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QUANTITATIVE METHODS AND LINGUISTIC RESEARCH IN THE ANALYSISOF SLAVIC LANGUAGES

The journal “Studi Slavistici” is pleased to invite proposals for a special issue to be published in vol. XIX/2, 2022, dedicated to an update of the state of the art of linguistic research on Slavic languages based on quantitative methods. The last decades have seenan increasing interest in quantitative approaches in Slavic linguistics. Thanks to theimplementation of national corpora of many Slavic languages and/or other resources and tools containing corpora of Slavic languages, linguistic research in this field has radically changed. READ MORE or DOWNLOAD PDF

Please note that the deadline for abstract submission has been extended to March 15th, 2021.


ISSN 1824-7601 (online)

Studi Slavistici is the Open Access journal of the Italian Association of Slavists (A.I.S.). It publishes academic articles, research and book reviews and informative essays. Its main aim is to foster specialized Slavic research and to make quality information available to a broader public of readers and Internet users. The journal also acts as a bridge between the academic tradition of Italian and European Slavic studies and the latest cultural trends in various Slavic subjects. Special attention is devoted to the literature, languages, culture and various art forms of all Slavic countries, but also to interdisciplinary approaches in methodology, inter-Slavic and Slavic-European literary, linguistic and cultural relationships. <
 
Editor-in-Chief
Nicoletta Marcialis, Università di Roma "Tor Vergata", Italy
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Current Issue

Studi Slavistici XVIII (2021) 1 • Per Andrea Trovesi in memoriam

Published July 20, 2021

Issue Description

Editor-in-Chief : Nicoletta Marcialis 

Section Editors : Alessandro Amenta, Maria Grazia Bartolini, Maurizia Calusio, Paola Cotta Ramusino, Lucyna Gebert, Maria Rita Leto, Barbara Lomagistro, Gabriele Mazzitelli, Bianca Sulpasso

Guest Editors : Giuseppina Larocca, Giulia Marcucci, Sergio Mazzanti, Laura Rossi

Managing Editor : Giuseppina Larocca 

Layout Editor : Alberto Alberti

Copyeditor : Alberto Alberti, Chiara Benetollo

 

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Recensioni

Francesco Cabras
277-279
Stefano Fumagalli
280-282
Natka Badurina
283-286
Marija Mitrović
287-290
Ljiljana Banjanin
291-293
Daniela Steila
294-295
Giacoma Strano
296-297
Marialuisa Ferrazzi
298-300
Ljiljana Banjanin
301-303
Martina Morabito
304-306
Pina Napolitano
307-309
Nadia Caprioglio
310-311
Anna Giust
312-314
Alessandro Cifariello
315-319
Maria Di Salvo
320-321
Marcello Garzaniti
322-324
Marco Biasio
325-328
Ettore Gherbezza
329-331
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