Activities and Findings

Cover: Handbook of Desriptive Linguistic Fieldwork


Chelliah, S., de Reuse, W., 2011. Handbook of Descriptive Linguistics Fieldwork. Springer,

In Chapter 12 de Reuse discusses elicitation methods and his current Han research.



de Reuse, W.J. 2012. Han Athabascan and Western Apache Personal Names. Paper presented atSociety for the Study of Indigenous Languages in the Americas(SSILA) Annual Meeting, session on American Indian Personal Names, January 7. Baltimore, Maryland.

Golovko, E. 2010. Transcription of Attuan Cylinders in 2009 and 2010. Presented at the Institute for Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, December 7. St. Petersburg, Russia.

Golovko, E. 2011. Russian in Alaska Today. Annual Volume for the St. Petersburg's branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. St. Petersburg, Russia,

Kibrik, A. 2009. Local Discourse Structure in Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskan. Paper presented at the SSILA: Summer Program during the Linguistic Society of America (LSA) "Summer Institute" at University of California Berkeley, July 17-18. Berkeley, California,

Tarpent, M. L. 2010. Segments vs. Clusters in Penutian Correspondences, Presented at the SSILA , January 9, Baltimore, Maryland.

Tarpent, M. L. 2010. Ancients Contacts Between Tsimshianic and Salishian, Presented at International Conference on Salishan and Neighboring Languages, University of Oregon. Eugene, Oregon,



Golovko, E. 2009. 150 Years without Russians: Traces of Russian Cultural Influence in Alaska (based on 2008 Alaska Russian field materials). Powerpoint presentation fort the Field Seminar, European University, March 19. St. Petersburg, Russia.

Golovko, E. 2009. Russians in Alaska Today. Powerpoint presentation for the Seminar for Humanity Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences. St. Petersburg, Russia.

Golovko, E. 2010. Russian language in Alaska: 143 years after Russians left. Presentation at "Language and Society in Russia and Other Countries," Conference. Round-table on Eurolinguistics, Institute for Linguistics, June 21-24. Moscow, Russia.

Golovko, E. 2010. 143 Years after Russian America, Powerpoint presentation for Conference on Russian America, August 20.Sitka, Alaska.

Golovko, E. 2010. Different Russian: Three groups of Russians in Alaska Today. Presentation at the Russian Diaspora in the World's Culture Space Conference, Institute for Russian Literature (Pushkinsky Dom), Russian Academy of Sciences, September 20-22. St. Petersburg, Russia,

Golovko, E. 2010. [Preliminary analysis of Attuan Aleut Folklore texts], Conference on Folklore, Novosibirsk, Russia.

Golovko, E. 2012. Alutiiq language: The results of Alutiiq-Russian interaction in the 19th century. Powerpoint presentation given at the 18th Inuit Studies Conference, October 24-28.Washington, DC.

Kibrik, A. 2009. Dependent Clauses in Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskan. Powerpoint presentation at the 2009 Athabaskan Languages Conference, University of California, Berkeley, July 20-12. Berkeley, California.

Kibrik, A., Zverev, A., 2010. Dimensionals Directionals in Upper Kuskokwim Athabascan: Orientation in Physical and Cognitive Space. Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science, June 22-26. Tomsk, Russia.

Kibrik, A., 2010. Russian Influence Upon the Culture of an Interior Alaska Community. Powerpoint presentation for the Russian-American Conference. Sitka, Alaska.

Kibrik, A. 2008. Slova Zagoskina v Centr Aljaski (Zagoskin's words in the center of Alaska). Powerpoint presentation at the Laventy Zagoskin Conference. Rjazan, Russia.

Kibrik, A. 2008. Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskans: Personal, Ethnic, and National History. Powerpoint presentation at the International Congress of Applied Social Science (ICASS) VI, August 22-26.Nuuk, Greenland,

Kibrik, A., 2012. Qualitative morphological complexity: The Case of Athabascan. Powerpoint presentation for the workshop, "Growth and Decline of Morphological Complexity," organized by the Surrey Morphology Group, hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.Leipzig, Germany.

Kibrik, A. 2012. Prosody and local discourse structure in a polysynthetic language. Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Science, June 18-24. Kaliningrad, Russia.

Vakhtin, N. 2011. Two Naukan texts collected by Ekaterina Rubtsova, edited by N. Vakhtin. Naukan transliterated into Cyrillic by Rubtsova with Russian translation by Vakhtin, To be published by the Linguistic Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Vakhtin, N. 2012. Materials of E.S. Rubtsova on Eskimo Languages. One article from a festschrift presented at the"Landmarks of the Capes," in recognition of Prof. Sergei Arutiunov on the occasion of his 80th birthday. St. Petersburg, Russia.