Deutsch Intern
Chair of Comparative Philology

Natalie Korobzow, M.A.

Project staff

Tel.: +49 931 31-88642
Oswald-Külpe-Weg 84
97074 Würzburg

Research interests

Morphosyntactic change
Indo-European, Semitic and Mayan languages
Ancient American Studies and the Mesoamerican Area

Dissertation topic

“Ergativity and split ergativity in Mayan languages: A contribution to a diachronic typology of alignment” (Universität zu Köln)

Current research project

VedaWeb 2.0 : Erweiterung der Open-Access-Plattform für den Rigveda; Ergänzung von Atharvaveda und weitere Lexika der Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries


Fries, Simon & Natalie Korobzow. 2024. On the dating of sound changes and its implications for language relationship
The case of Proto-Yeniseian *p- > Ket h-, Yugh f-. Diachronica: Online-First Articles. 

Halfmann, Jakob, Svenja Bonmann, Simon Fries & Natalie Korobzow. 2023. A New Reading of the Bactrian Part of the Dašt-i Nāwur Trilingual (DN I). Indo-Iranian Journal 67(1): 5-51. DOI: 10.1163/15728536-06701005.

Bonmann, Svenja, Jakob Halfmann, Natalie Korobzow und Bobomulloev Bobomullo. 2023. "A Partial Decipherment of the Unknown Kushan Script". Transactions of the Philological Society 00 (2023): 1–37. DOI: 10.1111/1467-968X.12269.

Bonmann, Svenja, Simon Fries, Natalie Korobzow, Laura Günther und Eugen Hill. 2023. "Towards a New Reconstruction of the Proto-Yeniseian Sound System. Part I: Word-Initial Consonants." International Journal of Eurasian Linguistics.