Dmitry Ganenkov

List of John Benjamins publications for which Dmitry Ganenkov plays a role.


The article discusses gender agreement alternation in Aqusha Dargwa (Nakh-Daghestanian, the Caucasus, Russian Federation). The phenomenon is observed in periphrastic verbal forms with transitive verbs where gender agreement on the auxiliary can show the gender features of either the ergative… read more
Ganenkov, Dmitry 2015 Infinitival complementation from Caucasian Albanian to Modern UdiThe Diachrony of Infinitival Patterns: Their origin, development and loss, Demske, Ulrike and Łukasz Jędrzejowski (eds.), pp. 110–138 | Article
The article investigates diachronic changes in infinitival complementation from Caucasian Albanian to modern Udi dialects. It describes the syntactic structure of infinitival complements in Caucasian Albanian, 19th century Vartashen Udi and two modern dialects, and concentrates on case marking of… read more
Ganenkov, Dmitry 2013 Diachrony of experiencer subject marking: Evidence from East CaucasianThe Diachronic Typology of Non-Canonical Subjects, Seržant, Ilja A. and Leonid Kulikov (eds.), pp. 231–256 | Article
Daghestanian languages of the Caucasus show consistent use of the dative and locative cases to mark subject arguments with certain verbs, most notably the experiencers of the verbs ‘see’, ‘hear’, ‘know’, ‘want’, ‘forget’, ‘find’ and some others. Although this pattern is very stable and can probably… read more
Ganenkov, Dmitry, Yury Lander and Timur A. Maisak 2010 From interrogatives to placeholders in Udi and Agul spontaneous narrativesFillers, Pauses and Placeholders, Amiridze, Nino, Boyd Davis and Margaret Maclagan (eds.), pp. 95–118 | Article
The paper describes the form and behavior of placeholders in Udi and Agul, two languages belonging to the Lezgic branch of the Northeast Caucasian family. The placeholders found in these languages show clear similarity despite the fact that they developed independently. In both languages, nominal… read more
Ganenkov, Dmitry 2006 Experiencer coding in Nakh-DaghestanianCase, Valency and Transitivity, Kulikov, Leonid, Andrej L. Malchukov and Peter de Swart (eds.), pp. 179–202 | Article