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Leonid (Lenja) Kulikov

1964 –
historical linguistics and diachronic typology
Vedic and classical Sanskrit, Vedic studies
Maldives (language, history, culture)

Curriculum vitae

1964born in Moscow, Russia
1981-1986studied structural and applied linguistics, Moscow State University; MA degree
1986-1989post-graduate student at the Institute of Oriental Studies in Moscow, supervisor T.Ja. Elizarenkova; candidate degree
1989-1993research fellow at the Institute of Oriental Studies, Moscow
1991-1993lecturer Sanskrit and Indian literature, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow
1993-1997teaching/research assistant (AIO), Indo-European comparative linguistics, Leiden University
2000-2002post-doctoral projects at Leiden University, Dept. of comparative linguistics
2001PhD under the supervision of A. Lubotsky, Leiden University
2001post-doc project “Editing the Indo-Aryan etymological database”, Leiden University
2002-2004post-doc at the PIONIER-project “Case cross-linguistically”, Nijmegen University
2005-2007post-doc at the project “A grammar of the Rgveda”, Göttingen University
2004-2008post-doc at the project “Valency-changing categories in Indo-Aryan: a diachronic typological approach”, Leiden University
2008-presentassociated member and lecturer, Institute of linguistics, Leiden University
2009-presentsenior research fellow, Institute of Linguistics, Dept. of Linguistic Typology, Moscow
2010visiting lecturer, Department of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala University
2011-2017assistant professor and research fellow, Linguistics Department, Ghent University

Special activities and positions

  • Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics, 2017-
  • Peer reviewing for linguistic journals (Acta Orientalia Vilnensia, Cognitive Linguistics, Diachronica, Folia Linguistica, Historiographia Linguistica, Journal of Historical Linguistics, Lingua, e.a., 2000-
  • Reviewing PhD dissertations, 2005-
  • Reviewing manuscripts of books for Brill, Oxford University Press, etc., 2012-
  • Co-organizer of conferences and workshops
  • Member of the Association for Linguistic Typology (ALT), 1994-
  • Member of the Advisory Board of the Journal of Historical Linguistics, 2010-
  • Member of the Société Internationale de Linguistique Fonctionnelle (SILF), 2005-
  • Member of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE), 2010-
  • Member of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA), 2012-
  • Co-worker in the project Indo-European-etymological-dictionary
  • Member of the Editorial Board Lingua Posnaniensis, 2010–
  • Member of the Editorial Board Archivio Glottologico Italiano, 2015–

Sources

Publications since 1993

1993  Editor of: Tezisy pervoj konferencii po teoretičeskoj lingvistike (maj 1993 g.) [Abstracts of the First Conference on Theoretical Linguistics (May 1993)], Rossijskij gosudarstvennyj gumanitarnyj universitet, Moscow: RGGU. 159 p.
& N.R. Sumbatova, “O simmetričnosti kauzal’noj svjazi. [On the symmetry of the causal relation].” In: Kauzal’nost’ i struktury rassuždenij v russkom jazyke [Causality and the structure of argumentation in Russian]. Mežvuzovskij sbornik naučnyx trudov, Moscow, RGGU, 137-148.
“Sintaksičeskaja klassifikacija glagolov i “zalogovaja orientirovannost’” (k probleme opredelitelej kornja v sanskrite). [A syntactic classification of verbs and “voice preferences”: towards the problem of the root extensions in Sanskrit].” In: Tezisy pervoj konferencii po teoretičeskoj lingvistike (maj 1993 g.) / Rossijskij gosudarstvennyj gumanitarnyj universitet, Moscow: RGGU, 69-73.
“The ‘second causative’: a typological sketch.” In: Bernard Comrie & Maria Polinsky (eds), Causatives and transitivity, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 23), pp. 121-154.
& N.R. Sumbatova, “Through the looking-glass, and how causatives look there.” Ibid., pp. 327-341.
“The first conference on theoretical linguistics at the Russian State University of Humanities.” Languages of the World 7: 81-82.
“Asymmetry in grammar.” In: Actes du XVe Congrès International des Linguistes, Québec, Université Laval, 9-14 août 1992, Sainte-Foy: Les Presses de l’Université Laval, pp. 91-94.
1994  “Tipologija kauzativnyx konstrukcij v sovremennyx sintaksičeskix teorijax: opyt rešenija odnoj lingvističeskoj metazadači. [Typology of causative constructions in the modern syntactic theories].” In: Vladimir I. Belikov et al. (eds), Znak: Sbornik statej po lingvistike, semiotike i poètike pamjati A.N. Žurinskogo. [Sign: Papers on linguistics, semiotics and poetics. Memorial volume for A.N. Žurinskij], Moscow: Russkij učebnyj centr MS, pp. 48-60.
“Mal’divskaja Respublika.” [Maldives]. In: S.A. Arutjunov (ed.), Ètnogenez i ètničeskaja istorija narodov Južnoj Azii. [Ethnogenesis and ethnic history of South Asia]. Moscow: Nauka, Vostočnaja literatura, pp. 269-281.
1995  “Maldives: research perspectives.” IIAS Newsletter 5.
“Oriental studies in Russia.” IIAS Newsletter 5.
“Vedijskie kauzativnye prezensy s nosovymi affiksami i ix tematičeskie varianty. [Vedic causative nasal presents and their thematicization].” In: Yaroslav Vasil’kov and Nikita Gurov (eds), Stxapakašraddxa: Sb. statej pamjati G.A.Zografa. [ Sthāpakašrāddham. Professor G.A. Zograph commemorative volume], St. Petersburg: Peterburgskoe vostokovedenie, pp. 94-115.
1996  Review of: B.N. Bell & H.M. Bell. H.C.P.Bell, Archaeologist of Ceylon and the Maldives, Clwyd, Wales: Archetype Publications 1993. Kunstkamera: Ètnografičeskie tetradi 10: 350-355. [in Russian]
Review of: S.D. Miliband, Biobibliografičeskij slovar’ otečestvennyx vostokovedov. [A Bio-bibliographic dictionary of Soviet/Russian Orientalists], 2nd ed. Moscow 1995. IIAS Newsletter 9: 10.
1997  “Vedic mriyáte and other pseudo-passives: notes on an accent shift.” In: Irén Hegedűs et al. (eds), Indo-European, nostratic, and beyond: Festschrift for Vitalij V. Shevoroshkin (JIES monograph series 22). Washington D.C.: Institute for the Study of Man, pp. 198-205.
1998  & Heinz Vater (eds), Typology of verbal categories: papers presented to Vladimir Nedjalkov on the occasion of his 70th birthday, Tübingen: Niemeyer (Linguistische Arbeiten 382).
& Heinz Vater, “Introduction.” In: Leonid Kulikov & Heinz Vater (eds), Typology of verbal categories: papers presented to Vladimir Nedjalkov on the occasion of his 70th birthday, Tübingen: Niemeyer (Linguistische Arbeiten 382), pp. iii-vi.
“Passive, anticausative and classification of verbs: the case of Vedic.” In: Leonid Kulikov & Heinz Vater (eds), Typology of verbal categories: papers presented to Vladimir Nedjalkov on the occasion of his 70th birthday, Tübingen: Niemeyer (Linguistische Arbeiten 382), pp. 139-153.
“Causative constructions in Tuvinian: towards a typology of transitivity.” In: Lars Johanson et al. (eds), The Mainz meeting: proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Turkish Linguistics, August 3-6, 1994, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (Turcologica 32), 258-264.
“Vedic -ya-presents: semantics and the place of stress.” In: Wolfgang Meid (ed.), Sprache und Kultur der Indogermanen. Akten der X. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft, Innsbruck, 22.-28. September 1996, Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Innsbruck (Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft 93), 341-350.
1999  & Werner Abraham (eds), Tense-aspect, transitivity and causativity: essays in honour of Vladimir Nedjalkov, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 50).
& Werner Abraham, “Introduction.” In: Werner Abraham & Leonid Kulikov (eds), Tense-aspect, transitivity and causativity: essays in honour of Vladimir Nedjalkov, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 50), pp. xi-xviii.
Comp. of: “Vladimir Nedjalkov: list of main publications.” In: Werner Abraham & Leonid Kulikov (eds), Tense-aspect, transitivity and causativity: essays in honour of Vladimir Nedjalkov, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 50), pp. xix-xxxiii.
“Split causativity: remarks on correlations between transitivity, aspect, and tense.” In: Werner Abraham & Leonid Kulikov (eds), Tense-aspect, transitivity and causativity. Essays in honour of Vladimir Nedjalkov, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 50), pp. 21-42.
“May he prosper in offspring and wealth: a few jubilee remarks on the typology of labile verbs and Sanskrit púṣyati ‘prospers; makes prosper’.” In: Ekaterina V. Rakhilina & Yakov G. Testelets (eds), Tipologija i teorija jazyka: Ot opisanija k ob”jasneniju. K 60-letiju A.E. Kibrika. [Typology and linguistic theory: from description to explanation, for the 60th birthday of Aleksandr E. Kibrik]. Moskva: Jazyki russkoj kul’tury, pp. 224-244.
“Agreement patterns in Abkhaz masdar forms.” In: Helma van den Berg (ed.), Studies in Caucasian linguistics: selected papers of the eighth Caucasian Colloquium, Leiden (CNWS Publications 78), pp. 209-221.
“Remarks on double causatives in Tuvan and other Turkic languages.” Journal de la Société Finno-Ougrienne / Suomalais-Ugrilaisen Seuran Aikakauskirja 88: 49-58.
2000  “Vedic causative nasal presents and their thematicization: a functional approach.” In: John Ch. Smith & Delia Bentley (eds), Historical linguistics 1995:selected papers from the 12th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Manchester, August 1995, vol. 1: General issues and non-Germanic Languages, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 161), pp. 191-209.
“The Vedic type syáti revisited.” In: Bernhard Forssman & Robert Plath (eds), Indoarisch, Iranisch und die Indogermanistik: Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 2. bis 5. Oktober 1997 in Erlangen, Wiesbaden: Reichert, pp. 267-283.
“RV 1.120.11: a note on the Vedic reflexive.” In: Michaela Ofitsch and Christian Zinko (eds), 125 Jahre Indogermanistik in Graz: Festband anläßlich des 125jährigen Bestehens der Forschungsrichtung “Indogermanistik” an der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Graz: Leykam (Arbeiten aus der Abteilung ‘Vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft’ Graz 15), pp. 231-238.
2001  The Vedic -ya-presents, s.l. – PhD thesis Leiden University.
“Between passive and reflexive: the Vedic presents with the suffix -ya-.” In: Geart van der Meer and Alice G.B. ter Meulen (eds), Making sense: from lexeme to discourse, in honor of Werner Abraham at the occasion of his retiremen, Groningen: Center for Language and Cognition (Groninger Arbeiten zur germanistischen Linguistik 44), pp. 13-20.
“Causatives.” In: Martin Haspelmath et al. (eds), Language typology and language universals: an international handbook, vol. 2. Berlin etc.: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 886-898.
2002  “Tipologičeskie zametki o morfologičeskom reciproke v vedijskom sanskrite. [Typological remarks on the reciprocal verbs in Vedic Sanskrit].” In: V.A. Plungian & A.Ju. Urmančieva (eds), Jazyki mira. Tipologija. Uralistika. Pamjati T. Ždanovoj. Stat’i i vospominanija. [Languages of the world. Typology. Uralic studies. Memorial volume for T. Ždanova]. Moscow: Indrik, pp. 276-299.
“Tipologičeskie zametki ob imennoj inkorporacii v indoevropejskom: frizskij i sanskrit.” [Typological remarks on the noun incorporation in Indo-European: Frisian and Sanskrit]. In: Tatjana Agranat and Olga Kazakevič (eds), Lingvističeskij bespredel: Sbornik statej k 70-letiju A. I. Kuznecovoj. [ Linguistics Without Limits. Felicitation volume for A.I. Kuznecova on the occasion of her 70th birthday.] Moscow: Izd-vo MGU, pp. 262-273.
Review of: B. Schlerath. Kleine Schriften, I u. II, Dettelbach 2000. OLZ 97,2: 309-311.
Review of: R. D. Van Valin, Jr., An introduction to syntax, Cambridge 2001. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 47,3/4: 245-250.
2003  “The labile syntactic type in a diachronic perspective: the case of Vedic.” SKY Journal of Linguistics (Journal of the Linguistic Association of Finland) 16: 93-112.
Review of: R. Anttila, Greek and Indo-European etymology in action: Proto-Indo-European *aǵ-, Amsterdam 2000 (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 200). Studies in Language 27,3: 705-708.
Review of: M. Butt & T. H. King (eds), Argument realization, Stanford 2000. Language 79,4: 832-833.
Review of: Th. Oberlies, A grammar of epic Sanskrit, Berlin-New York 2003 (Indian Philology and South Asian Studies 5). Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 4: 284-289.
2004  & Tatjana Elizarenkova and Andrej Kibrik (eds), Jazyki mira: Indoarijskie jazyki drevnego i srednego periodov [ Languages of the World: Old and Middle Indo-Aryan languages]. Moscow: Academia. 154 pp.
& Ilona Manevskaia, “Text generation in the Indo-Tibetan tradition and its linguistic aspects: nominative/accusative and ergative/absolutive patterning in Indo-Aryan and Tibetan syntactic systems (preliminary remarks).” In: Sylvie Porhiel & Dominique Klingler (éds), L’unité texte – Actes du colloque ‘Regards croisés sur l’unité texte / Conjoint Perspectives on Text’. Pleyben: Perspectives, pp. 153-170.
Review of: G.G. Corbett, Number, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2000. Southwest Journal of Linguistics 23,1: 124-129.
Review of: T. Givón, Syntax: an introduction, 2nd ed., 2 vols, Amsterdam: Benjamins 2001. Journal of Linguistics 40,2: 419-425.
Review of: Chr. Reynolds, A Maldivian dictionary, London and New York: Routledge Curzon 2003. BSOAS 67,2: 249-251.
Review of: A.Y. Aikhenvald, R.M.W. Dixon & Masayuki Onishi (eds), Non-canonical marking of subjects and objects, Amsterdam: Benjamins 2001 (Typological studies in language 46). Canadian Journal of Linguistics 49,1: 115-121.
Review of: G. Cardona, Recent research in Pāṇinian studies, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1999. Canadian Journal of Linguistics 49,1: 121-124.
Review of: P.C. Verhagen, A history of Sanskrit grammatical literature in Tibet, vol. 2: Assimilation into indigenous scholarship, Leiden: Brill 2001. The Tibet Journal 29,1: 96-99.
& Ilona Manevskaya, review of: J. Janhunen (ed.), The Mongolic languages, London and New York: Routledge, 2003 (Routledge Language Family Series 5). Turkic Languages 8,1: 140-143.
Review of: The Baudhāyana Śrautasūtra, critically edited and translated by C.G. Kashikar, 4 vols. New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts; Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 2003 (Kalāmūlaśāstra Series 35-38). Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 5: 281-285.
Review of: G. Cardona and Dhanesh Jain (eds), The Indo-Aryan languages, London and New York: Routledge 2003 (Routledge Language Family Series 2). Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 5: 286-292.
2005  “Reduplication in the Vedic verb: Indo-European inheritance, analogy and iconicity.” In: B. Hurch (ed.), Studies on reduplication, Berlin: Mouton (Empirical Approaches to Language Typology 28), pp. 431-454.
“Length vacillation -īy-//-iy- and related phenomena in Vedic.” In: G. Meiser and O. Hackstein (eds), Sprachkontakt und Sprachwandel. Akten der XI. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft. 17.-23. September 2000, Halle an der Saale. Wiesbaden: Reichert, pp. 295-317.
Review of: K. Kupfer, Die Demonstrativpronomina im Rigveda, Frankfurt am Main etc.: Peter Lang 2002 (Europäische Hochschulschriften 21: Linguistik 244). Kratylos 50: 181-186.
Review of: S. Scarlata, Die Wurzelkomposita im Ṛg-Veda, Wiesbaden: Reichert 1999. Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 6,2: 126-130.
2006  & Andrej Malchukov and Peter de Swart (eds), Case, valency and transitivity, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 77), Xx + 503 pp.
“The Vedic medio-passive aorists, statives and their participles: reconsidering the paradigm.” In: B. Tikkanen and H. Hettrich (eds), Themes and tasks in old and middle Indo-Aryan linguistics: papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference, vol. 5. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, pp. 45-63.
“Passive and middle in Indo-European: reconstructing the early Vedic passive paradigm.” In: W. Abraham & L. Leisiö (eds), Passivization and typology: form and function, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Typological studies in language 68), pp. 62-81.
“Case systems in a diachronic perspective: a typological sketch.” In: Leonid Kulikov, Andrej Malchukov & Peter de Swart (eds), Case, valency and transitivity, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 77), pp. 23-47.
& Andrej Malchukov and Peter de Swart, “Introduction.” In: Leonid Kulikov, Andrej Malchukov & Peter de Swart (eds), Case, valency and transitivity, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 77), pp. vii-xix.
“Skt. vr̥dh2 ‘hurt, damage, cut’.” IT 32: 203-210.
“The Sanskrit -yet-optative: a formation not yet recorded in Sanskrit grammars.” WZKS 50: 27-68.
& T.Ja. Elizarenkova, “Vedijskij jazyk. [The Vedic language].” In: Bol’šaja Rossijskaja ėnciklopedija. T. 4. Moscow, p. 694.
Review of: E. Tichy et al. (eds), Indogermanisches Nomen: Derivation, Flexion und Ablaut: Akten der Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft, Freiburg, 19. bis 22. September 2001, Bremen: Ute Hempen 2003. Kratylos 51: 89-92.
2007  “Grammaticalization of a reciprocal pronoun in a diachronic typological perspective: evidence from Vedic and Indo-European.” In: Juhani Härmä et al. (eds), Actes du XXIXème Colloque International de Linguistique Fonctionnelle, Helsinki 2005. (Publications du Département des langues romanes de l’Université de Helsinki; 18), Helsinki: Département des langues romanes de l’Université de Helsinki, pp. 119-124.
“The reflexive pronouns in Vedic: a diachronic and typological perspective.” Lingua 117,8: 1412-1433.
“Reciprocal constructions in Vedic.” In: Vladimir P. Nedjalkov, with the assistance of Emma Š. Geniušienė and Zlatka Guentchéva (eds), Reciprocal constructions, vol. 2, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Typological studies in language 71), pp. 709-738.
2007  Review of: J. Bronkhorst, Tradition and argument in classical Indian linguistics: the Bahiraṅga-paribhāṣā in the Paribhāṣenduśekhara, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 2003. Language 83,2: 456.
Review of: G. Holton, Tobelo, München: LINCOM Europa 2003 (Languages of the World / Materials 328). Language 83,2: 462-463.
Review of: Rajendra Singh (ed.), The yearbook of South Asian languages and linguistics 2002, New Delhi: Sage Publications 2002. Language 83,2: 467-468.
Review of: [2008] F. C. Southworth, Linguistic archaeology of South Asia, London: Routledge Curzon 2005. Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 8,1: 173-177.
2008 & M. Rusanov (eds), Indologica: T. Ya. Elizarenkova memorial volume / Sbornik statej pamjati T. Ja. Elizarenkovoj. Book 1, Moscow: Izd-vo RGGU (Orientalia et Classica 20).
& Maxim Rusanov, “Predislovie / Preface.” In: Leonid Kulikov & Maxim Rusanov (eds), Indologica. T. Ya. Elizarenkova memorial volume, Book 1, Moscow: Izd-vo RGGU (Orientalia et Classica 20), pp. 5-8.
“The Vedic causative saṃkhyāpáyati/saṃkśāpáyati reconsidered.” In: L. Kulikov, M. Rusanov (comps, eds), Indologica: T. Ya. Elizarenkova memorial volume, book 1, Moscow: Izd-vo RGGU (Orientalia et Classica 20), pp. 245-261.
“Two calculi for a description of the Vedic verbal system.” In: A.V. Arxipov, O.V. Fedorova et al. (eds), Fonetika i nefonetika: K 70-letiju Sandro V. Kodzasova [Phonetics and non-phonetics: felicitation volume on the occasion of the 70th birthday of Sandro V. Kodzasov]. Moskva: Jazyki slavjanskix kul’tur, pp. 579-587.
“The Vedic type patáyati revisited: semantic oppositions, paradigmatic relationships and historical connections.” In: A. Lubotsky, J. Schaeken and J. Wiedenhof (eds), Evidence and counter-evidence: essays in honour of Frederik Kortlandt, vol. I: Balto-Slavic and Indo-European Linguistics, Amsterdam: Rodopi (Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 32), 323-342.
[Tat’jana Jakovlevna Jelizarenkova] “Bibliografie.” Linguistica Brunensia. Sborník prací filozofické fakulty brněnské univerzity vol. A56: 196-207.
“Zametki ob upotreblenii reciprokal’nyx mestoimenij v sanskrite [Notes on the use of the reciprocal pronouns in Sanskrit].” In: N. R. Lidova et al. (ed.), Donum Paulum. Studia Poetica et Orientalia: k 80-letiju P. A. Grintsera [for the 80th birthday of P. A. Grintser]. Moscow: Nauka, pp. 498-505.
Review of: A. Griffiths and A. Schmiedchen (eds), The Atharvaveda and its Paippalādaśākhā: Historical and philological papers on a Vedic tradition, Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 2007. Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 9,1[2009]: 137-140.
2009  [Ch. 28] “Evolution of case systems.” In: Andrej Malchukov & Andrew Spencer (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Case, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 439-457.
& Jóhanna Barðdal, [Ch. 30] “Case in decline.” In: Andrej Malchukov & Andrew Spencer (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Case, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 470-478.
“Vedic piśá- and Atharvaveda-Śaunakīya 19.49.4 = Atharvaveda-Paippalāda 14.8.4: a note on the Indo-Iranian bestiary.” JIES 37,1/2: 141-154.
“Zametki po vedijskoj morfologii i sintaksisu: k analizu atharvaničeskogo gimna noči (Šaunakija 19.49 = Pajppalada 14.8) [Notes on the Vedic morphology and syntax: an analysis of the atharvanic hymn to the Night (Śaunakīya 19.49 = Paippalāda 14.8)].” Vostok / Oriens 3: 5-16.
“Valency-changing categories in Indo-Aryan and Indo-European: A diachronic typological portrait of Vedic Sanskrit.” In: Anju Saxena & Åke Viberg (eds), Multilingualism: proceedings of the 23rd Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics, Uppsala University, 1–3 October 2008, Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet (Studia Linguistica Upsaliensia 8), pp. 75-92.
& Werner Abraham, “Obituary: In memoriam Vladimir Petrovich Nedjalkov (1928-2009).” Studies in Language 33,4: 781-782.
2010  “Nominal composition, noun incorporation and non-finite formations in Sanskrit: delimiting the boundaries of the verbal paradigm.” In: Klaus Karttunen (ed.), Anantaṁ śāstram: Indological and linguistic studies in honour of Bertil Tikkanen, Helsinki: Finnish Oriental Society (Studia Orientalia 108), pp. 111-131.
“Bridging typology and diachrony: a preliminary questionnaire for a diachronic typological study of voice and valency-changing categories.” In: V.F. Vydrin, S.Ju. Dmitrenko et al. (eds), Problemy grammatiki i tipologii: sbornik statej pamjati Vladimira Petroviča Nedjalkova (1928-2009) [Issues in grammar and typology: A memorial volume for Vladimir Nedjalkov], Moscow: Znak, pp. 139-163.
“Zametki k interpretacii gimna Vremeni (Atharvaveda-Šaunakija 19.53-54 = Pajppalada 11.8-9) [Notes on Hymn to Time (Atharvaveda-Śaunakīya 19.53-54 = Paippalāda 11.8-9)].” In: Z.M. Šaljapina et al. (ed.), Trudy mežinstitutskoj naučnoj konferencii «Vostokovednye čtenija 2008», Moscow: Institut vostokovedenija RAN (Bjulleten’ obščestva vostokovedov RAN 17), pp. 677-694.
“Vedijskie korni tipa CaC // C(C)ā: morfonologičeskie modeli i sintaksičeskaja orientirovannost’ glagolov (K diaxroničeskoj tipologii kategorii perexodnosti) [Vedic roots of the type CaC // C(C)ā: morphophonological patterns and syntactic orientation of verbs (Towards a diachronic typology of transitivity)].” Voprosy jazykoznanija, № 5: 89-111.
“Atharvaveda-Śaunakīya 19.49.1 = Atharvaveda-Paippalāda 14.8.1: an etymological note on Vedic rātrī- ‘night’.” In: T.M. Nikolaeva et al. (eds), Issledovanija po lingvistike i semiotike. Sbornik statej k jubileju Vjač. Vs. Ivanova [Studies in linguistics and semiotics: Festschrift for Vjač. Vs. Ivanov], Moscow: Jazyki slavjanskix kul’tur, pp. 174-179.
Review of: Otto Böhtlingk and Rudolf Roth: Briefe zum Petersburger Wörterbuch 1852–1885, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2008. Acta Orientalia Vilnensia 11/1[2012]: 145-146.
2011  & Tatjana Oranskaja et al. (eds), Jazyki mira: novye indoarijskie jazyki [Languages of the World: New Indo-Aryan languages]. Moscow: Academia.
[Ch. 18] “Voice typology.” In: Jae Jung Song (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Typology, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 368-398.
“The Vedic root variants of the type CaC // C(C)ā: morphophonological features and syntactic patterns.” In: Thomas Krisch & Thomas Lindner (eds), Indogermanistik und Linguistik im Dialog: Akten der XIII. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 21. bis 27. September 2008 in Salzburg. Wiesbaden: Reichert, pp. 310-320.
“Lingvističeskie nabljudenija nad osobennostjami rannevedijskogo sanskrita: k interpretacii dvux gimnov Atharvavedy (Šaunakija 19.47–48 = Pajppalada 6.20–21) [Linguistic observations on some features of early Vedic Sanskrit: Towards an interpretation of two hymns of the Atharvaveda (Śaunakīya 19.47–48 = Paippalāda 6.20–21)].” Izvestija Penzenskogo gosudarstvennogo pedagogicheskogo universiteta (Gumanitarnye nauki) [Transactions of the Penza State Pedagogical University. Humanities] 19 (23): 179-184.
“Passiv, antikauzativ, “intranzitiv”? K interpretacii trex vedijskix prezensov s suffiksom -ya- (jāyate, mriyáte , yabhyate) [Passive, anticausative, “intransitive”? Notes on interpretation of three Vedic present formations with the suffix -ya- (jāyate, mriyáte, yabhyate)].” Indoevropejskoe jazykoznanie i klassičeskaja filologija – XIV. Materialy čtenij, posvjaščennyh pamjati prof. I.M. Tronskogo [Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology XIV: proceedings of the Annual Conference dedicated to the memory of Prof. I.M. Tronsky], Sankt-Peterburg: Nauka, pp. 310-322.
“Passive to anticausative through impersonalization: the case of Vedic and Indo-European.” In: Anna Siewierska & Andrej Malchukov (eds), Impersonal constructions: a cross-linguistic perspective, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 124), pp. 229-254.
“Drifting between passive and anticausative: true and alleged accent shifts in the history of Vedic -ya-presents; reply to replies.” Journal of Language Relationship / Voprosy jazykovogo rodstva 2011,6: 185-198, 210-215.
“Mal’divskij/Divexi jazyk [Maldivian language (Divehi)].” In: Tatjana Oranskaja et al. (eds), Jazyki mira: novye indoarijskie jazyki [Languages of the World: New Indo-Aryan languages], Moscow: Academia, 662-679.
& G.A. Zograf, T.I. Oranskaja, P. Pandey, “Novye indoarijskie jazyki [New Indo-Aryan languages].” In: Tatjana Oranskaja et al. (eds), Jazyki mira: novye indoarijskie jazyki [Languages of the world: New Indo-Aryan languages], Moscow: Academia, pp. 14-46.
“Mal’divskij jazyk [The Maldivian language].” In: Bol’šaja Rossijskaja ėnciklopedija. T. 18. Moscow, p. 681.
“The Proto-Indo-European case system and its reflexes in a diachronic typological perspective: evidence for the linguistic prehistory of Eurasia.” Rivista degli studi orientali 84: 289-309.
Review of: S. Jamison, The Rig Veda between two worlds, Paris: de Boccard 2007. IIJ 54,1: 79-98.
Review of: D. Shulman (ed.), Language, ritual and poetics in ancient India and Iran: studies in honor of Shaul Migron, Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities 2010. Voprosy jazykoznanija, № 4: 131-135.
Review of: J. Barđdal & S.L. Chelliah (eds), The role of semantic, pragmatic, and discourse factors in the development of case, Amsterdam: Benjamins 2009. Diachronica 28,3: 423-430.
2012  & Maxim Rusanov (eds), Indologica: T.Ya. Elizarenkova Memorial Volume / Sbornik statej pamjati T.Ja. Elizarenkovoj, book 2, Moscow: Izd-vo RGGU (Orientalia et Classica 40).
The Vedic -ya-presents: passives and intransitivity in Old Indo-Aryan, Amsterdam-New York (Leiden studies in Indo-European 19). – Revision of PhD thesis Leiden 2001.
& Maxim Rusanov, “Predislovie / Preface.” In: Leonid Kulikov & Maxim Rusanov (eds), Indologica. T. Ya. Elizarenkova memorial volume, Moscow (Orientalia et Classica 40), book 2, pp. 9-10.
“Seven letters from F. B. J. Kuiper to T. Ya. Elizarenkova,” published. In: Leonid Kulikov & Maxim Rusanov (eds), Indologica. T. Ya. Elizarenkova memorial volume, Moscow (Orientalia et Classica 40), book 2, pp. 551-562.
“Voice and valency derivations in Old Indo-Aryan in a diachronic typological perspective: the degrammaticalization of the middle and other trends in the Vedic verbal system.” In: Lucio Melazzo (ed.), Usare il presente per spiegare il passato. Teorie linguistiche contemporanee e lingue storiche. Atti del XXXIII Convegno della Società Italiana di Glottologia, Palermo, 16-18 ottobre 2008, Roma (Biblioteca della Società Italiana di Glottologia 35), pp. 161-191.
“Vedic preverbs as markers of valency-changing derivations: transitivity and objecthood in Indo-European (Evidence from Old Indo-Aryan).” Studies in Language 36,4: 721-746.
“Lingvističeskie i filologičeskie zametki k interpretacii gimna Atharvaveda-Šaunakija 19.52 = Pajppalada 1.30 (Kāmasūkta) [Linguistic and philological notes on the hymn Atharvaveda-Śaunakīya 19.52 = Paippalāda 1.30 (Kāmasūkta)].” Vestnik RGGU. Serija «Vostokovedenie. Afrikanistika» No. 20 (100),12: 206-215.
“Text-critical and linguistic remarks on the interpretation of an Atharvanic hymn to Night: Śaunakīya 19.47 = Paippalāda 6.20.” IT 38 [2014]: 123-133.
2013  [Ch. 15] “Middles and reflexives.” In: Silvia Luraghi and Claudia Parodi (eds), The Bloomsbury companion to syntax, London – New York: Continuum, pp. 261-280.
“An Atharvanic hymn to night: text-critical and linguistic remarks on the interpretation of Śaunakīya 19.50 = Paippalāda 14.9.” BSOAS 76,2: 259–269.
“Case variation and case alternation in Indo-European and beyond: a diachronic typological perspective.” In: Jóhanna Barđdal, Michela Cennamo and Elly van Gelderen (eds), Argument structure in flux: the Naples/Capri papers, Amsterdam: Benjamins, pp. 53-85.
& Nikolaos Lavidas, “Foreword: from the guest editors.” Journal of Historical Linguistics 3,1 (Special issue: Proto-Indo-European syntax and its development): 1-5.
& Nikolaos Lavidas, “Reconstructing passive and voice in Proto-Indo-European.” Journal of Historical Linguistics 3,1 (Special issue: Proto-Indo-European syntax and its development): 98-121. – Also publ. in Leonid Kulikov and Nikolaos Lavidas (eds), Proto-Indo-European syntax and its development, Amsterdam / Philadelphia 2015, pp. 101-124.
“Constraints on the causative derivation in early Vedic: evidence for a diachronic typology of transitivity.” Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 49,1: 79-101.
“Language vs. grammatical tradition in Ancient India: how real was Pāṇinian Sanskrit? Evidence from the history of late Sanskrit passives and pseudo-passives.” Folia Linguistica Historica 34: 59-91.
“Tijd en oorsprong van het universum: de Kālasūkta van de Atharvaveda en vroeg-Vedische kosmogonische verhalen.” In: Eva De Clercq & Saartje Verbeke (eds), India: een wereld van verhalen, Gent: Academia Press, pp. 95-114.
& Nikolaos Lavidas (eds), Proto-Indo-European syntax and its development. Special issue of Journal of Historical Linguistics 3,1. v+152 p.
& Ilja Seržant (eds), The diachronic typology of non-canonical subject, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series 140), xxvi+364 p.
2014  “Zalogi i zalogovye kategorii v indoarijskom i praindoevropejskom: k diahroničesko-tipologičeskomu portretu glagol’noj sistemy vedijskogo sanskrita” [Voice and valency-changing categories in Indo-Aryan and Proto-Indo-European: towards a diachronic typological portrait of the Vedic Sanskrit verbal system]. In: Indoevropejskoe jazykoznanie i klassičeskaja filologija – XVIII. Materialy čtenij, posvjaščennyh pamjati prof. I.M. Tronskogo [Indo-European Linguistics and Classical Philology XVIII. Proceedings of the Annual Conference dedicated to the memory of Prof. I.M. Tronsky], Sankt-Petersburg: Nauka, pp. 527–552.
“Obščeindoarijskie sibiljanty v Atharvavede: Zametki po vedijskoj dialektologii” [Indo-Aryan sibilants in Atharvaveda. Remarks on the Vedic dialectology]. In: Nikolaj N. Kazanskij (ed.), Colloquia Classica et Indo-Germanica VI. Studies in memoriam Leonhard G. Hercenberg / Pamjati L. G. Gercenberga (Acta Linguistica Petropolitana. Transactions of the Institute for Linguistic Studies / Trudy Instituta lingvističeskix issledovanij. T. X. Pt. 1), St. Petersburg: Nauka, pp. 178-201.
“Grammaticalization of reciprocal pronouns in Indo-Aryan: evidence from Sanskrit and Indo-European for a diachronic typology of reciprocal constructions.” Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 1,2: 117–156.
“The decline of labile syntax in Old Indo-Aryan: a diachronic typological perspective.” Linguistics 52,4 (special issue: Typology of labile verbs: focus on diachrony): 1139–1165.
“Causative formation.” In: Georgios Giannakis et al. (eds), Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek language and linguistics, Leiden: Brill, pp. 275-277.
& Nikolaos Lavidas (eds), Typology of labile verbs: focus on diachrony (Linguistics 52,4: Special issue). 295 pp. (871–1165).
“Traces of castes and other social strata in the Maldives: a case study of social stratification in a diachronic perspective (Ethnographic, historic, and linguistic evidence).” Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 139,1: 199-213.
“Text-critical and linguistic remarks on the interpretation of an Atharvanic hymn to Night: Śaunakīya 19.47 = Paippalāda 6.20.” Indologica Taurinensia 38: 123-133.
“Lingvističeskie zametki k interpretacii stixa Atharvaveda-Šaunakija 19.45.2 (Atharvaveda-Pajppalada 15.4.2) [Linguistic notes on the interpretation of the stanza Atharvaveda-Śaunakīya 19.45.2 (Paippalāda 15.4.2)].” In: V.I. Molodin, A.V. Epimaxov (eds), Arii stepej Evrazii: ėpoxa bronzy i rannego železa v stepjax Evrazii i na sopredel’nyx territorijax): sbornik statej pamjati E.E. Kuz’minoj / The Aryans in the Eurasian steppes: the Bronze and early Iron Ages in the steppes of Eurasia and contiguous Territories): Elena Kuz’mina Memorial Volume, Barnaul: Altai State University Press, pp. 70-72.
“Kvazidenominativy v vedijskom sanskrite: K tipologii denominativnyx i poluvspomogatel’nyx («legkix») glagolov [Quasi-denominatives in Vedic Sanskrit: Evidence for a typology of denominative and light verbs].” In: V.A. Plungian et al. (eds), Jazyk. Konstanty. Peremennye. Pamjati Aleksandra Evgen’eviča Kibrika Kibrika [Language. Constants. Variables. In Memory of Aleksandr E. Kibrik]. St. Petersburg: Aleteja, pp. 624-634.
Review of: D. Brown, M. Chumakina & G.G. Corbett (eds), Canonical morphology and syntax, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. Journal of Linguistics 50,2: 507-512.
Review of: Rosane Rocher, Ludo Rocher, Founders of Western Indology: August Wilhelm von Schlegel and Henry Thomas Colebrooke in correspondence 1820-1837, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2013. Historiographia Linguistica 41,2-3: 375-379.
2015  & Saartje Verbeke and Klaas Willems, “Oblique case-marking in Indo-Aryan experiencer constructions: historical roots and synchronic variation.” Lingua 163: 23-39.
“Quelques notes sur les formes dites ‘itératives’ indo-européennes: le type patayati et les presents redoublés en védique.” Verbis: Lingue Letterature Culture 5,1: 83-100.
& N. Lavidas (eds), Proto-Indo-European syntax and its development, Amsterdam: John Benjamins (Benjamins Current Topics no. 75).
“Foreword: rethinking perspectives in typology.” In: Natalie Operstein & Aaron Huey Sonnenschein (eds), Valence changes in ” Zapotec: synchrony, diachrony, typology (Typological Studies in Language; 110). Amsterdam: Benjamins, pp. 1-6.
2016 “Sanskrit reciprocal pronouns: Their semantics and use in the Epics and Arthaśāstra (Is there any opposition between anyonyam and parasparam?).” In: Ivan Andrijanić & Sven Sellmer (eds), On the growth and composition of the Sanskrit Epics and purāṇas. Relationship to kāvya. Social and economic context. Proceedings of the Fifth Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Purāṇas. August 2008. Zagreb: Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, pp. 467-480.
“Stalin i zagadka ‘Kursko-Orlovskogo dialekta’: k istorii lingvistič eskoj diskussii 1950 goda” [Stalin and the puzzle of the Kursk-Orel dialect: a glimpse into the history of the 1950 discussion about Marxism in linguistics]. In: Z.M. Šaljapina, A.A. Panina, A.S. Zverev (eds), Problemy obščej i vostokovednoj lingvistiki 2015. Jazyk. Obščestvo. Istorija nauki. K 70-letiju člen-korr. RAN V.M. Alpatova. Trudy naučnoj konferencii. Institut vostokovedenija RAN 22-23 aprelja 2015 g. T. 1 [Issues in general linguistics and oriental languages 2015. Language. Society. History of science. Felicitation volume for the 70th birthday of V.M. Alpatov. Proceedings of the scientific conference, Institute of Oriental studies, 22-23 April 2015]. Moscow: Institut vostokovedenija RAN, pp. 92-109.
Review of: Wilhelm Rau, Kleine Schriften (Veröffentlichungen der Hellmuth von Glasenapp-Stiftung; 46). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2012. Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 3,1: 141-145.
2017 “The syntax of Indic.” In: Jared Klein, Brian Joseph and Matthias Fritz (eds), Handbook of comparative and historical Indo-European linguistics (Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft / Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science (HSK); 41). Berlin etc.: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 377-409.
“Indo-Iranian.” In: Mate Kapović (ed.), The Indo-European Languages (Routledge Language Family Series). London: Routledge, pp. 205-213.
“Indo-Aryan.” In: Mate Kapović (ed.), The Indo-European Languages (Routledge Language Family Series). London: Routledge, pp. 214-262.
“Elizarenkova Tat’jana Jakovlevna.” In: O.A. Kling, A.A. Xolikov (eds), Russkie literaturovedy XX veka: Biobibliografičeskij slovar’ [Russian literary scholars of the 20th century: A biobibliographic encyclopedia]. Moscow: Pero, pp. 311-313.
& Nikolaos Lavidas. “Between passive and middle: Evidence from Greek and beyond.” In: Lars Hellan, Andrej Malchukov and Michela Cennamo (eds), Contrastive studies in verbal valency (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today; 237). Amsterdam: Benjamins, 297-325.
Review of: A. Samra and Céline Redard (eds.). Yama / Yima: variations indo-iraniennes sur la geste mythique. Paris: Collège de France; Boccard, 2012. Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 4,2: 351–355.
Review of: Saverio Sani, Grammatica sanscrita. 2nd ed. Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 4,2: 311–313.
Review of: Sabine Ziegler, Klassisches Sanskrit. Wiesbaden: Ludwig Reichert, 2012. Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 4,2: 315–317.
& Nina Krasnodembskaya. Review of: J.B. Disanayaka, Encyclopaedia of Sinhala language and culture. Colombo: Sumitha Publishers, 2012. Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 4,2: 323–328.

forthcoming
2018?Two hymns addressed to the Traikakuda ointment: Remarks on the interpretation of the Atharvavedic spells Śaunakīya 19.44-45 = Paippalāda 15.3-4. In a Festschrift (Harvard).
“Lexical typology of Indo-European.” In: Andrew Garrett & Michael Weiss (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Indo-European Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
“The lexicography of Sanskrit.” In: Patrick Hanks and Gilles-Maurice de Schryver (eds), International handbook of modern lexis and lexicography. New York: Springer.
“The lexicography of Maldivian.” In: Patrick Hanks and Gilles-Maurice de Schryver (eds), International handbook of modern lexis and lexicography. New York: Springer.
“Linguistic and philological notes on an Atharvavedic hymn to Rātrī (Night): Śaunakīya 19.49 = Paippalāda 14.8.” In: Velizar Sadovski et al. (eds), Proceedings of the International Conference “Poetical language and ritual pragmatics in Ancient Indo-Iranian tra­di­tions” (Mamaia, September, 2012). Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
& Seppo Kittilä (eds.), Diachronic typology of voice and valency-changing categories, Amsterdam: Benjamins (Studies in Language Companion Series).