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German in Siberia

German is the spoken language of ethnic Germans who today live in several parts of Siberia. They are the descendants of German colonists who settled in the second half of the 18th century in the Volga region, St. Petersburg, in Crimea, Caucasus, Volhynia and other parts of Russia. The Germans living in Siberia today are largely assimilated. However, German as the first language is disappearing from their everyday lives. But a unique language contact situation of spoken German with Russian and other languages was established in Siberia.

Within the framework of the research project “Syntax in contact. Spoken German in Siberia”, researchers from the Department of Languages and Literatures traveled in 2008 and 2010 to Krasnoyarsk (Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University V.P. Astafyev) and in 2015 to Barnaul (Altai State Pedagogical University) to conduct interdisciplinary field research.

The research data consist of audio and video recordings from the Krasnoyarsk region and from the rural locality (selo) Shumanovka in the Altai krai (Russia).

Contact Information

Christiane Andersen, Professor, Linguistics

Box 200, 405 30 Göteborg

Visiting Address:
Lundgrensgatan 7

Phone:
031-786 4363

Syntax in contact

Forskare:
Christiane Andersen, professor i tysk språkvetenskap

Page Manager: Annika Andersson|Last update: 6/24/2020
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