Evangelia (Lila) Daskalaki
Publications & Presentations
Publications 
 
  • Daskalaki, E. (accepted) 'Types of relative pronouns', Language Science Press.

  • Daskalaki, E., V. Chondrogianni, E. Blom, F. Argyri, and J. Paradis (2018) 'Input effects across domains: The case of Greek subjects in child heritage language', Second Language Research. DOI: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0267658318787231

  • Daskalaki, E. and M. Mavrogiorgos (2016) ‘Two ways of encoding location in Greek: Locative Applicatives and Prepositions', Glossa, 1(1):16. 1-33. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.74
 
  • Daskalaki, E. & D. Beck (2013b) ‘The multifunctionality of the indefinite/interrogative stab in Lushootseed', The Northwest  Journal  of Linguistics 7.3:1-18. 
 
  • Daskalaki, E. & M. Mavrogiorgos (2013a) ‘Obligatory Resumption in Greek Free and Restrictive Relatives'. In: Rafaella Folli, et al. (eds.), The Architecture of Linguistic Knowledge: The limits of Syntax, Oxford University Press, 324-344.

  • Daskalaki, E. (2011b) ‘Case Mis-matching in Greek Free Relatives', University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, volume 17 (1)
 
  • Daskalaki, E. (2011a)  ‘Mismatches in Greek FRs'. In: Chatzopoulou et al. (eds), Proceedings of the 9th International Conference for Greek Linguistics, University of Chicago, 139-153.
 
  • Daskalaki, E. (2007b) ‘Free Relatives in Greek: The Interaction between Case (Mis)matches and Relativization Strategies'. In: Artemis Alexiadou (ed.), Studies in the Morpho-Syntax of Greek, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 251-293.

  • Daskalaki, E. (2007a) 'Free Relatives in Greek: Deriving external case matching', Studies in Greek Linguistics 27: 78-89.

  • Daskalaki, E. (2005) 'The external category of Free Relatives: Evidence from Modern Greek'. In: Faye Chalcraft et al. (eds), Cambridge Occasional Papers in Linguistics 2: 87-107.
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Volumes 

  • Daskalaki, E., T. Solstad, and J. Järvikivi (submitted) 'Discourse Expectations: theoretical, experimental, and computational persepctives'. Linguistics.
  
  • Daskalaki, E., N. Katsos, M. Mavrogiorgos, and M. Reeve. (2004) Proceedings of the University of Cambridge Second Postgraduate Conference in Language Research. Cambridge.
 

Theses
 
  • Daskalaki, E. (2009) ‘Case (Mis)matching Patterns in Free Relatives’, PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge (Supervisor: Prof Ian Roberts).
                         
  • Daskalaki, E. (2003)  ‘Comparative Deletion and Subdeletion in Greek’, MPhil Thesis, University of Oxford (with distinction; Supervisor: Prof Gillian Ramchand).
                         
  • Daskalaki, E. (2001) ‘Seferis, Elytis, Palamas: The Role of Language in Poetry’, BA Thesis, University of Athens (with distinction; Supervisor: Prof George Babiniotis).
 
 
Conference Presentations (Selected)
 
  • Daskalaki, E., E. Blom, V. Chondrogianni, & J. Paradis (2018) 'Effects of parental input quality in child heritage language acquisition', BUCLD 43, Poster Presentation, Boston University, November 2018

  • Lam, Y. & E. Daskalaki (2018) 'Language and ethnic identity in Greek immigrant community', SLRF 2018,   
    Université du Qubéc  à Montréal, October 2018
      
  • Daskalaki, E., V. Chondrogianni, E. Blom, & J. Paradis (2018) 'Parental input quality and subject placement in Greek heritage children in Western Canada', Eurosla 28, Universität Münster, September 2018

  • Daskalaki, E., V. Chondrogianni, E. Blom, F. Argyri, & J. Paradis (2017b) 'Vulnerable domains in Child Heritage Language: The Evidence from Greek', BUCLD 42, Poster Presentation, Boston University, November 2017

  • Daskalaki, E., V. Chondrogianni, E. Blom, F. Argyri, & J. Paradis (2017a) 'Vulnerable domains in Child Heritage Language: The Evidence from Greek', Workshop: The selectivity of native language attrition, University of Edinburgh, October 2017

  • Daskalaki, E., V. Chondrogianni, F. Argyri, E.  Blom, & J. Paradis (2017b) 'Word Order Patterns in Greek as a Heritage Language', ICGL 13, University of Westminster, London, September 2017

  • Chondrogianni, V., E. Daskalaki, & P. Karatsareas (2017) 'Greek as a minority and as a majority language in heritage contexts: Theoretical, experimental, and sociolinguistic perspectives', Workshop Proposal accepted as part of  ICGL 13, University of Westminster, London, September 2017

  • Daskalaki, E., V. Chondrogianni, F. Argyri, E. Blom, & J. Paradis (2017a) 'Subject Use in child HL: The evidence from Heritage Greek', Eurosla, University of Reading, August 2017

  • Daskalaki, E. & M. Mavrogiorgos (2015) 'Locative Predicates and Arguments in Greek', ICGL 12  (International Conference on Greek Linguistics),  Freie Universität, Berlin, September 2015 
 
  • Daskalaki, E. & M. Mavrogiorgos (2014) 'Genitive Locative Predicates in Greek', ACOL (Alberta Conference on Linguistics), University of Alberta,  Edmonton, November 2014 
 
  • Daskalaki, E. & D. Beck (2013) 'The multi-functionality of the indefinite/interrogative stab in Lushootseed', 48th International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, University of Victoria, August 2013 
 
  • Daskalaki, E. & M. Mavrogiorgos (2010b) 'Indirect Object Resumption in Greek Relative Clauses', 2nd Conference on Linguistic Interfaces, University of Ulster, December 2010 
 
  • Daskalaki, E. & M. Mavrogiorgos (2010a) 'Towards a Uniform Account of Resumption and Clitic Doubling: the Case of Indirect Objects in Greek', 3rd Mediterranean Syntax Meeting, University of Athens, October 2010
 
  • Daskalaki, E. (2010) 'Case Mis-matching in Free Relatives. 34th Penn Linguistics Colloquium', University of Pennsylvania, March 2010                                                  

  • Daskalaki, E. (2009) 'Mismatches in Greek Free Relatives', ICGL9, University of Chicago, October 2009
 
  • Daskalaki, E. (2007) 'Free Relatives as Complex DPs: Rethinking the Head vs. Comp Account Controversy', Cambridge – Nanzan Linguistic Linguistic Consortium Symposium, Nanzan University, February 2007
 
  • Daskalaki, E. (2006) 'Free Relatives in Modern Greek: The Case Matching Puzzle', 27th International Conference on Greek Linguistics, Aristotle University, May 2006
 
  • Daskalaki, E. (2005) 'Free Relatives in Modern Greek: The Case Matching Puzzle', Workshop on the Morpho-Syntax of Modern Greek, Harvard University, July 2005
 
 
Invited Presentations 
 
  • Parental input effects in heritage contexts, Invited Colloquium on heritage language learning in children, ISB 12, University of Alberta, June 2018. Colloquium Organizer: Silvina Montrul.
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  • Input effects across domains: The evidence from Heritage Greek in North America, Linguistics Colloquium, Simon Fraser University, February 2018

  • Input Effects across linguistic domains. The case of subjects in Heritage Greek, Bilingual Acquisition Symposium in Edmonton, University of Alberta, September 2017

  • On the acquisition of Greek as a Heritage Language, Acquisition Reading Group, University of Alberta, March 2016

  • Two ways of encoding location in Greek, Syntaxlab, University of Cambridge, September 2015 (with Marios Mavrogiorgos)
  
  • On the multi-functionality of stab ‘thing, something, what’ in Lushootseed, Morphology Reading Group, University of Alberta, June 2013
 
  • Against a PF account of IO resumption in Greek Free and Restrictive relatives, Athens Reading Group, June 2010 (with Marios Mavrogiorgos)
 
  • How Free are Free Relatives? Colloquium, University of Alberta, February 2010


Guest Lectures
 
  • An introduction to Syntax, Guest Lecture, Edmonton Lifelong Learners Association, May 2018
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  • Morphosyntactic Typology, Guest Lecture, LING 102, University of Alberta, April 2018

  • Acquiring Greek as a Heritage Language in Western Canada: Patterns of cross-linguistic transfer, Guest Lecture, LING 204, University of Alberta, June 2017

  • Devices of encoding grammatical relations within and across languages, Guest Lecture, LING 101, University of Alberta, December 2016

  • On letters and sounds in Greek, Guest Lecture, LING 325 Writing Systems, University of Alberta, October 2015 and October 2016 

  • Semantic Roles and Grammatical Relations, Guest Lecture, LING 101 Introduction to Linguistics, University of Alberta, March 2015
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  • ​Current Writing Practices in Greece: Greek, Greeklish, & Engreek, Guest Lecture, LING 325 Writing Systems, University of Alberta, March 2013