B.A. Hons. Linguistics and Modern English Language (Lancaster University, UK), MA European Master's degree in Linguistics (University of Manchester, UK; Freie Universität, Germany), Ph.D. Linguistics (Lancaster University, UK)
Efrosini Deligianni is a Lecturer of Greek studies at the School of Humanities and Languages, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW. Efrosini is a linguist specialising in Greek historical linguistics. Her research portfolio focuses on Greek syntactic change, as inextricably tied to sociocontextual and cognitive processing factors. Her future research is directed towards projects relevant to the Greek-Australian context, such as a portal of electronic resources on the study of Modern Greek, and a sociolinguistic study on shifting identity and language loss of Greeks and Greek Cypriots in Sydney. Her other academically related interests are historiography, translation and creative writing.
Greek Historical Linguistics, Applied and Educational Linguistics
Current Research Projects
See under 'Research Activities' below
Modern Greek language and culture, Linguistics
ARTS1540 (Introductory Greek A)
ARTS1541 (Introductory Greek B)
ARTS2542 (Gods, Heroines And Heroes In Greek Mythology And Modern Culture)
Affiliations and Memberships
Australian Linguistics Society (ALS), Modern Greek Studies Association (MGSA), Societas Linguistica Europaea or SLE (EU), CYLing (CY)
I was awarded the Mont Follick Fund by the University of Manchester for postgraduate research on Classical Greek.