Smirnova, A., Laranetto, H., & Kolenda, N. (2017). Ideology through sentiment analysis: A changing perspective on Russia and Islam in NYT. Discourse & Communication. DOI :10.1177/1750481317699347.
Smirnova, A., & Iliev, R. (2016). Political and linguistic identities in an ethnic conflict. Journal of Language and Social Psychology. doi: 10.1177/0261927X16643559.
Smirnova, A. (2015). Aligning language to ideology: A socio-semantic analysis of communist and democratic mass media language in Bulgaria. Journal of Language and Politics, 14(2), 205-232. doi: 10.1075/jlp.14.2.02smi.
Iliev, R., & Smirnova, A. (2016). Revealing word order: Using serial position in binomials to predict properties of the speaker. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 45(2), 205-235. doi: 10.1007/s10936-014-9341-3.
Smirnova, A. (2015). Nominalization in English: Semantic restrictions on argument realization. Linguistic inquiry 46(3), 568 – 579. doi: 10.1162/LING_a_00193.
Smirnova, A. (2015). The ‘feel like’ construction in Russian and its kin: Implications for the structure of the lexicon. Journal of Linguistics, 51(01), 107-145. doi: 10.1017/S0022226714000231.
Smirnova, A. (2013). Evidentiality in Bulgarian: Temporality, epistemic modality, and information source. Journal of Semantics, 30(4), 479-532. doi:10.1093/jos/ffs017.
Papers in Conference Proceedings
Smirnova, A. (2015). Understanding deverbal nominals: World knowledge or lexical semantics? Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2224 – 2229.
Smirnova, A., & Iliev, R. (2014). Evidentiality in language and cognition: The view from Construal Level Theory. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2943 – 2948.
Smirnova, A. 2017. World knowledge is not enough: Semantic role interpretation in deverbal nominals. CSLI Workshop: Bridging computational and psycholinguistic approaches to the study of meaning. Stanford University, February 17-18.
Smirnova, A. 2016. Evidentiality in abductive reasoning. California Semantics and Pragmatics (CUPS) 9, University of California, Santa Cruz. October 21-22.