Issue Title
Vol 11 (2008) Why послушать, but услышать? Abstract  PDF
Tore Nesset, Laura A. Janda, Julia Kuznetsova, Olga Lyashevskaya, Anastasia Makarova, Svetlana Sokolova
Vol 12 (2009) Getting out: A preliminary analysis of вы- and из- Abstract  PDF
Tore Nesset, Anna Baydimirova, Laura A. Janda
Vol 14 (2011) Russian morphophonemics in a nutshell: The verb vstat’ ‘stand up’ Abstract  PDF
Anna Endresen, Vladimir Plungian
Vol 13 (2010) Are prefixes always or never “empty”? Abstract  PDF
Tatiana Pozolotina
Vol 12 (2009) Emptiness is not so empty: The meaning of the Russian prefix вы- in the natural perfective verbs Abstract  PDF
Tatiana Pozolotina
Vol 12 (2009) «Засмотрите и зацените»: продуктивность приставки за- в современном русском языке
(“Zasmotrite i zacenite”: Productivity of the Prefix ZA- in Modern Russian)
Abstract  PDF
Svetlana Sokolova
Vol 17 (2014) Four Ways to Get Tangled Up in Russian Abstract  PDF
Maria Nordrum
Vol 16 (2013) Prefix Variation: A Comparison between Slang and Contemporary Standard Russian Abstract  PDF
Jonas Gjervold
1 - 8 of 8 Items

Search tips:

  • Search terms are case-insensitive
  • Common words are ignored
  • By default only articles containing all terms in the query are returned (i.e., AND is implied)
  • Combine multiple words with OR to find articles containing either term; e.g., education OR research
  • Use parentheses to create more complex queries; e.g., archive ((journal OR conference) NOT theses)
  • Search for an exact phrase by putting it in quotes; e.g., "open access publishing"
  • Exclude a word by prefixing it with - or NOT; e.g. online -politics or online NOT politics
  • Use * in a term as a wildcard to match any sequence of characters; e.g., soci* morality would match documents containing "sociological" or "societal"