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Slavic studies XXI (2017)

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CONTENTS

Ljudmila Popović On the Occasion of 80th Birthday of Miodrag Sibinović 15–23
Ksenija Končarević, Miodrag Sibinović, the winner of the “Radovan Košutić” Award for life achievement and two reference monographies (2016). 24–29
Andrei Bazilevski, Anniversary of Miodarg Sibinović 30–33
Ana Golubović, Ana Jakovljević-Radunović, Selective Bibliography of Miodrag Sibinović 34–57

ARTICLES AND TREATISES

Ksenija Končarević, The Local Council of the Russian Orthodox Church in 1917-1918 and the subsequent fate of the Church Slavonic language in Russia and the Pax Slavia Orthodoxa areal 58–64
Igor Matey, Olga Zagorovskaya, On the semantic complexity of Orthodox terms in the Russian language 65–72
Jelena Ivanova, Anastasija Danilova, The Bulgarian conjunction ни(то)… ни(то) and its Russian equivalents 73–81
Svetla Ruskova Đermanović, The aorist in South Slavic languages (a study of Serbian and Bulgarian) 82–88
Svetlana Goljak, An illustrative conceptualization of foolishness in the Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian languages. 89–105
Dejan Ajdačić, A comparative study of Serbian and Polish phrasemes with indications to the peculiarities of speech 106–111
Irina Garbera, The infological stage in the construction of a linguistic data base. “Concept “Person” in the phraseology of the Ukrainian eastern-steppe dialects” 112–118
Neli Krasovskaya, Compound plant names in Russian dialects 119–123
Julija Šapić, On spatial fragmentizers in the Russian language 124–130
Jelena Nedić, Adverbs as a means of expressing predicate quantification
in Russian and Serbian 131–139
Sanja Milićević, On certain syntactical and semantic features of forms of address in the Russian language 140–147
Marina Hrib, Slovak dialects in Serbia in the 21st century – future development and functioning 148–154
Janko Ramač, The grammar of the Ruthenian language by Havrijil Kosteljnik and its reception in the period between two world wars 155–161
Aleksandar Mudri, Ruthenian names for cereal crops with in Voivodina 162–168
Pavel Krejči, Toponymic components with elements of criticism, ridicule and irony in Czech, Serbian and Bulgarian phraseology 169–175
Dragana Radojčić, The lexemes хлеб, соль, каша in proverbs and sayings (Russian and Serbian parallels) 176–181
Svetlana Terzić, The высший superlative form as a component part of fixed expressions in Russian and Serbian 182–189
Sanja Kolarević, The lexemes left and right in associative dictionaries of the Serbian and Russian languages 190–197
Marija Vereitinova, The frequency of actualized paronym lexis in modern Russian compared to Serbian (the example of adjectives) 198–201
Valentina Kuzmenkova, The specificities of the ethnic linguistic worldview in classical Russian literature 202–208
Ekaterina Volkova, A comparative analysis of proverbs and idioms related to food in Serbian and Russian 209–215
Tatjana Kadolo, The process of normalization in the field of urban nomination 216–220
Vučina Raičević, On the preconditions for a successful foreign language teaching system 221–228
Marijana Paprić, On the linguistic aspects of business Russian language teaching 229–237
Mihail Študiner, The problem of variants in the teaching of Russian as a foreign language 238–243
Olga Trapeznjikova, The unification of old types of declension and the establishment of the modern system of case inflection of nouns in Russian and Serbian 244–251
Jelena Pahomova, The unification of forms of masculine nouns of the consonant declension with *N, *T and *I stems in Old Russian writing 252–260
Snežana Jelisijević, The Autographs of Hieromonk Pachomius the Serb in the manuscripts of the Holy Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra 753 261–270
Pavel Tribunski, Society for the Advancement of Slavonic Study (1917 – early 1920) 271–285
Boban Ćurić, The visits of Igor Severyanin to Belgrade (1930, 1931 and 1933) 286–297
Davorka Maravić, A closer look at two comedies Zojka’s apartment by
M. A. Bulgakov and New apartment by G. K. Bulgakov 298–302
Svjetlana Komlenović, Ana Akhmatova. The story of one parody 303–309
Aleksandra Korda Petrović, Unknown Milena Jesenska 310–316
Julija Dragojlović, Paratextual code in the literary prose of Irena Karpa (ІІ) 317–325
Anton Karin, T. G. Shevchenko and the Gallician Russophiles 326–335
Aleksandar Šunkov, The novel of Nikola Inzhov Tracking the Norwegian: looking for the way 336–344
Adam Svetlik, The novel Tantalopolis by Peter Macsovszky in the context of his prose writings 345–350
Zuzana Čižikova, On the translations in the magazine for children Our Pioneers/Pioneers between 1960 and 1980 351–355
Marina Šimak Spevakova, Veronika Dianišková а contemporary Slovak poet. 356–360
Marta Součkova, On the fiction of Ondrej Štefánik 361–365
Ana Žikić, Another look at Štur’s generation in the play by Jana Juranova 366–373
Daniela Marčok, Jarmila Hodolič, Folk literature in Slovak language textbooks for the first and second grade of elementary school in Serbia 374–379

CONTRIBUTIONS AND MATERIALS

Dalibor Sokolović, The external history of language as a part of the ecolinguistic description of the Lusatian Sorb linguistic community 380–389
Anžela Prohorova, The linguocultureme дурак and its equivalent in the Serbian language 390–396
Ivana Kočevski, On Jaroslav Seifert’s “The plague pillar“ 399–403
Teodora Vorkapić, Dijana Tepavčević, Marija Kuvekalović:
Hair stylist and cosmetologist jargon in the Serbian language 404–417
Emil Zoronjić, Tijana Mitrović, Milica Car: Political jargon in the Serbian language 418–440

REVIEWS

Sreto Tanasić, Contribution of Japanese Slavists to Serbian philology 441–443
Srdjan Petrović, Лексикологија и лексикографија у светлу савремених приступа: зборник научних радова. Ур. Стана Ристић, Ивана Лазић Коњик, Ненад Ивановић. Београд: Институт за српски језик САНУ, Чигоја штампа, 2016 – 577 стр. 444–453
Anatolii Zahnitko, Zhanna Krasnobajeva-Chorna, А. А. Кретов, О. М. Воевудская, И. А. Меркулова, В. Т. Титов. Единство Европы по данным лексики. Воронеж: Воронежский государственный университет Издательский дом ВГУ, 2016 – 412 с. 454–456
Marina Hrib, Ján Doruľa, Peter Žeňuch. Ján Stanislav a slovenská slavistika. Bratislava: Slavistický ústav Jána Stanislava SAV a Slovenský komitét slavistov, 2016 – 272 s. 457–459
Svetlana Golyak, Дејан Ајдачић. Словославија. Етнолингвистика и поредбена фразеологија. Београд: Алма, 2017 – 250 стр. 460–462
Dragana Savin, Ксенија Кончаревић, Слободанка Перкучин, Марија Марковић, Митра Рељић. Историја руског књижевног језика (црквено­словенско-руска преплитања). Београд: Јасен, 2016 – 213 стр. 463–467
Sreto Tanasić, A monograph on the actionality in contemporary Serbian and Ukrainian language 468–470
Milena Ivanović, Ольга Заневич. Українська мова XVI-XVII століть: дієслово. Семантика, перехідність, об´єкт. Львів: Інститут україно­знавства ім. І. Крип´якевича НАН Украни, 2015 – 307 ст. 471–475
Tanja Gaev, Joanna Getka, Prosta mowa końca XVIII wieku. Język „Nauk parafialnych” (Poczajów 1794). Warszawa : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, 2012 – 315 s. 476–478
Milenka Kostić, Andrii Danylenko. From the Bible to Shakespeare: Pantelejmon Kuliš (1819–97) and the formation of literary Ukrainian. Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2016 – 447 p. 479–481
Branislava Stojanović, Мирослав Топић, Петар Буњак.  Укрштања и паралеле: о пољским преводима српске народне поезије. Београд: EAT – Eco Art & Theory, 2015 – 141 стр. 482–483
Dejan Ajdačić, Ewelina Drzewiecka. Herezja Judasza w kulturze (po)nowoczesnej. Studium przypadku, Kraków, 2016 – 410 s. 484–486
Zorana Perić, Hanna Makùrôt. Gramatika kaszёbschégò jãzёka. Gdańsk: Zrzeszenie Kaszubsko-Pomorskie, 2016 – 176 s. 487–488

CHRONICLES

Anžela Prohorova, Ksenija Končarević, Vitomir Vuletić, the winner of the “Radovan Košutić” Award for life achievement. 489–490
The 2016 “Pavle and Milka Ivić” Award Jury Decision 491–494
Aleksandra Ushakova, Svetlana Shishkina, The Serbian Language in Tyumen: cooperation and future perspectives. 495–499
Aleksandra Korda, International Slavic Studies Conference in Skopje (Skopje, 15 – 16 June 2017) 500–501
Srđan Petrović, 55th Conference of Serbian Slavists (Belgrade, 30 – 31 January 2017) 502–507
Milenka Kostić, International Scientific Conference Ukrainian Studies and the Slavic World, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Ukrainian Studies at the University of Belgrade (Belgrade, 17 – 19 November 2016) 508–510

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Ana Golubović, Stefan Milošević, Bibliography of Slavic Studies (1997 – 2017). 511–618
Registerѕ of vol. ХХІ (1-2)
Register of key words 619–622

List of contributors 623–629

Instructions for authors 630–644

Reviewers 645–646

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