Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2020, 1 Anna A. Zalizniak, Elena V. Paducheva Russian adjective pronoun VSJAKIJ: Semantics and idiomatics 7-26
2020, 1 Lidija N. Iordanskaja, Svetlana G. Krylosova, Igor Mel’čuk, Polina A. Mikhel’ The category of directionality in Russian paired verbs of motion (a case study of LETETʹ / LETATʹ) 27-64
2020, 1 Suren T. Zolyan On semiotic characteristics of possible theories of translation 65-83
2020, 1 Elena V. Perexval’skaja Reportative speech in Udihe and beyond 84-103
2020, 1 Ildar Kagirov, Dmitry A. Ryumin, Alexander A. Axyonov, Alexey A. Karpov Multimedia database of Russian Sign Language items in 3D 104-123
2020, 1 Anna Bonola, Nataliya Stoyanova Discourse and pragmatic markers in Italian linguistics: Trends and methods 124-147
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
2020, 1 Dmitry Nikolaev [Review of:] Gard B. Jenset, Barbara McGillivray. Quantitative historical linguistics: A corpus framework. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. 256 p. ISBN 9780198718178. 155-160
2019, 6 Yana A. Penkova Modal and evidential strategies for future anterior in European languages: Questionnaire and corpus data 7-31
2019, 6 Maria N. Sheveleva On Old Russian verb iměti, possessive constructions and complex future with imamь / imu in early East Slavic texts 32-50
2019, 6 Anatolij N. Baranov, Dmitrij O. Dobrovol’skij Idiomaticity of reduplicated forms 51-67
2019, 6 Marija A. Ovsjannikova The syntactic encoding of experiential situations in Russian: Comparing verbs of perception, cognition and emotions 68-93
2019, 6 Christiane Andersen Is contact-induced syncretism possible? A corpus-based study on bilingual verbal morphology of spoken German in Russian Siberia 94-112
2019, 6 Samira Verhees Defining evidentiality 113-133
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, 6 Vladimir A. Plungian [Review of:] Jan Nuyts, Johan van der Auwera (eds.). The Oxford handbook of modality and mood. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. xiv + 667 p. ISBN 978-0- 19-959143-5. 141-144
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