Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2023, 1 Boris А. Uspenskij Russian <em>gosudar’</em> ‘sovereign’: Нistory and etymology 7-18
2023, 1 Olga E. Pekelis What micro-diachronic analysis can tell us about unmarked indefinites: Evidence from Russian 19-53
2022, 6 Alexey A. Gippius Birchbark letters from Veliky Novgorod and Staraya Russa excavations of 2021 7-20
2022, 6 Elena L. Berezovich, Irma I. Mullonen On semantic and etymological reconstruction of borrowed “cultural words”: Pomor Russian noun <em>gurij</em> ‘landmark sign made of stone’ 21-43
2022, 6 Anatoly F. Zhuravlev Unproductive prefixes in East Slavic dialects (etymological heuristics; identification difficulties) 44-61
2022, 6 Irina S. Burukina, Irina P. Burukina Patterns of deverbal nominalization in Kaqchikel 62-80
2022, 6 Natalia V. Serdobolskaya, Anastasia D. Egorova Factivity as a trigger of agreement with complement clauses in Moksha Mordvin 81-110
2022, 6 Daria P. Popova The place of impositions in the meaning typology 111-122
2022, 6 Roman V. Sychev [Review of:] N. Hober. Grammaticalization and variation: The case of Mayan motion verbs. Berlin; Boston: Mouton de Gruyter, 2021. 123-130
2022, 6 Dmitry S. Nikolaev [Review of:] T. Stolz, N. Levkovych (in cooperation with B. Seefried). Areal linguistics within the Phonological Atlas of Europe. Loan phonemes and their distribution. Berlin; Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2021. 131-138
2022, 6 Vadim A. Belov [Review of:] H. Bromhead, Zh. Ye (eds.). Meaning, life and culture: In conversation with Anna Wierzbicka. Canberra: Australian National University, 2020. 139-151
2022, 6 Ekaterina A. Lyutikova [Review of:] A. Alexiadou, H. Borer (eds.). Nominalization: 50 years on from Chomsky’s Remarks. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020. 152-160
2022, 5 Anna Yu. Urmanchieva Linguistic areas in the history of the Mansi language 7-34
2022, 5 Olga Ryndina, Daria Zhornik, Evgeny Barsukov, Sofie Pokrovskaya Valery Chernetsov’s archive: Mansi ethnography, folklore and linguistic perspective 35-50
2022, 5 Sofia A. Oskolskaya Case in the languages of Northern Eurasia: Preface 51-54
2022, 5 Juha Janhunen Issues of comparative Uralic and Altaic studies (10): On the local case markers in Mongolic 55-63
2022, 5 Tomi Koivunen, Riku Erkkilä The interaction between spatial cases and relational nouns in the Uralic languages of the Volga–Kama area 64-85
2022, 5 Riku Erkkilä How to distinguish between semantically close cases: A case study of Mordvin illative and lative 86-107
2022, 5 Polina S. Pleshak The status of Dative case in the Moksha case paradigm 108-130
2022, 5 Anna Bugaeva On the exclusively borderline case-marking in Ainu 131-150