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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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1

Puristic Attitudes in Serbia in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century

Herrity, Peter - The Slavonic and East European Review 56 (1978) 2, 202-223
2

The Digressions in Evgenij Onegin

Meijer, Jan M. - Dutch Contributions to the Sixth International Congress of Slavicists : Prague, 1968 (1968), 122-152
3

A Phonemic Analysis of some Bulgarian Dialects

Klagstad, H. L. - 1958, 12 s.
4

Starost narodne epike naše

Kostić, Drag. - Saopštenja i referati : III međunarodni kongres slavista (slovenskih filologa) : 18.–25.IX.1939 = Communications et rapports : IIIème congrès international des slavistes (philologues slaves) (1939), 114-122
5

Sprachwandel vom Sorbischen zum Deutschen in der Niederlausitz : eine Fallstudie

Norberg, Madlena - International Journal of the Sociology of Language (1996), 9-23
6

Glagoľnyj kategorial = Das verbale Kategorial

Tošović, Branko - 1998, 122 s.
7

Evrolingvistični inovacii v slavjanskite standartni ezici

Vačkova, Kira; Vačkov, Veselin - Slavjanska filologija : dokladi i statii za XIII Meždunaroden kongres na slavistite (2003), 122–131
8

Bogastvo filologije : Murkov pomen za etnologijo v Sloveniji

Slavec Gradišnik, Ingrid - Matija Murko v myšlenkovém kontextu evropské slavistiky : sborník studií (2005), 100–122
9

Ze związków językowych polsko-łużyckich

Zaręba, A. - Język polski : organ Towarzystwa miłośników języka polskiego 53 (1973) 2/3, 208-218
10

Appositional Compounds in Russian

Ward, D. - The Slavonic and East European Review 51 (1973) 122, 1-10