Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
Gender Nondiscriminatory Language Debates in Present-Day Serbia:אֵין כָּל חָדָשׁ תַּחַת הַשֶׁמֶשׁ. Cetinjski filološki dani III. 31-55. 2022. Publications, Essays
BCMS Clitic Deprivation. Lingua Montenegrina. 14.1.27: 21-38. 2021. Publications, Essays
What to Expect When You’re a Minority? The Example of the Bunyevs of Serbia. Acta Slavica Iaponica. 41:73-90. 2020. Publications, Essays
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
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
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
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 Standard Language Ideology in Serbia and Poland. Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies (Belgrade BELLS). 10: 177-192. 2018. (with Motoki Nomachi) Publications, Essays
Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian in U.S. College Classrooms. Lingua Montenegrina. 10.2.20: 65-76. 2017. Publications, Essays
Vojvodina’s Minority Languages in Light of a Language Emancipation Theory. Balkanistic Forum. 3:19-33. 2017. (with Motoki Nomachi) Publications, Essays
Autism Function in "Anton's Right Here," Cultures of Representation: Disability in World Cinema Contexts, Wallflower Press, 2016. Publications, Essays
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
"Intervju z Michaelom Bigginsom o Tomažu Šalamunu," in Literatura (Ljubljana, Slovenia), vol. 27 (2015), no. 283. Publications, Essays
Уникатна контрола у савременом српском језику: инфинитив и презент са свезицом да. Serbian Studies Research. 5/1:253-267. 2014. Publications, Essays
Bunyev(s): A Linguistic Frontier To Be? Philological Studies. 12/2:603-618. 2014. Publications, Essays
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
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
Review of Poka noch’ nas ne razluchit’. Kinokultura (June, 2013). Publications, Essays
Jose Alaniz.  “([Post-] Soviet Zone of Dystopia: Voronovich/Tkalenko’s Sterva.” Slavic & East European Journal, No. 57 (2) (Summer 2013). Publications, Essays
José Alaniz.  “History in Czech Comics: Lucie Lomová’s Divoši.” Ulbandus, Vol. 15 (2013). Publications, Essays
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
“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
José Alaniz.  “‘Will You Listen to That!’: (Dis)Ability in Moore/Willingham’s In Blackest Night.” Comics Forum (Sept. 7, 2012). Publications, Essays
José Alaniz.  “Czech Comics Anthropology: Life and Story in O přibjehi: Keva.” Comics Forum (May 11, 2012). Publications, Essays
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