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|Institution:||University of Sheffield|
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|State and/or Country:||United Kingdom|
|Selected Publications:||Selected recent articles and chapters:
(With L. Knittl.) ''Corpus frequency and acceptability judgements: A study of morphosyntactic variants in Czech.'' Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 8 (2012): 241-275.
(With L. Knittl.) ''Morphosyntactic variation and syntactic constructions in Czech nominal declension: corpus frequency and native-speaker judgements.'' Russian Linguistics, 36 (2012): 91-119.
(With M. Hebal-Jezierska.) ''Frequency and oppositions in corpus-based research into morphological variation.'' In Konopka, Marek et al., eds. Grammatik und Korpora 2009 / Grammar and Corpora 2009. Tübingen: Narr Verlag, 2011: 373-388.
''O takzvané české diglosii v moderním světě [On so-called Czech diglossia in the modern world]''. Slovo a slovesnost 71 (2010), no. 1: 5-30.
''Czech diglossia: dismantling or dissolution?'' In Árokay, Judit, Jadranka Gvozdanović and Darja Miyajima, eds. Divided Languages? Diglossia, Translation and the Rise of Modernity in Japan, China and the Slavic World. Dordrecht: Springer, 2014: 21–37.
Linguistic Authority, Language Ideology, and Metaphor: The Czech Spelling Wars. Language Power and Social Process 17. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 2007. 369 pp.
Register Variation and Language Standards in Czech. Lincom Europa, 2000.
Context and the Lexicon in the Development of Russian Aspect. University of California Publications in Linguistics, 1997.
|Announced on LINGUIST :||
Register Variation and Language Standards in Czech
Linguistic Authority, Language Ideology, and Metaphor
Attitudes towards English in Europe
|Courses Taught:||Czech (beginners, intermediate, advanced)
Russian (various), Slavonic Linguistics
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