Andriy Danylenko

Andriy Danylenko

Professor
Dyson Liaison for International Travel & Studies
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
Modern Languages and Cultures - NYC

Andriy Danylenko

NYC
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Biography

Faculty Bio

I am a native of Ukraine. Since I started working at Pace in 2002, I have been coordinating the Russian and Slavic Studies Program in the Department of Modern Language and Cultures. A member of numerous professional organizations, I am interested in Slavic linguistics, Ukrainian, Indo-European studies, linguistic typology, socio-linguistics, medieval and early Modern Muslim-Slavic relationships.

Awards and Honors

  • American Association for Ukrainian Studies, American Association for Ukrainian Studies (USA) Publication Prize for the Best Article
  • American Association in Belarusian Studies, The 2007 Zora Kipel Prize for the Best Article in Belarusian Studies
  • Grand-Prix, “The Best Book in Ukraine of the Year 2003” (Book Fair, L’viv, Ukraine)
  • Fulbright, 2016, Fulbright Research Grant
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2013, Invitation Fellowship
  • Dyson College, 2013, Dyson Faculty Excellence in Scholarship Award in the area of Humanities and the Arts
  • 2013, The Provost Grant for the Thinkfinity Initiative for Innovative Teaching, Technology and Research
  • Scholarly Award of the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America, Inc., 2004, Best Scholarly Publication in Ukrainian Studies

Education

BS, Kharkiv University, Ukraine
Russian Language and Literature

MA, Kharkiv University, Ukraine
Russian Language and Literature

PhD, Moscow People's Friendship University, Russia
General Linguistics

Research and Creative Works

Research Interest

Slavic linguistics Indo-European studies linguistic typology socio-linguistics medieval and Early Modern Muslim-Slavic relationships

Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts

Fulbright
February 2016 - June 2016. Federal. Funded. To conduct research on ethnic and linguistic relations within medieval Poland-Lithuania

The Provost Grant for the Thinkfinity Initiative for Innovative Teaching, Technology and Research
June 2013 - August 2013. $5,584.00. Funded. ENHANCING COMPUTER-MEDIATED TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE HUMANITIES The proposed project is aimed at enhancing the computer-mediated teaching of interdisciplinary as well as discipline-specific humanities courses in History, Cultures, and Languages. It is intended to develop resources and tools for creating, collaborating, researching, sharing, in a computer-mediated environment

The Provost Grant ($11,717) for the Thinkfinity Initiative for Innovative Teaching, Technology and Research
January 2011 - December 2011. Pace University, $11,717.00. Funded. “Digital Humanities and Computer-Mediated Instruction in Slavic Studies”

Courses Taught

Past Courses

CSD 223: Psycholinguistics
CSD 380: Seminar in Speech Pathology
FRE 101: Elementary College French I
FRE 102: Elementary College French II
INT 297: Slavic Civilizations
RUS 101: Elementary Russian I
RUS 102: Elementary Russian II
RUS 154: "The Russian Soul" through Flm
RUS 154: Con Artists in Russian Lit
RUS 154: Saints & Fools in Russian Lit
RUS 154: Topic: Slavic Cultures
RUS 154: Tsar, Cossacks, & Svejk
RUS 160: The Russian Soul through Film
RUS 196: Slavs:Austrian-Hungarian Empre
RUS 196: St. Peter:Tre Imperial Russia
RUS 263: Russian for Heritage Speakers
RUS 281: Intermediate Russian I
RUS 282: Intermediate Russian II
RUS 301: Russian Compstn & Converstn
RUS 304: Russian Trnsltn and Intrprtn
RUS 305: Russian for Profsnl Comm.
RUS 309: Russian Translation II
RUS 316: Mstrpces of Rus Lit I
RUS 317: Mstrpces of Rus Lit II
RUS 318: Literatures in Eastern Europe
RUS 320: Comprtv Sdy of Rus & Slav Lang
RUS 324: Cltre: Ltry Rdgs in Rus & Slav
RUS 380: Seminar: Mixail Bulgakov
RUS 395: Independent Study in Russian
TRS 200: Intro to Translation Studies

Publications and Presentations

Publications

Iazychie and Surzhyk: Mixing Languages and Identities in the Ukrainian Borderlands
(2015, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Kamusella, Tomasz, Nomachi, Motoki, and Catherine Gibson (Eds.), UK :Palsgrave Macmillan. , pages 81-100.

The chicken or the egg? Onomatopoeic particles and verbs in Lithuanian and East Slavic
(2015, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). Arkadiev, Peter, Holvoet, Axel, and Björn Wiemer (Eds.), Netherlands :Mouton de Gruyter. , pages 523-42.

How Many Varieties of Standard Ukrainian Does One Need?
(2015, June). Die Welt der Slaven. Vol 60 (Issue 2) , pages 223-47.

Review of Dino, U. Pietro. ALILETOESCVR: linguistica baltica delle origini. Books & Company. Livorno. 2010.
(2015, May). Vol 93 , pages 338-340.

Grammaticalization and Lexicalization in Slavic languages: Proceedings from the 36th meeting of the Commission on the Grammatical Structure of the Slavic Languages of the International Committee of Slavists
(2014, December). Grammaticalization and Lexicalization in Slavic languages: Proceedings from the 36th meeting of the Commission on the Grammatical Structure of the Slavic Languages of the International Committee of Slavists. Otto Sagner Verlag.

Grammaticalization and Lexicalization in Slavic languages: Proceedings from the 36th meeting of the Commission on the Grammatical Structure of the Slavic Languages of the International Committee of Slavists
(2014, December). Grammaticalization and Lexicalization in Slavic languages: Proceedings from the 36th meeting of the Commission on the Grammatical Structure of the Slavic Languages of the International Committee of Slavists. Otto Sagner Verlag.
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On the Relativization Strategies in East Slavic
(2014, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Munich, Germany :Otto Sagner Verlag. , pages 183-204.

Between an Imagined Language and a Codified Dialect
(2014, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Acta Slavica Iaponica. Vol 35 , pages 135-45.

Review of Salvatore Del Gaudio, On the Nature of Suržyk: A Double Perspective. Munich, Berlin, Vienna, 2010
(2013). Vol 91 (Issue 2) , pages 317–318.

Ukrainian in the Language Map of Central Europe: Questions of Areal-Typological Profiling
(2013, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Vol 6 (Issue 1) , pages 134-159.

Review of Hanne Marine Eckhoff, Old Russian Possessive Constructions. A Construction Grammar Approach. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2011
(2012). Vol 56 (Issue 4) , pages 662-664.

…[I]s farsijskōhō i s tureckōhō jażika na ruśk’ij jezik perelōžil”: Script and Language Choice in Medieval Ruthenia
(2012). Izmirlieva, Valentina and Boris Gasparov (Eds.), Zürich, Berlin :LIT Verlag. , pages 86-105.

Review of Steven J. Clancy, The Chain of Being and Having in Slavic. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2010
(2012, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Vol 56 (Issue 2) , pages 322-324.

Auxiliary Clitics in Southwest Ukrainian: Questions of Chronology, Areal Distribution, and Grammaticalization
(2012, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Vol 20 (Issue 1) , pages 3-34.

Presentations

Ukrainian in the Language Map of Europe
(2015, October 02). The All-Ukrainian Conference Dedicated to the Memory of the Correspondent Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, V. V. Akulenko. Kharkiv University, Kharkiv, Ukraine,

Shakespeare in the translations of Pantelejmon Kulish
(2015, September 30). Invited Lecture. Kharkiv Philological-Historical Society,

Language Contact and the Grammaticalization of Comitative and Instrumental Categories in Slavic
(2015, September 4). Slavic Linguistics Society. Slavic Linguistics Society,

Do the Parallels Meet? On the Origin of the Accusative Case with Infinitive Construction in Slavic
(2015, September 2). SLE 2015 - 48th Annual Meeting. Societas Linguistica Europaea,

The Prohibitive Laws of 1863, 1876, and 1881 Against the Ukrainian Language in the Russian Empire: Their Origins and Consequences
(2015, August 3). The International Council for Central and East European Studies IX World Congress. Makuhari, Japan.

Ukrainian in the Language Map of Europe
(2015, March 17). The Institute of the East European Studies, Charles University,

Standard Ukrainian: How Many Varieties Does One Need
(2015, February 23). Seminar. Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute

Slavic vs. Standard Average European
(2014, November 21). UTSA, English Department

Slavic vs. Standard Average European
(2014, November 21). English Department, UTSA,

How Many Standard Ukrainian Does One Need?
(2014, November 20). 46th Annual Convention of the ASEEES. ASEEES,

“Darwinian Linguistics”, Aleksandr Popov (1855–1880), and the Reconstruction of Indo-European Noun Inflection
(2014, August 25). 13th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences. UTAD–Vila Real, ,

The “bastard tongue” and the “doubling of Hallelujah”
(2014, June 11). States. Peoples. Languages. A Comparative Political History of Ukrainian. 1863–2013. Harvard University, Ukrainian Research Institute,

Relativization Strategies in East Slavic
(2012, November 15). 44th National Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies. Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies,

Shakespeare in Peasant Leather shoes: Shakespeare in the 19th-Century Ukrainian Translations
(2012, October 1). Harvard University,

Ukrainian and Russian in contact. From acculturation to deculturation
(2012, September 4). Oslo University,

Relativization Strategies in East Slavic vs. Standard Average European
(2012, August 29). SLE 2012 – 45th Annual Meeting. Societas Linguistica Europaea,

Ukrainian Linguistics in North America
(2012, April 17). Kharkiv Pedagogical University,

The Chicken or the Egg? Onomatopoeic Particles and Verbs in East Slavic
(2011, November). 43rd National Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies. Washington, DC.

Ukrainian in the language map of Europe
(2011, November). Grammaticalization and Lexicalization in Slavic Languages, November 11-13, 2011. Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University,

Ukrainian in its relation to a central European Sprachbund
(2011, September). Societas Linguistica Europaea. SLE 2011 – 44th Annual Meeting. University of la Rioja, Logroño, Spain.

“Giving credit where credit is due: jazyčie and suržyk in their relation to new literary Ukrainian (1789)”
(2011, April). The Annual Conference, BASEES. The British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies,

Ukrainian among languages of Europe: grammaticalization, replication, and migration
(2010, April). Invited Lecture. Linguistics Colloquium, Mainz University,

From acculturation to hybridization: Ukrainian and Russian in contact
(2010, April). New Challenges for Multilingualism in Europe. LINEE,

Professional Contributions and Service

Professional Memberships

  • American Association for Belarusian Studies
  • American Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies
  • American Association for Ukrainian Studies
  • American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages
  • Kharkiv Historical and Philological Society
  • Ukrainian Free Academy of Arts and Sciences, Inc [Full Member]

Department Service

  • Modern Languages and Cultures ePortfolio [Co-creator]
  • Translation Studies Minor

College Service

  • Modern Languages and Cultures ePortfolio Modern Languages and Cultures ePortfolio [Other]
  • Dyson Humanities and Social Sciences Seminar Dyson Humanities and Social Sciences Seminar [Other]

University Service

  • NYFC Faculty Affairs Committee [Committee Member]
  • NYFC Committee of the Student Affairs [Committee Member]
  • NYFC Committees of Admissions and Retention [Committee Member]

Professional Service

Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute Publications [Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer]
The National Council for Science of the Republic of Croatia [Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer]