List of talks

Andrej A. Kibrik. Agreement in cognition, discourse, and syntax. Paper presented at the workshop “Agreement in Discourse”. University of Bamberg, Germany, February 2013. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Vzaimodejstvie verbal'nogo, prosodicheskogo i vizual'nogo kanalov v ponimanii rechi [Interaction of the verbal, prosodic, and visual channels in language understanding]. Paper presented at the conference “Ponimanie v kommunikacii”, Yaroslavl’, November 2012. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. The challenge of non-discreteness: Focal structure in language. Plenary talk presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. Stockholm University, 29 August - 1 September 2012. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Origins of the Russian referential system: Alternative scenarios. Paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. Stockholm University, 29 August - 1 September 2012. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Native Periphery of Russian America: Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskans. Paper presented at the Russian America conference. Mariehamn, Åland islands, August 2012. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Non-discrete effects in language, or the Critique of Pure Reason 2. Paper presented at the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Science, Immanuel Kant Federal University, Kaliningrad, June 2012. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Qualitative morphological complexity: The case of Athabaskan. Paper presented at the workshop “Growth and Decline of Morphological Complexity”. EVA MPG, Leipzig, April 27, 2012. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Space in Alaska: Cognitive variations on Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskan. Paper presented at the conference “Time and Space in St. Petersburg”. March 29, 2012. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. “Languages of the World” (Jazyki mira): A longitudinal project. Paper presented at the international colloquium “Dialectes décisifs, langues prototypiques”. Paris, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, February 29, 2012. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Russian multimodal corpora. Paper presented at the CLARIN workshop. Helsinki, Finland, December 2011. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Mul’timodal’naja lingvistika [Multimodal linguistics]. Paper presented at the conference “Dul’zonovskie chtenija”. Tomsk, Russia, June 2011. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Referential systems of Slavic, Germanic, and Romance. Paper presented at the conference “Discourse Representation, Comprehension and Production in a Cross-linguistic Perspective”. Oslo, Norway, June 2011. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Social'nye, oni zhe kognitivnye, istoki jazyka (variacii na temu M. Tomasello) [Social, alias cognitive, origins of language: Variations on M. Tomasello’s theme]. Paper presented at the RSUH colloquium on language evolution. RSUH, Moscow, April 2011. [ppt]

Mira B. Bergelson, Andrej A. Kibrik. The story of the Ninilchik community: Interaction between Russians and native Alaskans. Paper presented at the Russian America conference. Sitka, Alaska, August 2010. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Russian influence upon the culture of an interior Alaskan community. Paper presented at the Russian America conference. Sitka, Alaska, August 2010. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik, Grigorij B. Dobrov, Natalia V. Loukachevitch, Dmitrij A. Zalmanov. Referential choice as a probabilistic multi-factorial process. Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Tomsk, June 2010. [ppt]

Aleksey Zverev, Andrej A. Kibrik. Dimensional directionals in Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskan: Orientation in physical and cognitive space. Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Tomsk, June 2010. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik, Grigorij B. Dobrov, Dmitrij A. Zalmanov, Anastasia S. Linnik, Natalia V. Loukachevitch. Referencial’nyj vybor kak mnogofaktornyj verojatnostnyj process [Referential choice as a multi-factor probabilistic process]. Paper presented at the conference Dialog’2010. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Lingvistika i kognitivnye issledovanija [Linguistics and cognitive studies]. Paper presented at the RSUH colloquium on cognitive studies, May 2010. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Basics of referential systems: Sorting things out. Paper presented at DAARC2009, Goa, India, November 2009. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Encoding directions in Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskan: A case study in field ethnolinguistics. Paper presented at the Field Linguistics Conference. Moscow, October 2009. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. A typology of pronouns: The parameters of boundness and tenacity. Paper presented at the ALT Conference, UC Berkeley, July 2009. [pdf]

Andrej A. Kibrik, Olga B. Markus. Local discourse structure in Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskan. Paper presented at the SSILA Conference, UC Berkeley, July 2009. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik, Olga B. Markus. Dependent clauses in Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskan. Paper presented at the Athabaskan Languages Conference, UC Berkeley, July 2009. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Upper Kuskokwim Athabaskans: Personal, ethnic, and national history. Paper presented at ICASS, Nuuk, Greenland, August 2008. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. Slova Zagoskina v centre Aljaski [Zagoskin’s words in the center of Alaska]. Paper presented at the Lavrenty Zagoskin conference, Rjazan’, Russia, May 2008. [ppt]

Andrej A. Kibrik. “Languages of the world”: ongoing projects. Paper presented at the 10th International Conference “Cognitive modeling in Linguistics”. Montenegro, September 2008 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Multimodal linguistics: Directions of research. Invited talk presented at the 10th International Conference “Cognitive modeling in Linguistics”. Montenegro, September 2008 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik, Vera I. Podlesskaya. Is sentence viable? Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Cognitive Science. Moscow, June 2008 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik, Ekaterina M. El’bert. Understanding spoken discourse: The contribution of three information channels Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Cognitive Science. Moscow, June 2008 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Struktura diskursa i ee kognitivnye osnovanija [Discourse structure and its cognitive underpinnings]. Paper presented at the conference “Problems of computational applied linguistics”, Odessa, April 2008 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik, Ekaterina M. El’bert. Ponimanie ustnogo diskursa: vklad trex informacionnyx kanalov [Understanding spoken discourse: The contribution of three information channels]. Paper presented at the International conference “Megaling-2007″. Partenit, Crimea, September 2007 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Referencial’nyj vybor: lingvisticheskie, psihologicheskie i vychislitel’nye aspekty [Referential choice: linguistic, psychological, and computational aspects]. Invited talk presented at the seminar at the Research Computational Center, Moscow State University, June 2007 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Spoken discourse and natural grammar. Paper presented at the linguistics seminar at Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, December 2006 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Multi-factorial choices in speaking. 2nd International Conference on Cognitive Science, St Petersburg, June 10, 2006 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Lingvistika i kognitivnaja nauka: nuzhny li oni drug drugu? [Linguistics and Cognitive Science: Do they need each other?] Paper presented at the anniversary of the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, MGU, October 29, 2005 [ppt].

Antonina I. Koval, Andrej A. Kibrik. Diskurs griota [A griot's discourse]. Typological School IV, Caxkadzor, September 25, 2005 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Opyt sociolingvisticheskogo obsledovanija malogo jazykovogo soobshchestva. [An essay of a sociolinguistic survey of a little linguistic community]. Invited talk at the Institute of sociology RAN, January 20, 2005 [pdf].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Is there case in head-marking languages? LENCA-2, Kazan, May 2004 [pdf].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Lexical semantics as a key to typological peculiarities. ALT-5, Cagliari, September 15, 2003 [pdf].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Discourse types, genre schemata, and rhetorical structure. In: 6th conference on conceptual structure, discourse, and language. October 11-14, 2002. Houston, Texas: Rice University, 2002 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik. A typologically oriented portrait of the Athabaskan language family. ALT-4, Santa Barbara, July 19, 2001 [pdf].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Navajo dative: Two bi- or not two bi-? SSILA meeting, Santa Barbara, July 2001 [pdf].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Reference and working memory. What discourse can tell us about cognition. Invited talk at Dresden Technical University. April 2001 [ppt].

Andrej A. Kibrik. Speaking and writing Navajo. Conference on American Indian languages. San Francisco, November 21, 1996 [pdf].

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