Public profile of Dr. Alena Witzlack-Makarevich


University of Kiel


Worked on the following books as Proofreader:

  • Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Hölzl, Andreas. 2018. A typology of questions in Northeast Asia and beyond: An ecological perspective ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 20). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2018. The numeral system of Proto-Niger-Congo: A step-by-step reconstruction ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Müller, Stefan. 2018. A lexicalist account of argument structure: Template-based phrasal LFG approaches and a lexical HPSG alternative ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Delgado, Sally. 2019. Ship English: Sailors’ speech in the early colonial Caribbean ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Lotven, Samson, Silvina Bongiovanni, Phillip Weirich, Robert Botne & Samuel Obeng (eds.). 2019. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Di Garbo, Francesca, Bruno Olsson & Bernhard Wälchli (eds.). 2011. Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity II: World-wide comparative studies ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 27). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Kastner, Itamar. 2020. Voice at the interfaces: The syntax, semantics, and morphology of the Hebrew verb ( Open Generative Syntax 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Ali, Mark, Scott Grimm & Adams Bodomo. 2021. A dictionary and grammatical sketch of Dagaare ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.