Indigenous languages of Russia in contact with Russian
11 – 13 February 2021

Vinogradov Institute for Russian Language (RAS), Moscow
 
Indigenous languages of Russia in contact with Russian
11 – 13 February 2021

Vinogradov Institute for Russian Language (RAS), Moscow
Call for papers
Dear colleagues,

The conference «Indigenous languages of Russia in contact with Russian» will be held at Vinogradov Institute for Russian Language (RAS), Moscow on 11 – 13 February 2021.
The conference will be held online via Zoom (GMT +3).
Main conference topics:
  • Borrowing of grammatical and lexical patterns from Russian into indigenous languages of Russia.
  • Radical changes in the grammar of indigenous languages in the situation of language shift to Russian.
  • Contact-induced features in the Russian speech of native speakers of indigenous languages.
  • Russian-based pidgins.
  • Code-switching and code-mixing.
Organizers
Programme committee:
  • Vladimir Plungian (chair)
  • Egor Kashkin
  • Olga Kazakevich
  • Olesya Khanina
  • Alexander Letuchiy
  • Natalya Stoynova
Organizing committee:
  • Egor Kashkin
  • Irina Khomchenkova
  • Natalya Stoynova (chair)
  • Maria Emilia Winkler
Contact & Venue
18/2, Volkhonka street, Moscow (Kropotkinskaja metro station)
The conference will be held online via Zoom (GMT +3)
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: ruslangcontact@gmail.com.
Practical information
  • Presentations will last 20 minutes + 10 minutes for discussion.
  • Language: English or Russian (a talk may be in Russian + a presentation in English, or vice versa).
  • The conference will be held online via Zoom (GMT +3).
  • During the talk, you can demonstrate your presentation or handout. If this is a handout (especially with a large number of examples), we advise, in addition to the demonstration, before the report, also to share it via the Zoom chat so that the participants can view it in a convenient mode.
  • We ask you to turn off your microphone during other people's reports.
  • To ask a question to the speaker, please write "question" in the Zoom chat, or write the question itself, if it is more convenient for you to ask it in writing.
  • During breaks, it is not necessary to leave Zoom: you can use this time to continue the discussion or for informal communication.
Programme
Plenary talks
Aleksander Rusakov
(Institute for Linguistic Studies RAS & St Petersburg State University)
Russian verbs in Romani dialects: between code switching and verbal borrowing
Ekaterina Gruzdeva
(University of Helsinki)
Russian influence on Nivkh clausal structure
Schedule
Zoom links

All sections, except for two sections Feb 12th, Friday (10.00–11.30, 12.00–13.30) [Zoom link]

Conference identifier: 843 6918 3781, access code: 761700

Two sections Feb 12th, Friday (10.00–11.30, 12.00–13.30) [Zoom link]

Conference identifier: 915 7493 9961, access code: 582736

Feb 11th (Thursday)
9:45–10:00.....Conference opening by RLI RAS deputy director, Full member of RAS Vladimir Plungian [Zoom link]

Contact-influenced varieties of Russian: Circumpolar region [Zoom link]

Chair: Olesya Khanina

10:00–10:30...Mira Bergelson (HSE University, Moscow), Andrej Kibrik (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / MSU, Moscow). On the Kodiak Town variety of Alaskan Russian
10:30–11:00...Nina Zdorova (HSE University, Moscow), Anna Artemova (University of Groningen), Olga Parshina, Mariya Khudyakova (HSE University, Moscow). The influence of Nenets-Russian bilingualism on Russian language development in Yamalo-Nenets primary school students
11:00–11:30...Valentin Gusev (Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Moscow / University of Hamburg). Da-converbs in Govorka (Taimyr Russian Pidgin) (In Russian) [Presentation] [Handout]

11:30–12:00...Break

Contact-influenced varieties of Russian: Volga region [Zoom link]

Chair: Vlada Baranova

12:00–12:30...Tamara Erina (Chuvash State University), Eduard Fomin (Chuvash State Institute of Culture and Arts, Cheboksary). Cheboksary regiolect: Chuvash-Russian units (In Russian) [Presentation]
12:30–13:00...Egor Kashkin (RLI RAS, Moscow). Some peculiarities of the Russian speech of Hill Mari and the issue of language contact (In Russian) [Presentation]
13:00–13:30...Christian Pischlöger (University of Vienna). The lisping pronunciation of sibilants in Russian dialects of Udmurtia: A Permic substrate? cancelled

13:30–14:30...Lunch

Contact-influenced varieties of Russian: contact with Turkic and Nakh-Daghestanian languages

[Zoom link]

Chair: Natalia Stoynova

14:30–15:00...Zoya Rezanova (TSU, Tomsk), Denis Tokmashev (TSU / Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics). Markup fragment in the RuTuBiC linguistic corpus. Code switching or lexical borrowing? (In Russian)
15:00–15:30...Aimgul Kazkenova (Eurasian technological University, Almaty), Ekaterina Rakhilina (HSE University, Moscow). Prepositions ot, iz and s in the Russian speech of Kazakh bilinguals (In Russian)
15:30–16:00...Anastasia Panova, Tatiana Philippova (HSE University, Moscow). Preposition drop in Russian spoken in Daghestan: a quantitative corpus study

16:00–16:30...Break

Grammatical changes under Russian influence: polypredication [Zoom link]

Chair: Egor Kashkin

16:30–17:00...Vlada Baranova (HSE University / ILS RAS, Saint-Petersburg). Complex sentences with conjunctions in Kalmyk as a contact-induced change or a language-internal grammaticalization (In Russian) [Presentation]
17:00–17:30...Laurène Barbier (INALCO, Paris). Russian influence on Upper Negidal adverbial clauses [Presentation]
17:30–18:00...Natalia Stoynova (RLInstitute, RAS / Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Moscow), Irina Khomchenkova (RLI RAS / Institute of Linguistics RAS / MSU, Moscow). Adverbial clauses with Russian conjunctions in three languages with different subordination strategies (In Russian, slides in English) [Presentation]
Feb 12th (Friday)

Borrowing and code-switching [Zoom link]

Chair: Sofia Oskolskaya

10:00–10:30...Irina Khomchenkova (RLI RAS / MSU, Moscow). Russian words in Ossetic speech: corpus observations (In Russian) [Presentation]
10:30–11:00...Maria Egorova (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / RSUH, Moscow), Elena Klyachko (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / HSE University, Moscow), Elena Rudnitskaya (Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS, Moscow). The correlation of code-switching and use of specific Evenki constructions: the hesitation markers (In Russian, slides in English) [Presentation]
11:00–11:30...Mira Bergelson (HSE University, Moscow), Andrej Kibrik (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / MSU, Moscow). Russian-Athabaskan language contact in the Kenai peninsula [Presentation]

11:30–12:00...Break

Phonetic and morphological adaptation of loanwords 1 [Zoom link]

Chair: Maria Emilia Winkler

12:00–12:30...Kirill Semenov (HSE University / Kharkevich Institute, Moscow). A Hard Way from Fur to Katyusha Rockets: Does the Russian Loanword Adaptation in Standard Chinese Inherit the Russian-Chinese Pidgin? (In Russian)
12:30–13:00...László Fejes (Research Institute for Linguistics, Budapest). The phoneme pattern of Erzya and the Russian loanwords
13:00–13:30...Elizaveta Bunina (MSU, Moscow), Ilya Egorov (RANEPA, Moscow). Russian loans in the Mazurian (Polish) immigrant dialect in Southern Siberia: loan translation, etymological nativization, or phonological adaptation? (In Russian) cancelled

13:30–14:30...Lunch

[Zoom link]

Chair: Natalia Stoynova

14:30–15:30...Aleksander Rusakov (ILS RAS / Saint Petersburg State University). (Plenary talk) Russian verbs in Romani dialects: between code switching and verbal borrowing (In Russian)
15:30–16:00...Serzhema Namdakova (Buryat State Academy of Agriculture, Ulan-Ude). Grammatical features of Russian verbs-inclusions in oral speech of Buryat language (In Russian)

16:00–16:30...Break

Phonetic and morphological adaptation of loanwords [Zoom link]

Chair: Irina Khomchenkova

16:30–17:00...Sofia Oskolskaya (ILS RAS, Saint-Petersburg), Natalia Stoynova (RLI RAS / Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Moscow). Two similar languages borrow verbs in different ways: Russian verb loans in Nanai and Ulcha (In Russian, slides in English) [Presentation]
17:00–17:30...Olga Kazakevich (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / RSUH, Moscow). Russian verbs in Northern Selkup speech (In Russian) [Presentation]
17:30–18:00...Diana Forker (University of Jena), Lenore Grenoble (University of Chicago). Some structural similarities in the outcomes of language contact with Russian [Presentation]
Feb 13th (Saturday)

[Zoom link]

Chair: Olga Kazakevich

10:00–11:00...Ekaterina Gruzdeva (University of Helsinki). (Plenary talk) Russian influence on Nivkh clausal structure (In Russian) [Presentation]
11:00–11:30...Viktoria Egodurova (Banzarov Buryat State University, Ulan-Ude). The influence of the Russian language on the internal structural development of the Buryat language (In Russian) [Presentation]

11:30–12:00...Break

Copying of morphosyntactic patterns [Zoom link]

Chair: Egor Kashkin

12:00–12:30...Maria Usacheva (Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Moscow). From 1897 to 2017: contact-induced changes in the system of Yazva Komi demonstratives [Presentation]
12:30–13:00...Erika Asztalos (Research Institute for Linguistics / Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest). When possessive suffixes are missing: non-agreeing possessees in Udmurt predicative possessive constructions [Presentation]
13:00–13:30...Elena Kryukova (Tomsk State Pedagogical University). Simplification of verbal structure in Modern Ket (In Russian) [Presentation]

13:30–14:30...Lunch

Language contact with Russian: evidence from corpora [Zoom link]

Chair: Maria Usacheva

14:30–15:00...Maria Brykina (University of Hamburg / Institute of the World Culture, MSU, Moscow). Corpus Study of Russian Borrowings in Selkup Dialects (In Russian) [Presentation]
15:00–15:30...Timofey Arkhangelskiy (University of Hamburg). Mutual influence of Beserman Udmurt and Russian in the usage of modal particles (In Russian) [Presentation]


15:30–......Conference closing
 
Indigenous languages of Russia in contact with Russian
11 – 13 February 2021

Vinogradov Institute for Russian Language (RAS), Moscow
Call for papers
Dear colleagues,

The conference «Indigenous languages of Russia in contact with Russian» will be held at Vinogradov Institute for Russian Language (RAS), Moscow on 11 – 13 February 2021.
The conference will be held online via Zoom (GMT +3).
Main conference topics:
  • Borrowing of grammatical and lexical patterns from Russian into indigenous languages of Russia.
  • Radical changes in the grammar of indigenous languages in the situation of language shift to Russian.
  • Contact-induced features in the Russian speech of native speakers of indigenous languages.
  • Russian-based pidgins.
  • Code-switching and code-mixing.
Organizers
Programme committee:
  • Vladimir Plungian (chair)
  • Egor Kashkin
  • Olga Kazakevich
  • Olesya Khanina
  • Alexander Letuchiy
  • Natalya Stoynova
Organizing committee:
  • Egor Kashkin
  • Irina Khomchenkova
  • Natalya Stoynova (chair)
  • Maria Emilia Winkler
Contact & Venue
18/2, Volkhonka street, Moscow (Kropotkinskaja metro station)
The conference will be held online via Zoom (GMT +3)
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: ruslangcontact@gmail.com.
Practical information
  • Presentations will last 20 minutes + 10 minutes for discussion.
  • Language: English or Russian (a talk may be in Russian + a presentation in English, or vice versa).
  • The conference will be held online via Zoom (GMT +3).
  • During the talk, you can demonstrate your presentation or handout. If this is a handout (especially with a large number of examples), we advise, in addition to the demonstration, before the report, also to share it via the Zoom chat so that the participants can view it in a convenient mode.
  • We ask you to turn off your microphone during other people's reports.
  • To ask a question to the speaker, please write "question" in the Zoom chat, or write the question itself, if it is more convenient for you to ask it in writing.
  • During breaks, it is not necessary to leave Zoom: you can use this time to continue the discussion or for informal communication.
Programme
Plenary talks
Aleksander Rusakov
(Institute for Linguistic Studies RAS & St Petersburg State University)
Russian verbs in Romani dialects: between code switching and verbal borrowing
Ekaterina Gruzdeva
(University of Helsinki)
Russian influence on Nivkh clausal structure
Schedule
Zoom links

All sections, except for two sections Feb 12th, Friday (10.00–11.30, 12.00–13.30) [Zoom link]

Conference identifier: 843 6918 3781, access code: 761700

Two sections Feb 12th, Friday (10.00–11.30, 12.00–13.30) [Zoom link]

Conference identifier: 915 7493 9961, access code: 582736

Feb 11th (Thursday)
9:45–10:00.....Conference opening by RLI RAS deputy director, Full member of RAS Vladimir Plungian [Zoom link]

Contact-influenced varieties of Russian: Circumpolar region [Zoom link]

Chair: Olesya Khanina

10:00–10:30...Mira Bergelson (HSE University, Moscow), Andrej Kibrik (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / MSU, Moscow). On the Kodiak Town variety of Alaskan Russian
10:30–11:00...Nina Zdorova (HSE University, Moscow), Anna Artemova (University of Groningen), Olga Parshina, Mariya Khudyakova (HSE University, Moscow). The influence of Nenets-Russian bilingualism on Russian language development in Yamalo-Nenets primary school students
11:00–11:30...Valentin Gusev (Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Moscow / University of Hamburg). Da-converbs in Govorka (Taimyr Russian Pidgin) (In Russian) [Presentation] [Handout]

11:30–12:00...Break

Contact-influenced varieties of Russian: Volga region [Zoom link]

Chair: Vlada Baranova

12:00–12:30...Tamara Erina (Chuvash State University), Eduard Fomin (Chuvash State Institute of Culture and Arts, Cheboksary). Cheboksary regiolect: Chuvash-Russian units (In Russian) [Presentation]
12:30–13:00...Egor Kashkin (RLI RAS, Moscow). Some peculiarities of the Russian speech of Hill Mari and the issue of language contact (In Russian) [Presentation]
13:00–13:30...Christian Pischlöger (University of Vienna). The lisping pronunciation of sibilants in Russian dialects of Udmurtia: A Permic substrate? — cancelled

13:30–14:30...Lunch

Contact-influenced varieties of Russian: contact with Turkic and Nakh-Daghestanian languages

[Zoom link]

Chair: Natalia Stoynova

14:30–15:00...Zoya Rezanova (TSU, Tomsk), Denis Tokmashev (TSU / Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics). Markup fragment in the RuTuBiC linguistic corpus. Code switching or lexical borrowing? (In Russian)
15:00–15:30...Aimgul Kazkenova (Eurasian technological University, Almaty), Ekaterina Rakhilina (HSE University, Moscow). Prepositions ot, iz and s in the Russian speech of Kazakh bilinguals (In Russian)
15:30–16:00...Anastasia Panova, Tatiana Philippova (HSE University, Moscow). Preposition drop in Russian spoken in Daghestan: a quantitative corpus study

16:00–16:30...Break

Grammatical changes under Russian influence: polypredication [Zoom link]

Chair: Egor Kashkin

16:30–17:00...Vlada Baranova (HSE University / ILS RAS, Saint-Petersburg). Complex sentences with conjunctions in Kalmyk as a contact-induced change or a language-internal grammaticalization (In Russian) [Presentation]
17:00–17:30...Laurène Barbier (INALCO, Paris). Russian influence on Upper Negidal adverbial clauses [Presentation]
17:30–18:00...Natalia Stoynova (RLInstitute, RAS / Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Moscow), Irina Khomchenkova (RLI RAS / Institute of Linguistics RAS / MSU, Moscow). Adverbial clauses with Russian conjunctions in three languages with different subordination strategies (In Russian, slides in English) [Presentation]
Feb 12th (Friday)

Borrowing and code-switching [Zoom link]

Chair: Sofia Oskolskaya

10:00–10:30...Irina Khomchenkova (RLI RAS / MSU, Moscow). Russian words in Ossetic speech: corpus observations (In Russian) [Presentation]
10:30–11:00...Maria Egorova (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / RSUH, Moscow), Elena Klyachko (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / HSE University, Moscow), Elena Rudnitskaya (Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS, Moscow). The correlation of code-switching and use of specific Evenki constructions: the hesitation markers (In Russian, slides in English) [Presentation]
11:00–11:30...Mira Bergelson (HSE University, Moscow), Andrej Kibrik (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / MSU, Moscow). Russian-Athabaskan language contact in the Kenai peninsula [Presentation]

11:30–12:00...Break

Phonetic and morphological adaptation of loanwords 1 [Zoom link]

Chair: Maria Emilia Winkler

12:00–12:30...Kirill Semenov (HSE University / Kharkevich Institute, Moscow). A Hard Way from Fur to Katyusha Rockets: Does the Russian Loanword Adaptation in Standard Chinese Inherit the Russian-Chinese Pidgin? (In Russian)
12:30–13:00...László Fejes (Research Institute for Linguistics, Budapest). The phoneme pattern of Erzya and the Russian loanwords
13:00–13:30...Elizaveta Bunina (MSU, Moscow), Ilya Egorov (RANEPA, Moscow). Russian loans in the Mazurian (Polish) immigrant dialect in Southern Siberia: loan translation, etymological nativization, or phonological adaptation? (In Russian) cancelled

13:30–14:30...Lunch

[Zoom link]

Chair: Natalia Stoynova

14:30–15:30...Aleksander Rusakov (ILS RAS / Saint Petersburg State University). (Plenary talk) Russian verbs in Romani dialects: between code switching and verbal borrowing (In Russian)
15:30–16:00...Serzhema Namdakova (Buryat State Academy of Agriculture, Ulan-Ude). Grammatical features of Russian verbs-inclusions in oral speech of Buryat language (In Russian)

16:00–16:30...Break

Phonetic and morphological adaptation of loanwords [Zoom link]

Chair: Irina Khomchenkova

16:30–17:00...Sofia Oskolskaya (ILS RAS, Saint-Petersburg), Natalia Stoynova (RLI RAS / Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Moscow). Two similar languages borrow verbs in different ways: Russian verb loans in Nanai and Ulcha (In Russian, slides in English) [Presentation]
17:00–17:30...Olga Kazakevich (Institute of Linguistics, RAS / RSUH, Moscow). Russian verbs in Northern Selkup speech (In Russian) [Presentation]
17:30–18:00...Diana Forker (University of Jena), Lenore Grenoble (University of Chicago). Some structural similarities in the outcomes of language contact with Russian [Presentation]
Feb 13th (Saturday)

[Zoom link]

Chair: Olga Kazakevich

10:00–11:00...Ekaterina Gruzdeva (University of Helsinki). (Plenary talk) Russian influence on Nivkh clausal structure (In Russian) [Presentation]
11:00–11:30...Viktoria Egodurova (Banzarov Buryat State University, Ulan-Ude). The influence of the Russian language on the internal structural development of the Buryat language (In Russian) [Presentation]

11:30–12:00...Break

Copying of morphosyntactic patterns [Zoom link]

Chair: Egor Kashkin

12:00–12:30...Maria Usacheva (Institute of Linguistics, RAS, Moscow). From 1897 to 2017: contact-induced changes in the system of Yazva Komi demonstratives [Presentation]
12:30–13:00...Erika Asztalos (Research Institute for Linguistics / Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest). When possessive suffixes are missing: non-agreeing possessees in Udmurt predicative possessive constructions [Presentation]
13:00–13:30...Elena Kryukova (Tomsk State Pedagogical University). Simplification of verbal structure in Modern Ket (In Russian) [Presentation]

13:30–14:30...Lunch

Language contact with Russian: evidence from corpora [Zoom link]

Chair: Maria Usacheva

14:30–15:00...Maria Brykina (University of Hamburg / Institute of the World Culture, MSU, Moscow). Corpus Study of Russian Borrowings in Selkup Dialects (In Russian) [Presentation]
15:00–15:30...Timofey Arkhangelskiy (University of Hamburg). Mutual influence of Beserman Udmurt and Russian in the usage of modal particles (In Russian) [Presentation]


15:30–......Conference closing
This site was made on Tilda — a website builder that helps to create a website without any code
Create a website