(Please note: I have published 17 books, 5 of which are textbooks, and 2 of which are translations of my textbooks into other languages. For a full list of publications, see my Full CV. For reviews of my textbooks, see Section 2.2 and links below.)
Cognitive Linguistics: The Quantitative Turn. The Essential Reader Laura A. Janda (ed.). 2013. De Gruyter Mouton. 321 pp.
Common and comparative Slavic: Phonology and inflection, with special attention to Russian, Polish, Czech, Serbo-Croatian, and Bulgarian, by Charles E. Townsend and Laura A. Janda. 1996. Slavica Publishers. 310 pp.
Common and comparative Slavic: Phonology and inflection, with special attention to Russian, Polish, Czech, Serbo-Croatian, and Bulgarian has been translated into German (published in 2002) and into Korean (published in 2011).
The Case Book for Russian, a coherent description of all the uses of all the cases with examples for linguists and learners, with a companion CD-ROM and website with audio and interactive exercises. Co-authored with Steven J. Clancy. Bloomington, IN: Slavica. 2002. 303pp. In 2005 this book won a nationwide award for pedagogy in the US.
“A Cognitive Grammar Approach to Teaching the Russian Case System” by Carlee Arnett and Diana Lysinger, published in Russian Language Journal / Русский язык Vol. 63 (2013), pp. 135-168 reports on an experiment conducted using The Case Book for Russian.