Issue 4: Summer 2003
These are papers from the East of Eden Conference, a joint meeting of the Finnish Cognitive Linguistics Association and the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association, which took place in Turku, Finland in September 2002. We are very grateful to the local conference organizers, led by Tuomas Huumo for their hospitality, and to the guest editors David Danaher, Elżbieta Tabakowska, and Alina Israeli, for their contributions to this effort.
Martina Björklund On the Russian agentive passive Kira Gor and Tatiana Chernigovskaya Mental lexicon structure in L1 and L2 acquisition: Russian Evidence Olga Gurevich Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita: Why can't critics agree on what it means? Anne Keown Space, size and 'you': motivations for Polish pronouns of address Helena Lehečková Slavonic versus Finno-Ugric languages: On missing categories in grammar and cognition George Rubinstein О звуковых именах в русском языке Elżbieta Tabakowska Those notorious Polish reflexive pronouns: a plea for Middle Voice