Год / Выпуск Авторы Заголовок Стр.
2023, 1 Olga E. Pekelis What micro-diachronic analysis can tell us about unmarked indefinites: Evidence from Russian 19-53
2022, 2 Oleg F. Zholobov, Victor A. Baranov Transformations of the lexical row životъ — žiznь — žitije in Slavic: A linguostatistical analysis 65-101
2021, 5 Dmitry V. Gerasimov [Review of:] K. Schmidtke-Bode, N. Levshina, S. M. Michaelis, I. A. Seržant (eds.). Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of evidence. Berlin: Language Science Press, 2019 150-160
2021, 3 Aleksandr Yu. Zheltov Noun classification in Niger-Congo in synchrony and diachrony: Typology, history of study, problems, prospects 120-141
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 S. 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
2018, 6 Pavel V. Grashchenkov Review of: M. Norde, F. van de Velde (eds.). Exaptation and language change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2016. viii, 411 p. ISBN 978-90-272-6747-4 139-147
2018, 5 Elena V. Paducheva Some remarks on the language of Leo Tolstoy and small-scale diachronic shifts. 49-63
2018, 3 Qiang Si Diachronic changes in the system of Chinese aquamotion verbs from the viewpoint of lexical typology. 128-146
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