Peter M. Arkadiev
Russia, Moscow
Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences; Russian State University for the Humanities

Год / Выпуск Авторы Заголовок Стр.
2023, 1 Peter M. Arkadiev Finiteness in morphology and syntax: Evidence from Abaza 103-131
2021, 4 Peter M. Arkadiev, Anna D. Daugavet Perfect grams in Lithuanian and Latvian: A comparative analysis based on a typological questionnaire 7-41
2020, 2 Peter M. Arkadiev [Review of:] M. Fortescue, M. Mithun, N. Evans (eds.). The Oxford handbook of polysynthesis. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. xvi + 1070 p. ISBN 978-0- 19-968320-8. 136-151
2018, 4 Peter M. Arkadiev Review of: A. C. Harris. Multiple exponence. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. xviii, 294 p. ISBN 9-780-19-046435-6. 140-152
2017, 6 Peter M. Arkadiev E. Coghill. The rise and fall of ergativity in Aramaic. Cycles of alignment change. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. xxii, 381 p. (Oxford Studies in Diachronic and Historical Linguistics, 21.) ISBN 978-0-19-872380-6. 140-149
2017, 4 Peter M. Arkadiev [Review of:] A.D. Sims. Inflectional defectiveness. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. 145-152
2016, 5 Peter M. Arkadiev Roles, hierarchies, and the double marking of objects. 7-48
2015, 6 Peter M. Arkadiev Grammatical theory in the light of the Kayardild data. 108-139
2015, 3 Peter M. Arkadiev [Review of:] M. M. Makartsev. Evidentsial’nost’ v prostranstve balkanskogo teksta [Evidentiality in the space of the Balkan text]. Moscow; St. Petersburg: Nestor-Istoriya, 2014. 444 p. ISBN 978-5-7576-0271-4. 110-116
2014, 5 Peter M. Arkadiev Criteria for finiteness and morphosyntax of Lithuanian participles. 68-96