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Dutch contributions to the Fourteenth International Congress of Slavists, Ohrid, September 10-16, 2008 [electronic resource] : linguistics / edited by Peter Houtzagers, Janneke Kalsbeek, Jos Schaeken.
International Congress of Slavists (14th : 2008 : Ohrid, Macedonia)
Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2008.
1 online resource (579 p.)
Houtzagers, H. P. (H. Peter)
Kalsbeek, Janneke, 1953-
Studies in Slavic and general linguistics ; v. 34.
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Studies in Slavic and general linguistics ; vol. 34
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This volume contains articles by 17 slavists from the Low Countries. Although they are all about Slavic linguistics, they cover a wide range of subjects and their theoretical implications are often not restricted to slavistics alone. Most contributions deal with Russian or Slavic in general, but South and West Slavic are also represented. The reader who knows the strong points for which Dutch slavistics is traditionally known and appreciated will not be disappointed: s/he will find papers on syntax and semantics (Fortuin, Van Helden, Honselaar, Keijsper, Tribušinina), aspectology (Barentsen, Genis), philology (Veder), historical Slavic phonology and morphology (Derksen, Kortlandt, Vermeer), dialectology (Houtzagers, Pronk), the study of sentence intonation (Odé) and papers representing crossroads between these disciplines: philology and historical linguistics (Hendriks, Schaeken), aspectology and philology (Kalsbeek). Apart from its quality in the linguistic fields enumerated here, Dutch Slavic linguistics is known for its empirical approach: the main goal is to find explanations for linguistic reality. Theory is relevant inasmuch as it helps us to find such explanations and not for its own sake. Though each and every paper in this volume exemplifies this empirical attitude, it might be especially illustrative to mention that almost all authors who studied the larger contemporary Slavic languages made extensive use of language corpus resources, part of which were collected at the University of Amsterdam.
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BЬIPAЖEHИE ПOCЛEДOBATEЛЬHOCTИ ДEЙCTBИЙ ПPИ ПOBTOPЯEMOCTИ B ПPOШЛOM B COBPEMEHHЬIX CЛABЯHCКИX ЯЗЬIКAX / Aдpиah Ƃapehtceh
NOTES ON THE SLAVIC METATHESIS OF LIQUIDS / Rick Derksen
SEMANTICS AND SYNTAX OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF DEGREE IN RUSSIAN / Egbert Fortuin
PERDURATIVITY IN POLISH – 100 YEARS AFTER AGRELL / René Genis
VICISSITUDES OF THE GENITIVE RULE / W. Andries van Helden
ON THE COMPOSITION AND LANGUAGE OF THREE EARLY MODERN RUSSIAN-GERMAN PHRASEBOOKS / Pepijn Hendriks and Jos Schaeken
THE EXPRESSION OF FUTURE TENSE IN THE PHRASEBOOK OF TÖNNIES FENNE (PSKOV, 1607): A PHILOLOGICAL APPROACH / Pepijn Hendriks
RECIPROCAL MARKERS IN RUSSIAN / Wim Honselaar
ON BURGENLAND CROATIAN ISOGLOSSES / Peter Houtzagers
PAST TENSE HABITUAL EXPRESSIONS IN OLD CROATIAN TEXTS / Janneke Kalsbeek
FROM OVS ORDER TO CONVERSE STRUCTURE IN RUSSIAN AND OTHER SLAVIC LANGUAGES / Cornelia E. Keijsper
SLAVIC HISTORICAL MORPHOLOGY: NOMINAL PARADIGMS / Frederik Kortlandt
TRANSCRIPTION OF RUSSIAN INTONATION, TORI, AN INTERACTIVE RESEARCH TOOL AND LEARNING MODULE ON THE INTERNET / Cecilia Odé
FONOLOŠKI OPIS GOVORA POTOČ V ZILJSKI DOLINI / Tijmen Pronk
HECКOЛЬКO AКCИOM O ПPИЛAГATEЛЬHЬIX-AHTOHИMAX: КOHTPAPГYMEHTЬI ИЗ PYCCКOГO ЯЗЬIКA / Eлeha Tpиƃyшиhиha
THE GLAGOLITIC BARRIER / William R. Veder
PEDERSEN’S CHRONOLOGY OF THE PROGRESSIVE PALATALIZATION / Willem Vermeer.
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