OSLa, volume 5(1), 2013: Space in South Slavic

2013-11-24
OSLa, volume 5(1), 2013 (113 pages) comprises four refereed and revised papers presented in the thematic session Space in South Slavic at the 2012 Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Conference in Zagreb. The thematic session and this special issue are part of research activities of an international research group gathered around the project Spatial Constructions in South Slavic located at the University of Oslo. This issue of OSLa is edited by Ljiljana Šarić, ILOS, UiO. Space in South Slavic
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