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|Name:||Daniel Collins (IPA: d—æ—n—j—ə—l kʰ—Ɔ—l—l—ɪ—n—z)|
|Institution:||Ohio State University|
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|Specialty:||Historical Slavic Linguistics; Historical Pragmatics, Syntax, and Discourse Analysis|
Reanimated Voices: Speech Reporting in a Historical-Pragmatic Perspective. Pragmatics and Beyond New Series, vol. 85. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2001.
Balkan and Slavic Linguistics: In Honor of the 40th Anniversary of the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures (with Andrea Sims). Ohio State Working Papers in Slavic Studies, vol. 2. Columbus, 2003.
Front rounded vowels and the phoneme /j/ in Proto-Church Slavonic. Die Welt der
Slaven 37 (1992): 1–32.
On diglossia and the linguistic norms of medieval Russian writing. Studies in Slavic and
General Linguistics 17 (1992): 79–94.
The early Russian topoi of deathbed and testament. Medieval Russian culture II, edited by
Michael S. Flier and Daniel Rowland, 134–59. California Slavic Studies, vol. 19.
Berkeley-Los Angeles, 1994.
The pragmatics of indirect speech in Old Church Slavonic and other early Slavic writings.
Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 23 (1996): 21–86.
The function and social context of gramoty (Toward a thicker description of a
medieval Russian text kind). Zeitschrift für Slawistik 42 (1997): 192–231.
The Tower of Babel Undone in a Soviet Pentecost: A Linguistic Myth of the First Five-Year
Plan. The Slavic and East European Journal 42 (1998): 423–43.
Mixed Blessings: Blessings as Indirect Command Strategies in Medieval Russian. In A
Festschrift for Leon Twarog, ed. Irene Masing-Delic and Mateja Matejic, 101–17. Ohio
State Working Papers in Slavic Studies, vol. 1. Columbus, 2001.
Delocutivization: Delocutivity and Semantic Shifts. In Balkan and Slavic Linguistics: In Honor of the 40th Anniversary of the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures, ed. Daniel E. Collins and Andrea Sims, 23–29. Ohio State Working Papers in Slavic Studies, vol. 2. Columbus, 2003.
Mixed Blessings: From Benediction to Command in Slavia Orthodoxa. Forthcoming in International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics.
East Slavic Languages. Forthcoming in Encyclopedia of the Midwest.
Distance, Subjecthood and the Early Slavic Dative Absolute. Forthcoming in Scando-Slavica 50.
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|Courses Taught:||Linguistics 795T Discourse Analysis
Medieval and Renaissance Studies 213 Medieval Moscow
Polish 407 Second-Year Polish
Polish 409 Second-Year Polish
Russian 580.01 Reading Russian I
Russian 631 Introduction to Research in Russian Linguistics
Slavic 671 Polish for Reading Knowledge I
Slavic 672 Polish for Reading Knowledge II
Russian 720 History of the Russian Language
Russian 827 Topics in the History of Russian
Slavic 130 Introduction to Slavic Cultures
Slavic 245 Modern Czech Literature and Film
Slavic 810 Old Church Slavonic
Slavic 812 Church Slavonic Texts
Slavic 862 History of the West Slavic Languages
Slavic 864 Comparative Slavic Grammar
Slavic 870 History of Ukrainian and Belorussian
Slavic 871 The Linguistic Legacy of Roman Jakobson
|Dissertation Director * of:||Minding the Gaps: Inflectional defectiveness in a paradigmatic theory
(Andrea Sims, Author)
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