Informazioni sull’Insegnamento
Ciclo / Livello di Studi1. Corso di Laurea
Semestre di InsegnamentoWinter/Spring
Course ID600007498

Programma di Studio: 2018-2019

Registered students: 0
IndirizzoTipo di FrequenzaSemestreAnnoECTS
KORMOSFacoltativo a scelta liberaWinter/Spring-6

Informazioni sull’Insegnamento
Anno Accademico2016 – 2017
Faculty Instructors
Weekly Hours3
Total Hours39
Class ID
Course Type 2016-2020
  • Introduttivo
  • Area Scientifica
Organizzazione della Didattica
  • In presenza
Materiali Online
The course is also offered to exchange programme students.
Language of Instruction
  • Inglese (Insegnamento, Esame)
Required Courses
Abilita’ Generali
  • Applicazione pratica delle conoscenze acquisite
  • Ricerca, analisi e raccolta dati e informazioni, con l’utilizzo di tecnologie adeguate
  • Adattamento a nuove situazioni
  • Presa di decisione
  • Lavoro autonomo
  • Lavoro in gruppo
  • Lavoro in contesto internazionale
  • Produzione di nuove idee di ricerca
  • Fare riflessioni critiche e autocritiche
  • Promuovere il pensiero indipendente, creativo e intuitivo
Tipologia di Materiale Didattico
  • Libro
  • Appunti
  • Diapositive
  • Podcast
  • Esercizi interattivi
Organizzazione dell’Insegnamento
ActivitiesCarico di LavoroECTSIndividualeGruppoErasmus
Esercitazione pratica nel Settore
Progetto (project)
Elaborazione tesina/tesine
Student Assessment
Student Assessment methods
  • Prova scritta con rispote aperte (Formativa)
Course Bibliography (Eudoxus)
Course textbook, "Linguistic Morphology" Elizabeth Mela-Athanasopoulou, University Studio Press, Thessaloniki 2007
Additional bibliography for study
Aikhenvald, S. (2007). Typological distinctions in word formation. In T. Shopen (Ed.), Language Typology and Syntactic Description, volume III: Grammatical categories and the lexicon (2n ed) (pp. 1-65). Cambridge: CUP. Anastasiadi-Simeonidi, Anna, Angela Ralli &Despin Chila-Markopoulou. 2003. To genos. Patakis, Athina. Aronoff, Mark. 1998. Gender agreement as morphology. In: The Proceedings of the First Mediterranean Conference of Morphology, Eds. Booij, G., A. Ralli, S. Scalise, University of Patras. pp. 7-18 Bauer, L. (1998). Is there a class of neoclassical compounds, and if so is it productive? Linguistics, 36. 403-422. Bauer, L. (2001). Compounding. In M. Haspelmath, E. Konig, W. Oesterreicher, & W. Raible (Eds.) Language typology and language universals (pp. 695-707). Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter. Bauer, L. (2002). What can we do with derivational morphology. Bendjaballah, W. U. Dressier, O.Pfeiffer, & M. D. Voeikova (Eds.), Morphology 2000. Selected papers from the 9th mor¬phology meeting (pp. 37-48). Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Bauer, L. (2005). The borderline between derivation and compounding. In W. Dressier, D. Kastovsky, 0. E. Pfeiffer, & Rainer, F. (Eds.), Morphology and its demarcations (pp. 97-108). Amsterdam. Philadelphia: John Benjamins. – Bauer L. (2006). Compound. In K. Brown (Ed.), Encyclopedia of language and linguistics (II volume, pp. 719-726). Oxford: Elsevier. Booij, G. (2009). Compounding and construction morphology. In R. Lieber, & P. Stekauer (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of compounding (pp. 201—216). OUP McCarthy, A. (1992). Current morphology. London and New York: Routledge. Cleris, Christos & George Babiniotis. 1998. Grammatiki tis Neas Ellinikis. To onoma. Ellinika Grammata. Athina. Colaklides, Peter. 1964. The pattern of Gender in Modern Greek. Linguistics 5: 65-68. University of Athens. Corbett, G. 1991. Gender. CUP, Cambridge. Corbett, G. 1998. Morphology and Agreement, in The Handbook of Morphology, Andrew Spencer and Arnold M. Zwicky eds. Blackwell, Oxford Haspelmath, M. (2002). Understanding morphology. Oxford: OUPress. Himmelmann, N. P. (2004). Lexicalization and grammaticalization: Opposite or orthogonal? In W. Bisang, N. P. Himmelmann, & B. Wiemer (Eds.), What makes grammaticalization? A look from its fringes and its components (pp. 21-42). Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter. Hockett, C.F. 1958. A Course in Modern Linguistics. Macmillan, New York. Jackendoff, R. S. (2002). Foundations of language. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Jurafsky, D. (1996). Universals tendencies in the semantics of the diminutive. Language. 72, 533-578 Mela-Athanasopoulou, Elizabeth. 2002. English loan words in Modern Greek. In Studies in Greek Linguistics 22, p 440-450, Vol 1. Aristotle University, Thessaloniki. Mela-Athanasopoulou, Elizabeth. 2009. The Gender of he English Derived Nominal and the Modern Greek Counterpart. A Morphological Approach. In Greek Research in Australia, Proceedings of the Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies, pp 223-234. Eds. Close Elizabeth el al., Flinders University, Adelaide 2009, Australia. Melissaropoulou Dimitra & Anglea Ralli. 2008. Headedness in diminutive formation: Evidence from Modern Greek and its dialectal variation. In: Academiai Kiado. Acta Linguistica Hungaria – Journal Article. Vol. 55, 183-204. Philippaki-Warburton, Irene, David Holton & Peter A. Mackridge. 2004. Greek: an essential grammar of the modern language. Routledge. Ralli, Angela. 1994. Feature representations and feature-passing operations in Greek nominal inflection. In Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics: p. 19-45. Thessaloniki, English Department, Aristotle University. Ralli, Angela. 2002. The role of morphology in gender determination: Evidence from Modern Greek. Linguistics 40: 519-551 Ralli, Angela. 2003. Morphology on Greek Linguistics: The State of Art, in Journal of Greek Linguistics 4, pp. 77-129. John Benjamins. Ritter, Nancy. 1993. Where’s Gender? In Linguistic inquiry, Vol. 24, 4, p. 795-803, Fall 1993. Roché, Michael. 2000. Gender inversion in Romance derivatives with –arius. In Morphology 2000. Eds. Benjaballah S, Dressler W.U. Pfeiffer O.E and M.D Voeikova. John Benjamins. Pp. 283-291 Sotiropoulos, Dimitri. 1972. Noun Morphology of Modern Demotic Greek. Mouton. Hungary. Triantafyllides, Manolis, 1991. Neoelliniki Grammatiki. Manolis Triantafyllides Institute, Thessaloniki.
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