Gregory D. S. Anderson (Salem/Washington D.C.)
Linguistic and Socio-Historical Perspectives on Russian Colonialism and Hegemony in Native Siberia
Jargal Badagarov (Ulan-Ude)
Russian Expansion and northern Mongolic: Russian borrowings in the 19th century Buryat documents
Olivier Bailblé (Beijing)
Mechanisms of syntactic and semantic change in Korean Language from the end of the 15th century to present: focus on problems of external borrowing
Tamara Borgoiakova (Abakan)
Language Policies and Language Loyalties after Twenty Years in Post-Soviet Russia: the Case of Khakassia
Katia Chirkova (Paris)
Competing influences of Tibetan and Chinese on the languages of the Sino-Tibetan borderland
Christel Stolz (Bremen)
The German linguistic mini-Reich: of past and present assimilation processes
Polina Dashinimaeva (Ulan-Ude)
Psychoneurophysiological issues of language competition (empirical data from the Buryat-Russian codes coexistence)
Picus Ding (Hong Kong)
Chinese Influence on Vietnamese: a Sinospheric tale
José Antonio Flores Farfán (México, D.F.)
From an "imperial" to a minoritized language: the case of Nahuatl
Steven Roger Fischer (Auckland)
Imperial Myths and Island Realities: Language Longevity in Oceania
Alicia Fuentes (Barcelona)
Urs Gösken (Bern)
"Arabic" perception of Persian words by Persian native speakers themselves
Lenore A. Grenoble (Chicago)
Contact-induced change and language shift: The impact of Russian
Ekaterina Gruzdeva (Helsinki)
Sociolinguistic and linguistic outcomes of Nivkh-Russian language contact
Françoise Guérin (Paris)
The evolution of Chechen in asymmetric contact with Russian
Ewald Hekking (Querétaro)
The impact of Spanish on Otomí and the language use of its native speakers: a case study of an asymmetrical language contact situation on the highlands of Central Mexico
Gerd Hentschel (Oldenburg)
Mixed discourse, mixed speech, mixed lect: the case of Russian and Belarussian in Belarus
Boglárka Janurik (Szeged)
Structural changes in the code-switching variety of Erzya
Lars Johanson (Mainz)
Four language empires: the Uyghur, Mongol, Ottoman, and Russian realms
Inna Kaysina (Bremen)
Russian grammatical borrowings in Udmurt
Erzhen Khilkhanova (Ulan-Ude)
Internal Factors of Code-Switching in the Buryat-Russian Bilingual Discourse
Henning Klöter (Bochum)
Patterns of Language Contact and the flow of loanwords: the case of Taiwan in the 20th century
Nataliya Levkovych (Bremen)
Diana Lindner (Oldenburg)
Collective Convictions of the Mixed Speech Speaker in Belarus
Stefano Manfredi (Napoli)
A socio-historical overview of Arabic borrowings in Laggori
Thomas Menzel (Oldenburg)
Belarusian vs. Russian, regularity vs. irregularity in adjective and adverb comparison of Mixed Speech in Belarus
Katrin Mutz (Bremen)
Hybrid languages in francophone spaces
Sonja Novak Lukanovič (Ljubljana)
The impact of economy on language diversity in Slovenia
Dónall Ó Riágain (Dublin)
Cracks in the Foundation of a Language Empire – the Resurgence of Autochthonous Lesser Used Languages in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland
Steve Pagel (Halle)
The aftermath of empire: on the linguistic ecology of Spanish in the Pacific
Peter Rosenberg (Frankfurt/Oder)
Language islands in inundation: German in Russia and Brazil
Gulshen Sakhatova (Bremen)
Levels of Turkmen-Russian Interpenetration
Zsuzsa Salánki (Budapest)
Among Russian and Turkic Languages: the Bilingual Situation of a Finno-Ugric Language in the Volga Federal District. The Udmurt Case
Erika Sandman (Helsinki)
Chinese in Contact with Tibetan - the Case of Wutun Language
Martina Schrader-Kniffki (Bremen)
Spanish influence in colonial Zapotec in Oaxaca/Mexiko
Svitlana Shakh (Hamburg)
Asymmetrical bilingualism in the Russophone urban areas of Ukraine and its linguistic outcomes
Thomas Stolz (Bremen)
Different kinds of linguistic Empires - Guidelines for the discussion of a newly introduced concept
Thomas Stolz (Bremen)
Language Empires and Language Contact
Titima Suthiwan (Singapore)
Sinosphere and Indosphere in Thai and Khmer: a comparative study of Language Empires of Southeast Asia
Uri Tadmor (Berlin)
Language Contact in Malay-Indonesian: The Asymmetry Effect
Mohand Tilmatine (Cádiz)
Arabization and Linguistic domination: Berber and Arabic in the North of Africa
Mauro Tosco (Torino)
"Imperial empires" and "democratic empires": Arabic and the "minorities", yesterday and today
Aina Urdze (Bremen)
Diaspora varieties
Anna Verschik (Tallinn)
Contact-induced language change in a former imperial language: the case of Estonia's Russian
Kees Versteegh (Nijmegen)
An empire of learning: Arabic as a global language
Alejandra Vidal (Formosa); Imme Kuchenbrandt (Frankfurt)
Challenges of linguistic diversity in Formosa
Min Wang (Tokyo)
Re-recognition of East Asian Cultural Sphere (Kanji Cultural Sphere)
Søren Wichmann (Leipzig)
Loanwords within stable vocabulary from imperial language into other languages of the world
Marina Wienberg (Bremen)
Russian lexical borrowings in Kazakh texts
Anastassia Zabrodskaja (Tartu)
Russian-Estonian bidirectional transfer
Nelia Zhamaganova (Ulan-Ude)
The Buryat language in the age of globalization: perspectives of the ethnic minorities' language development (linguistic and sociolinguistic aspects)
Klaus Zimmermann (Bremen)