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CentersComputational and applied linguistic research center

Assoc. Prof. Maria Stambolieva, PhD

Assoc. Prof. Maria Stambolieva, PhD

 

 Academic Rank: Assoc. Prof.

 

 Scientific Degree: Doctor

 

 

 e-mail: mstambolieva@nbu.bg

 

 

Books:  

 

Natural language construction. Paradigm, Sofia 2017 (151 pp.)

English 2. English for Bulgarians. Grammar, 2016 (352 pp.)

English 1. English for Bulgarians. Grammar, 2016 (415 p.)

Computational Linguistics: Problems and Perspectives. book. 1 (compiler, editor, co-author). ANABELLA. Sofia, 2012. ISSN1314-6823 (222 pp.)

Building Up Aspect (A Study of Aspect and Related Categories in Bulgarian, with Parallels in English and French).Contemporary Studies in Descriptive Linguistics, vol.6, Graeme Davis & Karl A. Bernhardt (eds.) Peter Lang, Oxford, 2008 (243 pp.)

Three stages in the development of transformational grammar. / in collaboration with P. Doshkov /. Blagoevgrad 1991. () TO BE and AM in the Structure of English and Bulgarian - doctoral dissertation, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski ”1987. (250 pp.)  

 

Articles:

 

  1. Maria Stambolieva. Le Vieux Bulgare. Cc. Philology. St. Kliment Ohridski University Publishing House (under seal)
  2. Maria Stambolieva. On the Freedom of Morphemes. In: The Language at Close - A Collection in Honor of Hristo Stamenov. University Publishing House "St. Kliment Ohridski ”, Sofia, 2018, pp. 151-156.
  3. Maria Stambolieva. If Saussure was a generativist. Sat. "One Hundred Years of the Course of Ferdinand de Saussure", NBU Publishing House, Sofia 2017, pp. 59-70.
  4. Maria Stambolieva, Milka Hadjikoteva, Mariya Neykova Valentina Ivanova, Mariyana Raykova. Educational Content Generation for Business and Administration FL Courses with NBU PLT Platform. RANLP 2017.
  5. Maria Stambolieva, Milka Hadjikoteva, Mariya Neykova Valentina Ivanova, Mariyana Raykova. Language Technologies in Teaching Bulgarian at Primary and Secondary School Level: the NBU Language Teaching Platform (PLT)
  6. Stambolieva, M., Milka Hadjikoteva, Mariya Neykova, Valentina Ivanova, Mariyana Raykova. The NBU E-Platform in Foreign Languages ​​for Specific Purposes. 11th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education in Computer Science. 2017.
  7. Maria Stambolieva. Language technologies to support specialized foreign language learning. Cc. Foreign Language Training “Issue 1 2017
  8. Maria Stambolieva. Bulgarian-Iranian linguistic parallels. Sat. Bulgarica iranica. Bulgarian Eternity 115, Sofia 2016, pp. 216-29.
  9. Maria Stambolieva. Michail L. Kotin, Richard J. Whitt (eds.): To Be or Not to Be? The Verbum Substantivum from Synchronic, Diachronic and Typological Perspectives. (Review) LINGUIST List, 2016. http://linguistlist.org/issues/27/27-4340.html
  10. Maria Stambolieva. Where Google Fails. English Studies at NBU, 2015, Vol. 1, Issue 2, p. 115-32. http://www.esnbu.org/data/files/2015/2015-2-8-stambolieva-pp115-132.pdf
  11. Maria Stambolieva. The Scope of Subcategorization in Bulgarian and English. Globalisierung, Interkulturelle Communication and Sprache, Band 33, Peter Lang GmbH, Frankfurt am Main 2014.
  12. Maria Stambolieva, Dimitar Dragostinov. The NBU Linguist's Workbench. Proceedings of the 10th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education in Computer Science. Petya Assenova, Vijay Kanabar (eds.) New Bulgarian University, Hochschule Fulda University of Applied Science, Boston University, 2014, 259-266.https: //www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail? Id = 469772
  13. Maria Stambolieva. About Slavic and Non-Slavic in Bulgarian. Sat. Bulgarian Home. Bulgarian Eternity, Sofia, 2013, pp. 260-73.