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Moser Amalia

Professor

Contact

Dept. of Linguistics, School of Philosophy, Room 601, Athens University Campus, GR 157 84 Zografou

e-mail: amoser[at]phil.uoa[dot]gr , Tel.: +30 210 727 7645

Webpage: http://scholar.uoa.gr/amoser/

Curiculum Vitae

Research inetrests

  • Tense, Aspect and Aktionsart
  • The Semantics-Pragmatics Interface
  • Historical Linguistics, Grammaticalization

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • Introduction to Semantics 
  • Modern Greek: Vocabulary, Semantics & Morphology 
  • Introduction to Theoretical Linguistics

Graduate

  • Semantics & Pragmatics 
  • Language Change

Publications

Books

a) Monographs:

  • 1994: Pion ke apopsis tu rimatos [Verbal Aspect and Aktionsart]. Parousia Monographs 30. Athens: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
  • 2005: Apopsi ke xronos stin istoria tis Ellinikis [Aspect and Tense in the History of Greek]. Parousia Monographs 65. Athens: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
  • 2009: Apopsi ke xronos stin istoria tis Ellinikis [Aspect and Tense in the History of Greek]. 2nd edition. Parousia Monographs 79. Athens: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

b) Jointly authored books:

  • 1998: Papaefthymiou-Lytra, Sophia, Panayotis Kontos, Amalia Moser, Ekaterini Bakakou-Orfanou & Despina Chila-Markopoulou,  Syllabus for the Teaching of Greek as a Second Language (Eπίπεδα 1 και 2: Eισαγωγικό και Bασικό). Interdepartmental Programme for the Teaching of Greek as a Second/Foreign Language 1. Athens: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
  • 1998: Theophanopoulou-Kontou, Dimitra, Georgia Katsimali, Amalia Moser, Vasiliki Nikiforidou & Despina Chila-Markopoulou, Themes in Greek Syntax: Theory and Practice. Interdepartmental Programme for the Teaching of Greek as a Foreign Language Series 2. Athens: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
  • 2002: Kontos, Panayiotis, Maria Iakovou, Spyridoula Bella, Amalia Moser & Despina Chila-Markopoulou, Teaching Greek as a Foreign Language: Level 3 (Vantage) Curriculum. Interdepartmental Programme for the Teaching of Greek as a Foreign Language Series 3. Athens: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
  • 2005: Clairis, Christos & George Babiniotis, in collaboration with Amalia Moser, Ekaterini Bakakou-Orfanou & Stavros Skopeteas, Structural-Functional-Communicative Grammar of Modern Greek. Athens: Ellinika Grammata.

c) Edited volumes:

  • 1999: Moser, Amalia (ed.) Greek Linguistics '97: Proceedings of ICGL 3, Athens, September 1997. Athens: Ellinika Grammata.
  • 2008: Moser, Amalia, Ekaterini Bakakou-Orfanou, Christophoros Charalambakis & Despina Chila-Markopoulou (eds.) γλώσσης χάριν: Festschrift for Professor George Babiniotis. Athens: Ellinika Grammata.
  • 2010:  Voskos, Andreas, Dionysis Goutsos & Amalia Moser (eds.), I elliniki glossa stin Kypro apo tin arxaeotita os simera [Greek Language in Cyprus, from Antiquity to the Present Day]. Athens: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

Selected articles (last 5 years)

  • 2017: Aktionsart, aspect and category change in the history of Greed. In: K. Bentein, M. Janse & J. Soltic (eds.) Variation and Change in Ancient Greek Tense, Aspect and Modality. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 131-157.

  • 2016: Tense and aspect after the New Testament. In: Runge, Steven E. & Christopher J. Fresh (eds.) The Greek Verb Revisited: A Fresh Approach for Biblical Exegesis. Bellingham: Lexham Press, 539-562.

  • 2015: Μπέλλα Σπυριδούλα, Μόζερ Αμαλία. Αρνητικές-ερωτηματικές προσκλήσεις: συνέπειες για τη δομή προτίμησης. Στο: Θ.-Σ. Παυλίδου (επιμ.) Ελληνική γλώσσα και προφορική επικοινωνία. Θεσσαλονίκη: Ίδρυμα Νεοελληνικών Σπουδών - Ινστιτούτο Μανόλη Τριανταφυλλίδη; 2015. pp. 11-22.

  • 2014: From Aktionsart to aspect: grammaticalisation and subjectification in Greek. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 2014: 46.3, 955-965.

  • 2013: Aktionsart, aspect and tense: a study in the nature of grammatical categories. In: N. Lavidas, T. Alexiou & A.-M. Sougari (eds.) Major Trends in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics: Selected Papers from the 20th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics (April 1-3, 2011). Vol. 1. Berlin: Versita (de Gruyter, 99-121. 

  • 2011 Amalia Moser & Eleni Panaretou, "Why a mother's rule is not a law: the role of meso- and macro-context in the interpretation of Greek legal texts". In: Anita Fetzer & Etsuko Oishi (eds.) Contexts and context: Parts meet whole, Amsterdam: Benjamins, 11-40.

  • 2011 “The hidden logic of Greek tense and aspect”. Κάμπος: Cambridge Papers in Modern Greek 18: 49-71.