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Bermel, N., Knittl, L. and Russell, J. (2015) Morphological variation and sensitivity to frequency of forms among native speakers of Czech. Russian Linguistics. ISSN 0304-3487

Bermel, N., Knittl, L. and Russell, J. (2015) Morphological variation and sensitivity to frequency of forms among native speakers of Czech. Russian Linguistics, 39 (3). 283 - 308. ISSN 0304-3487

Bermel, N.H. (2014) Czech Diglossia: Dismantling or Dissolution? In: Arokay, J., Gvozdanovic, J. and Miyajima, D., (eds.) Divided Languages? Diglossia, Translation and the Rise of Modernity in Japan, China, and the Slavic World. Transcultural Research – Heidelberg Studies on Asia and Europe in a Global Context . Springer Science & Business Media , 21 - 37 . ISBN 3319035215

Bermel, N.H., Knittl, L. and Russell, J. (2014) Absolutní a proporcionální frekvence v ČNK ve světle výzkumu morfosyntaktické variace v češtině. Naše řeč, 97 (4-5). 216 - 227 .

Brandist, C. (2003) Bakhtine, la sociologie du langage et le roman. In: Sériot, P., (ed.) Le discours sur la langue en URSS à l'époque stalinienne (épistémologie, philosophie, idéologie). Cahiers de l’ILSL (14). Université de Lausanne , pp. 59-83.

Brandist, C. (2015) Bakhtinian Bildung and the Educational Process: Some Historical Considerations. Educational Philosophy and Theory. ISSN 1469-5812 (In Press)

Brandist, C. (2006) Early Soviet research projects and the developments of "Bakhtinian" ideas: the view from the archives. In: Lähteenmäki, M., Dufva, H., Leppänen, S. and Varis, P., (eds.) Proceedings of the XII International Bakhtin Conference, Jyvaskyla,. University of Jyvaskyla , Jyvaskyla, Finland , pp. 144-156. ISBN 10951392725

Brandist, C. (2015) From ‘Neophilology’ to ‘Sociological Poetics’: Alternatives to Formalism in Literary Scholarship Leningrad in the 1920s. Knowledge Cultures, 3 (4). 17 - 34. ISSN 2327-5731

Brandist, C. (2015) Introduction: the ‘Bakhtin Circle’ in its own time and ours. Studies in East European Thought. ISSN 0925-9392

Brandist, C. (2005) Le marrisme et l’héritage de la Völkerpsychologie dans la linguistique soviétique. In: Sériot, P., (ed.) Un paradigme perdu : la linguistique marriste. Cahiers de l’ILSL (20). Université de Lausanne , pp. 29-56.

Brandist, C. (2004) Mikhail Bakhtin and early Soviet sociolinguistics. In: Faraco, C.A., de Castro, G. and Merkle, L.E., (eds.) Proceedings of the Eleventh International Bakhtin Conference. Universidade Federal do Paraná , Curitiba (Brazil) , pp. 145-153. ISBN 859043981X

Brandist, C. (2015) The eastern side of the circle: the contribution of Mikhail Tubjanskij. Studies in East European Thought. ISSN 1573-0948

Brandist, C., Chakrabarti, P. and Khan, I. (2015) An Exclusive Interview With Professor Craig Brandist. Writing Today: International Journal of Studies in English, 1 (3). 18 - 30 (12). ISSN 2230-8466

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Chown, E. (2005) Le motif syncrétique dans les théories grammaticales de Marr : sources, parallèles et perspectives. In: Sériot, P., (ed.) Un paradigme perdu: la linguistique marriste. Cahiers de l’ILSL (20). Université de Lausanne , pp. 77-88.

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Divjak, D. (2015) Exploring the grammar of perception A case study using data from Russian. Functions of Language, 22 (1). 44 - 68. ISSN 0929-998X

Divjak, D. (2009) Mapping between domains. The aspect-modality interaction in Russian. Russian Linguistics, 33. 249 - 269. ISSN 0304-3487

Divjak, D.S. The role of lexical frequency in the acceptability of syntactic variants: evidence from that-clauses in Polish. Cognitive Science. ISSN 1551-6709 (In Press)

Divjak, D.S. and Arppe, A. (2013) Extracting prototypes from exemplars What can corpus data tell us about concept representation? Cognitive Linguistics, 24 (2). 221 - 274. ISSN 0936-5907

Divjak, D.S., Dabrowska, E. and Arppe, A. (2016) Machine meets man. Evaluating the psychological reality of corpus-based probabilistic models. Cognitive Linguistics. ISSN 0936-5907

Divjak, D.S., Szymor, N.S. and Socha, A.K. (2015) Less is more: possibility and necessity as centres of gravity in a usage-based classification of core modals in Polish. Russian Linguistics, 39 (3). ISSN 1572-8714

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