Academic journal article Journal of Slavic Linguistics

From the Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Slavic Linguistics

From the Editor

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This first JSL issue of 2005 marks the long-awaited return to a normal production regimen. We have finally caught up and will henceforth keep to our avowed schedule of publishing two issues per year. I thank all those who have worked so hard to bring this about, as well as those authors and subscribers who have been (on the whole, patiently) waiting for JSL.

In these pages you will find four articles, mostly dealing with syntax but each addressing different Slavic languages, and two reviews. One added feature is a short "In Memoriam" piece by Associate Editor Catherine Rudin, reflecting on the life and work of our recently deceased colleague Jordan Penchev. This is perhaps a column we should have added long ago, for certainly, in the thirteen years since JSL first appeared, Slavic linguistics has lost many distinguished scholars. Thus, as a service to the profession and as an enduring record of the field's inevitable transitions, we will in future print short memorials. While they may occasionally be solicited, I would also invite you to submit them whenever appropriate. In the same spirit, I once again call upon our readership to consider submitting to JSL a topical "Reflections" piece: if you would like the opportunity to publish an editorial of general professional interest, please contact me directly with your proposal. …

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