Miriam Shrager, Ph.D.
Office number: GA 4035
Office telephone: (812) 855-2347
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Degree: Ph.D., Indiana University, 2007.
Dissertation: "The Accentual System of Masculine Nouns in "Krivichi" Dialects."
Specialties/Research Interests: Russian Language and Linguistics, historical and comparative Slavic and general linguistics; Balto-Slavic accentology; Slavic dialectology, folklore.
Current Projects: "translation project"
"Common Slavic Deverbatives and their Origin", Studies in Accentology and Slavic Linguistics in Honor of Ronal Feldstein, ed. Miriam Shrager, Edna Andrews, George Fowler, and Steven Franks. Bloomington: Slavica, 2015.
“Neutralization of word-final voicing in Russian,” Journal of Slavic Linguistics (JSL), volume 20-1, Bloomington: Slavica, 2012.
“The Linguistics and Poetics of Russian Proverbs,” Исследования по славянским языкам 16-1, Seoul: Korean Association of Slavists, 2011.
“Accentuation of Masculine Monosyllabic Nouns of Susak Speakers in New Jersey,” Baltistica 2011, VII, 207-225, Vilnius: Vilnius University Press, 2011.
“Accentuation of Masculine Nouns in Northwest Russian Dialects,” Tones and Theories: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Balto-Slavic Accentology, Zagreb: Institut za hrvatski jezyk i jezykoslovlje, 2007.
“Accentuation of Northwest Russian Dialects,” Working Papers in Slavic Studies, vol. 3”, Columbus: Ohio State University, 2004.
“Field Work in Northwest Russia,” REEIfication, [Russian and East European Institute Newsletter], Indiana University, Bloomington, 1999.
Courses I have taught:
- Intermediate and Avanced Russian Language
- Russian for Heritage Speakers
- Russian Folk Tales
- Readings in Russian Literature
- History or Russian Literary Language
- Introduction to Russian Culture
- Russian and Soviet Cinema