Call for Papers: Hamsa: The Journal of Judaic and Islamic Studies

The editors of Hamsa: The Journal of Judaic and Islamic Studies are currently accepting proposals for its 5th volume on Muslims and Jews in Latin America. Submissions addressing the names and naming within this subject area are welcome. The main aim of the Hamsa Journal of Judaic and Islamic Studies is to create a virtual multi-disciplinary space in which all perspectives of the History, Language and Literature of Jews and Muslims can converge, as well as themes on Judaism and Islam in general. The deadline for submission is April 30, 2018. More details about the journal and the call are available here.

Voprosy Onomastiki (Problems of Onomastics) publishes Vol. 14 (2017), Issue 2

The editorial board of the journal Voprosy Onomastiki (Problems of Onomastics) is pleased to inform you of the publication of Vol. 14 (2017), Issue 2. The issue is available on the journal’s website.

Articles

Nikolaev, S. L. Etymology and Comparative Phonology of North Germanic Personal Names in the Primary Chronicle

Toporova, T. V. Proper Name as a Marker of a Cosmogonic Song

Krivoshchapova, J. A. Russian River Names: The Potential of Semantic Development (With Reference to Dialectal Vocabulary)

Brodsky, I. V. Anthroponyms in Finno-Permic Compound Plant Names

Feoktistova, L. A. Anthroponyms in Russian Appellative Names for Alcoholic Drinks (yerofeich, erokha, ivashko, ivanushko, etc.)

Madieva, G. B., Suprun, V. I. The System of Modern Russian Urbanonymic Terminology

Gridina, Т. А., Konovalova, N. I. Pen Name as a Form of a Journalist’s Self-Presentation in the Late 19th — Early 20th Centuries Russian Regional Press

Forum

Coates, R. Popular Books on English Place-Names — a Serious Issue in Onomastics

Lozić Knezović, K., Marasović-Alujević, M. Transonymization as Revitalization: Old Toponyms of Split

Book Reviews

Suprun, V. I.
Astrakhan’s Anthroponymy over Time. Review of the book: Kopylova, E. V. (2016). Imia i vremia: dva veka istorii imen astrakhantsev (1800–2000 gg.) [Name and Time: Two Centuries in the History of Astrakhan Citizens’ Names (1800–2000)]. Moscow: KnoRus; Astrakhan: Astrakhan University Press

Morgunova, О. V.
Folk Calendar of Czechs and Slovaks through the Lens of Language. Review of the book: Valentsova, M. M. (2016). Narodnyi kalendar chekhov i slovakov. Etnolingvisticheskii aspekt [The Folk Calendar of Czechs and Slovaks. An Ethnolinguistic Aspect]. Moscow: Indrik

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