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Le lingue slave tra struttura e uso

  • Edited by:
  • Valentina Benigni,
  • Lucyna Gebert,
  • Julija Nikolaeva,

The volume, originating from the 5th Slavic Linguistics Meeting (Rome, 25-27 September 2014), reflects the state of the most recent research carried out in Italy in this discipline. It aims to continue the tradition already started at the end of the 1980s from the series Morphosyntactic problems of Slavic languages (Bologna 1988, 1990, 1991; Padua 1994, 1995), which has been recently renewed in the volumes published after the Meetings of Bergamo (2007), Padua (2008), Forlì (2010) and Milan (2014). This contribution testifies an expansion of interest beyond the boundaries of morphosyntax, towards other areas of theoretical and applied linguistics, such as pragmatics, semantics, language acquisition and sociolinguistics. Due to the variety of topics and methodologies used, the publication could interest not only those who carry out both theoretical and applied research in the field of Slavic languages, but also scholars in General linguistics.

  • Keywords:
  • Slavic languages,
  • theoretical and applied linguistics,
  • language acquisition,
  • sociolinguistics,
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Valentina Benigni

Roma Tre University, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-2813-3345

Lucyna Gebert

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-3508-2950

Julija Nikolaeva

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-3807-0413

Valentina Benigni is a researcher in Slavistics at the University “Roma Tre”, where she teaches Russian language. In the field of Russian linguistics she has dealt with lexicon (complex lexemes, comparative phraseology), morphosyntax (genitive of negation and theme genitive, unaccusativity), semantics and pragmatics (approximation, intensification, categorisation), mainly according to a cognitivist point of view. Lucyna Gebert is Full Professor in Slavistics at the University “Sapienza” of Rome, where she teaches Slavic Linguistics. She has dealt with semantics (verbal aspect in Slavic and non-Slavic languages, modality in Slavic languages), synchronic and diachronic syntax (nominal determination of Slavic languages, ancient Russian syntax) and linguistic typology (comparison between different languages: Slavic languages - Romance languages, description of the Cushitic languages). Julija Nikolaeva is a researcher in Slavistics at the University “Sapienza” of Rome, where she teaches Russian language, Russian lexicology and Russian linguistics. Her scientific interests concern bilingual lexicography, translation theory, Russian lexicology and contrastive linguistics, in particular Russian-Romance contrastive paremiology.
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pp.79-92


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pp.111-126


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pp.127-144


Lucyna Gebert

Aspetto verbale e referenza nominale
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pp.167-180


Alina Kreisberg

Attorno alle nominalizzazioni
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pp.181-197


Sara Milani

Strategie di relativizzazione in russo
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pp.225-242


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pp.323-340


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Book Title

Le lingue slave tra struttura e uso

Editors

Valentina Benigni, Lucyna Gebert, Julija Nikolaeva

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346

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2016

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© 2016 Author(s)

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Firenze University Press

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Biblioteca di Studi Slavistici

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