Issues in Slavic Syntax and Semantics is a collection of papers dealing with a range of syntactic and semantic phenomena across a variety of Slavic languages. The papers included in this volume were presented at the Graduate Colloquia on Slavic Linguistics held at the Ohio State University, reflecting cutting-edge research in Slavic Linguistics by a new generation of scholars from top American and European universities. Topics include the word order of noun phrases with classifying adjectives, the correlation between morphosyntactic realization and semantic roles of the nouns, semantics and syntax of subordinate imperative constructions, clausal structure and semantic properties of impersonal constructions, temporal properties of embedded subjunctive clauses, and the semantics of yes/no questions. The authors present the analyses of the studied phenomena within a variety of formal syntactic and semantic frameworks, such as the Minimalist program, semantics of events, and temporal semantics. These studies consider syntactic and semantic issues in Russian, Bulgarian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovenian, Old Church Slavonic, Polish, and Lithuanian. In addition, some of the papers also offer diachronic analyses of the studied phenomena. Issues in Slavic Syntax and Semantics definitely will interest linguists engaged in the formal study of natural language syntax and semantics and to Slavicists generally.