Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2020, 6 Dmitriy M. Kolyadov Terms of address as discourse markers 7-30
2020, 6 Daniil A. Kocharov, Uliana E. Kochetkova Rounding of unstressed vowels in Russian 31-47
2020, 6 Evgeniya A. Khristoforova, Vadim I. Kimmelman Syntax of relativization in Russian Sign Language: Basic features 48-65
2020, 6 Natalia M. Stoynova Code-switching in infinitive constructions: Russian — Nanai 66-93
2020, 6 Jalil S. Samedov, Marina A. Gasanova Converb clauses in Archi 94-104
2020, 6 Olga V. Fedorova Russian psycholinguistics: Yesterday, today, tomorrow (subjective notes on the study of mechanisms of language production and comprehension) 105-129
2020, 6 Eugenia E. Romanova [Review of:] L. Baunaz, K. de Clercq, L. Haegeman, E. Lander (eds.). Exploring Nanosyntax. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. 360 p. ISBN 978-0190876753. 130-138
2020, 6 Iosif A. Fridman [Review of:] A. Korn, I. Nevskaya (eds.). Prospective and proximative in Turkic, Iranian and beyond. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2017. (Iran — Turan, 18.) 387 p. ISBN 9783954903030. 139-153
2020, 6 Ekaterina A. Lyutikova [Review of:] A. Bárány, O. Bond, I. Nikolaeva (eds.). Prominent internal possessors. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. 304 p. ISBN 9780198812142. 154-160
2020, 5 Vladimir M. Alpatov “The great crisis” in the history of linguistics and how it was overcome 7-21
2020, 5 Alexey A. Gippius Birchbark letters from Veliky Novgorod and Staraya Russa excavations of 2019 22-37
2020, 5 Maria D. Voeikova Structural functions of diminutives and their productivity in modern Russian 38-56
2020, 5 Elena V. Uryson Analogy in semantics and semantic metalanguage issues: The case of Russian VNIMANIE ‘attention’ 57-75
2020, 5 Maksim V. Vyzhlakov Ability and possibility in Tocharian A: The semantics of the verbs yāt- and cämp- and their derivatives 76-90
2020, 5 Ilya S. Yakubovich Persian ezāfe as a contact-induced feature 91-114
2020, 5 Anna S. Kuleva Plant names in the linguistic perspective: Flora of Middle-Earth, dictionaries, and translations 115-131
2020, 5 Natalia V. Kuznetsova [Review of:] L. M. Hyman, F. Plank (eds.). Phonological typology. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2018. ix + 434 p. (Phonology and Phonetics, 23.) DOI: 10.1515/ 9783110451931. ISBN 978-3-11-044970-9. 132-141
2020, 5 Mariia Pronina, Sergey V. Knyazev [Review of:] P. Prieto, N. Esteve-Gibert (eds.). The development of prosody in first language acquisition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2018. vi + 368 p. (Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 23.) ISBN 9789027200594 (print), 9789027264213 (e-book). 142-149
2020, 5 Ivan A. Stenin [Review of:] B. Wagner-Nagy. A grammar of Nganasan. Leiden: Brill, 2018. xviii + 583 p. (Grammars and sketches of the world’s languages. Indigenous languages of Russia.) ISBN 978-90-04-38275-6. 150-160
2020, 4 Marija A. Xolodilova Specialized interrogative-based relative pronouns in Slavic languages 7-24