Encyclopedia of Slavic Languages and Linguistics Online

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Edited by: Marc L. Greenberg (editor-in-chief), University of Kansas; Lenore A. Grenoble (general editor), University of Chicago; associate editors: Stephen M. Dickey, University of Kansas, Masako Ueda Fidler, Brown University, René Genis, University of Amsterdam, Marek Łaziński, University of Warsaw, Anita Peti-Stantić, University of Zagreb, Björn Wiemer, University of Mainz, Nadežda V. Zorixina-Nilsson, Stockholm University

The Encyclopedia of Slavic Languages and Linguistics offers a comprehensive overview of the languages of the Slavic language family and the different ways in which they are and have been studied. It provides authoritative treatment of all important aspects of the Slavic language family from its Indo-European origins to the present day, as well as consideration of interaction of Slavic with other languages.

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ESLL Tentative Table of Contents as of May 2020

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1. The Languages of the Slavic Language Family: Their Structure and Their History

Slavic and Indo-Europeanpublished
Slavic and Balticforthcoming
Map of Slavic Languagescommissioned
Slavic Homeland and Migrationspublished
Taxonomy of Slavic Languages, History ofcommissioned
Proto-Slavicpublished
Church Slavic, Canonicalforthcoming
Church Slavic, Recensions offorthcoming
South Slavic Languagescommissioned
West Slavic Languagescommissioned
East Slavic Languagescommissioned
Bulgarianpublished
Macedonianforthcoming
Croato-Serbian, Serbo-Croatian (19th c.-1990)commissioned
Bosnianforthcoming
Croatiancommissioned
Montenegrinpublished
Serbianforthcoming
Sloveneforthcoming
Czechcommissioned
Slovakcommissioned
Sorbian, Lower and Uppercommissioned
Polishpublished
Kashubianpublished
Belarusianpublished
Ukrainianforthcoming
Russianforthcoming
Silesian (in Poland)published
Silesian (in Czech Republic)/Lachianpublished
Moravianpublished
Kajkavianforthcoming
Čakavianpublished
Štokavianpublished
Prekmurjeforthcoming
Torlakforthcoming
Carpatho-Rusynforthcoming
Pannonian Rusynforthcoming
Middle Ruthenianpublished
Burgenland Croatian (Gradišćanskohrvatski jezik)published
Molise Slavicpublished
Resianforthcoming
Polszczyzna Kresowa (Północna)commissioned
Polszczyzna Kresowa (Południowa): The Polish Language in Ukrainepublished
Old Believers, Language of thepublished
Doukhobors, Language of thepublished
Western Polesia, Languagecommissioned
Bunjevci, Language of thepublished
Pomaks, Language of theforthcoming
Goranci (Gorani) , Language of thecommissioned
Bulgarians of the Banat, Language of thecommissioned
Surzhykforthcoming
Trasjankaforthcoming
Russenorsktentative
Russian Pidgin Languagespublished
Alaskan Russianforthcoming
Prostorečie (Gorodskoe)published
Russkaja Razgovornaja Reč'published
Žargon Padonkovforthcoming
Spisovná čeština (History of)published
Hovorová češtinapublished
Obecná češtinapublished
Illyrian Movementforthcoming
Slaveno-Serbskitentative
Medieval Rusian Diglossia (OCS + Rusian)tentative
Polabianpublished
Pannoniantentative
Slovincianpublished
Novgorod Dialect (Birchbark)commissioned
Cokan´epublished
2. Theoretical Approaches
Cognitive Linguistics (Cognitive grammar)forthcoming
Cognitive Semanticspublished
Computational Linguistics and Slavictentative
Construction Grammar and Slavicforthcoming
Dialectology and Linguistic Typology in Comparative Linguisticsforthcoming
Existing (Slavic) Linguistic Corporatentative
Corpus(-Based) Research and Slavicforthcoming
Parallel Corpora of Slavic Languagestentative
Corpus-Based Contrastive Analysistentative
Contrastive Analysis/Contrastive Linguisticstentative
Discourse Analysis and Slavictentative
Functional Grammar (Leningrad/St. Petersburg School)published
Prague School Linguisticscommissioned
Prague Linguistic Circlecommissioned
Jakobsonian Linguisticstentative
Functional Sentence Perspectiveforthcoming
Prague School Phonologypublished
Schools of Phonology: Moscow, St. Petersburgforthcoming
Functional Syntaxpublished
Functional-Communicative Syntaxtentative
Communicative Grammartentative
Generative Grammar, Minimalism, Government, and Binding and Slavictentative
Optimality and Slavictentative
Text Linguistics and Slavictentative
Formal Semanticstentative
Lexical Semanticstentative
Slavic Gender Linguisticspublished
Kazan' Schoolcommissioned
Political Discourse Analysistentative
Meaning ↔ textforthcoming
Warsaw-Toruń Schoolpublished

3. Phonetics and Phonology

Vowel Gradationpublished
Clitic Placementtentative
Accent Systems, Suprasegmental Phonetics, and Phonologycommissioned
Consonantal Phonetics and Phonologytentative
Vocalic Phonetics and Phonologytentative
Pitch-Accenttentative
Quantity Systemstentative
Fixed Accent Systemstentative
Syllable Structurepublished
Phonotactics and Sandhipublished
Syntax-Phonology Interfacecommissioned
Intonation (Sentence)tentative
Cekanne-Dzekannepublished
Akan'e-Jakan'eforthcoming
Czech Ablaut (česká přehláska)tentative
Polish Ablauttentative
Phonosemantics (Phonosymbolism, Sound Symbolism)published

4. Morphosyntax

Feminitives (Word Formation)forthcoming
Compoundingtentative
Neologismstentative
Voice: Combinatoricsforthcoming
Voice and Diathesis (History of Notions in Slavic Linguistics)forthcoming
Passiveforthcoming
Reflexive Passiveforthcoming
Antipassivepublished
Middle Voice (Medium)published
Recipient Passivepublished
Inchoative Passivetentative
Absentivepublished
Definiteness (Morphological)forthcoming
Finiteness / Nonfinite and Finite Verbal Formstentative
Prefixation (Verbal, Morphology)tentative
Prefixation from a Typological Perspectivetentative
Derivationforthcoming
Inflectional Systemscommissioned
Affixationtentative
Inflectioncommissioned
Aktionsartpublished
Lexical Aspect (Clause Semantic feature)tentative
Functions of L-Participlepublished
Inchoativitytentative
Ingressivitytentative
Telicity and Terminativitytentative
Iterativity, Habituality, and Inactual Presenttentative
Iterative and Habitual Verbstentative
Factualness and Factivitytentative
Causation and Causativestentative
Grammatical Categoriescommissioned
Numbercommissioned
Paucalpublished
Dualtentative
Case and Semantic Rolestentative
Personcommissioned
Aspectforthcoming
Aspectual Pairstentative
Biaspectual Verbstentative
Anaspectual verbs (Unaspectual, Nonaspectual)forthcoming
Impersonal Constructionsforthcoming
Complex Sentencesforthcoming
Tenseforthcoming
Historical Presenttentative
Evidentialitycommissioned
Virilitytentative
Relative Clausesforthcoming
Complementationcommissioned
Complementizerstentative
Conditionalstentative
Clause Linkageforthcoming
Comparison Clausesforthcoming
Word Orderforthcoming
Particlesforthcoming
Modal Particlescommissioned
Focus Particlesforthcoming
Verb Particlesforthcoming
Agreementtentative
Participles, Constructions withforthcoming
Gerunds, Constructions withcommissioned
Infinitives, Constructions withpublished
Infinitive Loss (Balkans)commissioned
Nomina Actionispublished
Prepositions (PP)forthcoming
Complex Prepositionsforthcoming
Secondary Predicatesforthcoming
Adverbscommissioned
Adjectivestentative
Nounstentative
Conjunctionscommissioned
Verb Classificationscommissioned
Verbs of Motioncommissioned
Numerals, Constructions withforthcoming
Future (Heterogeneous Types)tentative
Pluperfect (Modern Slavic)commissioned
Preterite Systems in Slavictentative
Reflexive Reciprocalscommissioned
Quotations and Quotativesforthcoming
Deixisforthcoming
Metaphor, Metonymytentative
Comparison (Comparative Constructions, Degree)tentative
Definiteness (Syntactic)tentative
Negation in Russianforthcoming
Possessionforthcoming
Predicative Possessiontentative
Inalienable Possessioncommissioned
Adnominal Possessive Constructionscommissioned
External Possessorscommissioned
Subject (Treatment of)forthcoming
Object, Direct and Indirect (Treatment of)commissioned
Spacetentative
Modalitycommissioned
Moodcommissioned
Taxisforthcoming
Differential Object Marking (DOM)tentative
Differential Argument Marking (DAM)commissioned
Be and Have: General Semantics, Grammaticalization, and Alignmentforthcoming
Da Clauses/Connectivespublished
Predicativescommissioned
Raisingcommissioned
Control Constructionscommissioned
Clitic Climbingtentative
Clitic Clusterscommissioned
Predicative Instrumentalpublished
Object Clitic Doublingforthcoming
Iconicity in Grammartentative
Colligationtentative

5. Lexicon

Time Expressions (Overview)tentative
Month Namespublished
Day Namespublished
Kinship Termspublished
Deonymstentative
Toponomasticstentative
Anthroponymsforthcoming
Patronymicscommissioned
Hydronymytentative
Hypocoristicsforthcoming
Group Names (Ethnonyms, Patrials, Endogamous, Exogamous)tentative
Lexical Typologycommissioned
Idiomstentative
Polysemyforthcoming
Euphemismtentative
Body Partscommissioned
Food and Drinkpublished
False Friends (False Cognates)commissioned
Borrowing (Overview)published
Anglicisms in Slavic Languagestentative
Labile (Ambitransitive) Verbstentative
Natural Reciprocalstentative
Reflexive Reciprocalstentative
Onomatopoeiatentative
Affixationtentative

6. Lexicography

Etymologyforthcoming
Obscure Prehistorical Accessions to the Slavic Lexiconpublished
Methodologytentative
Moscow Schoolforthcoming
Active Dictionaryforthcoming
Tolkovo-Kombinatornyj Slovar'forthcoming
Lexical Functionsforthcoming
Lexemecommissioned

7. Discourse and Pragmatics

Structure of Text (Cohesion, Coherence, Discourse Flow, Intertextuality)tentative
Genre Analysistentative
Empathytentative
Interactiontentative
Conversation Analysistentative
Turn-Taking and Adjacency Pairstentative
Tacttentative
Speech Acts, Illocutionary Acts, Relevancetentative
Declarativetentative
Exclamativetentative
Performativestentative
Imperativestentative
Impositiontentative
Referential Systemsforthcoming
Requeststentative
Social-Pragmatic Functions of Discoursetentative
Humortentative
Political Anecdotestentative
Terms of Address (incl. Honorifics)tentative
Contexttentative
Discourse Markerspublished
Discourse Particlestentative
Face, Power, and Identityforthcoming
Politeness/Impolitenessforthcoming
Argumentationtentative
Euphemism, Tabootentative
Emphasistentative
Intensificationtentative
Critical Discourse Analysistentative
Political Discoursetentative
Implicaturetentative
Relevancetentative
Propositiontentative
Keyword and Keymorph Analysispublished
Collocation Analysistentative
Registertentative
Language Adaptationtentative
Accommodationtentative
Content Questiontentative
Question Types/Interrogative Typestentative
Mitigation, Hedgingtentative
Computer-Mediated Communicationtentative
Rhetorical Questiontentative
Rhetoricstentative
Silencetentative
Abusetentative
Vocative (Pragmatics)tentative
Parentheticalsforthcoming
Veridicalitycommissioned
Echoic Deonticsforthcoming
Jako Recitativumforthcoming

8. Historical Linguistics, Diachronic Change, Diatopy

Grammaticalizationforthcoming
Lexicalizationforthcoming
Jerforthcoming
Jatforthcoming
Polnoglasieforthcoming
Pochyleniepublished
Law of Open Syllablesforthcoming
Syllabic Synharmonizationcommissioned
Contractioncommissioned
Palatalizationscommissioned
Liquid Metathesiscommissioned
Compensatory Lengtheningpublished
Winter's Lawtentative
Dybo's Lawpublished
Ivšić's Retractionpublished
Stang's Lawpublished
De Saussure's Lawpublished
Accentologypublished
Aspect, Evolution and Development ofcommissioned
Verbal Aspect in Old Church Slavicforthcoming
Preterite Systems in Balkan Slaviccommissioned
Reanalysisforthcoming
Exaptationforthcoming
Insubordinationtentative
Functional Operationspublished
Merger of Alveolar and Dental Fricatives and Affricates (Mazurism)published

9. Writing

Early Textual Monumentstentative
Alphabetscommissioned
Writing Traditionscommissioned
Jazyčiecommissioned
Transliterationtentative
Glagoliticforthcoming
Cyrillic, History oftentative
Typographytentative
Unicodecommissioned
Epigraphypublished
Bosančicatentative
Bohoričicatentative
Metelčicatentative
Ideographs, Emoticonstentative
Alhamijadoforthcoming

10. Sociolinguistics

Diglossia (Diglossic Situations)tentative
Bilingualismtentative
Interdialecttentative
Code-Switchingtentative
Diaspora, Slavic Languages incommissioned
European Union, Slavic Languages in theforthcoming
Habsburg Empire, Slavic Languages in thetentative
Legal and Sociolinguistic Status of Štokavian-Based Languages in Bosnia and Herzegovinacommissioned
Translation and Interpreting at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Haguepublished
Language Legislationtentative
Language Rightstentative
Slavic Languages as Minority Languagesforthcoming
Slavic Languages and National Revivalpublished
Ottoman Empire, Slavic Languages in theforthcoming
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Slavic Languages in thecommissioned
Soviet Union, Slavic Languages in theforthcoming
Yugoslavia, Slavic Languages inforthcoming
Sociolects, Jargons, Slang, Invective (Mat, Prison Argot)tentative
Purismpublished

11. Language Contact, Areal Linguistics, and Multilingualism

Contact Linguistics and Slaviccommissioned
Inter-Slavic Contactforthcoming
Balkan Convergence Areacommissioned
Carpathian Convergence Areacommissioned
Habsburg Convergence Areaforthcoming
Baltic-Slavic-Finnish Convergence Areacommissioned
Albanian and Slavic in Contactpublished
Baltic Languages and Slavic in Contactcommissioned
Germanic and Slavic Contact: Grammatical Effectscommissioned
Germanic and Slavic: Lexiconforthcoming
Greek and Slavic (in Contact)commissioned
Iranian and Slavicpublished
Mongolic and Slavicpublished
Celto-Slavic Linguistic Relationship: Inheritance and Contactcommissioned
Romance and Slavicpublished
Romanian and Slavicforthcoming
Istro-Romanian: A Romance-Speaking Enclave in a Slavic- Speaking Areapublished
Siberian Languages and Russiancommissioned
Turkic Languages and Slavicpublished
Balkan Slavic and Balkan Turkishpublished
Uralic and Slavicpublished
Yiddish and Slavicforthcoming
Romani and Slavicpublished
Substrata in Slavic Languagesforthcoming
Palaeo-Balkan Languages and Slaviccommissioned
Language Loss: Czech in the Diasporapublished
Hungarian and Slavicforthcoming
Knaanic (Judeo-Slavic)tentative
Cultural Borrowing in Lexicontentative

12. Language Acquisition

Heritage Languagestentative
First-Language Acquisitionforthcoming
Second-Language Acquisitionpublished
First-Language Acquisition: Speech Acquisitiontentative
First-Language Acquisition: Lexical Acquisitiontentative
First-Language Acquisition: Development of Syntaxtentative
First-Language Acquisition: Development of Morphologytentative
First-Language Acquisition: Input/Child-Directed Speechforthcoming
First-Language Acquisition: Monolingual and Bilingual Acquisition of Verbal Aspectforthcoming
Bilingual Acquisitioncommissioned

13. Special and Interdisciplinary Topics

Balto-Slavic Accentology, Schools ofpublished
Archaeology of the Early Slavspublished
Archaeological Artifacts of the Slavs: 500–1000 CEforthcoming
Archaeology of the Slavic Migrationspublished
Aspectology (Historiography)forthcoming
Genetics and Slavic Languagespublished
Religion, Folklore, and Slavic Languagescommissioned
Stylisticstentative
Gesturetentative