For at least a hundred and fifty years the Gypsies and their language have attracted much scholarly attention. Curiously enough, although the presence of Gypsies in Greece has been attested since the 14th century, the Greek Gypsies have been much less studied than many other Gypsy populations and their form of Romany has been largely unexplored. Since the sedentary Gypsy...
Since the seventeenth century was a critical period for the development of modern Russian, this study focusses on a relatively unified group of texts from one period and subjects them to a detailed and careful analysis. Constant comparisons to the situation in modern Russian are made. The six chapters are: Introduction; Non-prefixal pairs; Prefixal pairs; Parallel prefixation; Prefixal-suffixal pairs, and...
This is a "twin" to the Short Grammar of Lithuanian listed above. For the first time, we have modern structural reference grammars of both modern Baltic languages written according to the same scheme, so comparisons between the two languages are easy. A Short Grammar of Latvian contains all of the basic grammar of Latvian: phonology, morphology, syntax, with material on...
The first modern descriptive grammar of Lithuanian in English, this book is intended above all for university students and linguists, but is readily accessible to a broader audience if they are willing to look up a few grammatical terms in a dictionary. The fourteen chapters of the book cover almost all aspects of Lithuanian grammar: phonology and phonetics, including stress;...
This unique achievement in the cataloging of medieval Slavic Cyrillic manuscripts provides 1,842 catalog records and over two hundred pages of unified indices representing medieval manuscript material brought together on microform in the Hilandar Research Library of The Ohio State University. The originals of the materials span twenty-one collections housed in various countries, most notably much of the Slavic manuscript...
The new edition of A Supplementary Russian-English Dictionary (ASRED 2) follows the same principles outlined in the first edition of 1992 and, likewise, contains important words and expressions not found in either of the two dictionaries most often used in the U.S. It is primarily designed as a companion and supplement to these, although it may also be used independently....
Part I: Literature
CAROL J. AVINS
Jewish Ritual and Soviet Context in Two Stories of Isaac Babel 11
Reflections of Contemporary Russian Society, Culture, and Values in Iurii Mamin's Film, Window to Paris 21
EDITH W. CLOWES
Zakhoder vs. Disney: Two Cartoon Adaptations of A.A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh, or American Popular Culture in Post-Soviet Russia and the Question...
CHRISTINA Y. BETHIN: Prosodic Effects in Czech Morphology 9
STEPHEN M. DICKEY AND JULIE HUTCHESON: Delimitative Verbs in Russian, Czech and Slavic 23
EVA ECKERT: Life of a Language in Emigration: Taking the National Revival a Step Further, from the Czech Lands to Texas 37
MASAKO U. FIDLER: A Pragmatic Feature of [Nonserious] and Power in Czech 51
MICHAEL S. FLIER: Innovation in...
Demetrius J. Koubourlis
An Often-Solved Problem Indo-European kt in Slavic 1
Jat' and the Bulgarian Verb 24
On the Alternation j/v in Russian 29
Phonological Rules in the Language of Sofronij Vracanskij 43
Richard C. DeArmond
An Abstract Phonological Interpretation of Verb Stems in Ukrainian Formed with the Thematic Suffix /oh/ 50
UCLA Slavic Studies no. 6
A group of connected essays which study the phenomenon in both its diachronic and synchronic states.
2. The Anaphoric Pronoun Genitive-Accusative
3. Other Pronouns
4. The Genitive-Accusative in the History of Noun and Adjective Declension
5. Conditions on the Genitive-Accusative: Correlations with Case Marking
6. Animacy: The Genitive-Accusative in Russian Gender Bibliography:...