Год / Выпуск Авторы Заголовок Стр.
2023, 1 Elena A. Nefedova North Russian prefix Z-: Between phonetics and morphemics 88-102
2022, 6 Elena L. Berezovich, Irma I. Mullonen On semantic and etymological reconstruction of borrowed “cultural words”: Pomor Russian noun gurij ‘landmark sign made of stone’ 21-43
2022, 1 Sergey V. Knyazev Sentence intonation in Russian dialects with word-by-word melodic contour 7-39
2020, 4 Anna V. Malysheva, Roman V. Ronko Russian object genitive of negation in modern dialect corpora and oral subcorpus of RNC 25-54
2020, 2 Nadezhda V. Kabinina Towards etymologization of the lexical substrate of Northern Russia: Russian dialectal sénduxa, séndux 93-103
2018, 5 Maria V. Skachedubova On the interpretation of l-forms without auxiliary used in pluperfect contexts in Hypatian Chronicle and The First Novgorodian Chronicle. 64-76
2018, 3 Valery L. Vasilyev Old Novgorod linguistic traces in the regions of Eastern-European North and Siberia. 72-88
2017, 2 Dmitri V. Sitchinava I. A. S eržant, B. W iemer (eds.). Contemporary approaches to dialectology: The area of North, North-West Russian and Belarusian dialects. Bergen: University of Bergen, 2014. 401 p. (Slavica Bergensia 13). ISBN 978-82-90249-38-5. 139-147
2014, 3 Valery L. Vasilyev, Nina N. Vixrova The typology of Medieval Novgorod pogost names (based on the data of land inventories of late 15–16th cc.). 67-81
2012, 4 Aleksej S. Kas’jan The reflexes of Proto-Slavonic *ɨ in the Old Pskovian dialect of T. Fenne’s phrasebook as an archaism. 73-100