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Bibliography of International Congresses of Slavists (BibSlavKon)

The Bibliography of International Congresses of Slavists (1929-2013) was converted from thirteen printed volumes into a database in cooperation with the Slavonic Library in Prague (Slovanská knihovna Praha) and contains 7767 records. Since 2008 the Bibliography appear only in electronic form and will be updated in five-year interval according to the next Congresses of Slavists. The further information can be found here. The overview of the classification can be found: here.

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Tipologičeskije aspekty fonetičeskich izmenenij v praslavjanskom

Čekman, Valeryj - 1978, 41 s.
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Towards a Typology of Slavic Intonation Systems

Gardiner, Duncan B. - American Contributions to the Eighth International Congress of Slavists : Zagreb and Ljubljana, September 3-9, 1978 (1978), 307-316
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Versuch einer Typologie der slawisch-nichtslawischen Sprachkontakte

Lötzsch, Ronald - Zeitschrift für Slawistik 22 (1977) 5, 591-597
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Puti postrojenija tipologii semantiki slavjanskich jazykov

Moskovich, Wolf - 1978, 13 s.
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Poetika L.N. Tolstogo i tipologija sovremennogo romana

Gej, Nikolaj Konstantinovič - Slavjanskije literatury : VIII meždunarodnyj s“jezd slavistov : Zagreb – Ljubljana, sentjabr’ 1978 g. : doklady sovetskoj delegacii (1978), 278-296
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The Metrical Typology of Russian Narrative Folk Meters

Bailey, James - American Contributions to the Eighth International Congress of Slavists : Zagreb and Ljubljana, September 3-9, 1978 (1978), 82-103
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Voprosy obščej i slavjanskoj sintaksičeskoj tipologii

Dezsö, L. - Studia Slavica Academiae scientiarum Hungaricae 19 (1973) 1/3, 1-16
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Tipologija flektivnoj osnovy v slavjanskich jazykach

Ďurovič, L. - Scando-Slavica (1973), 225-243
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Tipologičen relef na romantizma v slavjanskite literaturi

Georgiev, E. - Slavjanska filologija (1973), 15-34
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K tipologii romantičeskogo myšlenija v russkoj literature XIX veka

Király, G. - Studia Slavica Academiae scientiarum Hungaricae 19 (1973) 1/3, 89-135