Год / Выпуск Авторы Заголовок Стр.
2021, 6 Axel Holvoet The notion of mood reexamined, against the background of modality 7-21
2021, 4 Elena V. Gorbova, Oksana Iu. Chuikova, Sofia S. Sharygina Imperfectivability of Russian prefixal perfectives: Regularity and peculiarities 91-130
2020, 3 Fedor I. Rozhanskiy, Elena B. Markus Verbal inflectional classes in Soikkola Ingrian 101-134
2020, 1 Lidija N. Iordanskaja, Svetlana G. Krylosova, Igor A. Mel’čuk, Polina A. Mikhel’ The category of directionality in Russian paired verbs of motion (a case study of LETETʹ / LETATʹ) 27-64
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, 4 Nikolai N. Kazansky [Review of:] A. Willi. Origins of the Greek verb. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. 713 р. ISBN 978-1-107-19555-4. 137-154
2017, 2 Konstantin G. Krasukhin Was Proto-Indo-European an active language? (towards the typology of PIE). 49-76
2016, 3 Sergei G. Tatevosov Structure and interpretation of Tundra Nenets verbs: Eventuality types and conjugation classes. 81-114
2016, 2 Nikolai N. Kazansky A. Bartolotta (ed.). The Greek verb. Morphology, syntax, and semantics. Proceedings of the 8th International meeting on Greek linguistics. Agrigento, October 1—3, 2009. Lovain-la-Neuve: Peeters, 2014. X, 342 p. (= BCLL 128.) ISBN 978-90-429-2722-3. 132-139
2010, 5 Leonid I. Kulikov СаС//С(с)ā-type roots in Vedic: verbal morphonological patterns and syntactical orientation. 89-111