FYI & CfP: Baltic Linguistics Vol. 2

Peter Arkadiev peterarkadiev at YANDEX.RU
Thu Dec 9 11:49:06 UTC 2010

Apologies for multiple posting.
This message contains information concerning submission and purchase of the new journal, in addition to the general information, which has been posted before.


Baltic Linguistics is a new annual peer-reviewed journal welcoming submissions of theoretical or empirical interest focusing on the Baltic languages (from a synchronic or diachronic point of view) as well as reviews of important publications in Baltic linguistics. 

Baltic Linguistics is published by the Chair of General Linguistics, East Asian Comparative Linguistics and Baltic Studies, Faculty of Polish Studies, University of Warsaw. 

Editorial Team
Jadwiga Linde-Usiekniewicz (editor in chief), Axel Holvoet (managing editor), Agnieszka Rembiałkowska (editorial secretary)

Editorial Board
Peter Arkadiev (Moscow), Leszek Bednarczuk (Cracow), Rick Derksen (Leiden), Rolandas Mikulskas (Vilnius), Nicole Nau (Poznań), Daniel Petit (Paris), Wojciech Smoczyński (Cracow), Bernhard Wälchli (Bern)

Editorial Address
Uniwersytet Warszawski, Wydział Polonistyki, KJOWPiB, 
Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, PL-00-927 Warszawa

e-mail: kjob.polon at, axel.holvoet at

CALL for contributions for Baltic Linguistics vol. 2 (2011)
Articles and reviews for vol. 2 (2011) may be submitted in English, French, German and Russian. 
The deadline for submission of articles is February 28, 2011 (June 30 for reviews).

Authors and publishers of books in Baltic linguistics are invited to contact the review editor Peter Arkadiev (alpgurev at

The journal can be obtained from the publishing department of the Faculty of Polish Studies.
The price per volume is 20 EUR, postage included.
Please send your order by fax (+48 22 5521023) or by e-mail (wyd.polon at and you will  receive the volume together with an invoice containing instructions for payment.

CONTENTS of Baltic Linguistics vol. 1, 2010


Peter Arkadiev (Moscow),
Notes on the Lithuanian restrictive 9

Ineta Dabašinskienė (Kaunas),
The acquisition of compounds in Lithuanian 51

Anna Daugavet (St Petersburg),
Syllable length in Latvian and Lithuanian: searching for the criteria 83

James E. Lavine (Pennsylvania),
Mood and a transitivity restriction in Lithuanian: the case of the inferential evidential 115

Daniel Petit (Paris),
New insights on Lithuanian accentuation from the unpublished manuscripts of Ferdinand de Saussure (1857–1913) 143

Lea Sawicki (Jerusalem),
Preverbation and narrativity in Lithuanian 167

Ilja Seržant (Bergen),
Interferenzen auf dem Gebiet der Phonetik: Hochlettisch, Nordost-Aukštaitisch, Nordwest-Russisch, Weißrussisch 193

Bernhard Wälchli (Bern),
The consonant template in synchrony and diachrony 215

Björn Wiemer (Mainz),
Lithuanian esą — a heterosemic reportive marker in its contemporary stage 245

Baltische Geräuschverben und Ideophone. Eine Herausforderung für die Sprachtypologie. 
(Aina Marite Urdze, Ideophone in Europa. Die Grammatik der lettischen Geräuschverben, reviewed by Bernhard Wälchli) 309

Peter Arkadiev, PhD
Institute of Slavic Studies
Russian Academy of Sciences 
Leninsky prospekt 32-A 119334 Moscow
peterarkadiev at

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