Год / Выпуск Авторы Заголовок Стр.
2020, 5 Maria D. Voeikova Structural functions of diminutives and their productivity in modern Russian 38-56
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
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, 6 Dmitri V. Sitchinava [Review of:] Valentin Werner, Elena Seoane, Cristina Suárez-Gómez (eds.). Re-assessing the present perfect. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, 2016. x + 353 p. (Topics in English Linguistics, 91.) ISBN 9783110443110. 134-140
2019, 2 Lyubov V. Nesterenko Multilingual parallel corpora: Alternative source of language data for typological studies, applying perspectives and problems 111-125
2018, 5 Olga V. Fedorova Russian gestures from a linguistic perspective (dedicated to the publication of Elena A. Grishina’s monograph). 114-123
2018, 4 Vera I. Podlesskaya Reported speech through the lens of corpus data. 47-73
2017, 3 Elena L. Vilinbakhova, Mikhail Kopotev Does “X est’ X” mean “X eto X”? Looking for an answer in synchrony and diachrony. 110-124
2017, 2 Evdokia A. Valova, Natalia Slioussar Syntactic properties of the Russian enclitic že: Corpus-based and experimental approaches. 33-48
2016, 2 Anastasia A. Bonch-Osmolovskaya Predictors, big data and new measuring: The impact of computational linguistics on linguistic theory. 100-120