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The focus of Dr. Ivanova-Sullivan’s research is Slavic linguistics, particularly morphosyntax and semantics. She has worked on Russian, Bulgarian, and Macedonian from both synchronic and diachronic perspectives. The latter approach is featured in her dissertation on the translation principles in 14th-century Church Slavonic manuscripts translated from Greek (The Ohio State University, 2005). She has published in such venues as Annuaire de L’Universite de Sofia, Ohio State Working Papers in Slavic Studies, Fordham Series in Medieval Studies, Heritage Language Journal, and others.
2005, Ph.D., in Slavic Linguistics, the Ohio State University
Lexical Variation in the Slavonic Thekara Texts:
Semantic and Pragmatic Factors in Medieval Translation Praxis,
Directed by Professor Daniel Collins.
1999, M.A,, in Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
1997, M.A., in Bulgarian Philology, Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria
1996, B.A., in Bulgarian Philology, Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria