Alexandr E. Kibrik (ed.)
Lomonosov State University, Moscow
The volume is a result of one of collective field trips traditionally organized under the auspices of the Philological Faculty of Lomonosov State University. Godoberi is spoken almost exclusively in the village of Godoberi in the mountains of Daghestan (North-East Caucasus). The number of Godoberians is approximately 2500. Godoberi is one of the languages that belong to the Andic branch of Nakho-Dagestanian (or, in other terms, East Caucasian) languages. The contributors of the volume are: A.E. Kibrik, S.V. Kodzasov, A.A. Kibrik, Yu. Gisatullina, M. Haspelmath, K. Kazenin, S. Tatevosov, S. Toldova, O. Fedorova, N. Dobrushina, T. Sosens-kaja, A. Solov'jeva, A. Eulenberg et al.
The volume contains chapters on phonology, morphology, syntax, analyses several texts and contains a short dictionary.
ISBN 9783895860447. LINCOM Studies in Caucasian Linguistics 02. 303pp. 1995.