This is an overview of presentations at workshops and conferences. If you are interested in a handout/poster, please e-mail me.


  • Upcoming: Anticausatives are weak scalar expressions: experimental evidence from Greek (with Fabienne Martin, Florian Schäfer, Felix Golcher, Artemis Alexiadou). Workshop on Change of State Verbs – Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives (DGfS), February 23-25
  • Conjunction, disjunction and their interaction with negation in child Greek (with Vina Tsakali and Marina Mastrokosta). 7th Bucharest Colloquium of Language Acquisition (BUCLA), 1920 November
  • Not-OR versus NEITHER: Logical inferences in child Greek (with Vina Tsakali and Marina Mastrokosta). 46th Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD-46), November 47
  • Subjunctive Questions: Intra & Crosslinguistic Puzzles. Invited Talk at the Graduate Workshop on General Linguistics, University of Crete, September 23
  • EITHER exclusive OR inclusive: Evidence from adult and child Greek language (with Vina Tsakali and Marina Mastrokosta). Workshop on Experimental approaches to language universals in structure and meaning. ESSLLI, 2-3 August
  • Double comparatives: structural complexity and evaluativity (with Artemis Alexiadou and Fenia Karkaletsou). Keynote presented by Artemis Alexiadou at the 12th International Conference of Nordic and General Linguistics June 16, Oslo
  • The development of DATIVE clitics in Modern Greek (with Elena Anagnostopoulou & Vina Tsakali), at the 41st Annual Meeting Department of Linguistics (AMGL49), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,  13-15 May
  • Subjunctive Questions in Serbian (with Ivona Ilić) at the Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 30 (FASL30), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 13-16 May
  • Modally conditioned mood-switch: the case of ADVISE predicates in Greek  at the at the 31st Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference (SALT-31), Brown University (virtual), 7-9 May
  • Go but take your jacket! Imperatives acquire their quantificational force on the way. Invited talk at Istanbul Aydın University, School of Foreign Languages (Friday, January 8th 2021, virtual)



  • Modal anchoring in covert modals: a dichotomy between mood and aspect in Greek. Talk presented at OASIS 2, Nantes, October 16-18, 2019.
  • A scalar conditional in Greek: looking for the consequent. Poster presented at Sinn und Bedeutung 24, Osnabrück 2019
  • Clitic Left Dislocated Numerals: Split scope and lower bound interpretation (with Felix Golcher). Poster presented at XPRAG, Edinburgh 2019
  • Inverse scope in CLLD: Why numerals have it?. Talk presented at the workshop “The meaning of numerals” at ZAS, Berlin.


  • Difficult Imperatives in Turkish (with Ömer Demirok). Poster presented at WAFL-14, MIT [poster-slides]
  • Inverse scope in Greek: Scope transparency and alternative constructions (with Artemis Alexiadou). Talk presented at AMBIGO 2018, University of Göttingen
  • Imperative Imperfective Interrogatives in Greek and German. Poster presented at the Workshop on Non-Canonical Questions (MiQ2018), University of Konstanz [handout]
  • Subjunctive interrogatives in Greek: Prosody & meaning. Poster presented at AMGL-39, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki [poster]


  • Imperatives: How minimal are they? Poster presented at SUB 22, ZAS & University of Potsdam [poster]
  • Prosody and the interpretation of imperatives in Greek. Invited Talk at the workshop on Experiment and Theory in Syntax and Semantics (CreteLing Summer School 2017), University of Crete
  • Negation in Greek Imperatives. Invited Talk at the circle Oberseminar English Linguistics, Göttingen University
  • Imperatives: minimal but modalized. Talk presented at the workshop ‘Imperatives, Performativity, and Commitment’, ZAS


  • Voice Allosemy in Synthetic Passives: Towards a Phasal Account. Talk presented at Genus Verbi, Wittenberg [handout]
  • Imperatives are existential modals; Deriving the must-reading as an Implicature. Poster presented at the 26th Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference (SALT-26), University of Texas at Austin
  • Sloppy pro in Greek: An E-type analysis. Talk presented at CLS-52, University of Chicago
  • Interpretation Domains in the Verbal Spine: Synthetic vs. Analytic morphology (with Artemis Alexiadou). Poster presented at GLOW 39, University of Göttingen


  • C-Negation is not Constituent Negation but CP-Negation: Evidence from Modern Greek, Talk presented at ICGL-12, Freie Universität Berlin
  • Intonation and interpretation of alos ‘other’ in Modern Greek, ICGL-12, Freie Universität Berlin
  • Island Obviation in Fragment Answers: Evidence from Bulgarian Li-Questions (with Snejana Iovtcheva). Talk presented at FASL-25, New York Universtity
  • C-Negation is not Constituent but Clausal-Negation. Talk presented at Jerusalem Workshop on Syntax and Semantics: Negation & Polarity, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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