Год / Выпуск Авторы Заголовок Стр.
2017, 3 Alexey A. Kozlov T. Nesset. How Russian came to be the way it is: A student’s guide to the history of the Russian language. Bloomington (IN): Slavica Publishers, 2015. xxvi, 361 p. ISBN 978-0-89357-443-7. 125-132
2016, 5 Pavel V. Petrukhin J. Breuillard, S. Viellard. Histoire de la langue russe, des origines au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Institut d’études slaves, 2015. 318 p. (Collection de manuels de l’Institut d’études slaves, 15.) ISBN 978-2-7204-0534-1. 137-141
2015, 1 Alexander Ch. Piperski I. Mel’čuk, J. Milićević. Introduction à la linguistique. Paris: Hermann, 2014. 3 vol. 378 + 286 + 392 p. ISBN 978-27-0568-058-9, 978-27-0568-170-8, 978-27-0568-171-5. 133-136
2013, 6 Konstantin G. Krasukhin New textbooks on Indo-European linguistics. 115-136
2010, 2 Ludmila A. Devel B.T.S. Atkins, M. Rundell. The Oxford guide to practical lexicography. Oxford: Oxford university press, 2008. 146-149
2006, 4 Maksim A. Krongauz [Review of:] N.B. Mechkovskaja. Semiotics: Language. Nature. Culture. A course of lectures 110-112
2006, 1 A.I. Kuznecova [Review of:] N.B. Vakhtin, E.V. Golovko. Sociolinguistics and sociology of language 123-128
2005, 1 P. Kosta [Review of:] Ya.G. Testelets. Introduction to general syntax 142-148
2004, 5 Alexander A. Sokolyansky [Review of:] L.L. Kasatkin. Phonetics of contemporary literary Russian 114-118
1999, 6 Konstantin G. Krasukhin [Review of:] F.R. Adrados, А. Bernabé, J. Mendoza. Manual de la lingüistica indoeuropea 141-148