Scientific dissemination: Papers and Workshops

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Conference Presentations & Publications 


The members of the research teams will present their work in internationally recognized scientific journals and conferences (e.g. American Historical Association; Modern Greek Studies Association, International Conference of Greek Linguistics, various conferences on contact linguistics).

The following talks have already been approved for presentation in peer reviewed conferences:

 

 • SLE 2017

Makri, V., Ralli, A. & V. Mouchtouri (2017) Loan noun integration in immigrant speech: the case of Greek-Canadian. Oral presentation at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (10-13 September 2017), University of Zurich, Switzerland.

 

 • ICLC 8

Ralli, A., Makri, V. & V. Mouchtouri (2017) Immigrant speech: Investigating the mechanisms of integration and gender assignment in Greek-Canadian. Oral presentation at the International Contrastive Linguistics Conference 8 (25-28 May 2017), National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.

 

 • ICGL 13

Ralli, A., Makri, V. & V. Mouchtouri (2017) Investigating loanword integration in immigrant speech: the case of Greek-Canadian. Oral presentation at the 13th International Conference on Greek Linguistics (7-9th September 2017), University of Westminster, England.

 

Organisation of workshops and seminars


An honours and graduate student research seminar will be held at McGill and York Universities with students actively working on the archival data collection, thus participating in the collective project while pursuing their individual research.

 

Ph.D Dissertation


A Ph.D  Dissertation on contact issues involving Greek and English will be carried out by Vasiliki Mouchtouri, a Ph.D student at the Department of Philology of the University of Patras, under the supervision of Prof. Angela Ralli.

The ImmiGreC project is sponsored by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.

McGill University: Modern Greek Studies

University of Patras: Laboratory of Modern Greek Dialects (LMGD)

York University: Modern Greek Studies

Simon Fraser University: Department of Linguistics