Curriculum Vitae

Work Experience

Date(s) 
Occupation / position held
Name of employer

November 2020→
Professor (Lexicography)
Ilia State University
School of Arts and Sciences

Date(s) 
Occupation / position held
Name of employer
December 2020→
Research Director of the Centre for Lexicography and Language Technologies
Ilia State University
Date(s) 
Occupation / position held
Name of employer
1995→2020
Research Director of the Lexicographic Centre
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Date(s) 
Occupation / position held
Name of employer
2014→2020
Professor
Department of English Philology,
Institute of European Languages and Literature,
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Date(s) 
Occupation / position held
Name of employer
2006-2014
Associate Professor
Department of English Philology,
Institute of European Languages and Literature,
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Date(s) 
Occupation / position held
Name of employer
1995→
Research Director of Lexicographic Centre
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Date(s) 
Occupation / position held
Name of employer
1993-2005
Docent
Chair of English Philology,
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Date(s) 
Occupation / position held
Name of employer
1987-1993
Senior Research Worker
Chair of English Philology,
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Education

Dates
Name and type of organisation providing
education
1978-1981
PhD, Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, post-graduate courses at the Chair of English Philology
Dates
Name and type of organisation providing
education
1972-1977
BA, MA, Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Department of English Philology 

     
Conferences (last 5 years):

  • Margalitadze, Z. Pourtskhvanidze. ‘The Statistic-Based Mapping of the Distribution of Data
    Structure in a Parallel Corpus’. International Conference Languages in the Digital Age,
    organized by State Language Department of Georgia, Centre for Language Technologies
    Tilde, under the patronage of the President of Georgia. October 2021.
    http://enadep.gov.ge/uploads/Program_7_8_October_KA.pdf

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Definitions of the Oxford English Dictionary and Explanatory Combinatorial Dictionary of I. Mel’čuk’. XIX International Congress of EURALEX Lexicography for Inclusion. Greece, 2021.
    https://euralex2020.gr/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/EURALEX2020_BookOfAbstracts-Preview-1.pdf

  • T. Margalitadze, Z. Pourtskhvanidze. ‘Effectiveness of High Quality Lexicographic Data for the Development of English-Georgian / Georgian-English Machine Translation Program’. International Conference Language and Modern Technologies V - Issues of Historical and Etymological Lexicography, organized by TSU Arnold Chikobava Institute of Linguistics, Sokhumi State University, State Language Department of Georgia, Circassian (Adyghean) Culture Center. December 2019.

  • T. Margalitadze, M. Odzeli, M. Makhatadze, S. Tchighladze, T. Laluashvili. ‘Marjory Wardrop’s English-Georgian Dictionary and the vocabulary of Man in the Panther’s Skin’. Conference Marjory Wardrop – 150, dedicated to the 150th anniversary of M. Wardrop’s birth. Organizers: TSU Lexicographic Centre, Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia. December, 2019.

  • T. Margalitadze, Z. Pourtskhvanidze. ‘The Georgian Language in AI-based Translation Models: Cooperation of Lexicographers and NLP specialists’. International conference Lexicography at a Crossroads, organized by TSU Lexicographic Centre and Consortium of European Master in Lexicography (EMLEX). October, 2019.
    https://margaliti.com/emlexweb.pdf

  • T. Margalitadze, G. Meladze. ‘Dictionaries as Tools in Educational Resources (A Web-Based Chrestomathy of Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Written Records)’. International conference Lexicography at a Crossroads, organized by TSU Lexicographic Centre and Consortium of European Master in Lexicography (EMLEX). October, 2019.
    https://margaliti.com/emlexweb.pdf

  • T. Margalitadze, G. Meladze. ‘Online Chrestomathy of Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Written Records’. International conference dedicated to Rasmus Rask Ideology and Linguistic Ideas. Organizers: G. Akhvlediani Society for the History of Linguistics, TSU, State Language Department, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, St. Petersburg State University. September, 2019.

  • T. Margalitadze, M. Odzeli. ‘An Interesting Page in the History of English-Georgian Lexicography’. International conference dedicated to Rasmus Rask Ideology and Linguistic Ideas. Organizers: G. Akhvlediani Society for the History of Linguistics, TSU, State Language Department, Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, St. Petersburg State University. September, 2019.

  • T. Margalitadzeთ. ‘Towards the Structure of Terminological Entry’. Conference Scientific Terminology – VI, organized by Arn Chikobava Institute of Linguistics. June, 2019.

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Towards Issues of Terminological Policy in Georgia’ (Plenary lecture). International conference Humanities in the Information Society - III. Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University. November, 2018.

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Language and Ecology of Culture’ (Plenary lecture). International conference East european multicultural Space. Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University. October, 2018.

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘New Platform for Georgian Online Terminological Dictionaries and Multilingual Dictionary Management System’. Proceedings of XVIII EURALEX International Congress. Ljubljana, Slovenia. July, 2018. https://euralex2018.cjvt.si/programme/congress-programme/

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Dictionary of Barbarisms: the Georgian Case’. International conference New Words and Linguistic Purism. Innsbruck University, Austria. October, 2018. https://www.uibk.ac.at/congress/nwlp/book-of-abstracts-update_23.10.2018.pdf
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘Once again why lexicography is science’ (Plenary lecture). 22nd International Conference of AFRILEX. Multilingualism and Transformation in the Knowledge Age. Rhodes University, Grahamstown, Republic of South Africa. June, 2017. http://www.clasa2017.co.za/speakers
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘Lexicography – great challenge for constant developing’. Regional Afrilex Workshop. University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, Republic of South Africa. June, 2017.
  • Margalitadze, Tinatin & Meladze, George (2016). ‘Importance of the Issue of Partial Equivalence for Bilingual Lexicography and Language Teaching. XVII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography and Linguistic Diversity. Tbilisi: Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University.  http://euralex2016.ge/workshops/programme.pdf
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘Problems of Modern Georgian Bilingual Lexicography’. International Congress ‘Problems and Prospects of Kartvelology’ organized by Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Patriarchate of Georgia and Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2015.
  • T. Margalitadze, I. Ormotsadze, ‘The Platform of English-Georgian Parallel Corpus of Scientific Texts and Specialized Lexicography’. International Conference ‘Language and Modern Technologies’ organized by Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main and Arn. Chikobava Institute of Linguistics. Tbilisi, 2015.
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘The Comprehensive English-Georgian Online Dictionary and Translation of Shakespeare into Georgian’. International conference ‘Shakespeare 450’, organized by Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2014.
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘Interpretation of Polysemy in some Georgian Translations of Byron’s Poems (from a lexicographer’s perspective). The 40th International Byron Conference ‘Byron Original and Translated’, organized by Byron Society of Georgia and Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2014.
  • T. Margalitadze,European-Georgian Parallel Corpora for Georgian Lexicography and Translatology’. International Conference ‘Literary Translation – a Meeting Place for Nations and Literatures’, dedicated to the 100 anniversary of a translator, poet and theoretician of literary translation Givi Gachechiladze, organized by Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2014.
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘Some Methodological Issues of Compilation of New European-Georgian Academic Dictionaries’. International Conference ‘Humanities in the Information Society - II’, organized by Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University. Batumi, 2014.
  • T. Margalitadze, G. Kerechashvili, ‘English-Georgian Parallel Corpus of Scientific Texts’. International Conference ‘Georgian Language and Modern Technologies – III’, organized by Arn. Chikobava Institute of Linguistics and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation. Tbilisi, 2013.
    http://www.ice.ge/symposium/symp_2013_3/geo_symp.html

  • T. Margalitadze, G. Kerechashvili, ‘Software Platform for Electronic Georgian Bilingual Dictionaries’. International Conference ‘Georgian Language and Modern Technologies – III’, organized by Arn. Chikobava Institute of Linguistics and Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation. Tbilisi, 2013.
    http://www.ice.ge/symposium/symp_2013_3/geo_symp.html

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Is Lexicography Science?’. International Conference ‘Modern Interdisciplinarism and Humanitarian Thinking’, organized by Kutaisi State University. Kutaisi, 2013

  • T. Margalitadze, G. Keretchashvili. ‘From DOC Files to a Modern Online Dictionary’. International Conference Electronic lexicography in the 21st century: thinking outside the paper.Talinn, 2013.  http://eki.ee/elex2013

  • T. Margalitadze, ‘Lexicographic Centre at Tbilisi State University: History, Projects, Modern Technologies’. ‘The Georgian Language - Challenges of the 21st century’. Conference organized by the Parliament of Georgia. Kutaisi, 2013.
  • T. Margalitadze, G. Meladze, ‘Problems and Difficulties Associated with Working on Bilingual Specialized Dictionaries’. ‘Terminology - the Future of the Georgian Language’. Conference organized by Arn. Chikobava Institute of Linguistics. Tbilisi, 2013.
    http://www.ice.ge/batumi/terminologia-2013.pdf
  • T. Margalitadze, G. Meladze, ‘The Comprehensive English-Georgian Dictionary as a Basis for Bilingual European-Georgian Dictionaries’. Batumi II International Symposium in Lexicography. Batumi, 2012.
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘Treatment of Equivalence in the Comprehensive English-Georgian Dictionary’. Batumi II International Symposium in Lexicography. Batumi, 2012.
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘The Comprehensive English-Georgian Online Dictionary:
    Methods, Principles, Modern Technologies’. XV EURALEX International Congress.
    University of Oslo, Norway, 2012. http://euralex.org/category/publications/euralex-oslo-2012/

  • T. Margalitadze, ‘The Comprehensive English-Georgian Dictionary as an Electronic Corpus’. International Conference ‘The Georgian Language and Modern Technologies’, organized by National Parliamentary Library of Georgia and Arn. Chikobava Institute of Linguistics. Tbilisi, 2011.
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘Prospects of Development of Bilingual Lexicography of the Georgian Language in Respect to Romance Languages at Tbilisi State University’. International Conference ‘Linguistics, Literature, Didactics - Modern Approaches and Strategies’, organized by National Parliamentary Library of Georgia and Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2011.
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘One-dimensional Model of Polysemantic Word’. Batumi I International Symposium in Lexicography. Batumi, 2010.
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘History of English-Georgian Lexicography in Georgia. Setting up a New Tradition’. Batumi International Conference ‘Humanities in the Information Society’. Batumi, 2009.

Organized events:

  • Marjory Wardrop - 150. Conference dedicated to the 150th anniversary of M. Wardrop’s birth, organized together with Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia. Tbilisi, 2019.

  • Lexicography at a Crossroads. International conference organized together with the Consortium of European Master in lexicography (EMLEX). Tbilisi, 2019.
    https://margaliti.com/emlexweb.pdf

  • English Philology: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. Conference dedicated to the 100th anniversary of professor Mary Iankoshvili’s Birth, organized together with Departments of English Philology and Translation Studies of TSU. Tbilisi, 2018.

  • Batumi I International Symposium in Lexicography. Organized together with Arn. Chikobava Institute of Linguistics and Batumi State University. Batumi, 2010.

  • Batumi II International Symposium in Lexicography. Organized together with Arn. Chikobava Institute of Linguistics, Shota Rustaveli national Science Foundation and Batumi State University. Batumi, 2012.

  • XVII EURALEX International Congress. September, 2016. https://euralex2016.ge

 

Grant Projects

  • ‘Online Reader of Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Written Records with Dictionaries and Grammar Reference Sources’. (T. Margalitadze – editor of dictionaries and principal investigator). Grant provided by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.

  • ‘English-Russian-Georgian Technical Online Dictionary’. 2014-2016 (T. Margalitadze - editor and principal investigator). Grant provided by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.
  • ‘English-Georgian Biology Online Dictionary’. 2012-2014 (T. Margalitadze - editor and principal investigator). Grant provided by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.

  • ‘Batumi II International Symposium in Lexicography’. 2012. (T. Margalitadze - principal investigator). Grant provided by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation.

  • ‘XV EURALEX International Congress’. Oslo, Norway. 2012. (Travel grant for T. Margalitadze, provided by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation).

  • ‘Georgian as a Foreign Language’. 2010. (T. Margalitadze – editor of a dictionary). Grant provided by Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia.

  • ‘English-Georgian Military Dictionary’. 2009. (T. Margalitadze - editor and principal investigator). Grant provided by Ministry of Defence of Georgia.

  • ‘A Comprehensive Georgian-English Dictionary (D. Rayfield editor in chief)’. 2001 – 2006. (T. Margalitadze - Member of the Editorial Board). Grant provided by Arts and Humanities Research Council for England and Wales, Great Britain.

Publications:
Lexicographic Publications

  1. print publications and dictionaries:
  • T. Margalitadze. Introduction to Lexicography. Ilia State University Publishing. Tbilisi, 2021

  • T. Margalitadze, S. Tchighladze. Unknown Pages of English-Georgian Lexicography. Ilia State University Publishing. Tbilisi, 2021

  • T. Margalitadze, M. Odzeli. English-Georgian Dictionary by Marjory Wardrop. TSU Lexicographic Centre. TSU University Press. Tbilisi, 2019. ISBN 978-9941-13-903-1.

  • T. Margalitadze (editor), G. Meladze, G. Khundadze, Sh. Apridonidze, N. Kvernadze, Kh. Gurieli. English-Georgian Learner’s Dictionary  (30 000 entries). TSU Lexicographic Centre. Tbilisi, 2019. ISBN 978-9941-30-509-2.

  • Margalitadze, Tinatin & Meladze, George (eds.), 2016. Proceedings of the XVII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography and Linguistic Diversity. Tbilisi: Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. http://euralex.org/category/publications/euralex-2016/

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (Editor-in-chief), Giorgi Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. XIV volume, Letter P, 270 pp.
    Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2012.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (Editor-in-chief), Giorgi Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. XIII volume, letter O, 125 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2008.

  • Donald Rayfield (editor-in-chief), Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze, Laurence Broers, Tinatin Margalitadze, Rusudan Amirejibi. ‘A Comprehensive Georgian-English Dictionary’ (140 000 entries) in two volumes, 1730 pp. Garnett Press, London 2006.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. XII volume, letter N, 100 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2006.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. XI volume, letter M, 150 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2003.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. X volume, letters J,K,L, 190 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2001.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. IX volume, letter I, 160 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 1999.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. VIII volume, letter H, 160 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 1998.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. VII volume, letter G, 145 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 1998.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. VI volume, letter F, 170 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 1997.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. V volume, letter E, 130 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 1997.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. IV volume, letter D, 180 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 1996.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. III volume, letter C, 260 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 1996.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. II volume, letter B, 180 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 1996.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘English-Georgian Dictionary’. I volume, letter A, 160 pp. Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 1995.

b.  Online Dictionaries:

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Shukia Apridonidze, Natia Kvernadze, Kh. Gurieli. ‘English-Georgian Learner’s Dictionary’ (30 000 entries). Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2020.   https://learners.dict.ge

  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor-in-chief), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze, Ariane Chanturia, Shukia Apridonidze. ‘A Comprehensive English-Georgian Online Dictionary’ (110 000 entries). Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2010.   www.dictionary.ge  www.dict.ge
  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze. ‘English-Georgian Military Online Dictionary’ (10 000 entries). Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2009.  http://mil.dict.ge
  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor), Nino Porakishvili (editor), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze. ‘English-Georgian Biology Online Dictionary’ (23 000 entries). Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2013.  http://bio.dict.ge
  • Tinatin Margalitadze (editor), George Meladze, Gela Khundadze. ‘English-Russian-Georgian Technical Online Dictionary’ (18 000 entries). Lexicographic Centre, Tbilisi State University. Tbilisi, 2016.  http://tech.dict.ge

c. Electronic Corpora

  • English-Georgian Parallel Corpus. Centre for Lexicography and Language Technologies. Ilia State University.  http://corp.dict.ge

d. Online Chrestomathy

  • Online Reader of Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Written Records with Dictionaries and Grammar Reference Sources. TSU Lexicographic Centre. Tbilisi, 2015.  http://germanic.ge

e. Electronic Courses of Lectures for Students:

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Introduction to Lexicography’ (electronic course of lectures for BA students). Ilia State University. www.margaliti.com. 2020.

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Introduction to Indo-European Philology’ (electronic course of lectures for BA students). Ilia State University. www.margaliti.com. 2020.

 f. Articles related to Lexicography (last 10 years):

  • T. Margalitadze, G. Meladze. ‘Lexicography in Georgia’. In: The Issues of KartvelianStudies. Publisher: Vernon Press, 2021 (to appear).
  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Language and Ecology of Culture’. Lexicographica  (International annual for lexicography),  № 36. Publisher: De Gruyter, 2020.
    https://doi.org/10.1515/lex-2020-0012
  • T. Margalitadze, G. Meladze. ‘The Lexicographic and Lexicological Aspects of a Web- Based Chrestomathy of Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Written Records’. Lexikos(Journal of the African Association for lexicography - AFRILEX), № 29, 2019. ISSN 2224-0039 (online). DOI: https://doi.org/10.5788/29-1-1513
  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Once Again Why Lexicography is Science’. Lexikos(Journal of the African Association for lexicography - AFRILEX), № 28, 2018. ISSN 2224-0039 (online). DOI: https://doi.org/10.5788/28-1-1464

  • T. Margalitadze (local partner), group of authors. ‘The image of the monolingual dictionary across Europe: Results of the European survey of dictionary use and culture’. International Journal of  Lexicography, vol. 32, Issue 1, 2018, გვ. 92–114.  Oxford: Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/ijl/ecy022.

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘Towards Terminological Policy in Georgia’. Proceedings of the International conference Humanities in the Information Society III. Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University Publishing House, 2019. ISSN 1987-7625.  ISBN 978-9941-462-86-3

  • T. Margalitadze. ‘New Platform for Georgian Online Terminological Dictionaries and Multilingual Dictionary Management System’. Proceedings of XVIII EURALEX International Congress. Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2018. https://euralex.org/wp-content/themes/euralex/proceedings/Euralex%202018/118-4-2995-1-10-20180820.pdf
  • Tinatin Margalitadze. ‘Does Georgian Need Anglicization?’. Matsne. Tbilisi: Georgian National Academy of Sciences Press, 2018.
  • Tinatin Margalitadze. ‘Interpretation of Polysemy in some Georgian Translations of Byron’s poems from a Lexicographer’s Perspective’. Byron Original and Translated. Proceedings of the 40th International Byron Conference. Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 2017.
  • Margalitadze, Tinatin & Meladze, George (eds.), 2016. Proceedings of the XVII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography and Linguistic Diversity. Tbilisi: Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. http://euralex.org/category/publications/euralex-2016/

  • Margalitadze, Tinatin & Meladze, George (2016). ‘Importance of the Issue of Partial Equivalence for Bilingual Lexicography and Language Teaching. Margalitadze, Tinatin & Meladze, George (eds.). Proceedings of the XVII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography and Linguistic Diversity. Tbilisi: Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University.  http://euralex.org/publications/importance-of-the-issue-of-partial-equivalence-for-bilingual-lexicography-and-language-teaching/

  • Tinatin Margalitadze. ‘The Comprehensive English-Georgian Online Dictionary and Translation of Shakespeare into Georgian’. Proceedings of the International conference ‘Shakespeare 450’. Publishing House ‘Universal’, Tbilisi 2015, pp. 137 - 148.
  • Tinatin Margalitadze. ‘Some Methodological Issues of Compilation of New European-Georgian Academic Dictionaries’. Proceedings of the International Conference ‘Humanities in the Information Society - II’. Batumi University Press. Batumi, 2014, pp. 308 - 313.
  • Tinatin Margalitadze, M. Odzeli. ‘Lexicographic Activity of Marjory Wardrop’. The Kartvelologist. Journal of Georgian Studies. Tbilisi State University 2014.
  • T. Margalitadze, ‘Lexicographic Centre at Tbilisi State University: History, Projects, Modern Technologies’. Proceedings of the Conference ‘The Georgian Language - Challenges of the 21st century’, organized by the Parliament of Georgia. 2013
  • Tinatin Margalitadze. ‘English-Georgian Lexicography’. The Kartvelologist. Journal of Georgian Studies. Tbilisi State University 2013.
  • Tinatin Margalitadze, George Keretchashvili. ‘From DOC Files to a Modern Online Dictionary’. Kosem, I., Kallas, J., Gantar, P., Krek, S., Langemets, M., Tuulik, M. (eds.) 2013. Electronic lexicography in the 21st century: thinking outside the paper. Proceedings of the eLex 2013 conference, 17-19 October 2013, Tallinn, Estonia. Ljubljana/Tallinn: Trojina, Institute for Applied Slovene Studies/Eesti Keele Instituut. http://eki.ee/elex2013

  • Tinatin Margalitadze. ‘Is Lexicography Science?’. Proceedings of the International Conference ‘Modern Interdisciplinarism and Humanitarian Thinking’. Kutaisi State University, Kutaisi, 2013.

  • Tinatin Margalitadze, Giorgi Meladze. ‘The Comprehensive English-Georgian Dictionary as a Basis for Bilingual European-Georgian Dictionaries’.
    Electronic Bilingual Journal ‘Spekali’. Tbilisi State University. 2013  http://www.spekali.tsu.ge/index.php/en/article/viewArticle/7/62/
  • Tinatin Margalitadze. ‘Centre for Bilingual Lexicography at Tbilisi State University, Georgia. Projects, Methods, History’. Proceedings of the XIV EURALEX  International Congress. Fryske Akademy. Leeuwarden, Netherlands, 2010.
    http://www.euralex.org/proceedings-toc/euralex_2010/
  • T. Margalitadze. ‘History of English-Georgian Lexicography in Georgia. Setting up a New Tradition’. Proceedings of Batumi International Conference "Humanities in the Information Society". Batumi University Press. Batumi, 2009.

 


Tinatin Margalitadze – Professor of Lexicography at the Institute of Western European Languages and Literature (Department of English Philology), Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
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