Issue 5: Summer 2004
This issue of Glossos represents a collection of articles addressing the semantics of grammatical categories in Slavic languages from the perspective of cognitive linguistics. This collection is based on a theme session on Slavic linguistics held at the 2001 International Cognitive Linguistics Conference in Santa Barbara, California. The guest editors for this volume were Tore Nesset of the University of Tromso and Laura A. Janda.
The Conceptual Nexus of BE and HAVE. A network of BE, HAVE, and their semantic neighbors
Steven Clancy (Senior Lecturer in Russian, Slavic, and 2nd-Language Acquisition, University of Chicago)
Case choice in placement verbs in Russian
Alina Israeli (Associate Professor of Russian and Chair, Department of Language and Foreign Studies, American University)
Because it's there: How linguistic phenomena serve as cognitive opportunities
Laura Janda (Professor of Slavic Linguistics, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
The Conceptual Network of the Possessive na-construction in Macedonian
Liljana Mitkovska (Associate Professor of English grammar and English-Macedonian contrastive analysis, FON University, Macedonia)
Case Assignment in Russian Temporal Adverbials: an Image Schematic Approach
Tore Nesset (Professor of Russian Linguistics and affiliate, Center for Advanced Study in Theoretical Linguistics (CASTL), University of Tromsø, Norway)
There and back: the case of Russian 'go'
Ekaterina Rakhilina (Head of the School, Professor, Faculty of Humanities, School of Linguistics, HSE University