Studies in Slavic, Baltic, and Eastern European Languages and Cultures
The series Studies in Slavic, Baltic, and Eastern European Languages and Cultures focuses on Slavic and Baltic languages and cultures, as well as other Eastern European languages connected by common history and cultural processes. The series welcomes monographs, edited volumes and, where appropriate, doctoral dissertations devoted to the study of Slavic, Baltic, and Eastern European languages through multifarious prisms, including but not limited to areal-typological, historical, sociolinguistic, ethnolinguistic, comparative-philological, and cultural perspectives. Books in this series will bridge the linguistic and cultural interrelations in Old Rus’––reaching out to the Middle East and even further––via the soiolinguistic diversity in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania with the convergent changes occurring today in the Circum-Baltic zone. The series is a multidisciplinary forum for furthering our knowledge about integrative processes that have been taking place in languages and cultures of Eastern Europe from the pre-modern times onward.



Editor(s): Andriy Danylenko, ADANYLENKO@PACE.EDU
Advisory Board: Jan Ivar Bjørnflaten (Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages, University of Oslo), Vít Boček (Institute of the Czech Language of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Brno), Pietro U. Dini (Department of Philology, Literature, and Linguistics, University of Pisa), Jan Fellerer (Wolfson College, University of Oxford), Marc L. Greenberg (Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Kansas), Johanna Laakso (Department of Finno-Ugric Studies, University of Vienna Institute of European and Comparative Linguistic and Literary Studies), Marek Stachowski (Institute of Slavic Philology, Jagiellonian University, Cracow), Paul Wexler (Tel-Aviv University), Björn Wiemer (Institute of Slavic, Turkic and Circum-Baltic Studies, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz)
Staff editorial contact: Jana Hodges-Kluck (jhodges-kluck@rowman.com)
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