Publications

Refereed

  • Steriopolo, O. (in press). Syntax of homonymous suffixes in Distributed Morphology. Peter Lang.
  • Steriopolo, O., & Wiltschko, M. (2010). Distributed GENDER hypothesis. In G. Zybatow, P. Dudchuk, S. Minor, & E. Pshehotskaya (Eds.), Formal Studies in Slavic Linguistics (pp. 155–172). New York: Peter Lang.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2010). Expressivity in Russian. University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics, 28, 247–262. www.linguistics.ubc.ca/UBCWPL/.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2009). Form and function of expressive morphology: A case study of Russian. Russian Language Journal, 59, 149–194.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2009). Syntactic types of Russian expressive suffixes. Working Papers of the Linguistics Circle (WPLC), 19, 71–109. web.uvic.ca/~wplc/.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2008). The formal properties of Russian expressive suffixes. In A. Antonenko, J. F. Bailyn, & C. Y. Bethin (Eds.), Annual Workshop on Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Stony Brook Meeting 2007 (pp. 374–391). Ann Arbor, Michigan Slavic Publications. www.lsa.umich.edu/slavic/msp/books/FASL16Contents.pdf.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2007). Jer vowels in Russian prepositions. In R. Compton, M. Goledzinowska, & U. Savchenko (Eds.), Annual Workshop on Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Toronto Meeting 2006 (pp. 365–385). Ann Arbor, Michigan Slavic Publications. www.lsa.umich.edu/slavic/msp/books/FASL15Contents.pdf.
  • Wiltschko, M., & Steriopolo, O. (2007). Parameters of variation in the syntax of diminutives. In Milica Radisic (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2007 Canadian Linguistics Association Annual Conference, 12 pages. www.chass.utoronto.ca/~cla-acl/actes2007/Wiltschko_Steriopolo.pdf
  • Steriopolo, O. (2006). The problems of Russian gender in generative grammar. Problems in the Semantics of a Word, Phrase and Text, 16, 186–192.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2006). Russian gender in the framework of generative grammar. Bulletin of the Kyiv National Linguistic University, 9, 45–50.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2006). Russian diminutives in generative grammar: empirical and theoretical questions. Bulletin of the Izmayil State University for the Humanities, 21, 125–129.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2005). Applicative morphemes in Nuuchahnulth. Scientific Bulletin of the Kyiv State Linguistic University, 10, 140–159.
  • Bondarenko, E., & Steriopolo, O. (2005). Speaking norm and territorial variation. Bulletin of the Kyiv National Linguistic University, 8, 27–32.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2002). OCP effects in Kaltungo: An OT analysis. Bulletin of the Izmayil State University for the Humanities, 13, 152–160.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2001). Old English: Analysis of phonological processes. Scientific Bulletin of the Kyiv State Linguistic University, 4, 14–25.
  • Steriopolo, E., & Steriopolo, O. (2001). Functioning of the German vowels in free speech. Materials of the Ukrainian Scientific-Methodic Conference “Speech Communication and Foreign Language Teaching Methodology,” 54–56.
  • Steriopolo, O. (1998). Pragmatics of written text in English discourse. Abstracts zur 29. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik in Dresden, 156.
  • Steriopolo, O. (1997). Functions of auxiliary utterances accompanying the main speech act: English private letters of the 17th century. In Studies in Communicative Phonetics and Foreign Language Teaching Methodology. 133–135.
  • Steriopolo, O. (1997). On the communicative structure of the 17th century English letters. In Materials of the 26th Scientific-Methodic Conference for Instructors and Graduate Students, 58–61.

Refereed by abstract

  • Steriopolo, O. (2009). The syntax of homophonous suffixes: A case study of Russian. In 2009 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities (HICAH) Proceedings. 3368–3390.
  • Steriopolo, O. (2009). Russian gender. In 2009 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities (HICAH) Proceedings (pp. 3391–3402). Honolulu, HI.