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Name: Maria  Stambolieva
Institution: New Bulgarian University
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State and/or Country: Bulgaria   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
General Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Writing Systems
Cognitive Science
Genetic Classification
Specialty: Natural language structure: morphology (esp.aspectuality), formal syntax, typology
Subject Language(s): Bulgarian
Selected Publications: M. Stambolieva. Where Google fails. English Studies, New Bulgarian University 2016 (forthcoming)

Maria Stambolieva. Stroej na estestveniya ezik (Natural Language Structure)Kompyutarna lingvistika, vol.2 Sofia 2015

Maria Stambolieva. The Scope of Subcategorisation in Bulgarian and English. In: Globalisierung, Interkulturelle kommunikation und Sprache.(393-406) Peter Lang, 2014.

M. Stambolieva (ed.) Kompjutarna lingvistika. (Computational Linguistics, in Bulgarian)ANABELA, Sofia, 2012.

M. Stambolieva. The Symbol S in Linguistic Description. Yearbook of the Department 'Foreign Languages and Literatures', New Bulgarian University, 2011.

M. Stambolieva. Building up Aspect. Peter Lang, Oxford, 2008.

M. Stambolieva, P. Doshkov. Tri etapa v razvitieto na transformacionnata gramatika (Three Stages in the Deleopmnet of Transformational grammar, in Bulgarian). South-Western University 'Neofit Rilski', Blagoevgrad, 1991.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Building Up Aspect
Courses Taught: English Morphology
English Syntax
Computers in Translation
Modern English Language
Business English
Dissertation Director * of: Repetitions of Word Forms in Texts - An Approach to Establishing Text Structure
(Elena Tarasheva, Author)
Reviewer of: The Oxford Handbook of Tense and Aspect (LL Issue 23.4801)
To be or not to be? The Verbum Substantivum from Synchronic, Diachronic and Typological Perspectives (LL Issue 27.4340)

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.

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