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The Synchrony of the Serbian Infinitive: A Syntactic Perspective. James J. Pennington, Victor A. Friedman, and Lenore A. Grenoble (Eds.), And Thus You Are Everywhere Honored: Studies Dedicated To Brian D. Joseph. Slavica. 29-40. 2019. Publications, Essays Bosnian Croatian Montenegrin Serbian, Linguistics, Slavic
Protecting the Privileged: Cultivating and Caring for the Serbian Language in Serbia. Donald L. Dyer and Jane Hacking (Eds.), ЧЕКАJ: Papers for Christina E. Kramer on the Occasion of Her Retirement. Balkanistica. 32.2:1-14. 2019. Publications, Essays 21st Century, Bosnian Croatian Montenegrin Serbian, Linguistics, Slavic
Die nationalen Standardisierungsregime in Europa. Eine Fallstudie zur bunjewatzischen Sprache. Lumnije Jusufi, ed. The Potentiality of Pluricentrism Albanian Case Studies and Beyond. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag. 231-250. 2018. (with Marija Mandić) Publications, Essays 21st Century, Linguistics, Slavic
Banat Bulgarian and Bunyev: a language emancipation perspective. Dieter Stern, Motoki Nomachi & Bojan Belić, eds. Linguistic Regionalism in Eastern Europe and beyond: minority, regional and microliterary languages. Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien: Peter Lang. 66-84. 2018. (with Motoki Nomachi) Publications, Essays 21st Century, East European, Linguistics, Slavic
21st Century Standard Language Ideology in Serbia and Poland. Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies (Belgrade BELLS). 10: 177-192. 2018. (with Motoki Nomachi) Publications, Essays 21st Century, Linguistics, Slavic
Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian in U.S. College Classrooms. Lingua Montenegrina. 10.2.20: 65-76. 2017. Publications, Essays Bosnian Croatian Montenegrin Serbian, Education, Linguistics
Vojvodina’s Minority Languages in Light of a Language Emancipation Theory. Balkanistic Forum. 3:19-33. 2017. (with Motoki Nomachi) Publications, Essays Linguistics, Sociology
Autism Function in "Anton's Right Here," Cultures of Representation: Disability in World Cinema Contexts, Wallflower Press, 2016. Publications, Essays Disability, Russian
Glottocommunicability: The Example of Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian. Donald L. Dyer, Christina E. Kramer, and Brian D. Joseph (Eds.), Од Чикаго и назад Papers to Honor Victor A. Friedman on the Occasion of His Retirement. Balkanistica. 28:15-39. 2015. Publications, Essays Anthropology, Linguistics, Philosophy
"Intervju z Michaelom Bigginsom o Tomažu Šalamunu," in Literatura (Ljubljana, Slovenia), vol. 27 (2015), no. 283. Publications, Essays 20th Century, 21st Century, Literature, Poetry and Poetics, Slovene, Translation and Interpretation
Уникатна контрола у савременом српском језику: инфинитив и презент са свезицом да. Serbian Studies Research. 5/1:253-267. 2014. Publications, Essays 21st Century, Bosnian Croatian Montenegrin Serbian, Linguistics, Slavic
Bunyev(s): A Linguistic Frontier To Be? Philological Studies. 12/2:603-618. 2014. Publications, Essays 21st Century, East European, Linguistics, Slavic
Eine neue Sprache entsteht: die bunjevakische ’Sprache‛ oder ’Mundart‛ in serbischen Grundschulen. Christian Voß & Wolfgang Dahmen, eds. Babel Balkan? Politische und soziokulturelle Kontexte von Sprache in Südosteuropa. München – Berlin: Verlag Otto Sagner. 2014. 93-114. (with Marija Ilić) Publications, Essays 21st Century, Education, Slavic
Linguistic Vojvodina: Embordered Frontiers. Tomassz Kamusella & Motoki Nomachi, eds. The Multilingual Society Vojvodina. Intersecting Borders, Cultures and Identities. Sapporo: Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University. 2014. 1-23. Publications, Essays 21st Century, Balkan Studies, Slavic
Review of Poka noch’ nas ne razluchit’. Kinokultura (June, 2013). Publications, Essays Film/Cinema, Russian
Jose Alaniz.  “([Post-] Soviet Zone of Dystopia: Voronovich/Tkalenko’s Sterva.” Slavic & East European Journal, No. 57 (2) (Summer 2013). Publications, Essays Russian
José Alaniz.  “History in Czech Comics: Lucie Lomová’s Divoši.” Ulbandus, Vol. 15 (2013). Publications, Essays Comics, Czech-Slovak
José Alaniz.  “Stuttering, Glossolalia and The Body in Sorokin’s A Month in Dachau.” Vladimir Sorokin's Languages. Ed. Tine Roesen and Dirk Uffelmann. Bergen: University of Bergen Press,  2013. Publications, Essays Russian
“Americanizing Slovene Literature, or, Taking the Day-Tripper’s Path to the Summit Instead of the North Face: Slovene to English Literary Translation on the Society’s Fortieth Anniversary,” in Slovene Studies, vol. 35 (2013), no. 1-2: p. 55-70. Publications, Essays 20th Century, 21st Century, Literature, Slovene, Translation and Interpretation
José Alaniz.  “‘Will You Listen to That!’: (Dis)Ability in Moore/Willingham’s In Blackest Night.” Comics Forum (Sept. 7, 2012). Publications, Essays Comics, Disability
José Alaniz.  “Czech Comics Anthropology: Life and Story in O přibjehi: Keva.” Comics Forum (May 11, 2012). Publications, Essays Comics, Czech-Slovak
Katarzyna Dziwirek. Polish and English “Double Verb” Constructions. In Cognitive Processes in Language, Krzysztof Kosecki and Januszs Badio (eds).Peter Lang. 53-65. Publications, Essays Linguistics
José Alaniz. "Crowd Control: Anxiety of Effluence in Sokurov's 'Russian Ark.'" in Sokurov anthology, ed. Birgit Beumers and Nancy Condee. Publications, Essays Literature, Russian
1850-1950: A Century of Letters among the Bosniaks, Croats, Montenegrins, and Serbs. Bernhard Brehmer & Biljana Golubović, eds. Serbische und kroatische Schriftlinguistik. Hamburg: Verlags Dr. Kovač. 2010. 11-29. Publications, Essays 19th Century, 20th Century, Bosnian Croatian Montenegrin Serbian, Linguistics, Slavic
Katarzyna Dziwirek, Bożena Nowicka McLees. "Polish in the U.S." In Language Diversity in the USA, ed. by Kim Potowski. Cambridge University Press, 2010. 238-254. Publications, Essays Linguistics, Polish

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