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First Last Affiliation Areas of Professional Expertise
Silje Susanne Alvestad University of Oslo Russian, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, aspect semantics, imperatives
James Augerot U of Washington Slavic and Balkan Linguistics, Language Pedagogy
Anastasia Bauer Slavic Institute, Cologne University (Russian) sign language, language contact, morphosyntax
Bojan Belic University of Washington  
Neil Bermel University of Sheffield Czech, Russian, morphology, orthography, language planning
Christina Bethin Stony Brook University phonology, historical linguistics, comparative Slavic
Jan Ivar Björnflaten University of Oslo, Norway History of Russian, Russian Dialects, Old Church Slavonic
Anna Bondaruk Catholic University of Lublin syntax, theoretical linguistics, Minimalist Program
Krzysztof E. Borowski University of Kansas Slavic sociolinguistics, Molise Slavic, BCS, Polish
Bartosz Brzoza Adam Mickiewicz University psycholinguistics, bilingualism, word recognition and processing
Daniel Bunčić Slavisches Institut, Universität zu Köln  
Robert Channon Purdue University  
Rosemarie Connolly Indiana University Syntax
Greville Corbett Surrey Morphology Group, University of Surrey morphology, typology
Václav Cvrček Charles University in Prague corpus linguistics, Czech grammar
Andriy Danylenko Pace University Historical and Areal Linguistics, History of Ukrainian
Tomas Dubeda Charles University in Prague phonetics, translation
Mikhail Dymarskii Herzen St. Pedag. Univ. of Russia / Inst. for Ling. Res. RAS syntax, text grammars
Katarzyna Dziwirek University of Washington Polish, semantics, pragmatics
Masako Fidler Brown University Czech, discourse analysis, pragmatics cognitive linguistics
George Fowler Indiana University Russian morphosyntax
Miroslava Gavurová Faculty of Arts, University of Prešov abbreviation, lexicology, translation studies
René Genis University of Amsterdam Slavic verbal aspect, prefixation
Ivan Georgiev Iliev Plovdiv University, Kardzhali Branch - BULGARIA General, Slavic, and Bulgarian Linguistics
Cammeron Girvin UC Berkeley Bulgarian, BCS, (South) Slavic linguistics and folklore
Frank Gladney retired  
Yaroslav Gorbachov University of Chicago Slavic, Baltic, and Indo-European historical linguistics
Jadranka Gvozdanovic Heidelberg University comparative, historical linguistics, typology, sociolinguistics
Martin Henzelmann TU Dresden Microlanguages, South and West Slavic Languages, Multilingualism
Azra Hodzic-Kadic Uni Wien professor of Bosnian- Croatian- Serbian Language
Daiki Horiguchi Iwate University Russian lingustics, Latvian linguistics
Olga Inkova Geneva University Textlinguistics, Semantics, Contrastive Linguistics
Alina Israeli American University Russian, semantics, pragmatics, aspect
Martina Ivanová Department of Slovak Language FF PU v Presove grammar, corpus linguistics, cognitive linguistics
Łukasz Jędrzejowski University of Potsdam Polish verbal syntax, control/raising, wh-phrases
Uwe Junghanns Seminar fuer Slavische Philologie, Universitaet Goettingen Slavic linguistics
Edyta Jurkiewicz-Rohrbacher University of Helsinki, University of Regensburg Polish, verbal aspect, translation studies
Olga Kagan Ben-Gurion University of the Negev semantics, Slavic linguistics
Janneke Kalsbeek University of Amsterdam South Slavic historical linguistics; Slavic verbal aspect
Amir Kapetanović Institute of Croatian language and linguistics lexicography, cogn. and hist. linguistics, morphology, Croatian
Sylwia Kisielica Paris IV - Sorbonne/Uniwersytet Jagiellonski/ INALCO Polish,French,aspect,prefixation,Polish as foreign language
Michaela Kopečková Department of Czech studies, Faculty of Arts in Olomouc, CZ  
Peter Kosta University of Potsdam, Department of Slavic Languages Language Typology, Syntax Theory, Generative Grammar, Semantics
Jovan KOSTOV University Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) morphology, syntax, NLP, aspect, verb, macedonian, inflection
Alla Kozhinowa Belarusian State University lexicology, history of the Slavic languages
Elena Kulinich University of Montreal morphology, experimental linguistics, language acquisition
Katharina Kunz University of Heidelberg, Institute for Slavic Studies  
Miroslava Kyseľová Department of Slovak Language FF PU v Presove grammar, corpus linguistics, cognitive linguistics
Keith Langston University of Georgia phonology, morphology, sociolinguistics, Russian, South Slavic
Marija Lazar Saxonian Academy of Science, Leipzig, Germany Historical Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics, Text Typology
Jouko Lindstedt University of Helsinki  
Alison Long Keele University language variation and change, morphosyntax, corpus linguistics
Radovan Lučić University of Amsterdam (UvA) Lexicography, standardology, language aquisition
Grant Lundberg Brigham Young University Slovene dialects, South Slavic dialects
Marek Majer Harvard University, Department of Linguistics Proto-Slavic, Indo-European, Historical Linguistics, Phonology
Stela Manova University of Vienna morphology, typology, lexical semantics, psycholinguistics
Marijana Marelj UiL OTS, Utrecht University  
Mihaela Matešić University of Rijeka Sociolinguistics, Pragmatics, the Croatian Standard Language
Lidia Federica Mazzitelli University of Bremen Belarusian, Lithuanian, Typology,
Anita Memišević University of Rijeka Cognitive Linguistics, Neuroscience, English, Croatian
Matthew Menzenski University of Kansas Verbal Aspect, Corpus Linguistics, Cognitive Linguistics
Anna-Maria Meyer Chair of Slavic Linguistics, University of Bamberg  
Ana Mikić Čolić Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences word formation in Croatian, Croatian as a foreign language
Keiko Mitani University of Tokyo, Faculty of Letters Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian, Historical Slavic linguistics
Gabriela Mucskova Faculty of Arts, Comenius University Bratislava Slovakia historical linguistics, dialectology, language planning
Johanna Nichols University of California, Berkeley Historical and areal linguistics, typology
Motoki Nomachi Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University Kashubian, Serbian, minority, language contact, areal typology
Jens Nørgård-Sørensen University of Copenhagen Slavic linguistics, historical linguistics
Roumyana Pancheva USC syntax, semantics, Bulgarian
Anita Peti-Stantic University of Zagreb/Tufts University South Slavic syntax and semantics, aphasia, sociolinguistics
Natalia Philippova National Research University—Higher School of Economics  
Vladimir Plungian Vinogradov Institute for Russian language / RAS Russian, verbal categories, TAM typology
Maria Polinsky Harvard syntax
Ljiljana Progovac Wayne State University Syntax, Slavic Syntax, Evolutionary Syntax
Teodora Radeva-Bork University of Potsdam, Slavic institute syntax, first language acquisition
Sébastien Saudreau Université Paris-Sorbonne Russian
Gunter Schaarschmidt University of Victoria Slavic Linguistics, Minority Languages (Sorbian, Doukhobors)
Katrin Susanne Schlund Heidelberg University, Germany impersonal constructions, politeness in language
Ondřej Šefčík Masaryk university, Brno, Czech republic phonology, Czech, Old Church Slavonic, Indo-European
Irina Sekerina College of Staten Island Slavic psycholinguistics, bilingualism, language acquisition
Ilia Shatunovskiy International University "Dubna" Russian, Semantics, Pragmatics, Speech Acts, Russian Aspect
Valery Shyrokov Maastricht University, Netherlands Aspectual studies and political research
Vesela Simeonova University of Ottawa Bulgarian, syntax, semantics, evidentiality, CP, modality
Alena Sourkova Belarusian State University Palaeoslavistics, Historiography of Linguistics, Textology
Traci Speed Independent South Slavic and Balkan Linguistics
Andrew Spencer University of Essex morphosyntax
Danuta Stanulewicz University of Gdansk Kashubian, Polish
Oscar Swan University of Pittsburgh Polish and Russian descriptive linguistics
Przemysław Tajsner Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań, Poland generative syntax, the minimalist program, information structure
Daniel Valois Université de Montréal syntax, language acquisition, neurolinguistics
Kate White The Ohio State University 770
Elżbieta WIerzbicka-Piotrowska University of Warsaw Polish and Russian, Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics
Jacek Witkoś Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland syntax, morpho-syntax
Igor Yanovich Universität Tübingen  
Jan Patrick Zeller Universität Oldenburg  
Svitlana Zhabotynska Bohdan Khmelnisky National University in Cherkasy, Ukraine Cognitive Linguistics
Anton Zimmerling Moscow Sholokhov State University for the Humanities General and Slavic linguistics
First Last Affiliation Areas of Professional Expertise
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