Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2019, 6 Anton V. Zimmerling [Review of:] Steven Franks. Syntax and Spell-Out in Slavic. Bloomington (IN): Slavica Publishers, 2017. xiv + 346 p. ISBN 978-0-89357-477-2. 145-155
2019, 6 Sergej S. Saj [Review of:] Talmy Givón. The story of zero. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2017. xv, 414 p. ISBN 9789027212399. 156-166
2019, 5 Mikhail Yu. Knyazev An experimental study of the distribution of the complementizer to čto in non-standard variants of Russian 7-40
2019, 5 Natalia V. Serdobolskaya, Anastasiya D. Egorova Morphosyntax of non-standard constructions with to čto in Colloquial Russian 41-72
2019, 5 Elena L. Vilinbakhova [Review of:] B. Lyngfelt, L. Borin, K. Ohara, T. T. Torrent (eds.). Constructicography. Constructicon development across languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2018. viii + 313 pp. (Constructional Approaches to Language, 22.) ISBN 978-9-02-726386-5. 135-145
2019, 5 Nina R. Dobrushina [Review of:] N. Evans, H. Watanabe (eds.). Insubordination. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2016. xii + 435 pp. (Typological Studies in Language, 115.) ISBN 9789027206961 (print); 9789027266545 (online). 154-159
2019, 4 Lidija N. Iordanskaja, Igor Mel’čuk Semantics in syntax: Linear ordering of genitive adnominal dependents cosubordinated to a noun in Russian 33-46
2019, 4 Anna A. Pichkhadze Infinitive complement clauses in Old Russian 72-84
2019, 2 Ahti Nikunlassi Syntax of the focus particle tol’ko i 7-30
2018, 6 Olga E. Pekelis Subject ellipsis in the main clause in Russian and the typology of correlatives 31-59