Folia Slavica A journal of Slavic, Baltic, and Balkan linguistics and philology no longer in publication. Approximately one volume were published per year, with three numbers per volume and at least 378 pages per volume. Published were: Volume 1 (1977-78); Volume 2 (1978); Volume 3 (1979); Volume 4 (1980-81); Volume 5 (1982); Volume 6 (1983-84); Volume 7 (1984-85); Volume 8 (1986-87). Publication was suspended after Volume 8, and no more are expected. A limited number of copies remain for sale. Prices: $35.00 per volume for libraries and institutions, $20 for individuals for private use. Sales are by volumes, not years. All back volumes are available. ISSN: 0160-9394.
International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics Founded by Roman Jakobson, Edited by Dean S. Worth, Edward Stankiewicz, C. H. Van Schooneveld, Walter N. Vickery. Also no longer a regular publication, a limited number of copies remain for sale. ISSN: 0538-8228
Oral Tradition Edited by John M. Foley In 2007, Oral Tradition ceased to be published in its traditional print format but is available online, free of charge. Additional information and links to issues currently available on line may be found at the home page for the Center for Studies in Oral Tradition at the University of Missouri. Oral Tradition has one volume per year. From Volume 1 through Volume 6, there were three numbers per volume. Volumes starting with 7 (1992) have two numbers per volume, but at least the same total number of pages is published in each volume. The greater single-issue length has also allowed the introduction of a new feature: "clusters" of essays on particular topics or areas, amid the customary mix of articles on a variety of fields. Back Issue Prices $45 per volume for libraries and Institutions $35 for individuals. All back volumes are available.
Issue XXIX (1984)
Witold Manczak: W sprawie czasu i miejsca zapozyczen germanskich w praslowianskim; Christina Y. Bethin: Voicing Assimilation in Polish; Gerald L. Mayer: The Use of Long and Short Forms of the Masculine Definite Article in Bulgarian; Catherine V. Chvany: From Jakobson's Cube as Objet d'Art to a New Model of the Grammatical Sign; James Ferrell: On Russian bolt, bot, and bat and Some Members of Their Families; I. R. Titunik: V. K. Trediakovskij and the Russian Syllabic Heritage; Tomas Venclova: N. A. Nekrasov: "Utrenniaia Progulka"; Alexander Zholkovsky: The `Sinister' in the Poetic World of Pasternak; Review Article: M. Sh. Lotman: Semantika konteksta i podteksta v poezii Mandel'shtama; plus 50 pages of reviews.
Ronald Feldstein: Positional Variation of Nasals in Contemporary Standard Polish; Jiri Marvan: Dievidminnii klas v ukrains'kij movi iak gramatichna kategoriia; James Ferrell: Russian Agent Nouns of the Type Menjala and Menjalo; Lenie Lauwers: The Metrical Typology of Igor' Severjanin's Poetry; Michael Shapiro: Baba-Jaga: A Search for Mythopoeic Origins and Affinities; Discussion: Walter N. Vickery: Lexical Similarities and Thematic Affinities: Three Pushkin Lyrics; Review Article: Vydaiushchiisia vklad v izuchenie russkogo iazyka XVIII veka; reviews.
Lee A. Becker: De Saussure's Laws: The Origin of Distinctive Intonations in Lithuanian; T. M. Nikolaeva: Fakty slavianskoi frazovoi intonatsii v svete areal'no-tipologicheskogo podkhoda; Edward Stankiewicz: The Counted Plurals of the East Slavic Languages; A. J. Hornjatkevyc: Ukrainian Conjugation; Michael S. Flier: The Morphology of the Russian Past Active Participle; Marguerite Guiraud-Weber: La phrase quantitative en russe moderne; Steven Young: Dialectal Data and Etymologies: Russian sochen' and shchi; Vladimir Milicic: A Contribution to Discussions on Serbo-Croatian Metrics; G. S. Smith: Stanza Rhythm in the Iambic Tetrameter of Three Modern Russian Poets; 39 pages of book reviews.
Issue XXVII (1983)
The Editors: Roman Jakobson; Eric P. Hamp: Ja = Runic ek; Witold Manczak: Czas i miejsce zapozyczen germanskich w raslowianskim; Henryk Birnbaum: W sprawie praslowianskich zapozyczen z wczesnogermanskiego, zwlaszcza z gockiego (Na marginesie artykulu Witolda Manczaka); Herbert Galton: Does the West Slavic Accent Have a Delimitative Function?; Lee A. Becker and Christina Y. Bethin: On the Historical Development and Synchronic Nature of the Slovene Prosodic System; B. A. Uspenskij: Diglossiia i dvuiazychie v istorii russkogo literaturnogo iazyka; Ian K. Lilly and Barry P. Scherr: Russian Verse Theory Since 1974: A Commentary and Bibliography; Reviews.
Issue XXV & XXVI (1982)
Special double issue. Studies for Edward Stankiewicz on his 60th Birthday, 17 November 1980, edited by Kenneth E. Naylor, Howard I. Aronson, Bill J. Darden, and Alexander M. Schenker. A Bibliography of the Publications by Edward Stankiewicz; Hans Aarsleff: Brïal, "la semantique" and Saussure; Ronelle Alexander: Structure and Tradition in the Poetry of Vasko Popa; Howard I. Aronson: On "Naturalness" and Structure in the Contemporary Bulgarian Literary Language; James Bailey: Remarks about the Preservation of Archaic Stressing for Some Nouns in Russian Folk Songs; Henrik Birnbaum: On Linguistic Creativity; Maria Zagorska Brooks: Standardization and the Acquisition of the Standard Language in Poland; Bill J. Darden: Reflexes of I.E. Barytones among Balto-Slavic and Slavic Substantives; Antonin Dostal: Concerning New and Old Forms of Purism in the Czech Literary Language; L'ubomir Durovic: A Swedish Testimony of Vowel Fronting in 17-Century Russian; Thomas Eekman: On the Character of Contemporary Russian Rime; Victor Erlich: Two Concepts of the Dostoevsky Novel; Michael S. Flier: Morphophonemic Change as Evidence of Phonemic Change: The Status of the Sharped Velars in Russian; Victor A. Friedman: Reportedness in Bulgarian: Category or Stylistic Variant?; Zbigniew Golab: About the Connection between Kinship Terms and Some Ethnica in Slavic; Harvey Goldblatt: On Church Slavonic Grammatical Terms and their Greek Counterparts in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries; Eric P. Hamp: On Some Colour Terms in Baltic and Slavic; David Huntley: Old Church Slavonic teshti -- tochiti; Gerta Huettl-Folter: Motivations for the Use of Pleophonic Forms in Povest' vremennykh let; Milka Ivic: Slavic Fruit and Vegetable Names and Countability; Roman Iakobson: Zaumnyj Turgenev; D. Barton Johnson: The Role of Synesthesia in Jakobson's Theory of Language; Kostas Kazazis: Reanalysis in Modern Greek Women's Surnames; V. V. Kolesov: Iz zametok po drevnerusskoi poetike; Wladyslaw Lubas: Types of Linguistic Variants in Contemporary Polish; Hugh McLean: Walls and Wire: Notes on the Prison Theme in Russian Literature; Lew R. Micklesen: The Accentology of Slavic Verbs in -i-; John S. Miletich: Toward a Stylistic Description of Expressionist Lyric: The German Phenomenon and its Croatian Analogs; Kenneth E. Naylor: Phonology Affecting Morphology: The Case of Serbocroatian Indeclinables; Lawrence W. Newman: The Genitive-Accusative in Russian; Nils Ake Nilsson: Tuwim's Sokrates tanczacy; Felix J. Oinas: St. George as Forest Spirit; Martina Orozhen: The Lexico-Phraseological Development of the Slovenian Literary Language in the 18th Century; Joseph Paternost: Structural and Semantic Aspects of Slovenian Place Names; Asim Peco: Serbo-Croatian Verbs of the Type krenuti-krenem; Iordan Penchev: The Conjunctions da and za da `in order to' in Standard Bulgarian; Svetozar Petrovic: Enjambement in Serbo-Croatian: A Stable Background; Riccardo Picchio: On Church Slavonic Isonorms; Kazimierz Polanski: Some Remarks on the Development of Jers in Polabian; Krystyna Pomorska: Tolstoy -- Contra Semiosis; Lucylla Pszczolowska: Verse Forms -- Their Stylistic and Semantic Values; David F. Robinson: The Ledesma Nauk Karstianski of 1583 and Its Inclusion in Stulli's Rjecsosloxje of 1806; Robert A. Rothstein: Hucpa and the Klezmer, or What Yiddish Gave to Polish; Alexander Schenker: The Etymology of Czech nahraditi `to compensate, replace'; Franciszek Slawski: Common Slavic drug'' and Its Derivatives; Kiril Taranovsky: The Rhythmical Structure of the Notorious Russian Poem Luka; Olga Adler Titelbaum: The Role of Affixation in Russian Voice and Aspect; C. H. Van Schooneveld: The Extension Feature in Russian; August Robert Vavrus: On the Translation of a Passage in the Vita Methodii; Walter N. Vickery: Hamlet and Don Juan in Blok: "Shagi Komandora"; Bozhidar Vidoeski: A Phonological Description of the Dialect of the Village of Sekavec; Wiktor Weintraub: Polish Stanczyk; Robert H. Whitman: A Note on Prose; Dean S. Worth: Preposition Repetition in Old Russian.