Natalya Stolova

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Natalya Stolova

Associate Professor of Spanish

Department/Office Information

Romance Languages
219C Lawrence Hall


  • BA, Clark University, 1996
  • MA, University of Pennsylvania, 1998
  • PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 2003

TA/lecturer, University of Pennsylvania, 1996-2003

Spanish and Romance Philosophy; Spanish dialectology; Spanish medieval literature

Spanish historical morpho-syntax in comparison with that of other Romance languages; Haber and ser in Old Spanish compound tenses; Spanish semantic fields; Spanish periphrastic constructions and grammaticalization theory

Review of Las gramáticas misioneras de tradición hispánica (sig los XVI - XVII) Ed. Otto Zwartjes. (Hispanic Review, Winter 2002); "The Theme of Language in Cantos XV and XXXI of Dante's Inferno" (University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Romance Languages and Literatures 1998-1999)

Assistant to the editors, Hispanic Review, Department of Romance Languages, University of Pennsylvania 1998-2002

Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship; University Fellowship; Andrew W. Mellon Summer Research Award; Theodore and Phyllis Barbera Award for Excellence in Spanish