Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2022, 2 Dmitry V. Gerasimov On two types of dicendial causal markers (with a special focus on the languages of Eurasia) 7-29
2022, 2 Petr O. Rossyaykin Focus particles and negative polarity 30-64
2022, 2 Oleg F. Zholobov, Victor A. Baranov Transformations of the lexical row životъ — žiznь — žitije in Slavic: A linguostatistical analysis 65-101
2022, 2 Vladimir I. Mazhuga Significatio and significatus as terms denoting diathesis in the ancient Roman grammar 102-124
2022, 2 Vera S. Polilova, Igor A. Pilshchikov, Anastasia S. Belousova Comparative verse studies in Russia and globally 125-150
2022, 2 Andrej A. Kibrik [Review of:] T. Tenbrink. Cognitive Discourse Analysis: An introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020 151-156
2022, 2 Yury Y. Makarov [Review of:] B. Sands (ed.). Click consonants. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2020 157-162
2022, 1 Sergey V. Knyazev Sentence intonation in Russian dialects with word-by-word melodic contour 7-39
2022, 1 Mate Kapović On the accent of Croatian kako ‘how’ and related words 40-58
2022, 1 Olga Steriopolo, Elena Steriopolo The division of GENDER 59-84
2022, 1 Liliia Kilina, Anastasija Sokolova Feminitives with the suffix -ix(a) in Russian texts of the 18th–20th centuries: A corpus study 85-105
2022, 1 Suren T. Zolyan Yuri Lotman: On problems of language and linguistics 106-119
2022, 1 Nadezhda V. Makeeva Phonetic and phonological properties of the advanced tongue root feature in African languages 120-150
2022, 1 Daria A. Ryzhova, Maria V. Kyuseva [Review of:] I. Kraska-Szlenk (ed.). Body part terms in conceptualization and language use. (Cognitive Linguistic Studies in Cultural Contexts, 12.) Amsterdam; Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2020. 151-168
2021, 6 Axel Holvoet The notion of mood reexamined, against the background of modality 7-21
2021, 6 Dmitrij O. Dobrovol’skij, Anna A. Zalizniak On a special type of necessity modality: The German verb sollen viewed from parallel corpora 22-39
2021, 6 Ilya V. Makarchuk Towards a typology of derivations of verbal measure: Semelfactive and delimitative 40-68
2021, 6 Maria N. Usacheva, Anna L. Leontyeva Basic pain terms in Beserman Udmurt 69-98
2021, 6 Elena V. Uryson On the status of verbal aspect in Russian: A lexicographer’s view 99-116
2021, 6 Tatiana O. Shavrina Methods of computational linguistics in the evaluation of artifi cial intelligence systems 117-138