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Fri Oct 4 1996

TOC: Journal of Slavic Linguistics, vol. 4

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  1. George Fowler, Journal of Slavic Linguistics, vol. 4, no. 1 and new WWW page

Message 1: Journal of Slavic Linguistics, vol. 4, no. 1 and new WWW page

Date: Tue, 01 Oct 1996 21:05:57 CDT
From: George Fowler <gfowlerindiana.edu>
Subject: Journal of Slavic Linguistics, vol. 4, no. 1 and new WWW page
The Journal of Slavic Linguistics announces the publication of vol. 4,
no. 1 (the first 1996 issue). Contents are given below, followed by
subscription and contact information.

We are also pleased to announce a new URL for our WWW page:

<http://clover.slavic.pitt.edu/~jsl/index.html>;

(The old URL still works, but it contains the old WWW page. We suggest
you set a bookmark to the new URL.)

New content there includes an updated version of the Billings and Maling
bibliography originally published in JSL 3, 1-2, the latest Reflections
piece, and

CONTENTS: JOURNAL OF SLAVIC LINGUISTICS 4,1

Steven Franks
 Reflections: Building Bridges 1

ARTICLES

Alina Israeli
 Discourse Analysis of Russian Aspect: Accent on Creativity 8

James S. Levine and Charles Jones
 Agent, Purpose, and Russian Middles 50

Rosemary Kuhn Plapp
 Russian /i/ and /y/ as Underlying Segments 76

Tom Priestly
 On the Etymology of the Ethnic Slur Tschusch 109

Michael Yadroff
 Modern Russian Vocatives: A Case of Subtractive Morphology 133

REMARKS

Vladimir Orel
 Slavic *mo,do 'Testicle' 154

Oscar E. Swan
 An Exercise in Ghost Forms: The Declension of OCS
 vepr" ~ vepr'" 'Boar' 159

REVIEW

Martina Lindseth
 Uwe Junghanns. Syntaktische und semantische Eigenschaften
 russischer finaler Infinitiveinbettungen 167

Subscriptions: $30 individuals ($27 standing order or by Jan. 31 of the
current year), $20 students or (gift subscriptions to E. Europe/xUSSR),
$40 institutions. Back issues (vol. 1-3) available from Indiana University
Linguistics Club (iulcindiana.edu).

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