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Impersonal constructions with the accusative case in Lithuanian and Slavic (A Reply to Axel Holvoet)
In this paper, Lithuanian impersonals are explored in comparison with corresponding Polish, Ukrainian, and Belarusian constructions. Special emphasis is placed on the historical substitution of the
Is there any possessive perfect in North Russian?
Abstract Bridget Drinka has recently revived an areal interpretation of the European periphrastic perfect diffusing from the Romance languages via German to Slavic, including North Russian. Based on
Ukrainian in the Language Map of Central Europe: Questions of Areal-Typological Profiling
The paper deals with the areal-typological profiling of Ukrainian among languages of Europe, constituting Standard Average European (SAE) and especially Central European (CE). Placed recently in the
The Ukrainian Bible and the Valuev Circular of July 18, 1863
On July 18 of 1863, a circular sent by Pёtr Valuev,1 Russia’s minister of internal affairs, to the censorship committees imposed restrictions on Ukrainian-language publications in the Russian Empire.
On the Name(s) of the Prostaja Mova in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
A variety of names are traditionally used to refer to the literary language as cultivated by the Belarusians and Ukrainians in the late Middle Ages. It is maintained that the emergence of the term
11. Balkanisms and Carpathianisms or, Carpathian Balkanisms?
  • Andrii Danylenko
  • Environmental Science
    Slavic on the Language Map of Europe
  • 8 October 2019
On the mechanisms of the grammaticalization of comitative and instrumental categories in Slavic
This article critically assesses probabilistic predictions on the theory of contact-induced grammaticalization of the comitative-instrumental polysemy in those Slavic languages which have had a