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Name: Leelo  Keevallik
Institution: University of Uppsala
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Sweden   
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics
Subject Language(s): Estonian
Selected Publications: L. Keevallik. Politeness in Estonia: A matter of fact style. In Politeness in Europe, L. Hickey & M. Stewart (eds.). Multilingual Matters. 2004. Pp. 203–217. (in press)
B. Nordberg, L. Keevallik Eriksson, K. Thelander, M. Thelander (eds.) 2003: Grammatik och Samtal: Studier till minne av Mats Eriksson (Skrifter utgivna av institutionen för nordiska språk vid Uppsala universitet 63), Uppsala.
L. Keevallik 2003: From Interaction to Grammar: Estonian Finite Verb Forms in Conversation. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Studia Uralica Upsaliensia 34. 270 p.
A. Hakulinen, L. Keevallik Eriksson & J. Lindström 2003: Kuule, kule, hördu—projicerande praktiker i finska, estniska och svenska samtal. In: B. Nordberg, L. Keevallik Eriksson, K. Thelander & M. Thelander (eds.), Grammatik och Samtal: Studier till minne av Mats Eriksson (Skrifter utgivna av institutionen för nordiska språk vid Uppsala universitet 63), pp. 199–218. Uppsala.
L. Keevallik. Colloquial Estonian. In Estonian Language, M. Erelt (ed.). 2003. Pp. 342–378
L. Keevallik. Terminally rising pitch contours of response tokens in Estonian. Crossroads of Language, Interaction, and Culture. Vol. 5. 2003. Pp. 49–65.
L. Keevallik. Grammatika suhtluses. [Grammar in interaction.] In Teoreetiline keeleteadus Eestis, R. Pajusalu, I. Tragel, T. Hennoste & H. Õim (eds.) Tartu Ülikooli üldkeeleteaduse õppetooli toimetised 4. Tartu 2002. Pp. 89–104.
L. Keevallik. Tracing grammaticalization of oota ‘wait’ in Estonian conversation. Papers in Estonian Cognitive Linguistics, I. Tragel (ed.). Tartu Ülikooli üldkeeleteaduse õppetooli toimetised 2. Tartu 2001. Pp. 119–144.
L. Keevallik. Estonian reduplication in action sequences. In Nordic and Baltic Morphology: Papers from a NorFA Course, Tartu, June 2000. Studies in Languages 36. University of Joensuu. Faculty of Humanities, J. Niemi & J. Heikkinen (eds.). Joensuu 2001. Pp. 23–33.
L. Keevallik. Keelendid et ja nii et vestluses. [The linguistic units et and nii et in conversation.] Keel ja Kirjandus 5. 2000. Pp. 344–358.
L. Keevallik. Informatsioonikäsitluse partikkel ahah telefonivestlustes. [The particle of information management ahah in phone conversations.] In Emakeele Seltsi Aastaraamat 1997. Tartu 1999. Pp. 34–56.
L. Keevallik. The use and abuse of singular and plural address forms in Estonian. In: International Journal of the Sociology of Language 139. Estonian Sociolinguistics, T. Hennoste (ed.) 1999. Pp. 125–144.
T. Hennoste, L. Keevallik, K. Pajusalu. Introduction. In: International Journal of the Sociology of Language 139. Estonian Sociolinguistics, T. Hennoste (ed.) 1999. Pp. 1–16.
P. Grigorjev, L. Keevallik, E. Niit, L. Paldre, K. Sak & A. Veismann. Kihnu murde assimileerumise mustreid Manilaiul. [The patterns of assimilation of Kihnu dialect on Manilaid.] In: Pühendusteos Huno Rätsepale 28.12.1997, M. Erelt, M. Sedrik, E. Uuspõld (eds.). Tartu Ülikooli eesti keele õppetooli toimetised 7. Tartu 1997. Pp. 26–44.
L. Keevallik. Maintenance of Structured Variability. In: Estonian in the Changing World, H. Õim (ed.). University of Tartu. Department of General Linguistics. Tartu 1996. Pp. 123–132.
L. Keevallik & K. Pajusalu. Linguistic Diversity and Standardization in Estonian. The History of the Active Past Participle. In: Dialectologia et Geolinguistica 3. Firenze 1995. Pp. 13–41.
Courses Taught: Phonology
Morphology
Language, individual, and society
Language variation
Language change
Dissertation Abstract: From Interaction to Grammar: Estonian finite verb forms in conversation



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