Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2021, 1 Martin Haspelmath Bound forms, welded forms, and affixes: Basic concepts for morphological comparison 7-28
2021, 1 Igor M. Boguslavsky Semantic analysis supported by inference in a functional model of language 29-56
2021, 1 Lidija N. Iordanskaja, Igor Mel’čuk OBA ‘both’, a unique Russian word 57-69
2021, 1 Marina A. Bobrik Pragmaticalization mechanisms in the history of the Russian farewell formula sčastlívo! 70-83
2021, 1 Sergei Yu. Dmitrenko Causal conjunction tbət in Cambodian: Notes on the history and functional properties 84-103
2021, 1 Boris M. Gasparov Marr and Saussure: A hundred years later 104-120
2021, 1 Suren T. Zolyan How to reconcile Luhmann with Saussure: The principle of intrasystemic differentiation as a basis for a neo-structuralist approach 121-141
2021, 1 Tatiana B. Agranat [Review of:] P. Kehayov. The fate of mood and modality in language death. Evidence from minor Finnic. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2017. xix + 385 p. ISBN 978-3-11-052185-6. 142-146
2021, 1 Andrey N. Sobolev [Review of:] N. Palliwoda, V. Sauer, S. Sauermilch (Hg.). Politische Grenzen — sprachliche Grenzen? Dialektgeographische und wahrnehmungsdialektologische Perspektiven im deutschsprachigen Raum. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2019. 254 S. ISBN 978-3-11-056872-1. 147-154
2021, 1 Dmitry V. Gerasimov [Review of:] B. Estigarribia, J. Pinta (eds.). Guarani linguistics in the 21st century. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2017. vi + 421 p. (Brill’s Studies in the Indigenous Languages of the Americas, 14.) ISBN 978-90-04-32256-1. 155-162
2020, 6 Dmitriy M. Kolyadov Terms of address as discourse markers 7-30
2020, 6 Daniil A. Kocharov, Uliana E. Kochetkova Rounding of unstressed vowels in Russian 31-47
2020, 6 Evgeniya A. Khristoforova, Vadim I. Kimmelman Syntax of relativization in Russian Sign Language: Basic features 48-65
2020, 6 Natalia M. Stoynova Code-switching in infinitive constructions: Russian — Nanai 66-93
2020, 6 Jalil S. Samedov, Marina A. Gasanova Converb clauses in Archi 94-104
2020, 6 Olga V. Fedorova Russian psycholinguistics: Yesterday, today, tomorrow (subjective notes on the study of mechanisms of language production and comprehension) 105-129
2020, 6 Eugenia E. Romanova [Review of:] L. Baunaz, K. de Clercq, L. Haegeman, E. Lander (eds.). Exploring Nanosyntax. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. 360 p. ISBN 978-0190876753. 130-138
2020, 6 Iosif A. Fridman [Review of:] A. Korn, I. Nevskaya (eds.). Prospective and proximative in Turkic, Iranian and beyond. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2017. (Iran — Turan, 18.) 387 p. ISBN 9783954903030. 139-153
2020, 6 Ekaterina A. Lyutikova [Review of:] A. Bárány, O. Bond, I. Nikolaeva (eds.). Prominent internal possessors. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. 304 p. ISBN 9780198812142. 154-160
2020, 5 Vladimir M. Alpatov “The great crisis” in the history of linguistics and how it was overcome 7-21