Academic journal article Journal of Slavic Linguistics

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Academic journal article Journal of Slavic Linguistics

From the Editor

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In these pages you will find four excellent articles and four careful reviews. Two papers, those by Grebenyova and Stepanov, offer theoretically sophisticated discussion of controversial issues in Slavic (mostly Russian) syntax. Fery, Paslawska, and Fanselow present a cutting-edge treatment of the prosody of split constructions in Ukrainian. Tchizmarova, finally, provides a detailed description of the usage of various motion verbs in Bulgarian. These papers, I believe, admirably reflect both the intellectual quality and burgeoning diversity of the field of Slavic linguistics.

In keeping with our commitment to the Slavic Linguistics Society, for which the Journal of Slavic Linguistics now serves as its official journal, we are making great progress catching up on our publication schedule. This first issue of 2007 is timed to mark the annual SLS meetings taking place in Berlin 22-26 August 2007, and we expect to print 15.2--a special guest-edited Slavic phonology issue--by the end of the current calendar year. This progress is partly due to the fact that there have been no new changes in JSL staffing over the past year. I thank our dedicated staff, in particular Managing Editor Bora Kim and Technical Editor Rosemarie Connolly, for putting so much time and energy into JSL. I also thank our Associate Editors for their continued efforts to make JSL as fine a journal as possible, as well as our publisher, Slavica, for working overtime on JSL. …

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