Cori Anderson

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  • Cori Anderson
  • Assistant Teaching Professor, Russian & East European Languages
  • Language Coordinator, Russian Program
  • Degree: Ph.D., Princeton University M.A., Princeton University B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Email:
  • Phone: (848)-932-0453
  • Campus Address:

    15 Seminary Place, Room #4122
    College Avenue Campus

  • Office Hours:

    Mondays, 2:00pm - 3:00pm, in person

    Wednesdays, 3:30pm - 4:30pm, via Zoom

    and by appointment


*If you have questions relating to placement tests, please email Dr. Anderson.

 Research Interests:

Foriegn language pedagogy, Second Language Acquisition, technology in teaching, Baltic and Slavic morphosyntax


Award for Distinguished Contributions to Undergraduate Education, 2021

Junior Research on European Union "Structural Measures Grant" to the Lithuanian Research Council, entitled: "Valency, Argument Realisation and Grammatical Relations in Baltic," University of Vilnius (Lithuania), 2013-2015

Department of Education Fulbright-Hays Fellowship for ACTR Russian Language Teacher Summer Program in Moscow, 2009

Charles Townsend Graduate Student Prize in Slavic, Princeton University, 2008

Fulbright Scholarship, Lithuania, 2007-2008

Published Articles:

"Passivization and argument structure in Lithuanian," in A. Holvoet & N. Nau (eds.). Valency, Argument Realization and Grammatical Relations, 2. John Benjamins. (Forthcoming, 2015).

"Noncanonical case patterns in Lithuanian," in P. Arkadiev, A. Holvoet and B. Wiemer (eds.), Contemporary Approaches to Baltic Languages. Mouton de Gruyter. (Forthcoming, 2015).

"Case Alternation and Event Structure: Evidence from Russian and Lithuanian." In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 20, A. Podobryaev (ed.), Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications, 1-16. (2013).

"Case theory and case alternations: evidence from Lithuanian." Baltic Linguistics 2: 9-35. (2009).

"Oblique passivization: evidence from Lithuanian and Slavic." Issledovanija po slavjanskim jazykam (Studies in Slavic Languages) 14: 137-154. (2011)

Courses Taught:

Elementary Russian (01:860:101-102)

Intermediate Russian (01:860:201-202)

Second Year Russian Lab (01:860:203-204)

Russian for Russian Speakers (01:860:207-208)

Advanced Russian (01:860:301-302)