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Abuduxikeer Aierken M.A.


Languages and Cultures of the Silk Road (Silk Road)


Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften
Unter den Linden 6
10099 Berlin

09/2016 – 07/2019
Minzu University of China Phd student in Linguistic and Applied Linguistic

09/2013  07/2016
Minzu University of China\ Master in Language and Literature of minority in China

06/2016  08/2016
Research member of the project "Documentation of Xinjiang dialect of Salar language"

08/2015  08/2016
Research member of the project  "National Endangered Language Protection Program"
Research Focus: Salar language

09/2008  07/2012
University of International Relations\ Bachelor in English Language and Literature

Information Structure of the Old Uyghur Language

This research will investigate information structure of the Old Uyghur language. Investigation of information structure reveals a lot that it has been neglected or not fully explained in linguistic. There are some studies on information structure of Turkic languages, yet most of them are concentrated on modern languages. There is hardly any overall discussions on the information structure of earlier stages of the Turkic languages. Study on information structure of Old Uyghur aims to deepen the understanding on how categories of information structure is represented andmarked in the language of Old Uyghur texts. It provides a systematic overview, description and investigation of the aspects that are related to information structure in the grammar of Old Uyghur.


Comparative Study of “Lunyu(论语)” and “Qutadghublik” on Political Ideology (2015), on Journal “Selected Essays” (小品文选刊, ISSN 1672-5832)