Marc L. Greenberg

School of Languages, Literatures & Cultures
University of Kansas

(785) 864-4803 (main office)

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Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7594, USA http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8419-8779

Web page: https://sllc.ku.edu/marc-l-greenberg

Blog: http://slavist-semistrunnik.blogspot.com/

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=m6EZq4IAAAAJ

KUScholarWorks archive: https://goo.gl/Q88a9L

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marclgreenberg

Twitter: https://twitter.com/marek4

Wikipedia: https://sl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_L._Greenberg (in Slovene, Russian)

Present position (University of Kansas):

Director, School of Languages, Literatures & Cultures; Professor of Slavic Languages & Literatures; Professor of Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies; Courtesy Professor of Linguistics; European Studies Program (Core Faculty Member)

Honorary

Corresponding Member, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SAZU), Ljubljana

Education

PhD: Slavic Languages and Literatures, 1990, UCLA. Thesis: A Historical Analysis of the Phonology and Accentuation of the Prekmurje Dialect of Slovene; Co-Chairs: Henrik Birnbaum, Alan Timberlake.

MA: Slavic Languages and Literatures, 1984, University of Chicago

BA: Slavic Languages and Literatures, 1983, UCLA; Magna cum Laude

(For details of study abroad in former USSR, former Yugoslavia, Hungary and former Czechoslovakia, see below under International experience.)

 

 

Employment, positions, rank

2014– Director, School of Languages, Literatures & Cultures, KU
2012–14 Chair, Department of Germanic Languages & Literatures, KU
2012 Acting Associate Dean, Humanities, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, (6-mo. appt.)
2001– Full Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures; Russian and East European Studies, KU
2000–11 Department Chair, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
1995–2001 Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures; Russian and East European Studies, KU
1990–95 Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures; Russian and East European Studies, KU
1990 Slovene language instructor, intensive 1st year course, Summer Workshop in East European Languages, Indiana U., Bloomington
1986–87 Russian language graduate teaching assistant, 2nd year Russian, UCLA; 1st and 2nd year Russian, Self‑paced (individualized) program, UCLA

 

 

Non-KU leadership and service offices

2017– National Advisory Board, Center for Urban Language Training (CULTR), Georgia State University, Atlanta
2014–2017 Executive Committee, Association of Departments of Foreign Languages, New York, NY
2014– Board of Directors, Gabriel Al-Salem Foundation, Foster City, CA and Almaty, Kazakhstan
2013–14 Chair, Executive Committee, Slavic Linguistics Society
2011–14 Executive committee, Slavic Linguistics Society
 

Honors/Awards

2014 Outstanding Honors Seminar, University of Kansas Honors Program, November 2014.
2014 Shulenburger Award for Innovation & Advocacy in Open Access, University of Kansas, October 2014.
2004 Award for Outstanding Achievement in the field of Slovene Studies, Slavic Studies Society of Slovenia, Novo mesto, Slovenia, October 2004.
2003 Graduate and Professional Association: Honorable Mention Award for the GPA Outstanding Mentor Program.
2002 American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages Book Prize for “Best Book in Slavic Linguistics” for A Historical Phonology of the Slovene Language, 2000.
2000 Excellence in Teaching Award, Center for Teaching Excellence, KU
1992 Zahvala [Certificate of Gratitude] from the government of the Republic of Slovenia for efforts aiding Slovenia in gaining international recognition from Milan Kučan (President), France Bučar (Prime Minister), Lojze Peterle (Prime Minister), and Dmitrij Rupel (Foreign Minister).

Publications

 

 

Publications: Books

B4 2008

A Short Reference Grammar of Slovene (= LINCOM Studies in Slavic Linguistics 30). Munich: Lincom. ISBN 978-3-89586-965-5 [revised version of B3]

Reviews: Tijmen Pronk, eLanguage. Digital Publishing in Linguistics (Linguistic Society of America), 26 March 2012; Kozma Ahačič: Marc Leland Greenberg. A Short Reference Grammar of Slovene. Slovenske slovnice in pravopisi: spletišče slovenskih slovnic in pravopisov od 1584 do danes. Različica 1.0.. 2015.

B3 2006

Short Slovene Reference Grammar. Reference Grammar Network. Duke University / University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: SEELRC.

http://slaviccenters.duke.edu/projects/grammars

B2 2002

Zgodovinsko glasoslovje slovenskega jezika [trans. of A Historical Phonology of the Slovene Language] Maribor: Založba Aristej. ISBN 961-220-036-X [Subvention for translation granted by Ministry of Culture, Republic of Slovenia]

Reviews: Josip Lisac, Kaj 1–2: 159–161. Zagreb, 2003; Marko Jesenšek, Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies 4: 65–69. Ljubljana/Lawrence, 2003.

B1 2000

A Historical Phonology of the Slovene Language (= Historical Phonology of the Slavic Languages, 13). Heidelberg: C. Winter Universitätsverlag. ISBN 3-8253-1097-3

Award: Best book in Slavic Linguistics, American Association of Teachers of Slavic & East European Languages, 2002.

Reviews: Z. Babik, “Na marginesie najnowszej fonologii historycznej języka słoweńskiego.” Rocznik Slawistyczny, LV: 93–136. Warsaw, 2005; Frederik Kortlandt, “Early Dialectal Diversity in South Slavic II.” Dutch Contributions to the Thirtheenth International Congress of Slavists: Linguistics (Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 30): 215–235. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2003; Josip Lisac, Filologija, 41: 189–191. Zagreb, 2003; Josip Lisac, Kaj 36/1–2: 159–161. Zagreb, 2003; L. V. Kurkina, Voprosy jazykoznanija, 3: 143–149. Moscow, 2003; Mark J. Elson, Language, vol. 78/4: 796–797. Baltimore, MD, 2002; Tom Priestly, Diachronica XVIII/2: 366–370. Amsterdam, 2002; Joseph Vene. Germanic Notes and Reviews, vol. 33, no. 1: 54–55. Bemidji, MN, 2002; Nikolai Mikhailov, Slavica Tergestina 9, Studia Slavica II: 321–325. Trieste, 2001; Simona Klemenčič, “Američan o zgodovinski fonologiji slovenskega jezika” [An American writes about the historical phonology of Slovene], Delo – Književni listi (January 24, 2001), Ljubljana: 29.

   

Publications: Articles and Book Chapters (* = refereed; I = invited)

A 37 Forthc.* Marc L. Greenberg, Borowski, Krzysztof, Joseph Schallert, and Curt Woolhiser. “Slavic Dialectology: A Survey of Research since 1989.” Journal of Slavic Linguistics.
A 36 2017I Greenberg, Marc L. “Slavic.” Kapović, Mate (ed.) 2017, The Indo-European Languages: 517–549. London: Routledge.
A 35 2015 I

Greenberg, Marc L. “Introduction.” Sijmen Tol and of René Genis (eds.), Bibliography of Slavic Linguistics, 3 vols.: xxv–xxxviii. Leiden: Brill.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/19760

A 34 2015 I Greenberg, Marc L. “12: The Slavic Area: Trajectories, Borders, Centres, and Peripheries in the Second World.” Dick Smakman and Patrick Heinrich, eds. Globalising Sociolinguistics: Challenging and Expanding Theory, 164–177. London: Taylor & Francis.
A 33 2014 I

Greenberg, Marc L. 2014. “George L. Trager’s Field Notes on the Prekmurje Dialect Spoken in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA.” Leben, Andreas, Martina Orožen, and Erich Prunč, eds. Beiträge zur interdisziplinären Slowenistik. Prispevki ki meddisciplinarni slovenistiki. Festschrift für Ludwig Karničar zum 65. Geburtstag: 119–125. Graz: Leykam.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/15269

A 32c 2014

Greenberg, M. L., Emmett, A., Peterson, A. T., Bonaccorso, E., Bozhankova, R., Cadena, C. D., Čapská, V., Czerniewicz, L., Oludayo, F. F., Glukhova, N., Hladnik, M., Grillet, M. E., Indrawan, M., Kapović, M., Kleiner, Y., Łaziński, M., Loyola, R. D., Menon, S., Morales, L. G., Ocampo, C., Pérez-Emán, J., Poposki, D., Rasheed, A. A., Rodríguez-Clark, K. M., Rodríguez, J. P., Rosenblum, B., Sánchez-Cordero, V., Smolík, F., Snoj, M., Szilágyi, I., Torres, O., & Tykarski, P. “Ozka grla sistema odprtega dostopa: glasovi iz sveta.” Knjižnica, 58: 77—92.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/16080 [Slovene translation of A 33a]

A 32b 2014

Гринберг, Марк Л. (Контактный автор/Corresponding author), Элиза Бонаккорсо, Ренета Божанкова, Карлос Даниэль Кадена, Вероника Чапска, Лаура Черневиц, Ада Эмметт, Фолорунсо Фасина Олудай, Наталья Глухова, Миран Хладник, Мария Евгения Гриллет, Мохаммед Индраван, Мате Капович, Юрий Клейнер, Марек Лазински, Рафаэль Д. Лойола, Шейли Менон, Луис Гонсало Моралес, Клара Окампо, Хорхе Перес-Эман, А. Таунсенд Питерсон, Димитар Попоски, Ажади Адетола Рашид, Катрин Родригез-Кларк, Джон Пол Родригез, Брайан Розенблюм, Виктор Санчес-Кордеро, Филип Смолик, Марко Сной, Имре Силади, Орландо Торрес, Петр Тыкарский. “Подводные камни системы публикаций открытого доступа: мнения в разных странах мира.” Научная периодика: проблемы и решения № 2: 9–20.

http://nppir.ru/article/9218/

KUSW: http://hdl.handle.net/1808/13709 [Russian translation of A 33a]

A 32a 2014

Greenberg, M. L., Emmett, A., Peterson, A. T., Bonaccorso, E., Bozhankova, R., Cadena, C. D., Čapská, V., Czerniewicz, L., Oludayo, F. F., Glukhova, N., Hladnik, M., Grillet, M. E., Indrawan, M., Kapović, M., Kleiner, Y., Łaziński, M., Loyola, R. D., Menon, S., Morales, L. G., Ocampo, C., Pérez-Emán, J., Poposki, D., Rasheed, A. A., Rodríguez-Clark, K. M., Rodríguez, J. P., Rosenblum, B., Sánchez-Cordero, V., Smolík, F., Snoj, M., Szilágyi, I., Torres, O., & Tykarski, P. “Bottlenecks in the Open-Access System: Voices from Around the Globe.” Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 2(2), 11–10.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/13407

A 31 2013

Holub, Zbyněk and Marc L. Greenberg. 2013. “A Circum-Pannonian Word-Prosodic Parallel: Paroxytonic Accent in the South-West Bohemian Dialect.” Jezikoslovni zapiski 19/2: 11–26.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/13078

A 30 2013

Greenberg, Marc L. “Prekmurščina med slovanskimi jeziki.” Avgust Pavel. Prekmurska slovenska slovnica. Vend nyelvtan. Trans. Marija Bajzek Lukač, ed. Marko Jesenšek. (= Zbirka Zora 100): 401–412. Bielsko-Biała, Budapest, Kansas, Maribor, Prague: Zora.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/12499

A 29b 2013

Петерсон, Э., А. Эмметт, Марк Л. Гринберг. “Проблема модели open access и платы авторов за публикацию: обеспечение доступа читателей и авторов в рамках мирового научного сообщества.” Научная периодика: проблемы и решения 5/17: 8–18.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/12456

A 29a 2013*

Peterson, A. Townsend, Ada Emmett, and Marc L. Greenberg. “Open Access and the Author-Pays Problem: Assuring Access for Readers and Authors in a Global Community of Scholars.” Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 1/3: 1–8.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/10882

A 28 2012*

Snoj, Marko and Marc L. Greenberg. “O jeziku slovanskih prebivalcev med Donavo in Jadranom v srednjem veku (pogled jezikoslovcev) / On the Language of the Medieval Slavic Population in the Area between the Danube and the Adriatic (from a Linguistic Perspective).” Zgodovinski časopis / Historical Review 66/3–4 (146): 276–305.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/10467

A 27b 2011I

Greenberg, Marc L. “A Balkanism in Central Europe? Realis vs. Irrealis in Subordinate Clauses in Prekmurje Slovene.” Dialektologie a geolingvistika v současné střední Evropě, ed. by Zbyněk Holub and Roman Sukač: 8–18. Opava: Slezská univerzita v Opavě.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/10759

A27a 2011I

Greenberg, Marc L. “Balkanizem v srednji Evropi? Realni in nerealni naklon v odvisnikih v prekmurščini.” Az igaz tanár üzenete: Sporočilo iskrenega učiteljaPável Ágoston születésének 125. évfordulója tiszteletére: s spoštovanjem ob 125. obletnici rojstva Avgusta Pavla (= Bibliotheca Slavica Savariensis, Tomus XII), edited by Karel Gadányi, Marko Jesenšek): 47–56. Szombathely. 

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/8615

A26 2011*, I

Greenberg, Marc L. “The Illyrian Movement: A Croatian Vision of South Slavic Unity.” Handbook of Language and Ethnic Identity: The Success-Failure Continuum in Language Identity Efforts, vol. 2, ed. by Joshua A. Fishman and Ofelia García: 364–380. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/10248

A25 2010*, I

Greenberg, Marc L. “PIE inheritance and word-formational innovation in Slavic motion verbs in ‑i‑” New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion, ed. by Viktoria Driagina-Hasko and Renee Perelmutter: 111−121. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/10879

A24 2009*

Greenberg, Marc L. “Prekmurje Grammar as a Source of Slavic Comparative Material.” Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies 7: 29–44.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5268

A23 2007*

Schallert, Joseph and Marc L. Greenberg. “The Prehistory and Areal Distribution of Slavic *gъlčěti ‘Speak’.” Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies 6: 9–76.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/4398

A22 2007*, I

Greenberg, Marc L. “Phonetic Evidence for the Development of the ‘Acute’ Tone in Slavic.” Mate Kapović and Ranko Matasović, eds. Tones and Theories: Proceedings from the International Workshop on Balto-Slavic Accentuation: 95–108. Zagreb.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/1103

A21b 2006 I

Greenberg, Marc L. “The Slovene Sound System Through Time.” Slovensko jezikoslovje danes / Slovenian Linguistics Today. Posebna številka Slavistične revije 54: 535–543.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5613

A21a 2006 I

Greenberg, Marc L. “Glasovna podoba slovenskega jezika skozi čas.” Slovensko jezikoslovje danes / Slovenian Linguistics Today. Posebna številka Slavistične revije 54: 167–175.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5614

A20 2006 I

Marc L. Greenberg and Stephen M. Dickey. “Slavic *jazditi ‘to ride’ and its Implications for the Development the Category of (In)determinacy.” Marko Jesenšek and Zinka Zorko, eds., Jezikovna predanost. Akademiku prof. dr. Jožetu Toporišiču ob 80-letnici (= Zbirka Zora 44): 153–158. Maribor: Slavistično drustvo/Ljubljana: SAZU.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/1104

A19 2005I

Greenberg, Marc L. “Dialect Variation along the Mura.” Croatica et Slavica Iadertina 1: 107–124. Zadar.

http://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak&id_clanak_jezik=26312

A18 2003 I

Greenberg, Marc L. “On the Possible Uralic Source for the Slavic Gen. Sg. ā-Stem Desinence in Slavic.” Актуальные проблемы финно-угорской филологии. Материалы международной научной конференции, посвященной 70-летию профессора И. С. Галкина: 44–50. Yoshkar-Ola: Marii State University.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/760

A17 2003*, I

Greenberg, Marc L. “Word Prosody in Slovene from a Typological Perspective.” Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung 56/3. Focus on: Slovenian from a typological perspective. On the occasion of the International Congress of Slavicists in Ljubljana, 15–21 August 2003, ed. by Janez Orešnik & Donald F. Reindl: 234–251. Berlin: Akademie Verlag.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5245

A16 2002–03*,I

Greenberg, Marc L. “Common Slavic: Progress or Crisis in its Reconstruction? Notes on Recent Archaeological Challenges to Historical Linguistics.” International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics 44–45: 197–209. [Appeared in 2006]

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5616

A15 2001*

Greenberg, Marc L. “Is Slavic četa an Indo-European Archaism?” International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics 43: 35–39. [Appeared in 2003.]

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5615

A14 2001*

Гринберг, Марк Л. (= Marc L. Greenberg). “’Расцвет и падениелениции взрывных в словенском языке.” [The Rise and Fall of Lenition in Slovene]. Вопросы языкознания. 31–42. Moscow.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5607

A13 1999 I

Greenberg, Marc L. “Sound Repetition and Metaphorical Structure in the Igor’ Tale.” In the Realm of Slavic Philology: To Honor the Teaching and Scholarship of Dean S. Worth From His UCLA Students (John Dingley and Leon Ferder, eds.). Bloomington, IN: Slavica: 137–144.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/7047

A12 1999*

Greenberg, Marc L. “Slovarček središkega govora na osnovi zapisov Karla Ozvalda” [A glossary of the Središče dialect on the basis of Karol Ozvald’s notes.]. Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies 2: 128–175.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/785

A11 1999*

Greenberg, Marc L. “Multiple Causation in the Spread and Reversal of a Sound Change: Rhotacism in South Slavic.” Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies (Ljubljana and Lawrence): 63–76.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/803

A10 1999 I Greenberg, Marc L. “Različni vzroki za širitev in povratni razvoj glasoslovne spremembe: rotacizem v južnoslovanskih jezikih” [Multiple causation in the spread and reversal of a sound change: rhotacism in South Slavic]. Logarjev zbornik: Referati s 1. mednarodnega dialektološkega simpozija v Mariboru (Mednarodni dialektološki simpozij 1, 1996): 40–49. Maribor: Slavistično društvo.
A9 1998 I Greenberg, Marc L. “Vatroslav Oblak and Early Innovations in the South Slavic Vocalic Systems.” Vatroslav Oblak. Mednarodni simpozij Obdobja, Ljubljana, 12. in 13. december 1996: 101–110. Ljubljana: Filozofska fakulteta.
A8 1996*, I Greenberg, Marc L. “The vowel system of the Središče dialect (Prlekija, Slovenia) based on the descriptions of Karel Ozvald.” Dutch Studies in South Slavic and General Linguistics, vol. 23 (= Studies in South Slavic and Balkan Linguistics), ed. by A. Barentsen, et al.: pp. 87–99. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
A7 1995*

Greenberg, Marc L. “Archaisms and Innovations in the Dialect of Središče (Southeastern Prlekija, Slovenia).” Proceedings of the 9th Biennial Conference on Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics, Literature and Folklore (= Indiana Slavic Studies 7): 91–102. [Dated 1994, appeared in Dec. 1995.]

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5232

A6 1994*

Greenberg, Marc L. “Circumflex Advancement in Prekmurje and Beyond.” Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies 14/1: 69–91. [Dated 1992, appeared in May 1994.]

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5605

A5 1993*

Greenberg, Marc. L. “Glasoslovni opis treh prekmurskih govorov in komentar k zgodovinskemu glasoslovju in oblikoglasju prekmurskega narečja” [A Phonological Description of three Prekmurje Village Dialects and a Commentary to the Historical Phonology and Morphophonemics of the Prekmurje Dialect]. Slavistična revija. 41/4 (Ljubljana): 465–487.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/7784

A4 1989*, I

Greenberg, Marc L. “Ágost Pável’s Prekmurje Slovene Grammar.” Slavistična revija 37: 353–364.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/5617

A3 1989 Greenberg, Marc L. “Jer Vocalization in Slovene, Serbo-Croatian and Slovak.” Obdobje srednjega veka v slovenskem jeziku, književnosti in kulturi (= Znanstveni simpozij Obdobja 10): 215–228. Ljubljana: Filozofska fakulteta.
A2 1988*

Greenberg, Marc. “On the Vocalization of Jers in Slovak.” Die Welt der Slaven 33 (Munich): 43–62.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/12486

A1b 1992*, I Greenberg, Marc L. “The Prosodic Possibilities of Modern Standard Slovene and Slovene Dialects.” California Slavic Studies, vol 14: 287–309. Berkeley, Los Angeles: U. of California Press.
A1a 1987*

Greenberg, Marc L. “Prozodične možnosti v slovenskem knjižnem jeziku in slovenskih narečjih.” [Prosodic Possibilities in the Slovene Literary Language and the Slovene Dialects]. Slavistična revija (Ljubljana) 35: 171–186.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/12501

 

   

Publications: Encyclopedia articles

E5 2011 Greenberg, Marc L. “The Writing on the Wall:The Russian Orthographic Reform of 1917–1918.” Russia’s Great War and Revolution
http://russiasgreatwar.org/media/culture/orthography.shtml
E4 2006 Greenberg, Marc L. “Slovene.” Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd Edition [print and electronic editions], ed. by Keith Brown, vol. 11: 424–428. Oxford: Elsevier. [33 audio files].
E3 2004 Greenberg, Marc L. “Indo-European 5: Slavic.” Encyclopedia of Linguistics, 2 vols. (ed. Philipp Strazny): 521–524. New York: Fitzroy Dearborn.
E2 2004 Greenberg, Marc L. “Serbo-Croatian and South Slavic Languages.” Encyclopedia of Linguistics, 2 vols. (ed. Philipp Strazny): 956–958. New York: Fitzroy Dearborn.
E1 2001 Greenberg, Marc L. “Slovene.” Facts about the World’s Languages, ed. by Jane Garry and Carl Rubino: 668–671. New York and Dublin: H.W. Wilson.

 

   

Journal/Editorial work

J4 2016–2020 General Editor (with René Genis), Encyclopedia of Slavic Languages and Linguistics, Leiden: Brill Publishers.
J3 2008–2016

Slavia Centralis. Maribor, Lawrence, Prague, Budapest, Bielsko-Biała. [Co-founder and Linguistics Editor.]

http://slaviacentralis.uni-mb.si/

J2 1997–2011

Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies. Ljubljana–Lawrence: Slovene Academy of Arts and Sciences and Hall Center for the Humanities, KU. [Co-founder and co-editor, with Dr. Marko Snoj, Slovene Academy.]

http://sjsls.byu.edu/

Reviews: Simona Klemenčič, “Deset let revije Slovenski jezik – Slovene Linguistic Studies” [Ten Years of the Journal Slovenski jezik – Slovene Linguistic Studies], Delo (Ljubljana) 12 Sept. 2007; William Derbyshire, Balkanistica 13: 186–188. Oxford, MS: Univ. of Mississippi Press, 2000; Raymond M. Miller, Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies 18/2: 224–226, 1996/2000; Ilona Janyšková, Slavia. Časopis pro slovanskou filologii, 68/2: 383–384. Prague: Czech Academy of Sciences, 1999.

J1 1997

Marc L. Greenberg, ed. The Sociolinguistics of Slovene (= International Journal of the Sociology of Language 124). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [Guest-edited volume, wrote introduction, translated articles.] ISSN 0165-2516

Reviews: Drago Unuk, “Ena najprestižnejših sociolingvističnih revij na svetu v celoti posvečena Sloveniji” [One of the most prestigious sociolinguistic journals in the world devotes an issue entirely to Slovenia], Večer (December 18, 1997), Maribor: 18; Drago Unuk, “Predstavitev slovenske sociolingvistike v ZDA” [A presentation of Slovene sociolinguistics in the USA], Delo – Književni listi (January 15, 1998), Ljubljana: 13; Review: Majda Kaučič-Baša, Zbornik Slavističnega društva Slovenije. Slovensko jezikoslovje danes in jutri: 331–333. Celje: Zavod Republike Slovenije za šolstvo, 1999.

   

Publications: Review articles

R11 2010

Greenberg, Marc L. Nova opisna slovnica ziljščine [A new descriptive grammar of the Zilja dialect]. Slavistična revija 58/4: 489–494.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/6889

R10 2007

Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Francek Mukič. Porabsko knjižnoslovensko-madžarski slovar. Szombathely: Zveza Slovencev na Madžarskem, 2005: 4 pp. Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies.

http://journals.lib.washington.edu/index.php/ssj/article/view/14036/12041

R9 2006

Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Marko Jesenšek. The Slovene Language in the Alpine and Pannonian Language Area. Kraków: Universitas, 2005: 165–170. Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies.

http://journals.lib.washington.edu/index.php/ssj/article/view/13967/12006

R8 2005 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] О. В. Белова (отв. ред.). Свой или чужой? Евреи и славяне глазами друг друга. Сборник статей (= , Академическая серия, вып. 11). Москва: «Сефер»/Институт славяноведения РАН, 2003. Ab Imperio 3: 589–592.
R7 2004

Greenberg, Marc L. “Sifting the Evidence for the Reconstruction of Pannonian Slavic.” [Review of] Richards, Ronald O. The Pannonian Slavic Dialect of the Common Slavic Proto-Language: The View from Old Hungarian (= UCLA Indo-European Studies, vol. 2 [2003], ed. by Vyacheslav V. Ivanov and Brent Vine). Canadian Slavonic Papers 46/1–2: 213–220.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/11474

R6 2003

Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Joseph, Brian D. and Richard D. Janda, ed. (2003) The Handbook of Historical Linguistics, Blackwell Publishing, Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics. The Linguist List, June 13, 2003.

https://linguistlist.org/issues/14/14-2841.html

R5 1997 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Ludwig Karničar. Der Obir‑Dialekt in Kärnten, Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1990. International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics : 204–207.
R4 1992 Greenberg, Marc L. Enciklopedijsko o slovenskem jeziku [An Encyclopedic Treatment of Slovene]. Slavistična revija 40/4: 489–492. [Review of Jože Toporišič, Enciklopedija slovenskega jezika, Ljubljana: Cankarjeva založba, 1992.]
R3 1991

Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Terence R. Carlton. A Phonological History of the Slavic Languages, Columbus: Slavica, 1991. Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies 13/2: 223–229.

https://journals.lib.washington.edu/index.php/ssj/article/view/14309

R2 1990

Greenberg, Marc L. Albansko‑slovenski slovar in temelji albanske slovnice [An Albanian‑Slovene Dictionary and Fundamental Albanian Grammar]. Slavistična revija 38: 64–69. [Review essay of France Novšak, Albansko‑slovenski slovar s temelji albanske slovnice, Ljubljana: Društvo slovenskih književnih prevajalcev, 1988.]

http://www.dlib.si/details/URN:NBN:SI:DOC-MPSZJKVR

R1 1988 Greenberg, Marc L. Slovar beltinskega prekmurskega govora [A Dictionary of the Prekmurje Dialect of Beltinci]. Slavistična revija 36: 452–456. [Review essay of Franc Novak, Slovar beltinskega prekmurskega govora, Murska Sobota: Pomurska založba, 1985.]

 

   

Publications: Minor works (Essays, Addresses, brief reviews, working papers, book notices, obituaries, squibs)

M38 2017 Bolick, Josh, Ada Emmett, Marc L. Greenberg, Brian Rosenblum, Townsend A. Peterson. “How Open Access is Crucial to the Future of Science.” The Journal of Wildlife Management 81/3.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.21216
M37 2016 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] The Palgrave Handbook of Slavic Languages, Identities and Borders by Tomasz Kamusella, Motoki Nomachi, and Catherine Gibson. Slavic Review, 75/4: 998–999.
http://hdl.handle.net/1808/22297
M36 2016

A. Townsend Peterson, Ada Emmett, Josh Bolick, Marc Greenberg, Brian Rosenblum. “Subsidizing Truly Open Access,” Science (17 Jun 2016): Vol. 352, Issue 6292, pp. 1405. DOI: 10.1126/science.aag0946

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/20978

M34 2013

Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Stefan Michael Newerkla. Sprachkontakte deutsch – tschechisch – slowakisch. Wörterbuch der deutschen Lehnwörter im Tschechischen und Slowakischen: historische Entwicklung, Beleglage, bisherige und neue Deutungen. Zweite, durchgehend überarbeitete und aktualisierte Auflage (= Schriften über Sprachen und Texte 7). Frankfurt am Main et al.: Peter Lang, 2011. Slavia Centralis 13/1: 112–113. http://dx.doi.org/10.17161/SCN.1808.11333

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/11333

M33 2010–11

Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Marc Stegherr. Das Russinische. Kulturhistorische und soziolinguistische Aspekte (= Slavistische Beiträge, Bd 417). München: Verlag Otto Sagner, 2003. Philologia Fenno-Ugrica 16–17: 171–172.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/11334

M32 2011 Greenberg, Marc L. The Lute Intabulations of Giacomo Gorzanis. Lute Society of America Quarterly, XLVI/4 (Winter): 5.
M31 2011

Greenberg, Marc L. “The American Model”: English Only or Engagement with a Multi-Polar World? Uporabno jezikoslovje 9/10: 230–237.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/9651

M30 2011

Snoj, Marko and Marc L. Greenberg. Poslovilna beseda / Our Farewell. Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies 8: 3–4.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/7476

M29g 2011

Greenberg, Marc L. and Ada Emmett. Problema comunicării ştiinţifice: de ce este necesar accesul liber (Open Access)? O perspectivă transatlantică. Vatra. Serie nouă 478/1: 92–95.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/7467

M28f 2011

Greenberg, Marc L. and Ada Emmett. Akademski komunikacijski problem: nužnost slobodnog pristupa - transatlantska perspektiva (Croatian translation by Andrea Milat and Dr. Mate Kapović of The Scholarly Communication Problem: Why Open Access is Necessary). Slobodni filozofski, 13 Jan. 2011. [Full version of article with footnotes and hyperlinks.]

http://slobodnifilozofski.com/2011/01/marc-l-greenberg-i-ada-emmett-akademski.html

M28e 2011

Greenberg, Marc L. and Ada Emmett. The Scholarly Communication Problem: Why Open Access is Necessary. – A Transatlantic Perspective. Hall Center Communiqué, Spring 2011: 20–25.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/7048

M28d 2011

Grinberg, Mark L. and Ada Emet. Problemi i izazovi naučnoj komunikaciji trećeg milenijuma. Zašto nam je neophodan otvoreni pristup? (Serbian translation by Biljana Kosanović). Danas, 4 January 2011.

http://www.danas.rs/dodaci/com_medi/zasto_nam_je_neophodan_otvoreni_pristup.29.html?news_id=207027

M28c 2010

Грінберг, Марк Л. and Ада Емметт. Проблема наукової активності: чому відкритий досптуп є необхідним. Трансатлантичний погляд (Ukrainian translation by Svitlana Čukanova). Бібліотечний форум України 4 (30): 30–33.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/7379

M28b 2010

Марк Л. Гринберг and Ада Емет. Проблем научне комуникације: због чега је отворени приступ неопходан. Трансатлантска перспектива (Serbian trans. by Biljana Živanović). Панчевачко читалиште, год. IX, бр. 17 (November): 58–60.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/6898

Latin script version: http://www.citaliste.com/casopis/br17l/cip_mark_grinberg.html

M28a 2010

Greenberg, Marc L. and Ada Emmett. Problem znanstvenega komuniciranja. Zakaj potrebujemo Prosti dostop [The Problem of Scholarly Communication. Why we Need Open Access]. Delo / Sobotna priloga: 30–31. Saturday, 4 Sept. 2010.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/6646

M27 2010

Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Gvozdanović, Jadranka. Celtic and Slavic and the Great Migrations: Reconstructing Linguistic History. Empirie und Theorie der Sprachwissenschaft, vol. 1. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2009. The Russian Review 69/4: 708–709.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/10509

M26 2008 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Darius Staliūnas. Making Russians. Meaning and Practice of Russification in Lithuania and Belarus after 1863. (On the Boundary of Two Worlds. Identity, Freedom, and Moral Imagination in the Baltics 11). Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2007. Russian Review 67/2: 345–346.
M25 2007

Marko Snoj and Marc L. Greenberg. “Uredniška beseda / A Word from the Editors.” Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies 6: 3–7.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/1672

M24 2006 Greenberg, Marc L. Cover text for Marko Jesenšek and Zinka Zorko, eds., Jezikovna predanost. Akademiku prof. dr. Jožetu Toporišiču ob 80-letnici (= Zbirka Zora 44). Maribor: Slavistično drustvo/Ljubljana: SAZU.
M23 2005

Greenberg, Marc L. “Jezik, identiteta in miselne meje (Poučevanje o jeziku in »vzhodni Evropi« na ameriški univerzi)” [Language, identity and borders of the mind: Teaching about language and “Eastern Europe” at an American University]. Zbornik slavističnega društva Slovenije 16: Vloga meje (ed. Miran Hladnik): 13–20. Ljubljana: Slavistično društvo.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/742

M22 2004 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Josip Lisac. Hrvatska dijalektologija 1. Hrvatski dijalekti i govori štokavskog narječja i hrvatski govori torlačkog narječja. Zagreb: Golden marketing/Tehnička knjiga, 2003. Slavic and East European Journal 48/4: 709–711.
M21 2004 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Helmut Schaller, ed. Grundfragen eines Südosteuropasprachatlas. Geschichte. Problematik. Perspektive. Konzeption. Methode. Pilotprojekt. Studien zum Südosteuropasprachatlas, Band 1. ed. by Helmut Schaller and Andrej N. Sobolev. Marburg an der Lahn: Biblion Verlag, 2001; Dželal’ Jully, Andrej N. Sobolev. Albanskij toskskij govor sela Lešnja (kraina Skrapar). Sintaksis. Leksika. Ètnolingvistika. Teksty. Materialen zum Südosteuropasprachatlas, Band 2, ed. by Helmut Schaller and Andrej N. Sobolev. Marburg an der Lahn: Biblion Verlag, 2003; Dželal’ Jully (Xhelal Ylli), Andrej N. Sobolev. Albanskij gegskij govor sela Muxurr (kraina Dibyr). Sintaksis. Leksika. Ètnolingvistika. Teksty. Materialen zum Südosteuropasprachatlas, Band 3, ed. by Helmut Schaller and Andrej N. Sobolev. Munich: Biblion Verlag, 2003. Slavic and East European Journal 48/3: 533–535.
M20 2004 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Jos Schaeken, et al., eds. (2003) Dutch Contributions to the Thirteenth International Congress of Slavists: Linguistics (= Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 30). The Russian Review 63/4: 734–735.
M19 2004 Greenberg, Marc L. “Joseph L. Conrad.” Society for Slovene Studies Newsletter 55 (April): 5–6.
M18 2004 Greenberg, Marc L. “Obituary Joseph L. Conrad.” AATSEEL Newsletter 47/1: 18.
M17 2003 Greenberg, Marc L. “Less-Commonly Taught Languages at the University of Kansas.” The Counseling Connection (Missouri School Counselor Association). Jackson and Jefferson City, MO.
M16 2003

Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Andersen, Henning, ed. (2003) Language Contacts in Prehistory: Studies in Stratigraphy (Papers from the Workshop on Linguistic Stratigraphy and Prehistory at the Fifteenth International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Melbourne, 17 August 2001), John Benjamins Publishing Company, Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 239. The Linguist List, August 15, 2003.

https://linguistlist.org/issues/14/14-2178.html

M15 2003 Greenberg, Marc L. “Zgodovinsko glasoslovje” [Historical phonology]. Slovenski slavistični kongres (Zbornik Slavističnega društva Slovenije), 365–366. Bled: Slavistično društvo.
M14 2003

Greenberg, Marc L. “Henrik Birnbaum – Remembering a Great Teacher.” Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies 4: 80–82.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/815

M13 2001 Wayles Browne, Victor Friedman, Robert Greenberg, and Marc L. Greenberg. “Pavle Ivić: In Memoriam.” Južnoslovenski filolog LVI/1–2, 3–4. Posvećeno Pavlu Iviću. Belgrade: Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti i Institut za srpski jezik SANU, 2000: 51–62.
M12 2000 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Peter Houtzagers. The Kajkavian Dialect of Hidegség and Fertőhomok. Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi, 1999. Canadian Slavonic Studies / Revue canadienne des slavistes: 399–400.
M11 2000 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Michael G. Smith. Language and Power in the Creation of the USSR, 1917–1953. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1998. Language 76/3: 734–735.
M10 1998 Greenberg, Marc L. “Slovenistika in logistika” [Slovene studies and logistics]. Delo: Poštni predal 29, July 18, p. 26.
M9 1997*, I Greenberg, Marc L. “Introduction.” The Sociolinguistics of Slovene, ed. by Marc L. Greenberg (= International Journal of the Sociology of Language 124): pp. 1–4. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
M8 1997 Greenberg, Marc L. “Ugovori in pripombe: Od Indije do Walesa mimo Slovenije” [Responses and notes: From India to Wales, skipping Slovenia]. Delo: Književni listi, July 17, p. 12.
M7 1997

Snoj, Marko and Marc L. Greenberg. “Uvodna beseda / From the Editors.” Slovenski jezik–Slovene Linguistic Studies 1: 3–4.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/796

M6 1996

Greenberg, Marc L. [Working paper:] “The Role of Language in the Creation of Identity: Myths in Linguistics among the Peoples of the Former Yugoslavia.” Faculty International Studies Seminar, University of Kansas: “Reinvention of Tradition,” April 1996.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/969

M5 1994 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Holzer, Georg, ed. Croatica–Slavica–Indoeuropea: Wiener slavistisches Jahrbuch Ergänzungsband VIII, Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1990. Slavic and East European Journal 38/1: 202–203.
M4 1994 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Han Steenwijk. The Slovene Dialect of Resia. San Giorgio. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1992. Language 70/1: 217–218.
M3 1993 Greenberg, Marc L. [Review of] Ranko Bugarski and Celia Hawkesworth, eds. Language Planning in Yugoslavia, Columbus: Slavica, 1992. Slavic and East European Journal 37/4: 184–185. [Appeared in 1994.]
M2 1992 Greenberg, Marc L. “Nov pregled sosednjega hrvaškega narečja” [A New Survey of the Neighboring Croatian Dialect]. Slavistična revija 40: 117–119. [Review of Mijo Lončarić, Kaj jučer i danas. Ogledi o dijalektologiji i hrvatskoj kajkavštini. Čakovec: Zrinski, 1990.]
M1 1990 Greenberg, Marc L. “O razmerju med pisavo in izgovorjavo v Novakovem Slovarju stare knjižne prekmurščine” [On the Relationship between Pronunciation and Writing in Novak’s Dictionary of Old Literary Prekmurje Slovene]. Slavistična revija 38: 54–55. [Proceedings of roundtable discussion on the Dictionary of Old Literary Prekmurje Slovene project.]

 

   

Publications: Translations

T9 2007 Marko Snoj. “The Origin of the Surname Košak.Tabularia Hethaeorum. Hethitologische Beiträge Silvin Košak zum. 65. Geburtstag. Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie, Bd. 25, ed. by Johann Tischler. 643–652. Heidelberg: Otto Harrassowitz. [Slovene to English.]
T8 2004 Marko Snoj. “Etymology.” Encyclopedia of Linguistics, 2 vols. (ed. Philipp Strazny) New York: Fitzroy Dearborn. [Slovene to English.]
T7 2003

Dapit, Roberto, [Review of] Han Steenwijk, Ortografia resiana / Tö jošt rozajanskë pïsanjë, Padova, 1994 and Han Steenwijk, Grammatica pratica resiana. Il Sostantivo, Padova, 1999. Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies (Ljubljana and Lawrence): 70–76. [Italian to English.]

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/4397

T6 1997 Jože Toporišič. Slovene as the Language of an Independent State. The Sociolinguistics of Slovene (= International Journal of the Sociology of Language 124): 5–28. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [Slovene to English.]
T5 1997 Nećak-Lük, Albina. “Slovene Language Issues in the Slovene–Hungarian Borderland.” The Sociolinguistics of Slovene (= International Journal of the Sociology of Language 124): 99–128. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [Slovene to English.]
T4 1997 Excerpts of works by three Slovene writers in Joshua A. Fishman, In Praise of the Beloved Language: A Comparative View of Positive Ethnolinguistic Consciousness: 271–273. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1997. [Slovene to English. Also acted as consultant to JAF on this project for Slavic-related matters]
T3 1995 Hladnik, Miran. “The Study of Literature in its European and American Settings with Reference to Slovene Fiction.” Slovene Studies. Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies 1995/1–2: 139–154. [Slovene to English.]
T2 1992 Toporišič, Jože. “The Status of Slovene in Yugoslavia.” Language Planning in Yugoslavia (ed. by Ranko Bugarski and Celia Hawkesworth): 111–116. Columbus: Slavica. [Slovene to English.]
T1 1988 Derganc, Aleksandra. “On the History of the Dual in Slovene and Russian.” Wiener slawistischer Almanach 22: 237–247. [Slovene to English.]

 

   

Publications: Facetiæ

F3 2008

Greenberg, Marc L. “Zygotic episode,” top honors for coinage, Barbara Wallraff, “Word Fugitives,” Atlantic Monthly (March 2008): 124.

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2008/03/word-fugitives/306646/

F2 1988 Greenberg, Marc L. “Something New in Old Church Slavic: The San Diego Inscriptions.” Slava – Debatni list 1 (1988/89): 48–51. Ljubljana: Filozofska fakulteta.
F1 1988 Greenberg, Marc L. “On Mechanisms of Linguistic Change: A Study in Russian Historical Phonology” Slava – Debatni list 2 (1987/88): 228–230. Ljubljana: Filozofska fakulteta.

 

   

Consultant

C2 2001 Nada Šabec and David Limon, Across Cultures : Slovensko-Britansko-Amerisko Sporazumevanje = Slovene-British-American Intercultural Communication. Maribor: Obzorja.
C1 1988– Miran Hladnik and Touissant Hočevar, Slovene for Travellers/Slovenščina za popotnike. [Link to on-line edition: http://slovlit.ff.uni-lj.si/sft/ Print, on-line and CD-Rom editions.] Served as consultant for content, proofreader, and voice on recordings for first edition and several updates.

 

 

Miscellany

2009 Greenberg, Marc L., ed. Report of the KU CGIS Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Task Force. Lawrence: University of Kansas, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Center for Global and International Studies. 52 pp.
1990– SLAV 520: Russian Phonology, and Inflectional Morphology course book, 95 pp. Last updated spring 2009.
1990– SLAV 710: Introduction to Slavic Languages & Linguistics course book, 190 pp. Last updated fall 2012.

 

 

Published and recorded interviews, Encyclopedia entries, Appearance in literature

2013

Grah, Nuša. Intervjuji. Prekmurje sem doživel kot eksotično pokrajino. Pomurec.com 22 May 2013.

http://tinyurl.com/j42akfy

2012

TV magazine Dobra ura on the topic language [jezik] on RTV SLO 1 (Slovenia) with Dr. Marko Snoj, et al. [filmed 26 November 2012, aired 6 December 2012; in Slovene].

http://4d.rtvslo.si/arhiv/vecerni-gost/19721903

2012 Meredith, Dana. “Rock Chalk Russian Jayhawk.” 100 Years of the Russian Jayhawk. Presented by the University Daily Kansan, 27 February: 22.
2012

Novotný, Michal. “’Vaši studenti se neodváží přerušit výklad otázkou,’ říká slavista z University of Kansas prof. dr. Marc L. Greenberg [‘Your students are too shy to interrupt with a questions’ says Slavist Marc L. Greenberg of the University of Kansas] Noviny Sleszké university: 12. Opava, Czech Republic.

http://docplayer.cz/5089929-Zasedani-v-karvine-oslavu-vyroci-ukoncilo.html

2011

Meredith, Dana. “Carving Sees Change of Scenery. Russian prisoner’s Gift Moves from Archives to Wescoe Hall.” University Daily Kansan, 17 October: 1, 3.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/6896

2011 Meredith, Dana. “Carving Finds New Home in Wescoe Hall.University Daily Kansan (Online version), 13 October.
2010

Ludwig, Deborah. “Open Access at the University of Kansas Toward a Campus Initiative.College & Research Libraries News. On-line article published by Association of College & Research Libraries.

http://crln.acrl.org/content/71/7/360.full

2010

Smith, Rebecca. “KU ScholarWorks jumps to top 100 in worldwide ranking of institutional repositories in 2010.” University of Kansas press release.

https://lib.ku.edu/news/2010/scholarworks

2010 Novotný, Michal. “Dialektologická konference s odborníky z 11 zemí” [Dialectological conference with participants from 11 countries]. Noviny Sleszké university: 21. Opava, Czech Republic.
2009 Forstnerič Hajnšek, Melita. “Fluid: Marc L. Greenberg, doktor slovanskega jezikoslovja, Kansas, ZDA. Kako je dedek vznemiril Richarda Nixona,” Večer (31 Jan.): 30, Maribor.
2008

Television interview, Večerni gost [The Evening Guest], RTV SLO 1 [Radio-Television, Slovenia, Ljubljana], 14 September 2008. 50 minutes.

Video: http://4d.rtvslo.si/arhiv/vecerni-gost/19721903

2008

Zorko, Mojca. Marc L. Greenberg. Article in Slovene-language Wikipedia, part of a long-term project at the University of Ljubljana to document contributors to Slovene language, culture and literature.

https://sl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_L._Greenberg

2007 “Ambassador of Slovenia comes to KC area.” International Matters, March 2007: 1. Kansas City: International Affairs & Trade Office.
2007 Forstnerič Hajnšek, Melita. “Fluid: Marc L. Greenberg, doktor slovanskega jezikoslovja, Lawrence, Kansas, ZDA. Američan, ki je doktoriral iz prekmurščine,” Večer (June 16): 56, Maribor.
2007 Lux, Lucas. “Unique Languages Critical to National Interest,” KU Collegian, Spring: 5. Lawrence: College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
2002 Snoj, Marko. “Marc Leland Greenberg,” Enciklopedija Slovenije, vol. 16 (= Dodatek): 72. Ljubljana: Mladinska knjiga.
2002 Ložar, Tom. “Ave, Wilson!” Večer (November 30, 2002), Maribor, 44.
2002 Forstnerič Hajnšek, Melita. “Pogovor z dr. Marcom L. Greenbergom o tem, kako so ‘kritični’ jeziki po 11. septembru profitirali, in zakaj Američan preučuje zgodovino slovenskega jezika” [A conversation with Dr. Marc L. Greenberg about how “critical” languages profited after September 11 and why an American studies the history of the Slovene language]. Večer (October 26, 2002), Maribor, 36–37.
2002 Rajh, Bernard. “Ameriški poklon Slovencem” [An American gift to the Slovenes]. Delo – Književni listi (October 28, 2002), Ljubljana: 6.
1998 Maurer, Jadwiga. “Q i pensjonarka,” Tygodnik Powszechny (May 24, 1998), Kraków, 9. [Short story in Polish in which I appear as a semi-fictional character, Marek.]
1998 Zupančič, Metka. “Jezik/Language: They speak it and they write about it.” Glasilo kanadskih Slovencev, Toronto: 18–20.

Work in progress

Book Avgust Pavel’s Vend nyelvtan. Under contract by Rodopi (Amsterdam) [80% completed], EDP 2017

Edited reference work

Encyclopedia of Slavic Languages and Linguistics. Under contract by Brill (Leiden), EDP 2019.
 

Grants and fellowships (institutional)

Total = $205,000

[34] Max Kade Foundation Library Grant: $6,000 x AY 2012-13, 2013–14, 2-14–15, total = $18,000
[33] Max Kade Foundation Visiting Professor Funds: $12,000 x Sigrid Nieberle (2013), Per Øhrgaard (2013–2014), total = $24,000
[32] Max Kade Foundation Graduate Fellowships: 3 x $15,000 in AY 2012–13, 2013–14, 2-14–15, total = $135,000.
[31] Fulbright Fellowship to bring Czech lecturer Jana Čemusová (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic) to the KU Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, AY 2000–01. $28,000 + travel.

 

 

Grants and fellowships (post-doctorate)

Total external = $62,500

[31] Swiss National Science Foundation, Universität Zürich, participation in Workshop ““Variation in space and time: clausal complementation in South Slavic,” 17–19 March 2016 (ca. $2000 USD).
[30] Moravian-Silesian Region Research Grant (Podpora vědy a výzkumu v Moravskoslezském kraji 2011), University of Silesia, Opava, Czech Republic, to support research and scholar‑in‑residence, November 2011 (104,000 Czech Crowns = ca. $6,000)
[29] U.S Department of Education Grant, Title VI, administered by the Slavic and East European Language Resource Center (SEELRC), University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) and Duke University, 2005, to support book B3, 2006 ($3500).
[28] Franklin Research Grant, American Philosophical Society, spring–summer 2005, Slovene dialect project ($3,000)
[27] [indirect:] Grant, Ministry of Culture, Republic of Slovenia, for Slovene translation of book A Historical Phonology of the Slovene Language, published by Aristej Publishers, Maribor, Slovenia. April 2002 (2 million Slovenian Tolars = approx. $8,000 to the publisher).
[26] KU International Studies Travel Grant for International Conferences to attend conference “Current Problems of Finno-Ugric Linguistics” at the Mari State University, Joškar-Ola, Marii El Republic, Russia, Nov. 2000 ($675)
[25] Grant for partial publication subvention, Hall Center for the Humanities, KU and the Scholarly Publications Revolving Fund, September 2000 ($1,000).
[24] Hall Center Faculty Internationalization Grant to travel to MLA conference on “The Future of the Doctorate,” March 1999 ($900).
[23] IREX Short-term Research Grant to travel to conference and collections in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Dec. 1996 ($2150).
[22] KU International Studies Travel Grant for International Conferences to attend conference in Maribor, Slovenia, Feb. 1996 ($542).
[21] KU International Studies Honors Proseminar Guest-Speakers’ Honorarium, for lecture on former Yugoslavia in SOC 630 (Fall) ($300).
[20] International Studies Seminar stipend, Spring 1995, for paper in seminar on “The Invention of Tradition” ($750)
[19] General Research Fund, KU, July-August 1995, to continue work on Historical Phonology (1½ months summer salary)
[18] IREX Individual Advanced Research Opportunities in East and Central Europe (10-month fellowship; salary plus travel) [offered but declined; project funded by NEH: see item 14]
[17] Fulbright‑Hays Department of Education Fellowship (12-month Fellowship for in‑country work (salary plus travel). [offered but declined; project funded by NEH: see item 14]
[16] Fulbright (Council for International Exchange of Scholars). 12-month Fellowship for in‑country work (salary plus travel) [offered but declined; project funded by NEH: see item 14]
[15] Hall Center Humanities Research Fellowship. Spring Semester 1994 (salary plus $1,000 expenses) [accepted]
[14] National Endowment for the Humanities: Research Fellowship for University Teachers. 6 months awarded for Summer and Fall Semester 1993 (salary plus travel expenses) [accepted]
[13] General Research Fund, KU, July‑August 1992. Paper: “A Phonological Description of Three Prekmurje Slovene Dialects”
[12] New Faculty Grant, KU, June‑August 1991. Research project: “Issues in the Reconstruction of Central Common Slavic”
[11] American Council of Learned Societies Teaching Fellowship, June-August 1990: to teach intensive Slovene, Summer Workshop in East European Languages, Indiana U., Bloomington

 

 

Grants and fellowships (pre-doctorate)

[10] Yugoslav-UCLA Exchange Fellowship (Dept. of Education), October‑December 1989, to conduct research on the Croatian Kajkavian dialects at the Linguistic Research Institute, Zagreb, Yugoslavia.
[9] Fulbright-Hays Dissertation Research Fellowship to conduct field work and research for dissertation on the Slovene dialects in Prekmurje, northeastern Slovenia, Yugoslavia; research affiliation with the Slovene Academy of Sciences Ljubljana Univ., Ljubljana, Yugoslavia (1988–89)
[8] Special Research Grant, CREES, UCLA: to conduct research on Slovene dialects, Slovene Academy of Arts and Sciences, Ljubljana, during summer. (1986) [Supported research published in 1987.]
[7] NDEA Title VI Fellowship for graduate study at UCLA (1985–86)
[6] NDEA Title VI Fellowship for graduate study at UCLA (1984–85)
[5] NDEA Title VI Fellowship for graduate study at the U. of Chicago (1983–84)
[4] Summer grant-in-aid, CREES, UCLA to study Hungarian at Kossuth Univ., Debrecen, Hungary (1988)
[3] Summer grant-in-aid, CREES, UCLA to study Slovene at Ljubljana Univ., Yugoslavia (1986)
[2] Summer grant-in-aid, CREES, UCLA to study Slovene at Ljubljana Univ. and Albanian at Kosova University, Prishtina, Yugoslavia (1985)
[1] Summer grant-in-aid, Center for Russian and East European Studies (CREES), UCLA to study Czech at Charles University, Prague, Czechoslovakia (1983)

 

 

Presentations

1/17 “Clausal complementation in the Slovene Mura River dialect and its Balkan parallels” – “The Current State of Balkan Linguistics — Where do we Stand?” The Twentieth Annual Kenneth E. Naylor Memorial Lecture in South Slavic Linguistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus.
9/16 “Slavs as migrants. Mapping prehistoric language variation” – Plenary paper, Slavic Linguistics Society, U. of Toronto.
3/16 Antemurale innovationis: the Mura river area as both a center and a periphery” – Workshop “Variation in space and time: clausal complementation in South Slavic,” Universität Zürich
6/15 “A Roundtable on Collaboration” – Panelist, ADFL West Workshop, San Jose, CA.
6/15 “Cultivating LCTLs” – Presentation and discussion, ADFL West Workshop, San Jose, CA.
6/14 “The Balkans at the Crossroads of Civilizations: A Musical Perspective.” KU Mini-College 2014.
3/14 (With Ada Emmett and A. Townsend Peterson) “Open Access and Bottlenecks in a Global Scholarly Communication System.” Red Hot Research at the Commons, KU.
10/13 (With Zbyněk Holub) “A Fixed Star is Born: Fixed Pitch-Stress in South-West Bohemia.” The Eighth Annual Meeting of the Slavic Linguistics Society, Szczecin University (Poland)
9, 10, 11/13, 14 (With Ada Emmett) “Improving your research visibility: A hands-on guide to improving research ‘impact’ for scholars.” KU Libraries and FRIT/SLAV/GERM graduate seminar.
6/13 “Seven Strings Make a Russian Guitar.” KU Mini-College 2013.
2/13 “Open Access for Faculty. What’s in it For Them?” Open Conversations about Open Access Conference, University of Oklahoma. Invited speaker.
11/12 (With Zbyněk Holub) “Obpanonska vzporednica na ravni besedne prozodije: paroksitoneza v jugozahodnem češkem narečju.” Slovenski dialektološki posvet 2, Znanstvenoraziskovalni center Slovenske akademije znanosti in umetnosti, Ljubljana, Slovenia
10/12 (With Zbyněk Holub in absentia) “A Circum-Pannonian Word-Prosodic Parallel: The Case of Doudleby Paroxytonic Accent.” [substantially reworked for] Faculty and Graduate Student Colloquium, Dept. of Slavic Languages & Literatures, KU.
8/12 (With Zbyněk Holub in absentia) “A Circum-Pannonian Word-Prosodic Parallel: The Case of Doudleby Paroxytonic Accent.” Seventh Annual Conference of the Slavic Linguistics Society, hosted at KU.
4/12 (With A. Emmett) “Make Your Work Visible, and Other Reasons You Should Embrace Public Access.” New Faculty Workshop, Hall Center for the Humanities.
11/11 “Otevřený prístup: Proč bychom se o něj měli zajímat?” [Open Access: Why Should Faculty Care?], Philosophical-Natural Sciences Faculty, Silesian University, Opava, Czech Republic.
11/11 “Jazyk jako determinace etnicity v jihovýchodní Evropě” [Language as a Determinant of Ethnicity in Eastern Europe], Philosophical Faculty, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.
11/11

(With M. Snoj, A. Emmett and A. Townsend Peterson) “Open Access 101: Access to Your Work and the Works You Need to Build on.” KU Libraries Open Access Week, panel participant (participated via Skype from Ljubljana, Slovenia).

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/8684

11/11

(With A. Emmett and A. Townsend Peterson) “What is an Open Access Policy? Why should Purdue faculty care? Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana (participated via Skype from Opava, Czech Republic).

https://www.lib.purdue.edu/scholarlyComm/openAccessInfo

Video: http://youtu.be/Bpfs1-2lSwE

10/10

“Open Access 101 for Future Scholars/Researchers.” KU Libraries Open Access Week, panel participant.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/6864

10/10

“What Can Open Access Do for Me? Personal Perspectives of KU Faculty.” KU Libraries Open Access Week, panel participant.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/6875

10/10

“Open Access Journals: What are They and What are They Good for? KU Libraries Open Access Week, panel participant.

http://hdl.handle.net/1808/6863

9/10 The American Model: English Only or Engagement with a Multi-Polar World? Sodobne usmeritve večjezičnega in manjšinskega izobraževanja / Modern trends in multilingual and minority education. University of Koper, Republic of Slovenia.
6/10 A Balkanism in Central Europe? Subordinate Clauses in Mura-River-Valley Slovene. Dialektologie a geolingvistika v současné střední Evropě. Filozoficko-přírodovědecká fakulta Slezské univerzity v Opavě. Opava, Czech Republic.
6/10 A Faculty Perspective on Open Access. Panel: Faculty Open Access Policies: Public Missions, Public Research, Public Good. AAUP National Meeting, Washington, DC.
2/10 [With Alan J. Redd] Family tree or map-like approaches to Slavic languages? Slavic Languages: Time and Contingency, University of California, Berkeley.
9/09 The meaning of South Slavic dialectology. Plenary lecture. 6th Congress of the International Society for Dialectology & Geolinguistics, University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia.
5/09

The Line, the Which, and the War Trope. Twelfth Annual Kenneth E. Naylor Memorial Lecture in

South Slavic Linguistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

11/08 What is so special about Prekmurje Slovene? Večjezičnost v Evropski zvezi (Multilinguialism in the EU), 13–15 November 2008, University of Maribor, Slovenia.
7/08 Balkan history; Language, prehistory and identity in former Yugoslavia. 3 days of guest lectures at Northwestern University Summer School in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
5/08 Prekmurje Grammar as a source of Slavic comparative material. Sixteenth Biennial Conf. on Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics, Literature and Folklore, Banff/University of Calgary, Canada.
12/07 Roundtable participant: The Future of Slavic Graduate Studies, AATSEEL national conference, Chicago.
7/07 Language, Prehistory and Identity in former Yugoslavia. 2 days of guest lectures at Northwestern University Summer School in Komiža (Island of Vis), Croatia.
4/07 [With Joseph Schallert] The Prehistory and Areal Distribution of Slavic *gъlčěti ‘Speak’. 3rd Meeting of the Society for South-East European Studies, Ohio State University.
11/06 Building a European Community: South Slavic Uses of Reconstructed Pasts. Guest lecture (sponsored by The Marshall Woods Lectureships Foundation of Fine Arts), Slavic Department, Brown University.
9/06 [With Ivana Radovanović] Migrations in Slavic Prehistory: Archaeology and Linguistics. Slavic Department Faculty/Graduate Colloquium, KU.
9/06 [With Stephen Dickey] Slavic *jězditi ‘to ride’ and its implications for the development the category of (in)determinacy. 1st Meeting of the Slavic Linguistics Society, Indiana University, Bloomington.
8/06 [With Brian Rosenblum] Digital Publishing with KU Scholarworks. KU Slavic Librarians’ Summit.
6/06 Language, Prehistory and Identity in former Yugoslavia. 2 days of guest lectures at Northwestern University Summer School in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
6/06 Language and Identity in Eastern Europe: Theme of War and Literature. 1 day of lectures, Summer School in American Studies, University of Maribor, Slovenia.
10/05 Jezik, identiteta in miselne meje (Poučevanje o jeziku in »vzhodni Evropi« na ameriški univerzi) [Language, identity and borders of the mind: Teaching about language and “Eastern Europe” at an American University]. Keynote address at the 16th annual Slavistic Congress, Lendava, Slovenia.
7/05 Phonetic Evidence in Western South Slavic for the Development of the ‘Old Acute’. International Workshop on Balto-Slavic Accentology (IWoBA), Zagreb, Croatia.
6/05 Language and Identity in Eastern Europe. 2-days of lectures, including inaugural address, Summer School in American Studies, University of Maribor, Slovenia.
4/04 Balto-Slavic Tonogenesis: The Development of the “Acute” Tone. Workshop: Typology of Tone and Intonation, Cascais, Portugal.
4/03 Common Slavic: Progress or Crisis in its Reconstruction? Central Slavic Conference, KU, Lawrence. Also chaired panel on “Professional Development for Young Scholars”
2/03 Common Slavic: Progress or Crisis in its Reconstruction? Henrik Birnbaum Memorial Symposium, UCLA, Los Angeles, California.
12/00 On the Possible Uralic Source for the Slavic Gen. Sg. ā-Stem Desinence in Slavic. AATSEEL national meeting, Washington, DC.
11/00 On the Possible Uralic Source for the Slavic Gen. Sg. ā-Stem Desinence in Slavic. International Conference “Current Problems of Finno-Ugric Philology”, Joškar-Ola, Marii El Republic, Russia.
5/00 Uralic Elements in South Slavic, 12th Biennial Conference on Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics, Literature and Folklore, KU.
3/00 Uralic Elements in South Slavic, KU Linguistics Dept. Colloquy.
4/99 Member of Round Table on “The Conflict in Kosovo,” Kansas Room, Kansas Union, KU.
12/98 A Revised View of the Early Dialectization of Western-South Slavic with special reference to Slovene and Kajkavian, AATSEEL, San Francisco, Dec. 28, 1998.
11/97 Slovene–Albanian Parallels and their Latin Intermediary. AAASS Natl. Conf., Seattle, WA.
6/97 Iz priprav za Zgodovinsko glasoslovje slovenskega jezika [Issues arising from the work on the Historical Phonology of Slovene”]. Scientific Research Institute of the Slovene Academy of Arts and Sciences, June 18, 1997.
2/97 Rethinking the Development of South Slavic Vowel Systems. Linguistics Colloquy, KU.
12/96 Vatroslav Oblak and Early Innovations in South Slavic Vocalic Systems. Symposium on the Centenary of the Death of Vatroslav Oblak, University of Ljubljana, December 13–14, 1996.
5/96 Multiple Causation in the Spread and Reversal of a Sound Change: Rhotacism in South Slavic. Tenth Biennial Conf. on Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics, Literature and Folklore, University of Chicago.
4/96 The Role of Language in the Creation of Identity: Myths in Linguistics among the Peoples of the Former Yugoslavia. International Studies Seminar on “Reinvention of Tradition,” KU.
2/96 Različni vzroki za glasoslovno spremembo in njen povratni razvoj: Rotacizem v južnoslovanskih jezikih [Multiple causation in the spread and reversal of a sound change: rhotacism in South Slavic]. First International Symposium on Slovene Dialectology, Maribor University, Maribor, Republic of Slovenia.
4/95 Issues of Interpretation in a Turn-of-the-Century Dialect Description: Karol Ozvald’s Description of the Središče Dialect of Prlekian Slovene (1895-1904). Conference on Dialectology and Historical Linguistics: Contributions of South Slavic, U. of California, Berkeley.
4/94 Archaisms and Innovations in the Dialect of Središče (Southeastern Prlekija, Slovenia). Ninth Biennial Conf. on Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics, Literature and Folklore, Indiana Univ., Bloomington.
4/94 Language and the Disintegration of Yugoslavia. Public forum on “The Roots of the Conflict in Bosnia” sponsored by Douglas County Coalition for Peace and Justice/Amnesty International. Plymouth Congregational Church, Lawrence, Kansas.
12/94 Slovene before and After Secession. AATSEEL Natl. Conf., San Diego, CA.
12/93 Language Contact and the Early Dialectal Differentiation of Slovene. AATSEEL Natl. Conf., Toronto, Canada.
12/92 The Relationship between Prekmurje Slovene and Kajkavian Croatian. AAASS Natl. Conf., Phoenix, AZ.
4/92 Chronologizing Prekmurje Accent. Eighth Biennial Conf. on Balkan and South Slavic Linguistics, Literature and Folklore, Univ. of Chicago.
4/92 Slovene Accent Systems. Linguistics Colloquy, Univ. of Kansas, Linguistics Dept..
12/91 Yugoslavisms in Slovak: A Contribution to the Reconstruction of Central Common Slavic. AATSEEL Natl. Conf., San Francisco [Chaired panel on Historical linguistics.]
11/91 Sound Symbolism as a Metaphor Unifier in the Igor’ Tale. AAASS Central Slavic Conf., Oklahoma U. [Chaired panels on Slavic Poetics and Slavic linguistics.]
12/90 Circumflex Advancement in Slovene, Prekmurje and Kajkavian. AATSEEL Natl. Conf., Chicago.
11/90 Stratifying Prekmurje: The Shifting Affinities of a Slovene Dialect. AAASS Central Slavic Conf., KU. [Chaired panel on Historical linguistics.]
2/90 The Place of Prekmurje and the Problem of Dialect Classification. Indiana U., Bloomington.
12/89 Akcentološki problemi u prekomurskom dijalektu [Accentological Problems in the Prekmurje Dialect]. Linguistic Research Institute, Zagreb, Croatia. [In Croatian.]
9/89 O razmerju med izgovorjavo in pisavo v Novakovem Slovarju stare knjižne prekmurščine [On the Relationship between Pronunciation and Writing in Novak’s Dictionary of Old Literary Prekmurje Slovene]. Slovene Academy of Arts and Sciences, Ljubljana. [In Slovene.]
6/88 Jer Vocalization in Slovene, Serbo-Croatian and Slovak. Symposium on the Middle Ages in Slovenia, Ljubljana U., Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Courses taught

Undergraduate

  1. Beginning and Intermediate Russian
  2. Peoples and Languages of East-Central Europe & the Former Soviet Union
  3. Intensive Beginning and Intermediate Slovene
  4. Introduction to Czech
  5. Introduction to Slovene
  6. Introduction to Comparative Linguistics and the Indo-European Language Family (Freshman Honors Seminar)
  7. Language Hacking: How to Learn a Language as an Adult (Freshman Honors Seminar)

Graduate*

  1. Comparative Slavic Linguistics
  2. History of the Russian Literary Language*
  3. Introduction to Slavic Languages and Linguistics*
  4. Introduction to Old Russian Grammar*
  5. Advanced Old Russian
  6. Old Church Slavic
  7. Russian Morphology, Lexicology and Syntax*
  8. Russian Phonetics, Phonology and Inflectional Morphology*
  9. Russian Since the Revolution*
  10. Seminar in South Slavic Linguistics
  11. South Slavic Linguistics
  12. Topics in Historical Linguistics: Accentology
  13. Language and Identity in East-Central Europe & the Former Soviet Union
  14. Linguistic, Archaeology and Ethnicity in Prehistoric East Europe* (w/ Ivana Radovanović, Anthropology)
  15. Slavic Sociolinguistics

*Also offered to advanced undergraduates.

 

 

PhD dissertations chaired (by defense date)

pending Krzysztof Borowski. What’s (In) A Minority? Discourse And (Re)Production Of
Silesian Identity In Present-Day Poland.
2003 Matthew E. Feeney. Can a Proto-Language have Dialects? A Critique of Recent Linguistic Russian Approaches to the Reconstruction of Proto-Slavic. [MEF was an assistant professor of Slavic languages at Our Lady of Corpus Christi College, Corpus Christi, TX.]
1999 Joachim Faust. The “Metaphysics” of Grammar: The Role of Verbal Aspect in the Poetics of Aleksandr Blok. [Co-chair with Prof. M. Carlson. JF teaches at Washington University, St. Louis.]
1999 Grant H. Lundberg. The Phonology and Accentology of the Haloze Dialect of Slovene. [Work supported by Slovenian Ministry of Sports and Education, IREX Research Fellowship, Fulbright-Hays Dissertation Research Fellowship. Article from dissertation received the first Kenneth E. Naylor Young Scholar’s Prize in South Slavic and Balkan Linguistics, January 2001. GHL is Full Prof. of Slavic languages at Brigham Young University.]
1997 William J. Griffiths. The Indeterminate-Personal Clause in Russian: A Systemic Functional Analysis. [Co-chair.]
1995 Mark R. Lauersdorf: The Question of ‘Cultural Language’ and Interdialectal Norm in 16th Century Slovakia: A Phonological Analysis of 16th Century Slovak Administrative-Legal Texts. Published as vol. 335 in the series Slavistische Beiträge (Munich: Verlag Otto Sagner, 1996). [Defended with Honors. Work supported with ACLS and SSRC grants for in-country study. MRL is Assoc. Prof. in the Dept. of Modern & Classical Languages at the University of Kentucky.]

Other mentorship and examination committee work (by defense date)

pending Peter Woods, German/Slavic, PhD, UC Berkeley (internal member)
pending John Korba, Slavic, PhD
Pending Krzysztof E. Borowski, Slavic, PhD (chair)
2017 Biswajit Rajaguru, Mathematics, PhD (external member)
2015 Erin Moulton, Slavic, PhD
2013 Mohammed Malahmeh, Linguistics, PhD (internal member)
2013 Alisa Moldavanova, Public Administration, PhD (internal member)
2012 Holly Glasgow, Anthropology, MA
2012 Chris Krampe, School of Music, PhD (external member)
2011 Jason Christensen, Slavic PhD
2011 Mascha Khramova, Germanic, PhD (external member)
2009 Sonja Sun, Germanic, PhD (external member)
2008 Yuki Onogi, Chancellor’s Undergraduate Writing Prize (mentor for 1st place paper)
2006 Gordon Scott Seeger, Germanic PhD (external member)
2006 Mascha Khramova, MA, Germanic Dept. (external member)
2006 Jonathan Perkins, Slavic, PhD (departmental member)
2002 Catherine Billington, Linguistics, PhD (external member)
2002 Emanoil Teodorescu, Mathematics PhD (external member)
1999 Bruce Berglund, History, PhD (external member)
1998 Joong-Sun Sohn, Linguistics, PhD (material informant and outside member)
1994 Laura Wilhelm, Slavic, PhD (departmental member)

Service

 

Departmental service (other than service as department chairperson)

2010– Creator and manager of Slavic Department Facebook page
2001–03 New Study Abroad program in Zagreb/Dubrovnik, Croatia: Designed, negotiated on-site and implemented program
2001 New Study Abroad program in Cracow, Poland: Assisted junior faculty member in program set-up and on-site negotiation
2000–11 Chair, Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures (most departmental service not mentioned specifically for this period)
2000– CREES Executive Council, member ex-officio
1995–2011 Creator and manager of first departmental website (Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures.
1994–96 Elected Dept. representative to Executive Committee of Center for Russian and East European Studies (CREES)
1992–2000 Director of Graduate Studies (except during leaves AY 93–4, F 97)
1991–92 Associate Director of Graduate Studies
1990–93 Editor of The Lawrencian Chronicle, the Department newsletter
1990– Standing committees: Graduate, South Slavic (Chair 1995–96), Technical; Merit Evaluation (1992, 1993, 1995)

 

 

College/University service

2016 Search Committee member, Assoc. Vice Chancellor, KU Edwards Campus (KC)
2015 Search Committee member, Dean for Libraries
2014 Chair, Search Committee, Associate Dean for Humanities
2013–14 Special Advisor to the Dean, CLAS, and Chair of Action Committee to form the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (provisional name)
2014 Led KU delegation to annual meeting of and gave keynote address at Gabriel Al-Salem Foundation, Kyiv, Ukraine, 1 Feb.
2013 ORCID working group, KU Libraries
2013 Chair, search committee for Director of Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
2013 Financial planner position, College, search committee member
2013 Shared Service Center, College, search committee for 2 supervisor positions
2013 Academic Misconduct Committee, KU Center for Research
2012 Delegate, Berlin 10 Conference (Open Access), Stellenbosch University, South Africa
2012– European Studies Program, Executive Committee
2011–12 Senior Administrative Fellows Program
2011 Dean’s Task Force on Chair Compensation
2011 European Studies Working Group
2011– KU Libraries Open Access Advisory Board
2009– KU Electronic Journal Editors’ Forum
2009–10 Open-Access Implementation Task Force
2009–10 Chair, Less-Commonly-Taught-Languages Task Force, Center for Global & International Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. Edited and co-wrote Report of the KU CGIS Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Task Force.
2007–08 Mentor, University Scholars Program
2007–08 Chair, Yiddish Assistant Professor Search Committee
2007–09 CLAS Dean’s Chairs’ Advisory Board
2007–08 Board Member, Friends of the Lied Center
2006 Graduate School representative to dissertation Defense, Scott Seeger, German Dept.
2006–07 Honors Program, Subcommittee on Foreign Languages
2006–08 Jewish Studies Program Committee
2005– Humanities Lecture Series, member of selection committee, Hall Center for the Humanities
2002–07 Faculty mentor, Dept. of Anthropology
2000–02 Lead representative for new initiatives, CREES Strategic Planning
1999 CLAS Representative to MLA Workshop “The Future of Doctoral Education,” Madison, WI
1998–00 University Research Committee
1997 Dissertation Fellowship Selection Committee
1997 College Honors Fellowship Selection Committee
1996–97 GRF Committee
1996, 2000 NSEP Selection Committee
1996 NEH Summer Fellowship Selection Committee (Chair)
1994– Member, University Committee on International Students
1994– Member, Humanities Grant Support Advisory Committee
1992–95 Member, Chancellor’s Standing Committee on Faculty Scholarly and Professional Activities
 

Field/National/International service

Various dates Journal referee (various dates, some multiple times): Balkanistica, Canadian Slavonic Papers, Diachronica, Journal of Child Language, Journal of Slavic Linguistics, Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies, Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics, Language, European Journal of Language Policy, Phonology, Russian Review, Slavia Centralis, Slavistična revija, Slovenski jezik / Slovene Linguistic Studies, Zeitschrift für Slawistik
Various dates External research proposal reviewer: American Councils/ACTR/ACCELS; Czech Science Foundation; European Science Foundation; Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia; Ministry of Education, Republic of Slovenia; Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Various dates External reviewer for promotion/tenure: Brown, Cornell, Georgetown (2), Berkeley (2), Colorado (2), Georgia, Ljubljana, University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia), Ohio State University, Toronto (2), Vienna, Yale
  Editorial Board, Književni jezik, Sarajevo
http://www.izj.unsa.ba/bs/knjizevni-jezik/
2014–17 Executive Board, Association of Department of Foreign Languages, NYC
http://adfl.mla.org/
2014–

Editorial Board, Научная периодика: проблемы и решения, Moscow.

http://nppir.ru/journal/

2013–14 Chair, Executive Board, Slavic Linguistics Society
2013–

Editorial Board, Вопросы ономастики, Russian Languages Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow and Ural State University, Ekaterinburg

http://onomastics/ru/

2012 Organizer, national meeting of Slavic Linguistics Society, University of Kansas (August).
2011–14 Executive Board Member, Slavic Linguistics Society
http://www.slaviclinguistics.org/
2011– International Advisory Board, Scientific Research Centre, Slovene Academy of Sciences & Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2011 External program reviewer, French, German, Italian & Slavic, Temple University
2010 External program reviewer, Slavic, Ohio State University
2007– Board member, International Academy for Russian Music (IARMAC)
2006 External appraiser, Graduate Program, Slavic Langs. & Lits., University of Toronto
2006 Organizing Committee, Third International Slovene Dialectological Conference, Maribor
2004– Member of editorial board, Croatica et Slavica Iadertina, University of Zadar, Croatia
http://hrcak.srce.hr/csi/
2003–05 AATSEEL Publications Committee
2003 External program reviewer, Dept. of Germanic & Slavic Languages, Brigham Young University
2000 Host and principal organizer of 12th Biennial Conf. on Balkan & South Slavic Langs., Lit. & Folklore
1999–01 Editor of newsletter and website for Southeast European Studies Association
1999 AAASS Conference Planning Committee for St. Louis national meeting (Feb. for Nov. conf.)
1998–00 AATSEEL Publications Committee
1997– Appointed member of Committee on Linguistics, Subcommittee on Media Task Force, American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages; specialist in South Slavic languages
1995– American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East-European Languages (AATSEEL), linguistics panel reviewer (vet several conference paper submissions each year)
1994–97 Elected member of Executive Council of the Society for Slovene Studies
1992–97 Program Coordinator and Member ex‑officio of Executive Council of the Society for Slovene Studies
1992–97 Member of Research and Documentation Center committee, Society for Slovene Studies, East European Institute, Columbia U., NY.

International experience (stays of one month or longer)

1982: USSR–language study and travel (4 months); 1982: Finland–travel (6 weeks); 1983: Czechoslovakia–language study (6 weeks); 1985: Yugoslavia–language study and travel (2 months in Slovenia, 1 in Kosovo); 1986: Yugoslavia–language study, research and travel (3 months); 1987–90: Yugoslavia–dissertation research (2+ years in Slovenia, 3 months in Croatia); 1988: Hungary–language study (1 month); 1991: Slovenia–personal (2 months); 1993: Slovenia–research (7 months); 1997: Slovenia and Croatia–research, KU business, and personal (3 months); 19982011: Slovenia and Croatia–research, teaching, and personal (1–2 months each year); 2011: Czech Republic—guest professorship, 1 month

Languages

All skills: Russian (3+), Serbian/Croatian (3+), Slovene (4+), Czech (2+); Some speaking ability (except ancient languages), reading skill, and structural knowledge: German, French, Dutch, Albanian, Hungarian, Italian, Latin, Old Church Slavic, all other modern Slavic languages, Turkish, Yiddish; Structural knowledge and some reading ability: Finnish, Greek, Lithuanian, Mari, Sanskrit, Xhosa.

Memberships and affiliations

Professional

American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies • American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages • Linguistic Society of America • Society for Slovene Studies • South-East European Studies Association • Association for the Study of Nationalities • ORCID Ambassador

Honorary

Phi Beta Kappa • Golden Key National Honor Society • Slavic Studies Society of Slovenia (Slavistično društvo Slovenije)

Extra-curricular

KU Instrumental Collegium Musicum (occasional performer, renaissance lute) • Mandofest Orchestra and Downtown Mandolin Orchestra (classical guitar) • UCLA Alumni Association (life member) • Guitar Foundation of America • Kansas City Classical Guitar Society • Lute Society of America • International Academy for the Russian Guitar (IARGUS)

Listings

Austrian Institute of East‑ and Southeast European Studies Handbook/Database of International Research on Soviet, East‑ and Southeast European Studies 1992– • Directory of American Scholars. Ninth edition, Vol. 3: Foreign Languages, Linguistics, & Philology, 1999– • International Directory of Distinguished Leadership (10th Ed., 2002–) • Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers (8th Ed., 2004–) • Who’s Who in America (2000 Millennium Edition,–) • Who’s Who in the Mid-West, 1998– • Who’s Who in the World, 1997–