Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2020, 1 Dmitri V. Sitchinava [Review of:] J. J. N. Adams, Nigel Vincent (eds.). Early and Late Latin: Сontinuity or change? Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2016, xx + 470 p. ISBN 9781107132252. 148-154
2019, 6 Dmitri V. Sitchinava [Review of:] Valentin Werner, Elena Seoane, Cristina Suárez-Gómez (eds.). Re-assessing the present perfect. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, 2016. x + 353 p. (Topics in English Linguistics, 91.) ISBN 9783110443110. 134-140
2019, 1 Dmitri V. Sitchinava Slavic pluperfect: loci of variation 30-57
2017, 2 Dmitri V. Sitchinava I. A. S eržant, B. W iemer (eds.). Contemporary approaches to dialectology: The area of North, North-West Russian and Belarusian dialects. Bergen: University of Bergen, 2014. 401 p. (Slavica Bergensia 13). ISBN 978-82-90249-38-5. 139-147
2017, 1 Dmitri V. Sitchinava E. V. Vel’mezova. Istoriya lingvistiki v istorii literatury [The history of linguistics in the history of literature]. Moscow: Indrik, 2014. 416 p. ISBN 978-5-91674-302-9. 154-160
2015, 5 Dmitri V. Sitchinava V. Kasevich, Y. Kleiner, P. Sériot (eds). History of linguistics 2011. Selected papers from the 12th International conference on the history of the language sciences (ICHoLS XII), Saint Petersburg, 28 august — 2 september 2011 (Studies in the history of the language sciences 123). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2014. 222 p. 150-155
2015, 2 Ekaterina R. Dobrushina, Dmitri V. Sitchinava A drifting norm, or microdiachronic adventures of the word ixnij ‘their’ in Russian, Ukranian and Belorussian. 41-54
2015, 1 Dmitri V. Sitchinava J. N. Adams. Social variation and the Latin language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 933 p. ISBN 978-0-521-88614-7. 136-140
2014, 6 Dmitri V. Sitchinava [Review of:] N.V. Kostenko (ed.). Ukrainian dolnik: Collective monography. Kyjiv: Vydavnychyj dim Dmytra Buraho, 2013. 133-138
2014, 2 Dmitri V. Sitchinava M. Guiraud-Weber. Essais de syntaxe russe et contrastive. Aix-en-Provence: Publications de l’Université de Provence, 2011. 337 p. (Langues et langage, 17.). 124-132