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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Charms against worms in wounds: the text and the ritual2017 Incantatio (5): 53-64
  • Tatjana Agapkina
H6/KVT [TARTU-]2228-1355
Code-switching and predictability of meaning in discourse2015 Language 91 (4): 871-905
  • Mark Myslín
  • Roger Levy
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
The village of Belintsi (Bulgaria): one 'forgotten' community in the Balkans where Czech was being spoken2008 Český Lid 95 (2): 145-62
  • Michal Svoboda
H6/KVL [CESKY-]0009-0794English summary
From the history of collecting, systematizing and publishing Czech proverbs and sayings2008 Narodna tvorchist’ ta etnohrafiya 5: 56-65
  • Liudmyla Danylenko
H6/KVY [NARODNA-]0130-6936English summary
Time in Slavonic idioms2006 Zhivaia Starina (NS) 1: 35-7
  • S. M. Beliakova
H6/KVY [ZHIVAIA-]0204-3432
On the spelling of the word 'Indian', the non-existence of human races, and the danger of racial thinking2005 Český Lid 92 (3): 231-41
  • Přemysl Mǎcha
H6/KVL [CESKY-]0009-0794English summary
From one monolingualism to another: ethnic assimilation as a product of language displacement in Czech-Moravian Texas2004 Český Lid 91 (3): 235-52
  • Kevin Hannan
H6/KVL [CESKY-]0009-0794
On the language of the liturgy among Slovak-speaking communities in Hungary2003 Národopis Slovákov v Madarsku 19: 71-8
  • Anna Divičanová
H6/KVN [NARODOPIS-]0139-4511Hungarian and German summaries
Complex sentences with object clause in Francysk Skaryna's 'Bible'2002 Vestsi Akademii Navuk Belarusi 4: 111-14, 128
  • S. IA. Rapatsėvich
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAVUK BYELARUSKAY SSR. Vestsi seryya hramadskikh navuk]0321-1649English and Russian summaries
Carrying out Judas in a Slovak village in Hungary and its central European connections2001 Acta ethnographica Hungarica 46 (3/4): 243-60
  • Anna Gyivicsán
1216-9803in thematic section 'Studies on Hungarians and other central European peoples'; English summary
Von 'Zábavník' (Unterhaltungsrevue) zu [Týdenník] (Wochenblatt). Der Dornweg zur Entstehung des ersten tschechischen Periodikums in Mähren2000 Acta Musei Moraviae: scientiae sociales 85 (1/2): 157-93
  • Zdenek Fišer
0323-0570English and German summaries
Anecdotes parodying foreign languages1997 Český Lid 84 (3): 235-8
  • Jaroslav Otčenášek