Laura A. Janda’s publications

(Please note: This page houses links to all my articles. Some are in pdf versions, in which case the pagination can be used for citation. Others are in the electronic version that they were submitted in, so one would need to dig out the printed version in order to cite specific page numbers.)

BOOKS

Time and Space in Russian Temporal Expressions (= Russian Linguistics, v. 37, No. 3 2013). Edited by Stephen M. Dickey, Laura A. Janda, and Tore Nesset.

Ten Lectures on Cognitive Linguistics as an Empirical Science. Eminent Linguists Lecture Series. 2013. Beijing, China: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press. 350pp.

Cognitive Linguistics: The Quantitative Turn. The Essential Reader. Edited by Laura A. Janda. 2013. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. 289pp.

Aspect in Slavic: Creating Time, Creating Grammar (= Journal of Slavic Linguistics, v. 21, number 1). Edited by Laura A. Janda. 2013. 204pp.

Why Russian aspectual prefixes aren't empty: prefixes as verb classifiers. 2013. Janda as first author; co-authored with Anna Endresen, Julia Kuznetsova, Olga Lyashevskaya, Anastasia Makarova, Tore Nesset, Svetlana Sokolova. Bloomington, IN: Slavica. Find out more about this book HERE and link to the data here.

Slavic Linguistics in a Cognitive Framework, ed. by Marcin Grygiel and Laura A. Janda. Vienna: Peter Lang GmbH. 2011. 327pp.

The Case Book for Czech, a coherent description of all the uses of all the cases with examples for linguists and learners. A companion CD-ROM co-authored with Steven J. Clancy. Bloomington, IN: Slavica. 2006. 375pp. A sample chapter is available here. Interactive exercises are available here.

Gemeinslavisch und Slavisch im Vergleich: Einfürung in die Entwicklung von Phonologie und Flexion. (= German translation of Common and comparative Slavic), co-authored with Charles E. Townsend. Munich: Otto Sagner, 2002. 237pp.

Where One's Tongue Rules Well: A Festschrift for Charles E. Townsend, ed. by Laura A. Janda, Steven Franks, and Ronald Feldstein. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica. 2002.

The Case Book for Russian, a coherent description of all the uses of all the cases with examples for linguists and learners. A companion CD-ROM co-authored with Steven J. Clancy. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica. 2002. A sample chapter (Genitive, text only) is available here. Interactive exercises are available here.

Czech (= Languages of the World/Materials 125), coauthored with Charles E. Townsend. Munich/Newcastle: LINCOM EUROPA. 2000. 106 pp.

Back from the brink: a study of how relic forms in languages serve as source material for analogical extension (= LINCOM Studies in Slavic Linguistics 01). Munich/Newcastle: LINCOM EUROPA, 1996. 215 pp.

Common and comparative Slavic: Phonology and inflection, with special attention to Russian, Polish, Czech, Serbo-Croatian, and Bulgarian, an interpretive handbook coauthored with Charles E. Townsend. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica, 1996. 310 pp.

A Geography of Case Semantics: The Czech Dative and the Russian Instrumental (=Cognitive Linguistics Research, v. 4). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1993. 225 pp.

A Semantic Analysis of the Russian Verbal Prefixes ZA-, PERE-, DO- and OT- (= Slavistische Beiträge, Band 192). Munich: Otto Sagner, 1986. 261 pp. This book can now be dowloaded chapter by chapter: Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapters 10-11, Chapter 12.

By Anne Stepan Keown. Metaphorical Motivations for Politeness Strategies: Linguistic Evidence from Russian, Polish, and Czech. 2004. PhD Dissertation at UNC Chapel Hill (Janda was advisor).

ARTICLES

(order of authors is alphabetical unless marked otherwise with []; all articles are either available through links or by request)

“A Constructicon for Russian: Filling in the Gaps”. Co-authored with Olga Lyashevskaya, Tore Nesset, Ekaterina Rakhilina, Francis M. Tyers. Forthcoming in Benjamin Lyngfelt, Tiago Timponi Torrent, Lars Borin & Kyoko Hirose Ohara (Eds.), Constructicography: Constructicon development across languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Co. 30pp.

“Predicting Russian Aspect by Frequency Across Genres”. co-authored with Hanne M. Eckhoff and Olga Lyashevskaya. Forthcoming in Slavic and East European Journal. 30pp.

“Cognitive Linguistics: A Neat Theory for Messy Data”. Co-authored with Stephen M. Dickey. Forthcoming in Journal of Slavic Linguistics. 16pp.

“Five statistical models for Likert-type experimental data on acceptability judgments”, co-authored with Anna Endresen[1]. Journal of Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science 3(2) 2016/2017, 217–250. https://doi.org/10.1558/jrds.30822.

“The Quantitative Turn”. In Barbara Dancygier (ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. 2017. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 498-514. ISBN-13: 9781107118447.

В.Д. Соловьев, В.В. Бочкарев, Л.А. Янда. Динамика частот употребления семантически близких слов. Труды международной конференции "Корпусная лингвистика-2017" - СПб., 2017. с.325-329. ISSN 2412-9623.

“Mesto dvuvidovyx glagolov v modeli vidovyx gnezd [The place of biaspectual verbs in the cluster model]”. In: V. Z. Dem’jankov and A. L. Šarandin (eds.), Kognitivnye issledovanija jazyka. Vypusk XXIV. Ličnost’, Jazyk, Soznanie. Moscow and Tambov: Institut jazykoznanija RAN, 2016. pp. 736-751.

“Kognitivní gramatika”. In Karlík, P. - Nekula, M. - Pleskalová, J. (eds.) Nový encyklopedický slovník češtiny [New Encyclopedic Dictionary of Czech]. 2016. Prague: Nakladatelství Lidové noviny, pp. 822–823.

“The ongoing eclipse of possessive suffixes in North Saami: A case study in reduction of morphological complexity”. co-authored with Lene Antonsen[2]. Diachronica 33:3 (2016), 330-366. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1075/dia.33.3.02jan.

“Why neither the prefixes nor our arguments are empty”. Russian Language Journal 2015 (Published in 2016) 65, 99-120.

“Čohkkejitgo bohccuideaset vai iežaset bohccuid? – Oamastanráhkadusat davvisámi girjjálašvuođas [Do they collect their (marked with possessive suffix) reindeer or do they collect their (marked with genitive reflexive pronoun) reindeer? Possessive constructions in North Saami prose]”. co-authored with Lene Antonsen. 2016 Sámis 21, 12-15.

“Who needs particles? A challenge to the classification of particles as a part of speech in Russian”, co-authored with Anna Endresen, Robert Reynolds and Francis M. Tyers. Russian Linguistics 40:2 (2016), 1-30, DOI: 10.1007/s11185-016-9160-2.

“Linguistic profiles: A quantitative approach to theoretical questions”. Jazyk i metod 3 (2016), 127-146.

“Charles E. Townsend In Memoriam”. 2015. Journal of Slavic Linguistics 23(2): 181–87.

“Oamastanráhkadusat davvisámi girjjálašvuođas”. [Possessive constructions in North Saami prose]. co-authored with Lene Antonsen. Dieđut 2(2015), 9-43.

“Verbal Prefixation in Russian”. 2015. Mundo Eslavo 14, 7-25.

“Obituary: Charles E. Townsend 1932-2015”. 2015. Czech Language News 43, 8-10.

“Change of paradigms – New paradoxes. Recontextualizing language and linguistics”. co-authored with Eline Zenner [1], Gitte Kristiansen [2], and Arie Verhagen [4]. In: Jocelyne Daems, Eline Zenner, Kris Heylen, Dirk Speelman and Hubert Cuyckens (eds.), Change of Paradigms – New Paradoxes. Recontextualizing Language and Linguistics. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 1-14.

“Slavic Aspectual Prefixes and Numeral Classifiers: Two Kinds of Lexico-Grammatical Unitizers”. Co-authored with Stephen M. Dickey. Lingua 168, 57-84. DOI: 10.1016/j.lingua.2015.09.005.

“Russian Aspectual Types: Croft’s Typology Revised”. In: Miriam Shrager, George Fowler, Steven Franks, and Edna Andrews (eds.). 2015. Studies in Slavic Linguistics and Accentology in Honor of Ronald F. Feldstein, Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, pp. 147-167.

“Nekrolog: Charles E. Townsend (1932–2015)”. 2015. Zeitschrift für Slawistik 60(4): 659–661. DOI 10.1515/slaw-2015-0041.

“About the ja- in makedonskiot jazik: The fate of ę- and ě- in Macedonian,” coauthored with Victor Friedman (reprint of 1994 article). In: Fridman, Viktor A./Friedman Victor A. 2015. Makedonistički studii 2/Macedonian Studies 2. Skopje: Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, pp. 57-62..

“Tense Aspect Mood”. In: Dąbrowska, Ewa & Dagmar Divjak (eds.). 2015. Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 39). Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 616-634.

“Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2015”. 2015. Cognitive Semantics 1, 131-154.

“Aspektual’nye tipy russkogo glagola: peresmatrivaja tipologiju Krofta”. Jazyk i mysl’: Sovremennaja kognitivnaja lingvistika / Sost. A. A. Kibrik, A. D. Košelev: red. A. A. Kibrik, A. D. Košelev, A. V. Kravčenko, Ju. B. Maurova, O. V. Fedorova. M.: Jazyki slavjanskoj kul’tury, 2015. (Ser. "Razumnoe povedenie i jazyk. Language and Reasoning"). Language and thought: Contemporary cognitive linguistics / Compiled by A. A. Kibrik and A. D. Koshelev. Ed. by A. A. Kibrik, A. D. Koshelev, A. V. Kravchenko, Ju. V. Mazurova, and O. V. Fedorova. — Moscow: Languages of Slavic Culture, 2015. — 848 pp. — (“Language and Reasoning” series). pp. 213-237. available on request.

"The role of non-canonical subjects in the overall grammar of a language: A case study of Russian", co-authored with Dagmar S. Divjak. 2015. In Marja-Liisa Helasvuo and Tuomas Huumo (eds.), Subjects in constructions: Canonical and non-canonical. (series: Constructional Approaches to Language, 16) Amsterdam & Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins, 293-317. available on request

“Old Church Slavonic byti Part One: Grammatical Profiling Analysis”, co-authored with Hanne M. Eckhoff [1] and Tore Nesset [2]. 2014. Slavic and East European Journal 58.3, 482-497. Data available at: hdl:10037.1/10074.

“Old Church Slavonic byti Part Two: Constructional Profiling Analysis”, co-authored with Hanne M. Eckhoff [1] and Tore Nesset [2]. 2014. Slavic and East European Journal 58.3, 498-525. Data available at: hdl:10037.1/10074.

“Korpuslingvisten i klasserommet: lingvistiske profiler i fremtidens språkundervisning”. co-authored with Tore Nesset [1]. Acta Didactica Norge - tidsskrift for fagdidaktisk forsknings- og utviklingsarbeid i Norge. 2014. 16pp. http://hdl.handle.net/10037/6869.

"Article 154: Introduction to Slavic historical morphology: Slavic noun classes"/ “Die Entwicklung der Verbalklassen im Slavischen”. In: Karl Gutschmidt(+), Sebastian Kempgen, Tilman Berger, Peter Kosta (eds.), Die slavischen Sprachen / The Slavic Languages. Ein internationales Handbuch zu ihrer Struktur, ihrer Geschichte und ihrer Erforschung. An International Handbook of their Structure, their History and their Investigation. Band 2 / Volume 2. [Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science. Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft HSK 32.2]. Berlin / Munich /Boston :Walter de Gruyter: Mouton 2014, 1565-1582. pdf

"Grammatical Profiles and Aspect in Old Church Slavonic", co-authored with Hanne M. Eckhoff. 2014. Transactions of the Philological Society Vol 112, Issue 2, pages 231-258. DOI: 10.1111/1467-968X.12012. The data and code behind this article can be found at this site.

“Metonymy and word-formation revisited”. Cognitive Linguistics. Volume 25, Issue 2, Pages 341–349, ISSN (Online) 1613-3641, ISSN (Print) 0936-5907, DOI: 10.1515/cog-2014-0008, June 2014.

“A Radial Category Profiling Analysis of North Sámi Ambipositions”, co-authored with Lene Antonsen[2] and Berit Anne Bals Baal[3]. 2014. High Desert Linguistics Society Proceedings, Volume 10. available at: http://linggraduate.unm.edu/HDLS10Proceedings.html; 11 pp.

"Is Russian a verb classifier language?". In Gianina Iordăchioaia, Isabelle Roy, Kaori Takamine (eds.) 2013. Categorization and Category Change , 59-86. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. The data behind this article can be found at this site.

“Time and space in parallel streams”. 2013. Space and Time in Russian Temporal Expressions, a special issue of Russian Linguistics 37:3, 219-228. DOI 10.1007/s11185-013-9119-5. pdf. The final publication is available at link.springer.com.

"Making choices in Russian: Pros and cons of statistical methods for rival forms", co-authored with R. Harald Baayen, Anna Endresen, Anastasia Makarova, and Tore Nesset. 2013. Space and Time in Russian Temporal Expressions, a special issue of Russian Linguistics 37:3, 253-291. DOI 10.1007/s11185-013-9118-6. The data and code behind this article can be found at this site. The final publication is available at link.springer.com.

"HERE and NOW in Russian and English: A multi-modal analysis", co-authored with Anna Endresen, Anastasia Makarova, Tore Nesset, Francis Steen, and Mark Turner. 2013. Space and Time in Russian Temporal Expressions, a special issue of Russian Linguistics. DOI 10.1007/s11185-013-9114-x. 23pp. The data and code behind this article can be found at this site. The final publication is available at link.springer.com.

“Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2010”, in Thomas Fuyin Li (ed.), Compendium of Cognitive Linguistics Research, 1-30. 2013. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

"Semantic Profiles of Five Russian Prefixes: po-, s-, za-, na-, pro-", co-authored with Olga Lyashevskaya. 2013. Journal of Slavic Linguistics 21:2, 211-258.

“Pristavki v svete kognitivnoj lingvistiki i tipologii: otklik na stat’ju A.A. Zaliznjak i I.L. Mikaèljan”, co-authored with Julia Kuznetsova[1]. 2013. Voprosy jazykoznanija. Nr. 4, 87-96. To request a full-text version, please contact secret@naukaran.ru

“Creating the contours of grammar”. 2013. In Aspect in Slavic: Creating Time, Creating Grammar, a special issue of the Journal of Slavic Linguistics 21:1, 1-16. figures

“Quantitative Methods in Cognitive Linguistics”. 2013. In Laura A. Janda, ed. Cognitive Linguistics: The Quantitative Turn. The Essential Reader, 1-32. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

"Njealji davvisámi adposišuvnna geavahus" ["The Use of Four North Saami Adpositions"], co-authored with Lene Antonsen and Berit Anne Bals Baal, Sámi dieđalaš áigečála 2012: 2. 32pp. The data behind this article can be found at this site.

"Russian 'purely aspectual' prefixes: Not so 'empty' after all?", co-authored with Anna Endresen, Julia Kuznetsova, Olga Lyashevskaya, Anastasia Makarova, Tore Nesset, Svetlana Sokolova. Scando-Slavica 58:2 (2012), 231-291. available on request. The data behind this article can be found at this site.

"Russkie pristavki kak sistema glagol'nyx klassifikatorov" (="Russian prefixes as a system of verb classifiers"). Voprosy jazykoznanija 6 (2012), 3-47. available on request. The data behind this article can be found at this site.

"The Locative Alternation and the Russian 'empty' prefixes: A case study of the verb gruzit' 'load'", co-authored with Svetlana Sokolova [1] and Olga Lyashevskaya [2]. In: D. Divjak & St. Th Gries (eds.). Frequency effects in language representation (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs. 244.2), 2012, 51-86. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. available on request

"Two ways to get out: Radial Category Profiling and the Russian Prefixes vy- and iz-", co-authored with Tore Nesset [1] and Anna Endresen [2]. Zeitschrift für Slawistik 56:4 (2011), 377-402. 27pp.

"Aspectual pairs in the Russian National Corpus", co-authored with Olga Lyashevskaya. Scando-Slavica 57: 2 (2011), 201-215.

"Grammatical profiles and the interaction of the lexicon with aspect, tense and mood in Russian", co-authored with Olga Lyashevskaya. Cognitive Linguistics 22:4 (2011), 719-763.

"Prefix variation as a challenge to Russian aspectual pairs: Are zavjaznut' and uvjaznut' 'get stuck' the same or different?", co-authored with Olga Lyashevskaya. Russian Linguistics 35 (2011): 147-167.

"Metonymy in word-formation". Cognitive Linguistics 22:2 (2011), 359-392. The data behind this article can be foundin these files: charts2.xls, comparisons2.xls, Czech database info2.xls, Czech metonymy2.xls, Norwegian database info2.xls, Norwegian metonymy2.xls, Russian database info2.xls, Russian metonymy2.xls

"Completability and Russian Aspect". In Marcin Grygiel and Laura A. Janda, eds. Slavic Linguistics in a Cognitive Framework. Vienna: Peter Lang GmbH, 2011. pp. 13-35.

"Alternative Radial Categories for the Old Norse Genitive" First opponent Laura A. Janda on the defense of Ellen Hellebostad Toft's PhD dissertation: Adverbal and adnominal genitive constructions in Old Norse". Co-authored with Ellen Hellebostad Toft and Jóhanna Bar?dal. Norsk Lingvistisk Tidskrift 28:2 (2010) 267-314.

"Russian word-formation in contrast with Czech and Norwegian". Oslo Studies in Language 2 (2010), 17 pp.

"Quantitative methods for cultural linguistics", In: Ročenka textů zahraničních profesorů - The Annual of Texts by Foreign Guest Professors. Ročník/Volume 3/2009, Praha: Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy, 2009 (published in 2010), pp. 203 - 215.

"Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2010". International Journal of Cognitive Linguistics (ISSN: 1949-4971)1:1 (2010), 1-30.

"How Theory Informs Teaching and How Teaching Informs Theory", to appear in Tabakowska E., Choinski M. and L. Wiraszka (eds.), Cognitive Linguistics in Action: From Theory to Application and Back. (Applications of Cognitive Linguistics). Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010, 103-121.

"Taking Apart Russian RAZ-", co-authored with Tore Nesset. Slavic and East European Journal 54:3 (2010), 476-501.

"The role of metonymy in Czech word-formation", Slovo a slovesnost 71 (2010), 259-273.

"Paradigm structure: evidence from Russian suffix shift", co-authored with Tore Nesset. Cognitive Linguistics 21:4 (2010), 699-725.

"Capturing Correlational Structure in Russian Paradigms: a Case Study in Logistic Mixed-Effects Modeling", co-authored with Tore Nesset and R. Harald Baayen. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 6 (2010), 29-48. pdf available on request

"Prefixed Perfectives from Non-determined Motion Verbs in Russian", In: Viktoria Driagina-Hasko and Renee Perelmutter, eds. New Approaches to Slavic verbs of motion (= Studies in Language Companion Series 115). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2010. pp. 125-140.

"Do It Once: A Case Study of the Russian -nu- Semelfactives", co-authored with Anastasia Makarova. Scando-Slavica 55 (2009), 78-99.

"Xoxotnul, sxitril: The relationship between semelfactives formed with -nu- and s- in Russian", co-authored with Stephen M. Dickey. Russian Linguistics, 33: 3 (2009), 229-248.

"What Constructional Profiles Reveal About Synonymy: A Case Study of Russian Words for SADNESS and HAPPINESS" and References, co-authored with Valery Solovyev. Cognitive Linguistics 20:2 (2009), 367-393. 27pp. pdf

"Totally normal chaos: The aspectual behavior of Russian motion verbs" Harvard Ukrainian Studies 28 (2009), 183-193.

"What is the role of semantic maps in cognitive linguistics?" In Piotr Stalmaszczyk and Wieslaw Oleksy, eds. Cognitive approaches to language and linguistic data. Studies in honor of Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Publishers, 2009. pp. 105-124. pdf

"Teaching Advanced Czech: A Student-Driven Internet-Powered Course". In Craig Cravens, Masako Fidler, and Susan Kresin (eds.), Between Texts, Languages, and Cultures: A Festschrift for Michael Henry Heim. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers (2008), pp. 7-15.

"Semantic Motivations for Aspectual Clusters of Russian Verbs", In Christina Y. Bethin, ed. American Contributions to the 14th International Congress of Slavists, Ohrid, September 2008. 2008. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers. pp. 181-196. pdf version

"From Cognitive Linguistics to Cultural Linguistics", Slovo a smysl/Word and Sense 8 (2008), pp. 48-68. pdf version

"Metonymy via Perfectivization of Russian Verbs". Slavica Helsingiensia 35 (= S ljubov'ju k slovu. Festschrift in Honour of Professor Arto Mustajoki on the Occasion of his 60th Birthday). 2008. pp. 77-85.

"The Case Book for Czech: Interaktivní učebnice", coauthored with Steven J. Clancy, in: Jan Kuklík, ed. Čeština jako cizí jazyk. Materiály z V. sympozia o češtině jako cizím jazyku. Prague: Charles University. 2008. pp. 70-77.

"Transitivity in Russian from a Cognitive Perspective", in Dinamičeskie modeli: Slovo. Predloženie. Tekst. Sbornik statej v čest' E. V. Padučevoj., edited by Galina Kustova. Moscow: Jazyki slavjanskoj kul'tury. 2008. pp. 970-988.

"Motion Verbs and the Development of Aspect in Russian". Scando-Slavica 54 (2008), 179-197.

"Beyond the pair: Aspectual clusters for learners of Russian", co-authored with John J. Korba, Slavic and East European Journal 52:2 (2008), 254-270. 29pp.

"Ways of Attenuating Agency in Russian", co-authored with Dagmar Divjak. In Impersonal Constructions, edited by Anna Siewierska, a special issue of Transactions of the Philological Society, (v. 106, 2008), 138-179.

"Why Cognitive Linguists Should Care about the Slavic Languages", coauthored with Dagmar Divjak and Agata Kochanska, in: Dagmar Divjak and Agata Kochanska, eds. Cognitive Paths into the Slavic Domain. Cognitive Linguistics Research. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 2007. 1-19.

"What makes Russian Bi-aspectual verbs special", in: Dagmar Divjak and Agata Kochanska, eds. Cognitive Paths into the Slavic Domain. Cognitive Linguistics Research. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 2007. 83-109.

"Studenty-pol'zovateli nacional'nogo korpusa russkogo jazyka", to appear in Nacional'nyj korpus russkogo jazyka i problemy gumanitarnogo obrazovanija, edited by Nina Dobrushina, Moscow: Teis, 2007. 13pp.

"Inflectional Morphology", in the Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, ed. by Dirk Geeraerts and Hubert Cuyckens. Oxford: Oxford U Press. 2007. 632-649.

"Aspectual clusters of Russian verbs", Studies in Language 31:3 (2007), 607-648. 42pp. pdf version.

"Cognitive Linguistics" [revised version]. Published in Glossos v. 8, 2006 at http://www.seelrc.org/glossos/. 60pp.

"A metaphor in search of a source domain: the categories of Slavic aspect" and the table, Cognitive Linguistics, vol 15, no 4, 2004, pp. 471-527.

"A user-friendly conceptualization of Aspect" and the table, in the Slavic and East European Journal, vol 47, no. 2, 2003, pp. 251-281.

"Koncepcja przypadka i czasu w jęyzkach słowiańskich" (="Concepts of Case and Time in Slavic", translated into Polish by Małgorzata Majewska), in Międzykulturowe konteksty kognitiwizmu, 2004, pp. 1-31.

"The Dative Case in Czech and How si Fits in" , published in 2004 in the proceedings of the annual meeting of the Spolecnost pro vedy a umeni, 2003, 8pp.

"Kognitivní lingvistika", Čítanka textů z kognitivní lingvistiky I (Prague: Ústav českého jayzka a teorie komunikace), 2004, pp. 9-58.

"A Metaphor for Aspect in Slavic" and the table, Henrik Birnbaum in Memoriam (= International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics, vol. 44-45, 2002-03; actual release 2006), 249-60.

"Border Zones in the Russian Case System", in Sokrovennye smysly (a festschrift for Nina D. Arutjunova), ed. by Ju. D. Apresjan. Moscow: Jazyki slavjanskoj kul'tury. 2004. pp. 378-398.

"Czech", in Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics 2nd Edition, ed. by Keith Brown. Oxford: Elsevier. 2005. Vol. 3, pp. 339-341 plus 8 multimedia annexes.

"The Slavic Languages", in Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics 2nd Edition, ed. by Keith Brown. Oxford: Elsevier. 2005. Vol. 11, pp. 415-418 plus 6 multimedia annexes.

"Cogniçao: conceitos básicos e aplicaçoes segundo a ótica de Laura Janda" (= condensed Portuguese translation of "Cognitive Linguistics"), 2005.

"Because it's there: How linguistic phenomena serve as cognitive opportunities", in Times and Cases: A View of Slavic Conceptualizations, ed. by Laura A. Janda and Tore Nesset.

"Introduction", coauthored with Tore Nesset, in Times and Cases: A View of Slavic Conceptualizations, ed. by Laura A. Janda and Tore Nesset. In Glossos v. 5, 2004.

"The case of time in Czech, Polish, and Russian", forthcoming in a publication of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), 4pp.

"Cases in collision, cases in collusion: the semantic space of case in Czech and Russian", (pdf version), (doc version) in Where One's Tongue Rules Well: A Festschrift for Charles E. Townsend, ed. by Laura A. Janda, Steven Franks, and Ronald Feldstein. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica. 2002. pp. 43-61.

"Form, Function, and Context", an introduction to Where One's Tongue Rules Well: A Festschrift for Charles E. Townsend, ed. by Laura A. Janda, Steven Franks, and Ronald Feldstein. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica. 2002. pp. 8-10.

"Cognitive hot spots in the Russian case system", in Michael Shapiro, ed. Peircean Semiotics: The State of the Art (=The Peirce Seminar Papers 5). New York: Berghahn Books, 2002, 165-188.

"The conceptualization of events and their relationship to time in Russian", in Glossos v. 2, 2002 at http://www.seelrc.org/glossos/. 10pp.

"Umějí děti česky?", co-authored with Petr Sgall, František Čermák, Eva Hajičová, Jiří Hronek, Henry Kučera, Věra Schmiedtová, Jaroslav Suk, and Charles Townsend. Český jazyk a literatura 9, 2002, 237-243.

"Sémantika pádu v ceštine", in Setkání s ceštinou, ed. by Alena Krausová, Markéta Slezáková, and Zdenka Svobodová. Prague: Ústav pro jazyk ceský, 2002, pp. 29-35.

"The Case for Competing Conceptual Systems" and the table, in Cognitive Linguistics Today (= Lódz Studies in Language 6), ed. by Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk and Kamila Turewicz, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2002, pp. 355-374.

"Concepts of Case and Time in Slavic", in Glossos v. 3, 2002 at http://www.seelrc.org/glossos/. 15pp.

"Cognitive Linguistics", from a conference entitled The Future of Slavic Linguistics in America, available at http://www.indiana.edu/~slavconf/SLING2K. 37pp.

"Area and international studies, relationships with linguistics", in the International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, ed. by Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Bates. Oxford: Elsevier, 2001, pp. 715-719.

"A cognitive model of the Russian accusative case", in Trudy meždunarodnoj konferencii Kognitivnoe modelirovanie, No. 4, part I, ed. by R. K. Potapova, V. D. Solov'ev and V. N. Poljakov. Moscow: MISIS, 2000, pp. 20-43.

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