Junior Researcher, Department of Ural-Altaic Languages
Employed at the Institute of Linguistics since 2015.
- System for automated morphological and syntactical analysis of text corpora of minority Turkic languages in Russia. RFH grant, project participant. 2015–2016.
- Informational system for describing minority languages of the world. Describing endangered Altaic and Uralic languages of Russia. RSF grant, project participant. 2015–2017.
- Linguistic, ethnic, and cultural diversities of the South Siberia from synchronic and diachronic perspectives: interactions between languages and cultures. Russian government grant, project participant. 2017–2022.
- Development of a digital dialectological index of dialects of the Turkic languages in Russia. RCF grant, project participant. 2018–2020.
- Participated in fieldwork organized by RSUH, among which were field studies in the Republic of Khakassia (2001, 2002, 2007), the Republic of Adygea (2004, 2005, 2007).
- Engaged in linguistic fieldwork conducted by the Institute of Linguistics RAS in the Republic of Khakassia (2015-2019).
- Maltseva, V. & Kandybowicz, J. The grammar of repetition: Nupe grammar at the syntax-phonology interface. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2008. xiii + 168 p. // Вопросы языкознания. 2010, № 3. P. 139–140.
- Anna Dybo, A., Maltseva, V., Sheymovitch, A. & Sultrekova, E. The use of personal markers in the Beltyr dialect of the Khakas language from a comparative perspective // Turkic Languages. 2019, 23. P. 31–48.
- Maisak, T. & Maltseva, V. [Review of:] Sarvasy, H., Forker, D. (Eds.). Word Hunters: Field linguists on fieldwork. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2018. (Studies in Language Companion Series, 194.) vi + 177 p. // Voprosy jazykoznanija. 2019, № 3. P. 153–160.
- Dybo, A., Maltseva, V. Representation of dialect texts in the Oral corpus of the Khakas dialects // VII International Conference on the computer processing of the Turkic languages "TurkLang 2019".