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Publications of Edna Andrews    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books and Monographs

  1. E. Andrews and E. Maksimova, Russian Translation: Theory and Practice (2 volumes), vol. Two volumes (2010), Routledge Publishers (Volume 2 is in electronic format..)
  2. Conversations with Lotman: Cultural Semiotics in Language, Literature and Cognition (2003), The University of Toronto Press (Translated into Japanese in 2005.)
  3. Russian: A Grammar of Contemporary Russian (2001), Lincom Europa, Munchen
  4. E. Andrews, The semantics of suffixation in Russian, Slavic Linguistics (1996), Munchen, Germany: Lincom Europa (Nominated for a prize in linguistics by AATSEEL.)
  5. E. Andrews, About Sintetizm, Mathematics and other things. (in Russian) (O синтетиэме, математике и прочем �.: Pоман <<мы>> еи замятина (1994), St. Petersburg, Russia: Astra Lyuks ([published review of book in Vestnik SPBU, vyp.1, no.2, January , 1995].)
  6. E. Andrews, Markedness theory: The union of asymmetry and semiosis in language, The Roman Jakobson Series in Linguistics and Poetics (1990), Durham, NC: Duke Univeristy Press

Edited Volumes

  1. E. Andrews, S. Dickey, Slavic Linguistics: In Honor of Ronald Feldstein (2011)
  2. Slavic Linguistics 2K: A Retrospective Volume, edited by E. Andrews, S. Franks, R. Feldstein & G, Fowler (2006), Slavika Publishers
  3. Contemporary Russian Studies: Language, Culture, Text (2002), pp. 200 pp.; edited, GLOSSOS
  4. John Benjamins, A Calculus of Meaning: Studies in Markedness, Distinctive Features and Deixis, edited by E. Andrews and Y. Tobin (1996), pp. 432 pp.; edited


  1. E. Andrews, Русские глагольные приставки. (2009), Russian Language Publishers: Moscow
  2. with G. Averyanova and G. Pyadusova, Russian Verb: Forms and Functions (1997), Russkij jazyk: Moscow (358 pp. Second revised and expanded edition, 2001, 384 pp..)
  3. with E. Maksimova, С места в карьер: A structural approach to contemporary Russian grammar - an instructor's manual (1994), Boston, MA: Focus Publishers
  4. E. Andrews, I. Dolgova & E. Predtecenskaja, Пособие по русскому глаголу (Posobie po russkomu glagolu), vol. 2 (1988), New York: CIEE
  5. E. Andrews, G.N. Averyanova & G.I. Pyadusova, Пособие по русскому глаголу (Posobie po russkomu glagolu), vol. 1 (1987), New York: CIEE
  6. E. Andrews, A first year Supplementary Russian grammar (1987)
  7. E. Andrews, A second year grammar and one-stem dictionary (1987)
  8. E. Andrews, G. McLaws & A. Rogers, A handbook of Russian verbal prefixes (1983), Bloomington: Physsardt (Reprinted 1990, Babel Publishers.)

Papers Published

  1. E. Andrews, Language and Brain: Recasting Meaning in the Definition of Human Language, Semiotica (2011), Cambridge University Press (in press.)
  2. E. Andrews, C. Bae, N. Davis, P. Kang, N. Mehta, T. Hausburg, Speech and Sung Phoneme Perception (2011) (under review.)
  3. E. Andrews, Markedness Theory: Tense and Aspect in the Russian Verb, in The Russian Verb (Oxford University Press), edited by Robert Binnick (2010), Oxford University Press
  4. E. Andrews, Series of articles on semiotic topics, in The Routledge Companion to Semiotics, edited by Paul Cobley (2009), London: Routledge Publishers
  5. E. Andrews and E. Maksimova, Semiotic Transitions: A Key to Modelling Translation, Sign Systems Studies, vol. 36 no. 3 (2009)
  6. E. Andrews, Redefining Discontinuity in Cultural Space: Principles of Semiospheric Explosion, in Introductory article to Ju. M. Lotman, Culture and Explosion, trans. by W. Clark (2009), Mouton de Gruyter
  7. E. Andrews, Lotman and the Cognitive Sciences: The Role of Autocommunication in the Language of Memory, in Integration und Explosion. Perspektiven auf die Kutursemiotik Jurij Lotmans (2009), Unviersity of Konstanz, Germany
  8. E. Andrews, “The Semiotics of Jurij Lotman.”, in The Literary Encyclopedia. (2008), The Literary Dictionary Company Limited
  9. E. Andrews and E. Maksimova, Semiospheric Transitions: A Key to Modelling Translation, in Sign Systems Studies, Труды по знаковым системам (2008)
  10. E. Andrews, Zamyatin and the circle of colors, in Zamyatin and "We": An Anthology (2006) (to appear.)
  11. E. Andrews, Gender roles and perception: Russian diminutives in discourse, in Slavic Gender Linguistics, edited by M. Mills (2006), Amsterdam: John Benjamins Press
  12. E. Andrews, Grammar and pragmatics: The two axes of language and deixis, in Current Issues in Lingusitic Theory, edited by L.R. Waugh & S. Rudy, vol. 49 (2006), pp. 407-413
  13. E. Andrews, Medial Temporal Lobes and Languages: The Case of HM,, Journal of Memory and Language (2005)
  14. with B. Skotko, H.M.'s Language Skills: Clues About Language and the Medial Temporal Lobe, Journal of Memory and Language (2005-2006) (under review.)
  15. E. Andrews, Neurolinguistic perspectives on Second Language Acquisition, Language (Journal of the Linguistic Society of America) (2005-2006)
  16. E. Andrews, Conversations with Lotman: Cultural Semiotics in Language, Literature and Cognition (2004), University of Toronto Press
  17. E. Andrews, Пределы русской души: построение художественного пространства в творчестве М.А. Булгакова и Е.И. Замятина, in Leib, Geist und Seele in der russischen Literatur und Kultur, Weiner Slawistischer Almanach Bach, 54, edited by J. van Baak & S. Brouwer (2004), pp. 241-252
  18. Viktor Shklovskij: proza 20-x godov, in The Poetics and Stylistics of the Literature of the Nineteen Twenties (2003), St. Petersburg University Press (in press.)
  19. Peterburg Axmatovoj i Bloka, in Gorod, gor'koj lyubovyu lyubimyj (2003), St. Petersburg, Russia: Astra Lyuks (Introductory Article.)
  20. Gender Roles and Perception: Russian Diminutives in Discourse, in Slavic Gender Linguistics, edited by M. Mills (2003), John Benjamins Press, Amsterdam (accepted.)
  21. with E. Maksimova, Zamjatinkskij Puskin, Russkaja Literatura, Journal of the Institute of Russian Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Puskinskij Dom (2003), accepted
  22. Memory, Language and Brain, Prague School Linguistics (2003) (tentative volume title.)
  23. Tartu School Contributions to the Study of Literary Texts: The Work of Peeter Torop, Semiotica, vol. 144 no. 1/4 (2003), pp. 377-380
  24. E. Andrews, Teorija postroenie xudozhestvennogo prostranstva: Lotman i Florenskij (2003), St. Petersburg University Press
  25. E. Andrews & E. Maksimova, Замятинский Пушкин: Пушкинские образы в романе ?Мы? Е.И. Замятина, in Russkoe slovo v mirovoj kul'ture (2003), pp. 364-371, St. Petersburg: Izd. Politexnika
  26. Russian Derivational Morphology and Shifting Reference, Townsend Memorial Volume (2002)
  27. Russian Contributions to Cognitive Science: Vygotsky, Luria, Jakobson and Lotman, in Contemporary Russian Studies: Language, Culture, Text (2002), St. Petersburg University Press
  28. Text and Culture: Continuous Discontinuity in Lotman and Zamjatin, in Russian Literature, XLIX-IV (May, 2001), pp. 347-370, Netherlands
  29. Lotman's Communication Act and Semiosis, Semiotica (2000)
  30. Recasting Animacy: The Codification of Perceptual Distinctions in Language, edited by E. Contini- Morava and Y. Tobin (2000), pp. 205-223, Mouton Publishers: Berlin
  31. The Tartu School at the End of the Twentieth Century, Semiotica, vol. 131 no. 3/4 (2000), pp. 267-71
  32. The Role of Semiotics in Modern Linguistic Theory, in Contemporary Slavic Linguistics, edited by G. Fowler (2000), Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers
  33. Nine short articles on major figures and central theoretical constructs in semiotic and linguistic theory, in The Icon Critical Dictionary of Semiotics and Linguistics, edited by P. Cobley (2000), Cambridge, UK: Icon Books
  34. K opredeleniju semioticheskogo prostranstva, in Jazyk, Kul'tura, Obshchenie, 92-95 (2000), St. Petersburg, Russia: St. Petersburg University
  35. The Memory of Language in the Language of Memory, The Peirce Seminar Papers (An Annual of Semiotic Analysis), vol. 4 (1999), pp. 623-637
  36. The Jakobsonian Legacy in Contemporary Poetics, Semiotica, vol. 123 no. 1/2 (1999)
  37. Peirce and Jakobson Revisited: The Relation of Visual and Auditory Signs in Human Language, The Peirce Papers III, vol. 12 (1997), pp. 11-27
  38. E. Andrews, The semiotics of catastrophe: Interpretants and linguistic change, in Semiotics Around the World: Synthesis in Diversity, edited by I. Rauch (1997), pp. 179-182, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter
  39. E. Andrews, The shift of 'shame' in Slavic, IJSLP, vol. XXXIX-XL (1996), pp. 299-312
  40. E. Andrews, Political correctness and cultural sensitivity: The linguistic problem of taboo, American Speech, vol. 71 no. 4 (1996), pp. 389-404
  41. E. Andrews, Sovremennaja zizn' i vopros o tabu, in Avrora (1996), St. Petersburg, Russia
  42. E. Andrews, Upotreblenie laskatel'nyx form v razgovore s det'mi, in Avrora (July, 1995), St. Petersburg, Russia
  43. E. Andrews, Seeing is believing: Categories of visual perception in Russian, in Meaning as Explanation: Advances in Linguistic Sign Theory, edited by E. Contini-Moraga & R. Sussman Goldberg (1995), pp. 361-380, Mouton De Gruyter
  44. E. Andrews, Adult speaker and child addressee: Usage and perception of Russian diminutives, Russian Language Journal, vol. XLIX no. 162-4 (1995)
  45. E. Andrews, Markedness theory: An explication of its theoretical basis and applicability in semantic analysis, in Memorial volume to honor J. Daniel Armstrong, edited by C. Gribble, C.H. van Schooneveld & C. Townsend (1994), Columbus, OH: Slavica Publishers (accepted 1984.)
  46. E. Andrews, Gender and declension shifts in contemporary standard Russian: Markedness as a semiotic principle, in A Calculus of Meaning: Studies in Markedness, Distinctive Features and Deixis (1994), Amsterdam: John Benjamins
  47. E. Andrews, The interface of iconicity and interpretants, in The Peirce Seminar Papers (An Annual of Semiotic Analysis), vol. 2 (1994), pp. 9-28
  48. E. Andrews, M. St. Johns & F. Borchardt, Gender signalling in Russian: A contrastive analysis of native speakers and artificial neural networks, Language Quarterly, vol. 31 no. 1-2 (Winter-Spring, 1993), pp. 1-40
  49. E. Andrews, Interpretants and linguistic change: The case of -x- in modern standard colloquial Russian, Journal of Slavic Linguistics, vol. 1 no. 2 (Summer, 1993), pp. 199-218
  50. E. Andrews, The iconicity of gender shifts in contemporary Russian, in Contributions to the International Congress of Slavists (1993), pp. 202-213
  51. E. Andrews, 'Vzaimosvjaz' tvorcestva Bulgakova i Zamjatina, Vestnik SPBU (January, 1992)
  52. E. Andrews, The boundaries of sense: Cvetaeva's extension of the morpheme, in Studies in Poetics, UCLA Slavic Studies Series (1991)
  53. E. Andrews, A dialogue on the sign: Can Peirce and Jakobson be reconciled?, SEMIOTICA (Journal of the International Organization of Semiotic Studies) (November, 1990)
  54. E. Andrews, Pierce's emotional interpretant: A key to bilingualism, International Review of Applied Linguistics (IRAL) (August 3, 1990)
  55. E. Andrews, A semiotic revolution: Peirce and Jakobson on the nature of the sign, Secol Review, vol. 14 (Spring, 1990)
  56. E. Andrews, Semanticeskij analiz russkix glagol’nyx pristavok i predlogov o i ob, in Russkij jazyk za rubezom (January, 1990), Moscow
  57. E. Andrews, Grammar and pragmatics: The two axes of language and deixis, in New Vistas in Grammar: Invariance and Variation (1990), John Benjamins
  58. E. Andrews, Lingvistika i poetika i interpretacija teksta: Zimnaja noc Pasternaka, in Vestnik Lgu (October, 1989), Leningrad State University
  59. E. Andrews, A study in linguistic sign theory: The suffix -K-A/-KA in modern Russian, in From Sign to Text in Linguistics, Literature and the Arts, edited by Y. Tobin (1989), pp. 123-134, John Benjamins
  60. E. Andrews, Jakobsonian markedness theory as mathematical principle, in The Generation of the 1890s: Jakobson, Trubetzkoy, Mayakovsky: The First Roman Jakobson Colloquium (1987), pp. 177-197, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter
  61. E. Andrews, Gender shifts and myths about markedness, in University of North Carolina Linguistic Circle (1987)
  62. E. Andrews, The prefixes DE- and UN- in modern American English, American Speech, vol. 61 no. 3 (Fall, 1986)
  63. E. Andrews, Markedness theory in morphology and semantics: The reconciliation of contextual versus general meaning, The SECOL Review, vol. X no. 3 (1986)
  64. E. Andrews, An extention of the concept of shifter in verbal categories: Perceptual versus transmissional deixis, in University of North Carolina Linguistic Circle (1986), pp. 73-80
  65. E. Andrews, A reevaluation of the relationship between grammatical gender and declension in modern Greek and Russian, IJSLP, vol. XXXIV (1986)
  66. E. Andrews, A synchronic semantic analysis of the preverbs O- and OB- in modern Serbo-Croatian, in Papers for the Fifth Congress of Southeast European Studies, Belgrade (1985), pp. 7-18, Columbus, OH: Slavica Publishers
  67. E. Andrews, Markedness reversals in linguistic sign systems, in In Memory of Roman Jakobson: Papers from the 1984 MALC (1985), pp. 169-180, Columbia: University of Missouri
  68. E. Andrews, A semantic analysis of the Russian prepositions/preverbs O- and OB-, Slavic and East European Journal, vol. 28 no. 4 (Winter, 1984), pp. 477-492
  69. E. Andrews, An error analysis of modern Russian, in Teaching and Learning at Indiana University, vol. 6 no. 2 (Winter, 1983), Bloomington, IN: Teaching Resource Center, Indiana University

Book Reviews

  1. E. Andrews, Slavic Languages in the Context of Languages of the Worl. Review of Comrie/Corbett The Slavonic Languages, SEEJ (Fall, 2005) (to appear.)
  2. Jakobson between East and West: 1915-1939, SEEJ (The Slavic and East European Journal) (2000)
  3. E. Andrews, Einstein: Selected Works (vols III & IV) by Richard Taylor & William Powell, Europe-Asia Studies (1997)
  4. E. Andrews, Osobennosti razvitija russkoj leksiki v novejsij period (na materiale gazet), The Slavic and East European Journal, vol. 39 no. 3 (Fall, 1995)
  5. E. Andrews, Evaluation in ELT by Cyril Weir & Jon Robers, American Speech (1995)
  6. E. Andrews, The Port-Royal Grammar, SECOL Review (1994)
  7. E. Andrews, Contemporary Morphology, Studies in Second Language Acquisition (1992)
  8. E. Andrews, Language: A Theory of its Stucture and Use by Pers Saugstad, Language, vol. 67 no. 1 (March, 1991)
  9. E. Andrews, Markedness Theory by Ed Batistella, American Speech (1991)
  10. E. Andrews, Cognitive Science, SECOL Review (1990)
  11. E. Andrews, Frontiers in Semiotics edited by J. Deely, B. Williams & F.E. Kruse, American Speech, vol. 62 no. 4 (Winter, 1987)

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