[Ura-list] Journal "Ural-Altaic Studies" (Урало-алтайские исследования)

Egor Kashkin egorka1988 at gmail.com
Sun Apr 7 05:14:53 EDT 2019


Dear colleagues,

The journal "Ural-Altaic Studies" published in Moscow invites submissions
on any topics dealing with Uralic or Altaic languages. The working
languages are Russian, English, and German. The journal is indexed in
Scopus. All submissions undergo a double-blind peer review. In case the
reviews on the first version are positive, the paper can be published in
about six months after it is submitted.

Further information on the requirements for manuscripts, editotial policy,
and editorial board can be found at
http://iling-ran.ru/main/publications/journals/ural-altai/eng The full
texts of the previous issues are available at
http://iling-ran.ru/main/publications/journals/ural-altai/eng/issues The
contents of №1/2019 (English versions of all the titles) is provided below.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via our
official e-mail: jurnaluralaltai at mail.ru

CONTENTS No 1 (32) 2019
Roman V. Gaidamashko, Larisa G. Ponomareva. Materials on history of the
study of the Komi-Permyak manuscript heritage of Archpriest Antony Popov
(1784—1788) ................................7
Polina I. Li. An Experimental phonetic study of the first-syllable vocalism
in the Vakh dialect of Khanty...........28
Yulia V. Normanskaya. Who stood at the beginnings of the Crimean Tatar
literary language?..........................41

DISCUSSIONS
Anna V. Dybo, Philip S. Krylov, Vera S. Maltseva, Aleksandra V. Sheimovich.
Segmental rules in the automatic parser for the Khakass corpus
................................................................48
Ilya B. Itkin. Khakass adjectives on -кы ~ -гы (an addition to the article
“Segmental rules in the automatic parser for the Khakass corpus” by A. Dybo
et al.).................................70
Anna V. Dybo. Continuation of the discussion of the article “Khakass
Adjectives on -КЫ ~ -ГЫ” .......................72
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