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cover of Philology Broad and Deep: In Memoriam Horace Gray LuntPhilology Broad and Deep: In Memoriam Horace Gray Lunt

Edited by Michael S. Flier, David J. Birnbaum, and Cynthia M. Vakareliyska.
Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers. 2014.

  • “The Murder of Andrej Bogoljubskij in Word and Image,” in Philology Broad and Deep: In Memoriam Horace G. Lunt, ed. Michael S. Flier, David J. Birnbaum, and Cynthia M. Vakareliyska, 103–117 + 7 figs. Bloomington, IN: Slavica. 2014.

  • “Transporting Jerusalem: The Epiphany Ritual in St. Petersburg,” in Rites of Place: Public Commemoration in Russia and Eastern Europe, ed. Julie A. Buckler and Emily Johnson, 15–33.  Evanston: Northwestern University Press. 2013.

  • Editor of Horace G. Lunt, Old Church Slavonic Glossary, 3rd corrected edition. Cambridge: Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures. 2012.

  • “Envisioning the Ruler in Medieval Rus’: The Iconography of Intercession and Architecture,” in Dubitando: Studies in History and Culture in Honor of Donald Ostrowski. Ed. Brian J. Boeck, Russell E. Martin, and Daniel Rowland, 181–192 + 13 figs. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers. 2012.

  • “Love’s Labour’s Lost: Mazepa’s Grammar of Romance,” in Poltava 1709: The Battle and the Myth. Ed. Serhii Plokhy, 413–31.  Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 2012 [= Harvard Ukrainian Studies 31, nos. 1–4 (2009–2010), pub. 2012].

  • [co-authored with Dean S. Worth], “Language” in The Cambridge Companion to Russian Culture, ed. Nicholas Rzhevsky. 2nd rev. ed., 19–43.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2012.

  • “V rucie Isusu: K voprosu o novgorodskom vlijanii v nastennyx nadpisjax Zolotoj palaty Kremlja [Into the Hands of Joshua: On Novgorodian Influence in the Mural Inscriptions of the Kremlin’s Golden Hall]” in Translation and Tradition in “Slavia Orthodoxa”, Ed. Valentina Izmirlieva and Boris Gasparov,  132–40. Zurich and Berlin: Lit Verlag. 2012.

  • “Suržyk at the Top: The Linguistic Dimension of Kučmagate,” Studien zu Sprache, Literatur und Kultur bei den Slaven: Gendenkschrift für George Y. Shevelov aus Anlass seines 100. Geburtstages und 10. Todestages. Ed. Andrii Danylenko and Serhii Vakulenko, 245–51. Die Welt der Slaven Sammelbände. Sborniki, no. 42. Munich and Berlin: Otto Sagner. 2012.

  • Editor, Ukrainian Philology and Linguistics in the Twenty-First Century. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 2007/publ. 2011 [= Harvard Ukrainian Studies 29, nos. 1–4].

  • “Ukrainian Philology and Linguistics in the Twenty-First Century,” Ukrainian Philology and Linguistics in the Twenty-First Century, ed. Michael S. Flier, 13-17. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 2007/published 2011.

  • “Holy Images for the Grand Prince,” Portraits of Old Russia: Imagined Lives of Ordinary People, 1300–1725. Ed. Donald Ostrowski and Marshall T. Poe, 129–38. Armonk, N.Y. and London: M. E. Sharpe, 2011.

  • Izbrannye trudy [Selected Works]. 2 vols. v. 1: Raboty po sinxroničeskoj lingvistike [Studies in Synchronic Linguistics]. Moscow: Jazyki russkoj kul’tury. 2010.

  • “Obraz gosudarja v Moskovskom obrjade Verbnogo Voskresen´ja” [Image of the Sovereign in the Muscovite Ritual of Palm Sunday,” Prostranstvennye ikony. Performativnoe v Vizantii i Drevnej Rusi [Spatial Icons: Performativity in Byzantium and Medieval Rus´], ed. Alexei Lidov, 533–562. Moscow: Indrik, 2011.

  • Coeditor [with Valerie Kivelson, Karen Petrone, and Nancy Shields Kollmann] of The New Muscovite Cultural History: A Collection in Honor of Daniel B. Rowland. Bloomington, Ind.: Slavic Publishers, Inc., 2009.

  • "Church of the Intercession / Saint Basil’s Cathedral" in Picturing Russia: Explorations in Visual Culture, ed. Valerie A. Kivelson and Joan Neuberger, 42–46 + pl. 8.1. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2008.

  • "The Fourth Velar Palatalization in Ukrainian: The Southwestern Dialects,” Verba Docenti. Studies in Historical and Indo-European Linguistics Presented to Jay H. Jasanoff by Students, Colleagues, and Friends, ed. Alan J. Nussbaum, 73–82. Ann Arbor-New York: Beech Stave Press. 2007.

  • “Political Ideas and Ritual,” chapter 17 in the Cambridge History of Russia, 3 vols., v. 1: From Early Rus’ to 1689, ed. Maureen Perrie, 387–408. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press. 2006.

  • “Court Ceremony in Russia (fifteenth–seventeenth centuries)” in Supplement to the Modern Encyclopedia of Russian, Soviet, and Eurasian History, ed. Bruce F. Adams, 105–111. Gulf Breeze, Fla.: Academic International Press. 2006.

  • "Seeing is Believing: The Semiotics of Dynasty and Destiny in Muscovite Rus’,” Ceremonial Culture in Pre-Modern Europe. Ed. Nicholas Howe, 63–88. Notre Dame, Ind.: Notre Dame University Press. 2006.

  • Coeditor [with Henning Andersen] and annotator of Francis J. Whitfield, Old Church Slavic Reader, Oakland: Berkeley Slavic Specialties, 2004.

  • Innovation in the East Slavic Non-Past: The Case of Belarusian First-Person Plural idom, American Contributions to the Thirteenth International Congress of Slavists, Ljubljana, 2003. Vol. 1: Linguistics. Ed. Alan Timberlake, 6577. Bloomington, Indiana: Slavic Publishers, Inc. 2003.

  • K semiotičeskomu analizu Zolotoj palaty Moskovskogo Kremlja [Towards a semiotic analysis of the Moscow Kremlin's Golden Hall], Drevnerusskoe iskusstvo. Russkoe iskusstvo pozdnego Srednevekov'ja: Šestnadcatyj vek. Ed. Andrej Batalov et al., 178-87, (2003).

  • The Monomakh Throne: Ivan the Terrible and the Architectonics of Destiny, Architecture and the Expression of Group Identity-The Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, 1500- Present. Ed. James Cracraft and Daniel Rowland, 21-33, 216-18, (2003).

  • Till the End of Time : The Apocalypse in Russian Historical Experience before 1500, Orthodox Russia : Studies in Belief and Practice, 1492-1936. Ed. Valerie A. Kivelson and Robert H. Greene, 127-58, (2003).

  • K voprosu o kriterijax fonetičeskogo varirovanija i grammatikalizacii v russkom jazyke [On criteria for phonetic variation and grammaticalization in Russian] in Avanesovskij sbornik: K 100-letiju so dnja rozhdenija R. I. Avanesova . Ed. N. N. Pšeničnova, 246-51, (2002).

  • Surzhyk: The Rules of Engagement (1999).

  • Now You See It, Now You Don't: The Ukrainian Phoneme j in Context (1998).

  • The Jer Shift and Consequent Mechanisms of Sharping (Palatalization) in East Slavic. (1998).

  • Pokrovskij sobor i arxitektonika moskovskix srednevekovyx ritualov [The Church of the Intercession and the Architechtonics of Medieval Muscovite Rituals] (1998).

  • Co-editor, Medieval Russian Culture, II (1994); co-ed. Medieval Russian Culture (1984); Aspects of Nominal Determination in Old Church Slavic (1974).