by appointment via email
- L2 Prosody
- Annotation systems of L2 intonation
- Intonation and information structure
Zuban, Y., Rathcke, T., Zerbian, S. (2020) Intonation of yes-no questions by heritage speakers of Russian. Proceedings of 10th Speech Prosody, Tokyo, Japan, 96-100.
- Wiese, Heike; Alexiadou, Artemis; Allen, Shanley; Bunk, Oliver; Gagarina, Natalia; Iefremenko, Kateryna; Jahns, Esther; Klotz, Martin; Krause, Thomas; Labrenz, Annika; Lüdeling, Anke; Martynova, Maria; Neuhaus, Katrin; Pashkova, Tatiana; Rizou, Vicky; Rosemarie, Tracy; Schroeder, Christoph; Szucsich, Luka; Tsehaye, Wintai; Zerbian, Sabine; Zuban, Yulia. (2019). RUEG Corpus (Version 0.2.0) [Data set]. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3236069
- Zuban, Yulia, Rathcke Tamara & Sabine Zerbian: “Intonation of yes-no questions by heritage speakers of Russian in the US and Germany.” Talk at the research colloquium “Phonology,” University of Stuttgart, July 2021.
- Zuban, Yulia. “RUEG Project. Word order in heritage Russian: What drives the difference between heritage speakers and monolinguals?” Invited talk at the course "Herkunftssprachen" at the institute of German linguistics, University of Stuttgart, June 2021.
- Zuban, Yulia. “Word order, information structure and intonation in heritage Russian in the U.S.” Talk at the research colloquium “Phonology,” University of Stuttgart, June 2021.
- Zuban, Yulia, Martynova, Maria, Szucsich, Luka, Zerbian, Sabine & Gagarina, Natalia. “Word order in heritage Russian: Transfer effects?“ Poster at the Thirteenth Heritage Language Virtual Research Institute, June 2021.
- Martynova, Maria, Zuban, Yulia, Szucsich, Luka, Zerbian, Sabine & Natalia Gagarina “Word order in heritage Russian: Transfer effects?“ Talk at the Manchester Forum in Linguistics, April 2021.
- Zuban, Yulia & Sabine Zerbian: “Word Order in Heritage Russian in the US: clause type matters” Poster at the RUEG online Conference “Dynamics of Language Contact – New Perspectives on Emerging Grammars, Variation and Change”, February 2021.
- Zuban, Yulia, Martynova, Maria, Szucsich Luka, Gagarina Natalia & Sabine Zerbian: “Word order in heritage Russian: majority language and clause type matter” Talk at the Colloquium of Slavic Linguistics, Humboldt University of Berlin, January 2021.
- Zuban, Yulia, Rathcke Tamara & Sabine Zerbian: “Intonation of yes-no questions by heritage speakers of Russian.” Talk at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS 2020), University of Hamburg, March 2020.
- Zuban, Yulia, Tatiana Pashkova: “Emerging Grammars for Referent Introduction in Heritage Speakers’ Two Languages.” Talk at the 12th International Symposium on Bilingualism, University of Alberta, June 2019.
- Zuban, Yulia: “L2 Question Intonation: Russian Speakers of English.” Talk at GAL research school Elizitationsverfaren in der Mehrsprachigkeitsforschung (RSEM), Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany, March 2017.
- Zuban, Yulia: “L2 Question Intonation: Russian Speakers of English.” Poster at 42. Österreichische Linguistiktagung at the Workshop ‘Second Language Prosody (SLaP)’.Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria, November 2016.
SS17 Basic Phonetics and Phonology
10/2016 - heute
Research Assistant at the University of Stuttgart
Student Assistant at the University of Stuttgart, Institute of English Linguistics
M.A. in English studies, University of Stuttgart, M.A. thesis grade: 1,3
B.A. in Journalism, National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE Moskau).
Russian Mother Tongue
French Basic (A2)
Hungarian Beginner (A1)
- Since April 2021: DFG-Projekt RUEG “Dynamics of information structure in language contact” (P8)
- April 2018 - April 2021: DFG-Projekt RUEG “Intonation and word order in majority English and heritage Russian across speaker populations” (P7).
- June 2019 - March 2020: together with Maria Martynova (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Tatiana Pashkova (Universität Kaiserslautern) and Vicky Rizou (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin): Organisation of AG1 "Variation in heritage languages: Language contact vs. internal developments" at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS 2020) at the University of Hamburg.