Issue 7: Spring 2006
This volume of Glossos contains a sampling of papers from the third international conference of the Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Association held at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas in October 2005. This volume was edited by Laura Janda, with the assistance of guest editors Maya Bringe and Nicholas LeBlanc.
The Topology of Slavic Case: Semantic Maps and Multidimensional Scaling
Steven Clancy (Senior Lecturer in Russian, Slavic, and 2nd-Language Acquisition, University of Chicago)
Aspectual Pairs, Goal Orientation and PO- Delimitatives in Russian
Stephen M. Dickey (Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Kansas)
Czech Sound Symbolic Expressions: Semantics of Nasality and Grammar
Masako U. Fidler (Associate Professor, Department of Slavic Languages, Brown University)
The Semantic Development of the Cognates Russian komnata'room' -English chimney
David K. Hart (Professor of Russian, Brigham Young University)
Additional Information introduced by SJA in Russian
Hyug Ahn (Ph.D, UNC at Chapel Hill)
Iterativity: Revisiting and re-thinking secondary homogeneity in Russian delimitatives
Nicholas LeBlanc (doctoral student, University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.)
A Cognitive Linguistic Analysis of the Bulgarian Verbal Prefix Pre-'across, through, over'
Ivelina K. Tchizmarova (Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics,Ball State University)