The University of Texas at Austin
Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies
Gilbert C. Rappaport
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Reviews and general publications
 

Reviews and General Interest Publications

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In press

Michal Glowinski, Czarne sezony. To appear in Polin, a journal of Polish-Jewish studies, vol. 14. Published in Swedish translation in Acta Sueco-Polonica nos. 8/9 (1999-2000), Uppsala University, 159-64. Available in PDF format.

Published

‘Studia polonistyczne w Ameryce: Teksaski lacznik’ (“The Texas Connection in Polish Studies”). Postscriptum: Quarterly published by the School of Polish Language and Culture, University of Silesia, Katowice. Special Issue: Polish studies in North America, vols. 37-38 (2001, nos. 1-2), 102-9. You can view or download the paper in PDF format in either of two versions: Polish or English.

`Notes from the Ground'. Newsletter for the Center of Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (January/February 2001). Available in PDF format. My editing isn't perfect: each column connects with the corresponding column of the next page (not of the same page).

Borsley, Robert D. and Adam Przepiórkowski, eds. Slavic in Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar. Journal of Slavic Linguistics, 7(2) (2000), 283-304. Availablle in PDF format.

Uczmy sie polskiego [‘Let’s Study Polish’], a video-based Polish language course. Slavic and East European Journal 42, 3 (1998), 224-5. [‘Let’s Study Polish’], a video-based Polish language course. Slavic and East European Journal 42, 3 (1998), 224-5.

David Hart, Topics in the Structure of Russian: An Introduction to Russian Linguistics. Journal of Slavic Linguistics 5, 1 (1997), 164-74.

Steven Franks, Parameters in Slavic Syntax. Language 72,3 (1996), 640-3.

Marguerite Guiraud-Weber, L’aspect du verbe russe (Essais de présentation). Language 66,3 (1990), 637-638.

Michael Mikos, Polish Vocabulary and Grammar I (computer instructional software). Slavic and East European Journal 32,2 (1988), 348-350.

Michael S. Flier and Richard D. Brecht, eds., Issues in Russian Morphosyntax. Slavic Review 45,2 (1986), 420-421.

Constance Curtin, The Russian Disk (computer instructional software). Slavic and East European Journal 30,1 (1986), 139-140.

A. N. Stecenko, Istoriceskij sintaksis russkogo jazyka [“Historical Syntax of the Russian Language"]. Slavic and East European Journal 23,4 (1979), 555-557.

V. Belošapkova, Sovremennyj russkij jazyk: Sintaksis ["The Contemporary Russian Language: Syntax"]. Slavic and East European Journal 23,2 (1979), 302-304.

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