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History of Linguistics
|Selected Publications:|| PUBLICATIONS (selection)
“Laments in the Baltics: Ingrian traditions” (Forthcoming) – RI College P: Providence. FUSAC
Conference XVII May 19-31, 2010. Concordia University – Montreal, Canada.
“Blue as Semiotic in Finnish Cultural Identity” Rhode Island College P: Providence, RI (2011)
FUSAC Conference XVI Jun 7-8, 2008 University of British Columbia - Vancouver, Canada
“The power of Russian loanwords as internationalisms” (Forthcoming – Oxford UP) from: Finno-
Ugric Studies Assn of Canada. York U. May25-26, 2006.
“Rev. of A.G. Novozshilov’s Ethnography and Archeology: The ethnic situation of the northwestern
Novogorod region in the 15-16C. Eurasian Studies Yearbook. Ed. Gyula Decsy. Eurolingua: Bloomington, Indiana 2005.
Transl . of “Lytkin’s Years of Terror”. Eurasian Studies Yearbook. Vol. 76, 2004. Ed. Gyula Decsy.
Eurolingua: Bloomington, Indiana.
Rev. of Teaching Adult Second Language Learners by Heather McKay and Abigail Tom. TESOL
Quarterly. Vol 35, No 2. Summer 2001: 135-37.
“Negation and phi-features in Finnish” University of Georgia Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol 1.
Eds. L. Antieau and M.Baptista. June 2001: 346-47.
Rev. of Wortfamilienwörterbuch der deutschen Gegenwartssprache by Gerhard Augst.
International J of Lexicography. Vol. 14, Issue 2 2001: 135-37.
“Interactive grammar exercises: Old traditions revisited via CALL (Computer-aided Language
Learning)” GTESOL, May 2000. Atlanta, Georgia.
M.A. Thesis. U of Georgia, 1997. Modal particle identification and German language instruction.
|Courses Taught:||General Linguistics
German Phonetics and Diction
German Oral Communication
1st/2nd year college German
1st/2nd/3rd year college Finnish
Modern Finnish Literature
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