Publications Library

Rusty Barrett

Kira Hall and Rusty Barrett (eds), Oxford handbook of language and sexuality. New York: Oxford University Press. in press.

Brianna Cornelius and Rusty Barrett, “You met my ambassador”: Language and self-monitoring at the intersection of race and sexuality. In H. Samy Alim, Jonathan Rosa, Angela Reyes, and Paul Kroskrity (eds), Oxford handbook of language and race. New York: Oxford University Press. in press.

From drag queens to leathermen: Language, gender, and gay male subcultures. Oxford Studies in Language and Gender, New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 2017.

Indigenous hip hop as anti-colonial discourse in Guatemala. In Music as multimodal discourse: Semiotics, power, and protest. Ed by Lyndon C. S. Way and Simon McKerrell. London: Bloomsbury. 2017.

Poetics. In Judith Aissen, Nora C. England, and Roberto Zavala Maldonado (eds), The Mayan languages. Routledge Language Family Series. New York: Routledge. 2017: 433-457.

Mayan language revitalization, hip hop, and ethnic identity in Guatemala. Language & communication. 47: 144-153. 2016.

Ideophones and (non-)arbitrariness in the K’iche’ poetry of Humberto Ak’abal. Pragmatics and society. 5(3): 406-418. 2014.


 


Anna Bosch

Books:

  • (Translator) Spatial Prepositions: A Case Study from French. 1991. A translation of L’Espace en Français, by Claude Vandeloise (1986).  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.  265pp.
  • A Handbook of Creek (Muscogee) Grammar. 1984. Muskogee, Oklahoma: Indian University Press. 35pp.

Selected articles:

  • “Transcription: The phonetics-phonology interface,” 2011. In Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics, edited by Andrew Carnie.  Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 307-320.
  • “Syllable-internal structure,” 2011.  In The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, edited by Marc van Oostendorp, Colin Ewen, Beth Hume, and Keren Rice.  Blackwell (5 vols.), pp. 781-798. [link to online chapter]
  • “Phonology in modern Gaelic,” 2010. In The Edinburgh Companion to the Gaelic Language, edited by Moray Watson and Michelle Macleod. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 114-135.
  • “Revisiting preaspiration: Evidence from the Survey of the Gaelic Dialects of Scotland,” 2010.  Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, vols 26 & 27, pp. 269-290.
  • “Fine-grained morphophonological variation in Scottish Gaelic,” co-authored with James Scobbie, 2009.  In Variationist Approaches to Indigenous Minority Languages, edited by James Stanford and Dennis Preston. John Benjamins, pp. 347-368.
  • “Scottish Gaelic dialectology: A preliminary assessment of the Survey of the Gaelic Dialects of Scotland.” 2006. Lingua 116, 2012-2022.
  • “Borgstrøm’s Dialect of Barra in the Outer Hebrides: The uses and misuses of description in theory,” 2003. Scottish Gaelic Studies XXI, 221-240.
  • “The syllable in Scottish Gaelic dialect studies,” 1998a. Scottish Gaelic Studies XVIII, 1-22.
  • (with Kenneth de Jong),“Syllables and supersyllables: Evidence for low level phonological domains,”  1998b. Texas Linguistic Forum 41: Exploring the Boundaries Between Phonetics and Phonology, 1-14.
  • “Transcription and representation in Scottish Gaelic dialect studies,” 1997a. Orbis 39, 79-89.
  •  “Prominence at two levels: Stress versus pitch prominence in North Welsh,” 1997b. The Journal of Celtic Linguistics 5, 121-165.
  • “The prosody of Barra Gaelic epenthetic vowels,” (with Kenneth de Jong) 1997c. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences 27, 1-15.
  • “A brief historiography of Scottish Gaelic dialect studies.”  1990a. Celtic Language, Celtic Culture: A Festschrift for Eric P. Hamp, 199-206, edited by A. Matonis and D. Melia.  Van Nuys, CA: Ford and Bailie.
  • (with Diane Brentari) “The mora: Autosegment or syllable constituent?”  1990b. Papers from the 26th Annual Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, II: Parasession on the Syllable, 1- 16, edited by M. Noske, M. Ziolkowski and K. Deaton.

Alan V. Brown

Brown, A., Brown, E., & Paz, Y. A Corpus-based Approach to Spanish Lexico-grammar. (under contract with Routledge; estimated delivery of final manuscript summer 2020).

Ceo-DiFrancesco, D., Thompson,G., Barton, K., & Brown, A. Experiencias (Intermediate). (under contract with Wiley & Sons; estimated publication in fall 2019— my role on the team is to develop grammar explanations and activities for the primary print textbook and online activities)

Brown, A., Plonsky, L., & Teimouri, Y. (in press). The use of course grades as metrics in L2 Research: A systematic review. Foreign Language Annals.

Brown, A., & Thompson, G. (2018). The Changing Landscape of Spanish Language Curricula: Designing Higher Education Programs for Diverse Students. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.

Brown, A., Cox, T., and Thompson, G. (2017). A comparative discourse analysis of Spanish past narrations from the ACTFL OPI and OPIc. Foreign Language Annals, 50(4), 793-807.

Brown, A., & Thompson, G. (2016) The evolution of foreign language AP exam candidates: A 36-year descriptive study. Foreign Language Annals, 49(2), 235-251.

Cook, K., Brown, A., & Ballard, G. (2016). Using photovoice to explore environmental sustainability across languages and cultures. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education, 7, 49-67.

Brown, A. (2014). Foreign Language Course Grades as Prerequisites and Programmatic Gatekeepers. In J. Norris and N. Mills (eds.), AAUSC 2014 Volume: Innovation and Accountability in Language Program Evaluation (pp. 183-207). Boston, MA: Cengage.

Brown, A., & Purmensky, K. (2014). Spanish L2 Students’ Perceptions of Service-Learning while Studying Abroad: A Case Study from Ecuador. International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement 2(1), 78-94.

Brown, A. (2013). Understanding the relationship between language performance and university course grades. Foreign Language Annals, 46(1), 80-87.


Andrew M. Byrd

Books:

Articles:


Brenna Reinhart Byrd

  • Resistance Vernaculars in Turkish-German Hip-hop,” Justin Williams (ed.). The Cambridge Companion to Hip Hop. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (April 2015)

Thomas Clayton

Books:

  • 2006. Language choice in a nation under transition: English language spread in Cambodia. New York: Springer ("Language Policy" series, No. 5).
  • 2006. Rethinking hegemony. Edited. Melbourne: James Nicholas Publishers ("International Studies in Education and Social Change" series).
  • 2000. Education and the politics of language: Hegemony and pragmatism in Cambodia, 1979-1989. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong, Comparative Education Research Centre ("Studies in Comparative Education" No. 8).

Articles:

  • For a selection, see Google Scholar -- "Thomas Clayton language" and "Thomas Clayton Cambodia"

 

 


Jennifer Cramer

Books:

Cramer, Jennifer. 2016. Contested Southernness: The linguistic production and perception of identities in the borderlands. Publication of the American Dialect Society 100. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. [See http://pads.dukejournals.org/content/100/1.toc for full text]

Cramer, Jennifer and Chris Montgomery (eds.). 2016. Cityscapes and Perceptual Dialectology: Global perspectives on non-linguists’ knowledge of the dialect landscape. Language and Social Life 5. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Articles:

Cramer, Jennifer. 2018. Perceptions of Appalachian English in Kentucky. Journal of Appalachian Studies 24 (1): 45–71.

Cramer, Jennifer. 2015. An Optimality-Theoretic Approach to Dialect Code-switching. English World-Wide 36 (2): 170-197.

Anderson, Bridget L., Jennifer Cramer, Bethany K. Dumas, Beverly Olson Flanigan, and Michael Montgomery. 2014. Needed Research on the Englishes of Appalachia. Southern Journal of Linguistics 38 (1): 1-30.

Cramer, Jennifer. 2014. Is Shakespeare Still in the Holler? The Death of a Language Myth. Southern Journal of Linguistics 38 (1): 195-207.

Cramer, Jennifer. 2013. Styles, Stereotypes, and the South: Constructing Identities at the Linguistic Border. American Speech 88 (2): 144–167.

Cramer, Jennifer. 2010. “Do we really want to be like them?”: Indexing Europeanness through pronominal use. Discourse & Society 21 (6): 619–637.

Lichtman, Karen, Shawn Chang, Jennifer Cramer, Claudia Crespo del Rio, Amanda Huensch, Alexandra Morales, and Jill Hallett. 2010. IPA Illustration of Q’anjob’al. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences. <http://hdl.handle.net/2142/17090>.

Book Chapters:

Cramer, Jennifer. 2018. The Emic and the Etic in Perceptual Dialectology. In B.E. Evans, E. Benson, and J. Stanford (eds.), Language Regard: Methods, Variation, and Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 62–79.

Cramer, Jennifer. 2016. Perceptual Dialectology. Oxford Handbooks Online. Linguistics. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199935345.013.60.

Cramer, Jennifer. 2016. Rural vs. Urban: Perception and Production of Identity in a Border City. In J. Cramer and C. Montgomery (eds.), Cityscapes and Perceptual Dialectology: Global perspectives on non-linguists’ knowledge of the dialect landscape. Language and Social Life 5. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 27–54.

Montgomery, Chris and Jennifer Cramer. 2016. Developing methods in Perceptual Dialectology. In J. Cramer and C. Montgomery (eds.), Cityscapes and Perceptual Dialectology: Global perspectives on non-linguists’ knowledge of the dialect landscape. Language and Social Life 5. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 9–24.

Cramer, Jennifer and Jill Hallett. 2010. From Chi-Town to the Dirty Dirty: Regional identity markers in U.S. Hip Hop. In M. Terkourafi (ed.), The Languages of Global Hip Hop. London and New York: Continuum. 256–276.


Stayc DuBravac

  • DuBravac, Stayc. Technology in the L2 Curriculum. Prentice-Hall. 2012
  • DuBravac, Stayc & Margaret Gonglewski. "Multiliteracy: Second Language Literacy in the Multimedia Environment," in Lara Ducate Nike Arnold (Eds.). Calling on CALL: From Theory and Research to New Directions in Foreign Language Teaching. CALICO. 2006.
  • Dicho y Hecho: Methodology for visual literacy for instructors. Instructors' Resource Manual. Format: Print. [Companion volume to video, see below]. [ISBN 0-471-46720-2]. New York: Wiley Sons, Inc. 2004. To accompany student textbook, Dicho y Hecho, 7th ed., by Laila M. Dawson, Albert C. Dawson, Gorky Cruz. New York: Wiley Sons, Inc. 2004.
  • Dicho y Hecho. Edited volume of 27 cultural profiles and practices. Format : Video. 66 min. [ISBN 0-471-48416-4]. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. 2004.
  • DuBravac, Stayc. Interaction. Critical Analysis and Pedagogical Presentation of Ten Literary Texts. Format: CD-ROM. [ISBN 0-8384-0343-3]. Boston: Heinle Heinle. 1999.
  • Moehle-Vieregge, Linda, Mary Ann Lyman-Hager, Stayc DuBravac, Travis Bradley (equal authorship). Surf's Up: A website workbook for Basic French. Format: Print. [ISBN 0-8843-2934-8] Guilford, CT: Jeffrey Norton. 1997.
  • DuBravac, Stayc, Matthieu Dalle. "Reader question formation as a tool for measuring comprehension: Narrative and expository textual inferences in a second language." Journal of Research in Reading [England] 25(2) 2002: 217-231.
  • DuBravac, Stayc. "L2 Task design for electronic media" in Meena Singhal (Ed.). Proceedings of the First International Conference on Second and Foreign Language Teaching and Research. The Reading Matrix, Inc.: United States. September 25-26, 2004. pp. 173-180.

Recent Courses

  • Psycholinguistics
  • Theory of Language
  • Principles of Linguistic Analysis
  • Methods of Teaching Language 9-12

Raphael Finkel

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “Principal parts and morphological typology”, Morphology 17(1): 39–75, 2007.

Andrew Hippisley, Gregory Stump, Raphael Finkel, “Computing in the field: language modeling for elicitation and documentation of Shughni”, 2009 International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation (ICLDC), University of Hawaii at Manoa (March 12-14, 2009).

Amanda Barie, Darya Bukhtoyarova, Raphael Finkel, Andrew Hippisley, Mark Lauersdorf, Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby, Gregory Stump [University of Kentucky]; Muqbilsho Alamshoev*, Shoxnazar Mirzoev*, Gulnoro Mirzovafoeva, Shahlo Nekushoeva* [Khorog State University, *Institute of Humanities of the Tajik Academy of Sciences], “A collaborative project for the documentation of the Shughni language,” poster, 2009 International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation (ICLDC), University of Hawaii at Manoa (March 12-14, 2009).

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “Predictability, predictiveness and paradigm complexity” . Invited paper presented at the workshop Morphological Complexity: Implications for the Theory of Language, Harvard University, January 22, 2010

Raphael Finkel and Gregory T. Stump, Morphological typology: From Word to Paradigm, Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Raphael Finkel, William Hutton, Patrick Rourke, Ross Scaife, and Elizabeth Vandiver, “The Suda on Line”, Syllecta Classica 11:178-190, http://www.stoa.org/sol/

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “A default inheritance hierarchy for computing Hebrew verb morphology”, Literary and Linguistic Computing 22(2):117–136, 2007.

Raphael Finkel and Odetunji Ajadi Odejobi, “A computational approach to Yoruba morphology”, Workshop on African Language Technologies, 12th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL-09), March 30 – April 3, 2009, Athens, Greece.

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “What are principal parts, and what can they tell us about an inflectional system’s morphological complexity?” Invited paper presented at the Conference on Morphological Complexity, Convened by the Surrey Morphological Group, British Academy, London, January 13-15, 2012.

Raphael Finkel and Gregory Stump, “Cats Claw — Computer-Assisted Technology Service Computational Linguist’s Automated Workbench”, encompassing software for running DATR, KATR, PFM theories and analyzing plats for principal parts, http://www.cs.uky.edu/~raphael/linguistics/claw.html.


Atsushi Hasegawa

Hasegawa, A. (under contract). The social lives of study abroad: Understanding interpersonal relationships, social Interaction, and language development in the second language learner experience. New York, NY: Routledge.

Hasegawa, A. (2018). Understanding task-in-process through the lens of laughter: Activity designs, instructional materials, learner orientations, and interpersonal relationships. The Modern Language Journal, 102(1) 142-161.

Hasegawa, A. (2017). Collaborative orientation to the ‘search for what to say’ in pair work interactions. In Greer, T., Ishida, M., & Tateyama, Y. (Eds.), Interactional competence in Japanese as an additional language (pp. 175-210). Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai‘i, National Foreign Language Resource Center.

Sato, S., Hasegawa, A., Kumagai, Y, & Kamiyoshi, U. (2017). Content-based instruction for the social future: A recommendation for critical content-based instruction (CCBI). L2 Journal, 9(3), 50-69.

Sato, S., Hasegawa, A., Kumagai, Y., & Kamiyoshi, U. (2015). Naiyōjūshi no hihanteki nihongo kyōiku: Riron to sono jissen (Critical content-based Japanese instruction: Theory and practice). In S. Sato, T. Takami, U. Kamiyoshi, & Y. Kumagai (Eds.), Naiyōjūshi no nihongo kyōiku: Naiyō jūshi no hihanteki nihongo kyōiku o mezashite (Content-based language instruction: Towards critical Japanese language education). Tokyo: Coco Publisher.

Takami, T., Kumagai, Y., Sato, S., Hasegawa, A., & Morioka, A. (2015). Amerika ni okeru naiyō jūshi no nihongo kyōiku (Content-based instruction in the U.S. context). In S. Sato, T. Takami, U. Kamiyoshi, & Y. Kumagai (Eds.), Naiyōjūshi no nihongo kyōiku: Naiyō jūshi no hihanteki nihongo kyōiku o mezashite (Content-based language instruction: Towards critical Japanese language education). Tokyo: Coco Publisher.

Sato, S., Hasegawa, A., Kumagai, Y., & Kamiyoshi, U. (2013). Naiyō jūshi no gengo kyōiku no riron to jissen: “Hihanteki” nihongo kyōiku ni mukete (Theories and practices of content-based instruction: Toward “critical” Japanese language education). In K. Kondo-Brown, Y. Saito-Abbott, S. Satsutani, M. Tsutsui, & A. Wehmeyer (Eds.), New perspectives on Japanese language learning, linguistics, and culture. Manoa, HI: National Language Resource Center.

Hasegawa, A. (2010). Learner construction of task-in-process: A conversation analytic study of semiscripted pair work interaction (Doctoral dissertation). UMI Number: 3424233.

Hasegawa, A., Shima, C., & Mori, J. (Eds.) (2009). Toward advanced Japanese language proficiency. Proceedings of the 20th annual conference of the Central Association of Teachers of Japanese (CATJ). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Mori, J., & Hasegawa, A. (2009). Doing being a foreign language learner in a classroom: Embodiment of cognitive states as social events. IRAL: International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching, 47(1), 65-94.

Hanabusa, N., Hasegawa, A., Yasuda, M., & Matsumoto, K. (2008). Toward “contents” in the beginning language class. In Y. Hatasa (Ed.), Japanese as a foreign language education: Multiple perspectives, Tokyo: Kurosio Publisher.


Fabiola S. Henri

Books

Henri, Fabiola, Forthcoming, Mauritian verb morphology and its linguistic interfaces, Language Science Press.

Déprez, Viviane & Fabiola Henri (eds.), In Press, Negation and Negative Concord: The view from Creoles, Benjamins, Creole Language Library. Amsterdam.

Articles

Henri, Fabiola, Gregory Stump & Delphine Tribout, Forthcoming, ‘Conversion relations and the morphological complexity of three French-based creoles’, In Morphological Complexity, Peter Arkadiev and Francesco Gardani (eds.). Oxford University Press.

Henri, Fabiola, Forthcoming, ‘The emergence of inflectional morphology in Indian Ocean French Creoles', Routlegde Handbook of Pidgin and Creole Languages. Ansaldo, U & M, Meryerhoff (eds.)

Henri, Fabiola, Forthcoming, ‘Morphomic distribution in Mauritian: An aspect of morphological complexity’, Morphology, Springer.

Hassamal, Shrita, Anne Abeillé & Fabiola Henri, 2017, ‘Les adverbes en mauricien’, In Faits de Langues, Créoles 49 , Kihm, A. (ed.).
Peter Lang

Henri, Fabiola & Olivier Bonami, 2017, ‘La prédictibilité de l'agglutination de l'article en mauricien’, In Faits de Langues, Créoles 49, Kihm, A. (ed.).
Peter Lang

Henri, Fabiola & Alain Kihm, 2015, ‘The morphology of TAM marking in creole languages: A comparative study’, In Word Structure: Rethinking Creole Morphology, Luís, A. R (ed.). 248-282.

Henri, Fabiola, 2012, ‘Attenuative verbal reduplication in Mauritian: a morpho-semantic approach, In The Morphosyntax of Reiteration in Creole and Non-Creole Languages. Aboh, E., Smith, N. and Zribi-Hertz, A. (eds.) Benjamins, Creole Language Library. Amsterdam

Henri, Fabiola & Frédéric Laurens, 2011, ‘The complementation of raising and control verbs in Mauritian’, In Empirical issues in syntax and semantics 8, Bonami, O. and Cabredo-Hofherr, P. (eds.). 195-220.

Kriegel, Sybille, Ralph Ludwig & Fabiola Henri, 2009, ‘Les rapports entre créole et bhojpouri à Maurice: contact de langues et actes identitaires’, In Multiple Identities in Action: Mauritius and some Antillean Parallelisms, Hookoomsing, V., Ludwig, R. and Schnepel, B. (éds.). PeterLang, Sprache-Identität-Kultur, Frankfurt. 203-252.

Ludwig, Ralph, Fabiola Henri & Florence Bruneau-Ludwig, 2009, 'Hybridation linguistique et fonctions sociales - aspects des contacts entre créole, français et anglais à Maurice’, In Multiple Identities in Action: Mauritius and some Antillean Parallelisms, Hookoomsing, V., Ludwig, R. and Schnepel, B. (éds.). Peter Lang, Sprache-Identität-Kultur, Frankfurt. 165-202.

Kriegel, Sibylle, Ralph Ludwig & Fabiola Henri, 2008, ‘Encoding Path in Mauritian Creole and Bhojpuri: problems of language contact’, In Roots of Creole Structures. Weighing the Contribution of Substrates and Superstrates, Michaelis, S. (ed.). Benjamins, Creole Language Library 33, Amsterdam. 169-196.

Henri, Fabiola & Anne Abeillé, 2008, ‘Verb forms alternation in Mauritian’, On-line Proceedings of the HPSG-2008 Conference, CSLI Publications. 378-398.

Henri, Fabiola & Anne Abeillé, 2007, ‘The syntax of copular constructions in Mauritian’, On-line Proceedings of the HPSG-2007 Conference, CSLI Publications. 130-149.

Henri, Fabiola & Muhsina Alleesaib, 2007, ‘Relative drop in Mauritian: the case of subject relativisation’, On-line Proceedings of the LingO 2007, Oxford.

Henri, Fabiola, 2007, 'Natural Language Processing: Developing and Implementing a Formal Mauritian Grammar’, Proceedings of the LASU Conference 2004.

 

 


Sihui (Echo) Ke

Ke, S. & Koda, K. (2018a). Developing reflective learners in Chinese as a foreign language in the U.S. In K. Koda & J. Yamashita (Eds.), Reading to Learn: An Integrated Approach to FL Teaching and Assessment (pp.192-210). Routledge.

Koda, K. & Ke, S. (2018b). Advanced reading proficiency in collegiate foreign language learners. In P. A. Malovrh & A. Benati (Eds.), The Handbook of Advanced Proficiency in Second Language Acquisition (pp.483-504). Wiley-Blackwell.

Koda, K. & Ke, S. (2018c). 一语在二语阅读中的发展作用[L1 induced facilitation in L2 reading development].国际汉语教学研究[Journal of International Chinese Teaching], 18(2), 40-48.

Ke, S. & Koda, K. (2017a). Is vocabulary knowledge sufficient for word meaning inference? An investigation of the role of morphological awareness in adult L2 learners of Chinese. Applied Linguistics. Online First Publication. DOI: 10.1093/applin/amx040

Ke, S. & Koda, K. (2017b). Contributions of morphological awareness to adult L2 Chinese word meaning inferencing. The Modern Language Journal, 101 (4), 742-755. DOI:10.1111/modl.12428

Ke, S. & Chan, S-D. (2017c). Strategy use in L2 Chinese reading: The effect of L1 background and L2 proficiency. System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics, 66, 27-38.

Ke, S. & Tucker, G. R. (2015a). Unleavened cakes: An overview of second language Chinese education for South Asian students in Hong Kong. K-12 Chinese Language Teaching (online open access). Retrieved from: http://clta-us.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Unleavened-Cakes-L2-Chines...

Ke, S., & Xiao, F. (2015b). Cross-linguistic transfer of morphological awareness between Chinese and English. Language Awareness24(4), 355-380.

 


Mark Richard Lauersdorf

Editorial Positions

Selected Print Publications

Books:

Edited Volumes:

  • Slovo a tvar v štrukúre a v komunikácii, special issue of Philologica (Zborník Filozofickej fakulty Univerzity Komenského) Vol. LXXII. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského, 2013. 458 pp. (Co-edited with Gabriela Múcsková, Katarína Muziková, Zuzana Hargašová.)
  • Slavia Centralis Vol. 3, No. 1 and Vol. 3, No.2 (special volume: Papers from the 6th Congress of the International Society for Dialectology Geolinguistics (SIDG), Maribor, Slovenia, 14-18 September 2009). Maribor, Slovenia: Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor, 2010. (Co-edited with Mihaela Koletnik, Astrid Nahl, Marc L. Greenberg.)
    [ Full online access: Vol. 3, No. 1 and Vol. 3, No.2 ]
  • Slavic Sociolinguistics in North America, special double issue of the Journal of Slavic Linguistics, Vol. 17. Bloomington, Indiana: Slavica Publishers, 2009. (Co-edited with Curt F. Woolhiser.)
    [ Contents and Abstracts (html) ]

Articles and Chapters:

  • "Eugen Pauliny and Historical Sociolinguistics", in: Slovo a tvar v štrukúre a v komunikácii, special issue of: Philologica (Zborník Filozofickej fakulty Univerzity Komenského) LXXII. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského, 2013: 243-249.
  • "Slovencina na zaciatku mladšieho predspisovného obdobia (15. – 16. storocie): Ked ani viac dát nestací" (= "Slovak at the Beginning of the Early Pre-Codification Period (15th-16th Centuries): When Even More Data Isn't Enough"), in: Varia XX. Bratislava: Slovenská jazykovedná spolocnost pri SAV, 2012: 391-394.
    [ Complete volume in PDF ]
  • "Slavic Sociolinguistics in North America: Lineage and Leading Edge", in: Slavic Sociolinguistics in North America, special double issue of the Journal of Slavic Linguistics, vol. 17.1-2 (2009): 3-52.
    [ PDF download ]
  • "Protestant Language Use in 17th Century Slovakia in a Diglossia Framework", in: Peter Ženuch, ed. Život slova v dejinách a jazykových vztahoch. Bratislava: Slavistický kabinet SAV, 2003: 49-60.
    [ PDF download ]
  • "Slovak Standard Language Development in the 15th-18th Centuries: A Diglossia Approach", in: Laura A. Janda, Ronald Feldstein, and Steven Franks, eds. Indiana Slavic Studies (Bloomington, Indiana), Vol. 13 (2002): 245-264.
    [ PDF download ]
  • "Kultúrna slovencina administratívno-právnych textov zo 16. storocia. 'Co s fonológiou a morfológiou?' " (= "Cultural Slovak in 16th Century Slovak Administrative-Legal Texts. 'What About Phonology and Morphology?' "), in: Mira Nábelková, ed. Varia VII. Bratislava: Slovenská jazykovedná spolocnost pri SAV, 1998: 308-312.
    [ PDF download || Complete volume in PDF ]

Selected Digital Publications

Digital Projects:

Conference Proceedings:


Flavius Raslau

Raslau F, Baruah D, Klein A, Mark L, Ulmer J. “Functional Imaging: Ventral Stream of Informational Processing.” October 30, 2013.
http://3s.acr.org/CIP/CaseView.aspx?CaseId=zE1pwF7dOgE%3d

Raslau F, Baruah D, Klein A, Mark L, Ulmer J. “Functional Imaging: Supplemental Motor Cortex and Pre-SMA.” December 21, 2012.
http://3s.acr.org/CIP/SearchCaseView.aspx?CaseId=jUU33%2fKR5cg%3d

Raslau F, Baruah D, Klein A, Mark L, Ulmer J. “Functional Imaging: Primary Motor Cortex in Schizencephalic Epilepsy.” May 24, 2012.
http://3s.acr.org/CIP/ArchiveCaseView.aspx?CaseId=FTteitmdVwI%3d

Special Lectures & Presentations

Presurgical Functional Neuroimaging. Guest Lecture in Department of Radiology at University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio. January 26, 2018.

How Memory Works. LINCD Lecture in Department of Linguistics at University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. November 18, 2015.

Understanding and Mitigating CT Artifacts in Head CT Scans. Bluegrass Society of Radiologic Technologists, Lexington, Kentucky. September 19, 2015.

Remember the Fornix: A Comprehensive Review with Clinical Insights for Mapping Memory. Grand Rounds for Neurosurgery Department and Neuropsychology Division of Neurology Department at Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. February 24, 2012 and June 19, 2012.

PubMed Publications: 
  • Ganesh, H.;Raslau, F.D.;Dawkins, A.;Nair, R.T. "Contrast-induced acute kidney injury - Radiology perspective."Clinical nephrology 89, 3 (2018): 176-180. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Kassa, R.;Raslau, F.;Smith, C.;Sudhakar, P. "Teaching NeuroImages: Leber hereditary optic neuropathy masquerading as neuromyelitis optica." Neurology 90, 1 (2018): e94-e95. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Grewal, P.K.;Villamar, M.F.;Raslau, F.D.;Dobbs, M.R. "Pearls &amp; Oy-sters: An uncommon initial presentation of thyrotoxicosis." Neurology 89, 6 (2017): e61-e63. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Albuja, A.C.;Qaiser, S.;Lightner, D.D.;Raslau, F.D.;Zafar, M.S.;Bernard, P.A.;Baumann, R.J. "Surfer's myelopathy without surfing: a report of two pediatric patients." Spinal cord series and cases 3, (2017): 17008. [PubMed Link] |
  • Zhang, J.;Raslau, F.D.;Hill, N.;Escott, E.J. "The Importance of Patient Positioning When Using a Bowtie Filter in Computed Tomography Imaging." Radiologic technology 87, 6 (2016): 680-5. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Raslau, F.D.;Augustinack, J.C.;Klein, A.P.;Ulmer, J.L.;Mathews, V.P.;Mark, L.P. "Memory Part 3: The Role of the Fornix and Clinical Cases." AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology 36, 9 (2015): 1604-8. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Raslau, F.D.;Mark, I.T.;Klein, A.P.;Ulmer, J.L.;Mathews, V.;Mark, L.P. "Memory part 2: the role of the medial temporal lobe." AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology 36, 5 (2015): 846-9. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Raslau, F.D.;Mark, L.P.;Sabsevitz, D.S.;Ulmer, J.L. "Imaging of Functional and Dysfunctional Episodic Memory."Seminars in ultrasound, CT, and MR 36, 3 (2015): 260-74. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Raslau, F.D.;Klein, A.P.;Ulmer, J.L.;Mathews, V.;Mark, L.P. "Memory part 1: overview." AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology 35, 11 (2014): 2058-60. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Franczak, M.J.;Klein, M.;Raslau, F.;Bergholte, J.;Mark, L.P.;Ulmer, J.L. "In emergency departments, radiologists' access to EHRs may influence interpretations and medical management." Health affairs (Project Hope) 33, 5(2014): 800-6. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
  • Golshani, B.;Lazzaro, M.A.;Raslau, F.;Darkhabani, Z.;Baruah, D.;Eastwood, D.;Fitzsimmons, B.F.;Zaidat, O.O."Surveillance imaging after intracranial stent implantation: non-invasive imaging compared with digital subtraction angiography." Journal of neurointerventional surgery 5, 4 (2013): 361-5. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]

 


Haralambos Symeonidis (Χαραλαμπος Συμεωνιδης)

Invited Presentation on the ALGR-Project at the International Linguistic Association (ILA) in New York  

  • “Judeo-Spanish Lexicon”. Romania Judaica – The Romance Languages of the Jews. Eds. Guido Mensching, Frank Savelberg. Berlin: De Gruyter. [Forthcoming].
  • “The development of kinship terms as an indicator of the Romanization of the Guaranitic area”. Estudios y Homenajes Hispanoamericanos III. Eds. Efthimia Pandis Pavlakis, Haralambos Symeonidis, Dimitrios L. Drosos, Anthi Papageorgiou. Madrid: Ediciones del Orto. 2015. 269-285.
  • “Análisis sociolingüístico del leísmo paraguayo”. In: RIH, Revista Internacional d’Humanitats. 2013. 55-68.
  • “Paraguay.” Weltsprache Spanisch - Verbreitung, Variation, Soziolinguistik. Ein Handbuch für das Studium der Hispanistik. Eds. Sandra Herling, Carolin Patzelt. Stuttgart: ibidem. 2013.
  • Atlas Lingüístico Guaraní-Románico (ALGR-L), Tomo II Léxico-Cuerpo Humano. Co-editor and Co-director with Wolf Dietrich, Harald Thun, and Almidio Aquino. Kiel, Westensee-Verlag. [= Dialectologia Pluridimensionalis Roma­nica 11]. 2009.
  • Dynamik romanischer Varietaten auserhalb Europas - Alte und Neue Romania im Dialog. Co-Editor with Silke Jansen, Bern; Berlin; Bruxelles, Frankfurt/Main; New York; Oxford; Wien: Peter Lang Verlag. 2009.
  • Geschichte und Aktualität der deutschsprachigen Guaraní-Philologie.  Co-editor with Wolf Dietrich. Münster: Lit Verlag, 2008
  • Procesos de transferencia en el léxico del castellano paraguayo.” Actes du XXIVe Congrès International de Linguistique et de Philologie Romanes, Aberystwyth, 1er-6 août 2004. Tome I. Eds. David Trotter. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 2007. 565-76.
  • Guaraní y “Mawetí-Tupí-Guaraní”. Estudios históricos y descriptivos sobre una familia lingüística de América del Sur. Co-editor with Wolf Dietrich. Münster: Lit Verlag, 2006.
  • Sprache in Iberoamerika. Zum 65. Geburtstag von Wolf Dietrich. Co-editor with Volker Noll. Hamburg: Buske, 2005. 
  • “Aspectos sintácticos en el habla popular románico de la zona guaranítica.” El español en América. Aspectos teóricos, particularidades, contactos. Eds. Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh, Volker Noll, and Klaus Zimmermann. Frankfurt/Main: Vervuert, 2005. 235-248. 
  • “Os brasiguaios no Brasil: O uso das preposições em e a com o verbo ir.”, O português do Brasil. Perspectivas da pesquisa atual. Eds. Wolf Dietrich and Volker Noll. Frankfurt/Main: Vervuert, 2004. 155-67.
  • Das Judenspanische von Thessaloniki: Beschreibung des Sephardischen im griechischen Umfeld. Bern; Berlin; Bruxelles; Frankfurt/Main; New York; Oxford; Wien: Peter Lang Verlag. [= Sephardica 2], 2002

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