Laura Janda's Courses and Research

PLEASE NOTE: The contents of this site are being migrated to my Tromsoe location, http://hum.uit.no/lajanda/. Migration is expected to be complete by early 2008.

Office: 312A Dey Hall

Phone: 919-962-7549

Email: janda"AT"unc.edu

You can click here to get my cv.

To learn more about me, see my faculty website.

You can click here to read an article about me and my students.

You can click here to go to a page with downloadable versions of my publications.

You can click here to go to the International Cognitive Linguistics Association.

You can click here to go to the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association.

You can click here to go to the bibliography of Slavic Cognitive Linguistics (updated by Ljiljana Saric November 2006).

You can click here to go to The Slavic Linguistics Society.

You can click here to go to the recent conference of The Slavic Linguistics Society.

You can click here to go to the home page of the Slavic and East European Language Resource Center. I co-direct SEELRC with Edna Andrews of Duke University, and the page showcases much of our work.

You can click here to go to the homepage of the Linguists for Responsible Use of the Internet, and also see this guide.

Film series for my courses !

Please join us TUESDAYS at 6:00. Click here to get the schedule!

Courses

NOTE: UNC is undergoing a change in the numbering of courses, such that all courses that used to be in the 100 range are now in the 400+ range. This explains some of the apparent inconsistency below.

FOR ALL CZECH COURSES, follow these links to important resources:
Czech Resources Webpage
Reference Grammar of Czech
The Case Book For Czech (see the downloadable chapter files at the bottom of this page)
Current Draft of On-Line Czech Dictionary (password required)
Konec velkých prázdnin

CZCH 101 -- Elementary Czech, first semester

(CZCH 101 is taught in the fall of odd-numbered years: 2003, 2005, etc.)

CZCH 102 -- Elementary Czech, second semester

(CZCH 102 is taught in the spring of even-numbered years: 2004, 2006, etc.)

CZCH 403 -- Intermediate Czech, first semester

(CZCH 403 is taught in the fall of even-numbered years: 2004, 2006, etc.)

CZCH 104 -- Intermediate Czech, second semester

(CZCH 104 is taught in the spring of odd-numbered years: 2003, 2005, etc.)

CZCH 105 -- Advanced Czech, first semester

(CZCH 105 is taught on demand in the fall of odd-numbered years: 2003, 2005, etc.)

CZCH 106 -- Advanced Czech, second semester

(CZCH 106 is taught on demand in the spring of even-numbered years: 2004, 2006, etc.)

RUSS 101 -- Structure of Russian

SLAV/LING 075 -- Languages and Nationalism

SLAV/LING 409 -- Cognitive Linguistics

SLAV/PWAD 467 -- Language and Political Identity

RUSS 105 -- Advanced Russian Grammar

SLAV 752 -- West Slavic Linguistics (website under construction, courtesy of Nicholas LeBlanc)

Research & Writing

Right now I am writing a book about Russian aspect. You can view current drafts of this work by clicking the links below:

Epigram

GettingStarted

Chapter 1 Tense

Chapter 2 Table

Chapter 2 Matter, part 1

Chapter 2 Matter, part 2

What's the Matter Lab

Chapter 3 Pathways, pathways diagrams 1, pathways diagrams 2, verb features table, rehomogenization exx, po exx 1, po exx 2, rehomogenizations sort

Appendix

Skeleton Structure of MB

To Do List

kF management site

Current draft of MediaModule; Local copy (no backend)

This site was last updated: 11/7/06

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