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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It is difficult for me to believe JSL has been coming out for 20 years now. The journal has gone through quite a few changes over this time, adapting and maturing to meet the needs of the field. Probably the most significant change is affiliation with the Slavic Linguistics Society. Last year's meeting at the Universite de Provence was a wonderful event, culminating in a rainy field trip to Avignon. As this issue goes to press we prepare for SLS 2012, to take place at the University of Kansas, 25-27 August. The invited speakers are Brian Joseph, Catherine Rudin, and Alan Timberlake. Also, from 14-17 May 2012, SLS is running a series free mini-courses on a diverse set of selected topics in Slavic linguistics. Instructors are: Barbara Citko, Ronald Feldstein, George Fowler, Steven Franks, Tania Ionin, Iliyana Krapova, Ljiljana Progovac, Catherine Rudin, Igor Yanovich, and Draga Zee. I hope to see you at both of these exciting events!

SLS itself has grown, thanks to the energies of its members and board (currently Catherine Rudin, chair, together with Marc Greenberg, Lenore Grenoble, Vladimir Plungian, and Andrea Sims), into the leading international organization of Slavic linguists. …

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