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After receiving his PhD from the University of Oslo, Norway, Tore Nesset has taught at UiT The Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø since 1997, where he is a professor of Russian linguistics. Nesset’s research interests include cognitive linguistics, corpus linguistics and diachrony. He has published several research monographs and linguistic textbooks, including “Abstract Phonology in a Concrete Model” (Mouton de Gruyter, 2008) and “How Russian Came to be the Way it is: A Student’s Guide to the History of the Russian Language” (Slavica Publishers, 2015). His numerous research articles cover a wide variety of topics in Russian phonology, morphology and syntax.