The Question of "Cultural Language" and Interdialectal Norm in 16th Century Slovak Administrative-Legal Texts. Defended 1995 (Chair: Marc L. Greenberg). Director of Language Learning Technology and Associate Professor, Department of Modern and Classical Languages, University of Kentucky. Mark teaches courses in both general and language-specific linguistics, and is the director of technology-based projects for the departrments of Modern and Classical Languages and Hispanic Studies at the University of Kentucky. His current research interests are in historical and contemporary dialectology and sociolinguistics, especially language standardization, language planning and linguistic legislation - in both West Slavic (Polish, Czech, Slovak) and broader European (French, German, Norwegian) settings. He also works on issues of implementing academic technology in language pedagogy, as well as in research computing for the humanities. He is actively involved in numerous professional organizations for linguistics, Slavic studies and academic technology, and is webmaster and listowner for the Slovak Studies Association. (09/2005)
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Why KU Slavic?
KU’s Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies program is one of only 12 federally-funded national resource centers in the US
Only doctoral program in Slavic Languages and Literatures between the Mississippi and the West Coast
100% of graduate students in the Slavic program had funding in academic year 2012-13
KU's Libraries house over 500,000 volumes of Slavic books and electronic editions
Two of the department’s last four doctoral candidates have won a Fulbright grants to conduct dissertation research abroad