Edward Vajda

Professor
Department of Modern and Classical Languages
Western Washington University
E-mail: edward.vajda@wwu.edu
Page: http://pandora.cii.wwu.edu/vajda/

Fields of interest:

Russian culture, language and history, general linguistics, endangered languages of Siberia

Recent publications:

E. Vajda,
Vestigial possessive morphology in Na-Dene and Yeniseian.
Working Papers in Athabaskan (Dene) Languages 2012.
(Alaska Native Language Center Working Papers No. 11). Fairbanks: ANLC, 2013. Pp. 79-91.

E. Vajda,
Siberian landscapes in Ket traditional culture.
Landscape and culture in Northern Eurasia, ed. Peter Jordan. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press 2011. Pp. 297-304.

E. Vajda,
Ket Spiritual Healing through Time and Space.
Medical Pluralism in Central and Southeastern Siberia: Buriat, Evenki, Orochen, and Ket healing traditions. (Northern People’s Medical Traditions, vol. 1), ed. David G. Anderson. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press 2010.

E. Vajda,
A Siberian link with the Na-Dene.
Archeological Papers of the University of Alaska, Volume 6,
New Series. 2009, pp. 75-156.

E. Vajda,
Ditransitive constructions in Ket.
The typology of ditransitives, ed. B. Comrie, M. Haspelmath. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.

E. Vajda (ed.),
Subordination and coordination strategies in North Asian languages.
Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2008.

E. Vajda,
The languages of Siberia.
Linguistic compass 2 (2008), pp. 1-19.

E. Vajda,
Russian Punctuation and Related Symbols (co-authored with V. I. Umanets),
Bloomington,Indiana: Slavica Publishers, 2005.

E. Vajda,
Morfologicheskij slovar’ ketskogo glagola na osnove juzhnoketskogo dialekta [Morphologicaldictionary of the Ket verb, southern dialect] (co-authored with Marina Zinn), Tomsk: TGPU 2004.
Ket (Languages of the World/Materials Volume 204.) Munich: Lincom Europa, 2004.

E. Vajda (ed.),
Languages and Prehistory of Central Siberia.
(Current issues in linguistic theory,262.). Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2004.

E. Vajda,
Yeniseian Peoples and Languages: a history of their study with an annotated bibliography and a source guide.
Surrey, England: Curzon Press, 2001.

E. Vajda,
Ket Prosodic Phonology.
(Languages of the World 15.) Munich: Lincom Europa 2000.