyk [The Aleut language]. In: Yazyki Rossiyskoy Federatsii i Sosednikh Gosudarstv: Enysiklopediya. In 3 volumes. Vol. 1: A–I. Moscow: Nauka, 1997: 71–79.


54. Aleut and the Aleuts in Contact with Other Languages and Peoples. In: Atlas of Language of Intercultural Communication in the Pacific, Asia, and the Americas. S.A. Wurm, P. Muhlhausler, D.T. Tryon (eds.). Berlin; New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1996. P . 1095–1101.


55. Uslovnie konstruktsii v aleutskom yazyke [Conditionals in Aleut]. In: Tipologiya uslovnykh konstruktsiy. V.S. Xrakovsky (ed.). St Petersburg: Nauka, 1998: 509–521.


5 6 . Imperative in Aleut. In: Typology of Imperative Constructions. V.S. Xrakovkij (ed.). Muenchen: Lincom Europa, 2001: 300–314.


57. Pamiat' o vojne: konstruirovanie vneshnego konflikta v structure etnicheskikh obsjcjostey Beringova proliva [Remembering the War: The structure of external conflict in Bering Strait societies]. In: Trudy fakul'teta etnologii. Vyp. 1. A.K. Baiburin (ed.). St Petersburg: Evropejskiy universitet v Sankt-Peterburge, 2001: 26–37 {with P. Schweitzer}.


58. Perekliuchenie kodov ili noviy kod? [Code-switching or a new code?]. In: Trudy fakul'teta etnologii Evropekskogo universiteta v Sankt-Pterburge Vyp. 1. A.K. Baiburin (ed.). St Petersburg: Eeuropean University, 2001: 298–316.


59.Yazykovie izmeneniya i konstruirovanie gruppovoy identichnosti: [Language change and group identity]. In: Vestnik molodykh uchenykh: Master-class. Vol. 4. 2001. No. 1: Filologicheskie nauki: 3–10.


60 . Conditional Constructions in Aleut. In: Typology of Conditional Constructions. V.S. Xrakovskij (ed.). Muenchen: Lincom Europa, 2005. Pp. ??


61. Language Contact and Group Identity: The Role of 'Folk' Linguistic Engineering In: The Mixed Language Debate. Ed. by Y.Matras and P.Bakker. Berlin; New York: Mouton de Gruyter), 2003. P. 177–209.


62. Eskimosskie popy poselka Naukan: Ob odnom sluchae revitalization movement na Chukotke [Eskimo 'priests' in the village of Naukan: A case of revitalization movement in Chukotka]. In: Sny Bogoroditsy: Issledovaniya po antropologii religii.(Studia Ethnologica) Z.V. Kormina, A.A. Panchenko, S.A. Shtyrkov (eds.). St Petersburg, Evropejskiy universitet, 2006: 102–118 (with P. Schweitzer).


63. Aleutskiy Yazyk [The Aleut language]. In: Bol'shaya Rossiyskaya Entsiklopedia.


64. Mednovsko-aleutskiy yazyk [Mednij Aleut]. In: Bol'shaya Rossiyskaya Entsiklopedia.


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