iReteslaw – online repository of texts in the field of Slavic studies

The repository was established at the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences with the organisational support of the Slavic Foundation

Unique, specialized repository of doctoral theses, their abstracts, reviews and preprints of scientific papers in the field of world-Slavic linguistics and related fields serves the dissemination and popularisation of scientific papers, and thus facilitates the exchange of scientific ideas between researchers in different centres and countries. The project's goal is also the dissemination of knowledge in the field of Slavic linguistics and related fields among non-specialists and people outside the scientific community and academia. The repository is conceived as an innovative, comparative and interdisciplinary source of texts with extensive bibliographic descriptions. iReteslaw is a thematic repository, which distinguishes it from institutional repositories. As a result, the content and scope of the database is wider than it is in traditional repositories, limited to the publications of a given scientific institution.

All the items are made available in Open Access under the CC BY 3.0 PL license. Consequently, they can be obtained free of charge by all users, including institutions. Users may read, download, copy, distribute, print and search the full text of each volume, as well as publish link to it, without seeking permission from either the publisher or the author(s).

Project co-financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.

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  • Виноградов, Андрей Юрьевич; Коробов, Максим Игоревич (2017)
    The paper focuses on the name of the barbarian warlord that appears in the Slavic and (recently discovered) Armenian versions of the Life of St. Stephen of Sougdaia as Бравлинъ and Պրաւլիս /Praulis/, respectively. These ...
  • Успенский, Борис Андреевич (2017)
    The present article analyzes the two epistles of Kliment Smoliatich, the metropolitan of Kiev, written between 1147 and 1154, and sent to Smolensk. The addressees of the epistles were Foma (Thomas) the Presbyter and ...
  • Kovačević, Ana (2017)
    Богатство славянских грамматических категорий и их взаимопроникновениe особенно ярко выражается в согласовании однородных подлежащих со ска зу- е мым. С учетом дополнительных условий (в славянских языках это поря док слов ...
  • Холодилова, Мария Александровна (2017)
    The relativization systems of most Slavic languages include relative pronouns that can be conventionally labelled as ‘who’ and ‘which’ and differ in a number of logically independent parameters (etymology, animacy, ...
  • Sonnenhauser, Barbara (2017)
    For the linguistic expression of the concept of knowledge, the Slavic languages use verbs deriving from the Indo-European roots *ĝnō and *u̯ei̯d. They differ in terms of the availability of both types of verbs in the ...

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