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Teaching and research in belarusian language and linguistics a north american perspective

Teaching and Research in Belarusian Language and Linguistics: A North American Perspective

Curt Woolhiser (Brandeis University, USA)


Organisations promoting belarusian studies in north america
Organisations Linguistics: Promoting Belarusian Studies in North America

  • The Belarusian Institute of Arts and Sciences (BINiM), New York, founded in 1951 (Canadian branch founded in 1967)http://kamunikat.org/BINiM.html

  • The North American Association for Belarusian Studies (NAABS), founded in 2001, www.belarusianstudies.org

  • The Center for Belarusian Studies, Southwestern College, Kansas, USA, founded in 2008, http://belarusiancenter.org


Belarusian language courses at north american universities
Belarusian Language Courses at Linguistics: North American Universities

  • New College of Florida (Sarasota, Florida, USA): Beginning Belarusian (4 skills; tutorial, taught 2011-2012), Prof. Alina Wyman

  • University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada: Beginning-Intermediate Belarusian (4 skills, tutorial, taught 2002-2009), Prof. ZinaGimpelevich

  • Cornell University (Ithaca, New York, USA): Belarusian for reading (individual tutorial, taught in 2002 and 2008), Prof. Wayles Browne

  • Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA): Intermediate Belarusian (4 skills; individual tutorial, taught in 2005-2006), Dr. Curt Woolhiser

  • University of Massachusetts (Amherst, Massachusetts, USA): Belarusian for reading (individual tutorial, taught in 2004), Prof. Robert Rothstein


Teaching and research in belarusian language and linguistics a north american perspective
Prof. Linguistics: Alina Wyman and students in Beginning Belarusian, New College of Florida, Sarasota, Florida (AY 2011-2012)


Belarusian language study abroad programmes sponsored by north american universities
Belarusian Language Study Linguistics: AbroadProgrammes Sponsored by North American Universities


Teaching and research in belarusian language and linguistics a north american perspective

Center for Belarusian Studies (Southwestern College, Kansas) Linguistics: International Summer School of Belarusian Studies, Hajnówka, Poland (2009-2010)


Language textbooks and other resources
Language Textbooks Linguistics: and Other Resources


Textbooks grammars and phrasebooks for english speakers
Textbooks, Grammars and Phrasebooks for English Speakers Linguistics:

  • V. Pashkievich, Fundamental Byelorussian (Toronto, vol. 1 1974, vol. 2, 1978)

  • Peter J. Mayo, A Grammar of Byelorussia (Sheffield, UK, The Anglo-Byelorussian Society, 1976)

  • George Stankevich, Conversational Belarusian for English-Speaking Students (Prague 2001). pdf may be downloaded from the Belarus Miscellany website

  • UładzimirKatkoŭski, Belarusian Phrasebook and Dictionary (1999-2001). pdf may be downloaded from the Belarus Miscellany website

  • Chris Marchant, Fundamentals of Modern Belarusian (2004) pdf may be downloaded from the site: http://www.vitba.org



Textbooks for russian speaking intermediate advanced students
Textbooks for Russian-Speaking/Intermediate-Advanced Students

  • С. Аляксандраў і Г. Мыцык.Гаварыса мной па-беларуску/ Говори со мной по-белорусски: Живой разговор каждый день. — Москва: Вариант, 2008.

  • Т. Р. Рамза. Беларускаямова? З задавальненнем! (Для замежныхнавучэнцаў). Мінск «Вышэйшая школа», 2010.


Mova n anova http www movananova by
StudentsMovaNanova”http://www.movananova.by


Mova nanova classes in minsk season 1 january june 2014
StudentsMovaNanova” classes in Minsk, Season 1, January-June 2014


Teaching and research in belarusian language and linguistics a north american perspective

Slavic and Eurasian Language Resource Center, StudentsDuke University, Durham, North Carolina, USAhttp://slaviccenters.duke.edu/webliogra/belarusian


Belarusian linguistics in north america
Belarusian Linguistics in StudentsNorth America

Researchers:

  • Prof. Newel Anthony Brown (Brigham Young University, Utah) language policy, sociolinguistics

  • Prof. AndriyDanylenko (Pace University, New York) comparative Ukrainian and Belarusian historical linguistics, “Prostamova”

  • Prof. Michael Flier (Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts) East Slavic historical linguistics, Belarusian historical dialectology

  • Prof. Raymond Miller (Bowdoin College, Maine) Belarusian dialectology

  • Dr. Curt Woolhiser (Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts)Belarusian sociolinguistics and dialectology, language policy and planning, Belarusian historical linguistics