Books
The 2007 book is
the English version of my thesis, the 2009 one is based on the Russian version (with some corrections and additions, and with extensive introductory chapters). Many ideas were developed and revised in later papers. The 2011 book is the first Russian textbook in generative grammar.
  • Mitrenina, O., Romanova, Zh., & Slioussar, N. (2011). Vvedenie v generativnuju grammatiku (in Russian, ‘Introduction to generative grammar’). Moscow: Editorial URSS. What’s inside?
  • Slioussar, N. (2009). Na styke teorij: Grammatika i informacionnaja struktura v russkom i drugix jazykax (in Russian, ‘On the crossroads of theories: Grammar and information structure in Russian and other languages’). Moscow: Editorial URSS. The second edition came out in 2012. What’s inside?
  • Slioussar, N. (2007). Grammar and Information Structure. A study with reference to Russian. Utrecht: LOT Publications. What’s inside?
I also wrote two tiny textbooks:
  • Slioussar, N. (2015). Znakomstvo s generativnoj grammatikoj: osnovnye ponjatija i principy minimalizma (in Russian, ‘Introduction to generative grammar: Key notions and principles of Minimalism’). St.Petersburg: Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences of St.Petersburg State University. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., in print. Eksperimental'nye issledovanija grammatiki: vvedenie (in Russian, ‘Experimental studies of the grammar: An introduction’). St.Petersburg: Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences of St.Petersburg State University. Download.

Main papers
To be updated (last update: 10.2016). A longer list of selected publications (including papers in print) is
here. The full list can be downloaded here.
  • Slioussar, N., & Malko, A. (2016). Gender agreement attraction in Russian: production and comprehension evidence. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1651. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01651. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., & Chuprina, A. (2016). How derivational links affect lexical access: evidence from Russian verbs and nouns. Italian Journal of Linguistics, 28, 115-136. Download.
  • Valova, E., & Slioussar, N. (2016). Sravnenie korpusnogo i eksperimental'nogo metoda na primere issledovanija sintaksičeskix svojstv enklitiki ‘že’ (in Russian, ‘Comparing corpus-based and experimental research methods: a study of the syntactic properties of the Russian enclitic ‘zhe’’). Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 15, 792-802. Download.
  • Chernova, D., Slioussar, N., Prokopenya, V., Petrova, T., & Chernigovskaya, T. (2016). Eksperimental'nye issledovanija grammatiki: sintaksičeskij analiz neodnoznačnyx predloženij (in Russian, ‘Experimental studies of the grammar: syntactic analysis of ambiguous sentences’). Voprosy Jazykoznanija, 6, 36-50. Download.
  • Kireev, M.V., Slioussar, N., Chernigovskaya, T.V., Korotkov, A.D., & Medvedev, S.V. (2015). Changes in functional connectivity within the fronto-temporal brain network induced by regular and irregular Russian verb production. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 36. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2015). Interpreting sentences without prosody and context. In: P. Arkadiev et al. (eds.). Donum semanticum: Opera linguistica et logica in honorem Barbarae Partee a discipulis amicisque Rossicis oblate (pp. 285-296). Moscow: Languages of Slavic Culture.
  • Slioussar, N., Kireev, M.V., Chernigovskaya, T.V., Kataeva, G.V., Korotkov, A.D., & Medvedev, S.V. (2014). An ER-fMRI study of Russian inflectional morphology. Brain and Language, 130, 33-41. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2014). What is and what is not problematic about the T-model. In: P. Kosta et al. (eds.). Minimalism and Beyond: Radicalizing the Interfaces (pp. 350-362). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., & Cherepovskaia, N. (2014). Case errors in processing: Evidence from Russian. In: C. Chapman, O. Kit, & I. Kučerova (eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The First Hamilton Meeting 2013 (pp. 319-338). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications.
  • Magomedova, V., & Slioussar, N. (2014). Dannye interneta v issledovanii jazykovyx izmenenij: analiz čeredovanij v russkix komparativax i programma dlja raboty s takimi dannymi (in Russian, ‘Internet data in the study of language change: A case study of alternations in Russian comparatives and a program to work with such data’). Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 13, 379-390. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2011). Processing of a free word order language: The role of syntax and context. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 40, 291–306. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2011). Russian and the EPP requirement in the Tense domain. Lingua, 121, 2048-2068. Download.

Talks, posters and lectures
The full list of my talks, lectures and posters for 2011-2016 can be found here.

Organizing conferences and colloquia

  • 2014-present. The organizer of the School of Linguistics Seminar. Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia. Website: https://ling.hse.ru/SciSeminar (only in Russian).
  • December 2015. The Third Winter Workshop on Experimental Studies of Speech and Language (Night Whites). St.Petersburg State University, Russia. Website: nightwhites2015.wordpress.com.
  • June 2015. A summer school and conference “Pronouns: Syntax, Semantics, Processing” (PSSP). School of Linguistics, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia. Website: psspconference.wordpress.com.
  • February – March 2014. The Second Winter Workshop on Experimental Studies of Speech and Language (Night Whites). St.Petersburg State University, Russia. Website: nightwhites2014.wordpress.com.
  • June 2013. Semantics and Philosophy in Europe (SPE6). St.Petersburg State University, Russia. Website: spe6conference.wordpress.com.
  • June 2006. The 2nd International Conference on Cognitive Science. St.Petersburg State University, Russia. Website: www.cogsci.ru/cogsci06.