The Iźva Komi Project
funded by:
funded by
Iźva Komi: Building an annotated
digital corpus for future research on
Komi speech communities in
northernmost R...
funded by
Коми-ижемцы: Создание
аннотированного электронного
корпуса для дальнейших
исследований по коми языковым
сообщест...
funded by
Structure:
1. Work group
2. Objectives
3. Reasons for documentation
funded by
Work group in three cities:
Freiburg, Munich and Syktyvkar
funded by
Work group in Germany:
University of Munich:
Dr. Rogier Blokland
University of Freiburg:
Dr. Michael Rießler
Nik...
funded by
Work group in the Komi Republic:
Komi Republican Academy of
State Service and Administration:
Dr. Marina Fedina
...
funded by
Main goal of the project:
Improve the availability of linguistic
documentation of varieties of Iźva Komi
Main ou...
funded by
A digital corpus of spoken Iźva Komi
a) based on
i) existing legacy materials
ii) fieldwork
b) annotated
c) link...
funded by
Annotation metadata: orthographic transcription
and translations (program: ELAN; 3+ tiers)
funded by
2
Reasons for documenting Iźva Komi:
1. All Uralic languages apart from Hungarian, Finnish and
Estonian are enda...
funded by
2
Reasons for documenting Iźva Komi:
1. All Uralic languages apart from Hungarian, Finnish and
Estonian are enda...
funded by
2
Reasons for documenting Iźva Komi:
1. All Uralic languages apart from Hungarian, Finnish and
Estonian are enda...
funded by
2
Reasons for documenting Iźva Komi:
1. All Uralic languages apart from Hungarian, Finnish and
Estonian are enda...
funded by
The dialects of the
Komi-Zyrian language
funded by
2
The Iźva dialect of the
Komi-Zyrian language
funded by
The spread of the Iźva dialect
across northern Russia
funded by
The spread of the Iźva dialect
across northern Russia
1. Kola Peninsula
2. Nenets AO
3. Yamalo-Nenets AO
4. Khan...
funded by
2
The project will do fieldwork in:
1. The Iźva-speaking area in the Komi Republic
(language contact with Russia...
funded by
2
Documentation ≠ description!
funded by
2
Language documentation:
1. Making language material available to a wide range of
audiences (linguists, speaker...
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Kone project syktyvkar

  1. 1. The Iźva Komi Project funded by:
  2. 2. funded by Iźva Komi: Building an annotated digital corpus for future research on Komi speech communities in northernmost Russia
  3. 3. funded by Коми-ижемцы: Создание аннотированного электронного корпуса для дальнейших исследований по коми языковым сообществам российского Крайнего Севера
  4. 4. funded by Structure: 1. Work group 2. Objectives 3. Reasons for documentation
  5. 5. funded by Work group in three cities: Freiburg, Munich and Syktyvkar
  6. 6. funded by Work group in Germany: University of Munich: Dr. Rogier Blokland University of Freiburg: Dr. Michael Rießler Niko Partanen, MA
  7. 7. funded by Work group in the Komi Republic: Komi Republican Academy of State Service and Administration: Dr. Marina Fedina Syktyvkar State University: Vasilij Chuprov
  8. 8. funded by Main goal of the project: Improve the availability of linguistic documentation of varieties of Iźva Komi Main outcome: A digital corpus of spoken Iźva Komi varieties from inside and outside the Komi Republic, annotated and linked to multimedia files
  9. 9. funded by A digital corpus of spoken Iźva Komi a) based on i) existing legacy materials ii) fieldwork b) annotated c) linked to multimedia files d) metadata in standard Komi, Russian & English e) Translations into Russian and English
  10. 10. funded by Annotation metadata: orthographic transcription and translations (program: ELAN; 3+ tiers)
  11. 11. funded by 2 Reasons for documenting Iźva Komi: 1. All Uralic languages apart from Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian are endangered
  12. 12. funded by 2 Reasons for documenting Iźva Komi: 1. All Uralic languages apart from Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian are endangered 2. Many major Uralic languages are not well documented
  13. 13. funded by 2 Reasons for documenting Iźva Komi: 1. All Uralic languages apart from Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian are endangered 2. Many major Uralic languages are not well documented 3. The dialect monograph on Iźva Komi is from 1976, nearly 40 years old
  14. 14. funded by 2 Reasons for documenting Iźva Komi: 1. All Uralic languages apart from Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian are endangered 2. Many major Uralic languages are not well documented 3. The dialect monograph on Iźva Komi is from 1976, nearly 40 years old 4. The language contact situation of Iźva Komi is very interesting for contact linguistics in general
  15. 15. funded by The dialects of the Komi-Zyrian language
  16. 16. funded by 2 The Iźva dialect of the Komi-Zyrian language
  17. 17. funded by The spread of the Iźva dialect across northern Russia
  18. 18. funded by The spread of the Iźva dialect across northern Russia 1. Kola Peninsula 2. Nenets AO 3. Yamalo-Nenets AO 4. Khanty-Mansi AO
  19. 19. funded by 2 The project will do fieldwork in: 1. The Iźva-speaking area in the Komi Republic (language contact with Russian) 2. The Kola Peninsula (language contact with Saami) 3. The Khanty-Mansi AO (language contact with Mansi and Khanty) 4. The Yamalo-Nenets AO (language contact with Nenets)
  20. 20. funded by 2 Documentation ≠ description!
  21. 21. funded by 2 Language documentation: 1. Making language material available to a wide range of audiences (linguists, speakers, others) 2. In our case (relatively) inaccessible ‘legacy’ material is to be made digitally accessible 3. Material thus made available can be used for description, but this is not our task!

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