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Name: Nelly  Tincheva
Institution: University of Sofia
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Bulgaria   
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
Specialty: Cognitive Science; Text Linguistics; Discourse Analysis
Selected Publications: 1.Tincheva, 2015. Text Structure: A Window into Discourse, Context and Mind. Sofia: POLIS Publ. ISBN 978-954-796-055-8
2. Tincheva, N. 2014a. ‘The doctor X-Rayed my head and found nothing: The linguistic phenomenon of malapropisms’. In: Fennel, T., Hodgson, A. et al. Language for International Communication: Linking Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Riga, Latvia: University of Latvia Press. ISBN 978-9984-45-798-7
3. Tincheva, N. 2014 b. ‘The Killer Sport of Politics: Conceptual Metaphors in Bulgarian Political Discourse’. Balkanistica, 27, pp. 141-160. Oxford, Mississippi, USA. ISSN 0360-2206
4. Tincheva, N. 2012 а. Political Speeches (A Cognitive Perspective on Text and Structure). Sofia: ASKONI Publ.
5.Tincheva, N. 2012 b. Enter Text Linguistics. Sofia: Direct Services Publ.
6.Tincheva, N. 2012 c. ‘Contexts, Discourse Worlds, Text Worlds’. In: SSRN, Cognitive Science Network,
7.Tincheva, N. 2012 d. ‘The SOURCE-PATH-GOAL schema in the structure of political speeches’. In: SSRN, Cognitive Science Network,
8. Tincheva, N. 2012 e. ‘Text structure: Movie scripts’. Cognitive Philology, Vol. (5) 2012. Rome, Italy. ISSN 2035-391X
Courses Taught: Text Linguistics,
Political Discourse,
Approaches to Discourse,
(Analytical) Grammar
Dissertation Abstract: The SOURCE-PATH-GOAL image schema in political speeches
Academic Paper Abstract: Contexts, Discourse Worlds, Text Worlds

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