Russian linguistics LM (2020/2021)

Course code
Daniele Artoni
Teaching is organised as follows:
Unit Credits Academic sector Period Academic staff
часть II (PARTE II) 3 L-LIN/21-SLAVIC STUDIES CuCi IIA Daniele Artoni
часть I (PARTE I) 6 L-LIN/21-SLAVIC STUDIES CuCi IIB Jelena Zivojinovic

Learning outcomes

The course aims at providing in-depth knowledge on issues related to theoretical and applied linguistics, with a peculiar focus on the Russian language.
By the end of the course, students will:
1. know the salient aspects of Russian linguistics and the main theoretical frameworks used to analyse them;
2. know how to apply specific knowledge in the fields of theoretical linguistics, second language acquisition and language teaching;
3. develop independent judgments on the main topics of the course and express them in a coherent and correct way.

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Pavlenko, A. Multilingualism in Post-Soviet Countries Multilingual Matters 2008
Cubberley, P. Russian: A linguistic introduction Cambridge University Press 2002
/ Additional articles indicated by the lecturer  
Janda, Laura Aspectual pairs in the Russian national corpus (Edizione 57) Scando-Slavica 2011
Dahl, Eystein Time, tense and aspect in Early Vedic grammar Brill 2010 CH. 1