“Pleika”: The cryptic language of “Kravarites” traditional Greek tailors
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory (MGDLT5).
Proceedings of the 8th Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM8)
Proceedings of the 7th Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM7)
Στου Αμπελιώνε τσι Φουρκάδες ή ο γάμος παέι αμόντε
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory.
Proceedings of the 1st Patras International Conference of Graduate Students in Linguistics.
Proceedings of the 6th Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM6)
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory.
Proceedings of the 1st Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM1).
Patras Working Papers in Greek Linguistics (Morphology and language contact: Modern Greek dialects in contact with Turkish and Italian)
University of Patras, LMGD, Patras 2013.
Τhe research has been co-financed by the European Union (European Social Fund – ESF) and National Resources under the "ARISTEIA" Action of the "OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME EDUCATION AND LIFELONG LEARNING".
Patras Working Papers in Greek Linguistics (The dialect of Megara)
University of Patras, LMGD, Patras 2011.
During the period January 2009-December 2010, the Research Team of the Laboratory of Modern Greek Dialects, (LMGD, University of Patras) has conducted a research on the dialect of Megara, funded by the research project ‘From the Dialect of Megara to the dialect of Old Athenian’ (project code: C612, Leventis Foundation. Coordinator: Prof. A. Ralli). The thematic volume of Patras Working Papers constitutes a special collection of papers, which reflects the results of this research project.
Patras Working Papers in Greek Linguistics (Special Issue: Morphology)
University of Patras, LMGD, Patras 2009.
The first volume of PWPL is dedicated to Morphology, and exhibits the results of research, which has been carried out within the framework of the graduate program of Comparative Linguistics and Language Variation, in the period 2006-2008. Most papers concentrate on Greek, but there is also a paper on Bulgarian. The description and analysis of data illuminate recent and older stages of the language, its computational treatment and aspects of its dialectal variation. The topics of this volume are hot issues for morphological theory: the demarcation of compounding and prefixation, the role of constraints in compound formation, the development of coordinate compounds, neoclassical compounding, evaluative morphology, agentive suffixation, and borderline cases between morphology and syntax.