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Name: Nino  Amiridze (IPA: nino)
Institution: Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS
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State and/or Country: Austria   
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Discipline of Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Georgian
Georgian, Old
Language Family(ies): Kartvelian
Selected Publications: N. Amiridze. Reflexivization Strategies in Georgian. LOT Dissertation Series 127. Utrecht, Netherlands, 2006.

N. Amiridze. Filler Verbs in Modern Georgian. In: N. Amiridze, B. H. Davis and M. Maclagan, editors. Fillers, Pauses, and Placeholders. A thematic issue of the series Typological Studies in Language, John Benjamins. (Under consideration)

N. Amiridze and O. Gurevich. The sociolinguistics of borrowing: Georgian moxdoma and Russian proizojti 'happen'. In: R. Muhr, editor. Innovation and Continuity in Language and Communication of Different Language Cultures, 215–234. Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 2006.

N. Amiridze. Georgian Reflexives in Subject Function in Special Contexts. In: S. Müller, editor. The Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, 455-472, CSLI publications, 2005.

N. Amiridze. On the aspect of Reading of Georgian Anaphors in Subject Position. In: J.-Y. Kim, Y. A. Lander, and B. H. Partee, editors. Possessives and Beyond: Semantics and Syntax, University of Massachusetts Working Papers in Linguistics 29:427-439. GLSA Publications, Amherst, Massachusetts. 2004.

N. Amiridze. The Anaphor Agreement Effect and Georgian Anaphors. In: C. Beyssade, O. Bonami, P. Cabredo Hofherr, and F. Corblin, editors, Empirical Issues in Formal Syntax and Semantics, Volume 4:99-114, Paris, 2003. Presses de l'Universite de Paris-Sorbonne.

N. Amiridze, T. Leuschner. Body-Part Nouns as a Source of Reflexives: Towards a Grammaticalization Account of Georgian tav- 'Head'. Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung, Volume 55:259-276, 2002.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Reflexivization Strategies in Georgian
 Fillers, Pauses and Placeholders
 Borrowed Morphology

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