Roman Ronko | Database of the Dialectal Atlas of the Russian language

Kindly invited to a public lecture at Lexicology, Lexicography, Gramaticography module by guest lecturer Dr. Roman Ronko:


Database of the Dialectal Atlas of the Russian language.


The presentation will give an overview of the main functions of the Database of the Dialectal Atlas of the Russian language. Additionally, it will review three case studies conducted using this material. The first two case studies evaluate the sustainability of dialects using the database and dialect corpora. The last case study focuses on constructing a classification of Russian dialects using dialectometric methods.


Lecture will be in English language on Thursday, 29th of February 2024, at 3 p. m. at ZOOM.


Dr. Roman Vitalevič Ronko has been a researcher at the Dialectology Section at the V.V. Vinogradov Institute of the Russian Language, Russian Academy of Sciences since 2019. Since 2018, he has held a position as lecturer at the Department of Linguistics at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Higher School of Economics. In 2019, he successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis titled The Nominative Object in Old East Slavic and in Northern Russian Dialects from an Areal and Typological Perspective. His expertise lies in Russian speech morphology and syntax, as well as areal and typological linguistics. He has contributed to 15 linguistic field expeditions and has been leading the electronic dialectological atlas project of the Russian language since 2021.