Linguistics

Laura Janda and Steven Clancy

$54.95
978-0-89357-334-8
xiv + 376 and CD-ROM
2006
Paperback

More than a decade of research on Slavic case semantics has come together in a valuable new pedagogical tool through the work of Laura Janda and Steven Clancy. The Case Book for Czech presents the Czech case system in terms of structured semantic wholes. This method of explanation is easily accessible to students and provides a coherent conceptual framework that...

Roman Jakobson with the assistance of Kathy Santilli

OUT OF PRINT
$9.95
0-89357-068-0
48
1989
Paperback

An important work by the most eminent linguist of the 20th century, with new findings in an area which interested him throughout his long career. "this book... may be considered the scientific will of this great linguist (or even better: philologist) of our century." Revue roumaine de linguistique.

$24.95
0-89357-217-9
255
1991
Paperback

This monograph describes the South Slavic dialect of a village which is located about 6 km. south of the Greek-Yugoslav border and 10 km. from the town of Lerin (Florina). The author of this study, who is a professor of Slavic linguistics at the University of Hamburg, had the unique opportunity of living with speakers of the dialect for extended...

Edited by Celia Hawkesworth and Ranko Bugarski

$32.95
0-89357-298-5
325
2004
Paperback

Contents

Prelude by Ranko Bugarski: Overview of the linguistic aspects of the disintegration of former Yugoslavia Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Milorad Radovanovic: From Serbo-Croatian to Serbian: external and internal language developments
Ljubomir Popovic: From standard Serbian through Serbo-Croatian to standard Serbian
Dubravka Valic Nedeljkovic: Education and mass media in the languages of ethnic communities in Vojvodina
Robert Greenberg: From Serbo-Croatian...

$29.95
0-89357-276-4
ca. 220
2000
Paperback

The grammar has three primary purposes. First, it may serve as a practical handbook, presenting the essential linguistic facts of contemporary Bulgarian to the foreign language learner who seeks to deepen his understanding of Bulgarian beyond the bare bones of the language textbook and classroom. Second, it is a comprehensive reference grammar, providing information about the structure of synchronic Bulgarian...

$27.95
0-89357-268-3
x + 294
1996
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Most students who take Russian wonder about various aspects of its phonology and grammatical system, especially the idiosyncracies and intricacies that differ markedly from English. Many sense that a more orderly system must underlie the complex and often confusing system presented in beginning textbooks. Hart's book introduces students to Russian linguistics through a study of various topics in phonetics, phonology,...

$24.95
0-89357-258-6
178
1995
Paperback

Although there are over nine million Roma (plural of Rom, the correct name for those people who have been more often referred to as "Gypsies" in English) in Europe and North America (plus many more all over the world), no usable modern grammar of their language, Romani, exists in English. Of all the different kinds of Romani, the Vlax dialects...

$34.95
089357-312-4
370
2003
Paperback

Monastic Traditions represents the "Selected Proceedings" of the Fourth International Hilandar Conference, held 14Ð15 August 1998, on the campus of The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, as part of the worldwide commemoration of the 800th anniversary of the founding of Hilandar Monastery on Mount Athos, Greece. Of the 21 papers and abstracts represented in this volume, 13 are directly related...

$34.95
$29.95
0-19-508970-7
0-19-508971-5
432
1995
Paperback & Hardcover

From the Oxford University Press Slavica had the opportunity to buy up the limited remaining stock of this fundamental work on formal Slavic syntax when the original publisher, Oxford University Press, decided to declare it out of print. We are delighted to offer it at a lower than half of its original price in both hardcover and paperback. Focusing on...

Steven Franks, Vrinda Chidambaram, and Brian Joseph, eds.

$34.95
978-0-89357-364-5
2009
Paperback

For nearly fifty years E. Wayles Browne has been a unique and almost irreplaceable intellectual resource for specialists in Slavic linguistics, working on a myriad of topics in a variety of languages and from a range of theoretical perspectives. He has been a subtle yet persistent force in bringing Slavic puzzles to the attention of the larger world of linguists...

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