Etimologiia i istoriia slov russkogo iazyka is an online reference service created by the V. V. Vinogradov Institute of Russian Language (Russian Academy of Sciences), which enables users to consult multiple reference works on the history and etymology of any Russian word entered (in Cyrillic) into the search form. Users may search by exact word or lexical derivatives. An 'academic library' contains DJVU files of selected articles from the annual publication 'Etimologiia' and a PDF file outlining the Institute's current project 'A Russian Etymological Dictionary'. A section on etymology in higher education links to PDF files primarily of use to teachers, such as: course outlines for different levels; bibliographies of dictionaries and works on etymology and lexicography. This Russian-language only site will be of most use to researchers and teachers of Russian language and linguistics.
Glossos is published by the Slavic and East European Language Resource Center, Duke University (ISSN 1544-404X ). It is an online peer reviewed journal which publishes articles and reviews in languages and linguistics, with a particular emphasis on Slavic and East European language studies. The languages of the journal are Russian and English. Glossos is published once or twice a year beginning in 2001. Articles are made available as PDF files. The first issue focused on Slavic cognitive linguistics and was dedicated to the memory of Brygida Rudzka-Ostyn.
This is the home page of the Journal of Slavic Linguistics, edited at the University of Indiana. Tables of contents and journal article abstracts for all issues are available online going back to 1993. Contact details for both editors and authors are also provided.Subject matter ranges from Russian morphosyntax, to Slavic semantics, to American Russian, to genitive plural endings, to the syllabification of high vowels in Late Common Slavic. As such, topics are aimed only at academic specialists.The site gives subscription instructions and rates for the paper format of the journal. It also offers submission information and the journal's style sheet for potential authors. Navigation is clear and straightforward.
This website created by the Institute of the Russian Language (Russian Academy of Sciences) is a unique primary source for all those involved in Russian language studies. It contains interactive dictionaries and reference literature. In order to maintain a continious development of the site, a fee for using some of its materials has been introduced, although it is still possible to access some resources without a subscription fee by providing the user name and password: guest/guest. By clicking on the word 'Poisk' users can look up information in the Russian Concise Dictionary compiled by Vladimir Dal, Dictionary of Russian Spelling, Dictionary of Foreign Words, Dictionary of Russian Personal Names, Dictionary of Russian Idioms - all in all 12 dictionaries. The virtual library of reference sources contains texts of four works: Russian Grammar, Concise Russian Grammar, Bibliography of Books on Linguistics and Russian Linguistics, and The History of Words by V. Vinogradov. Users can submit questions to a linguist on duty and also browse the most frequently asked questions. The site includes information on the most prominent Russian philologists, such as Vinogradov, Grot, Dal, Sreznevskii, etc.