…amp; T. Olander (eds) Dispersals and diversification: Linguistic and archaeological perspectives on the early stages of Indo-European pp.179-208 (Leiden: Brill).
2017. “Studies in the Linguistic Prehistory of the Boeotian Dialect” Teiresias 47.1 : 14-24.
2015. “A New Edition of IG IX,2 69″ Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 193 : 166-171.
2014. “On the Phonology a…
I was awarded my Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge (UK) in March 2017 for a dissertation on the linguistic prehistory and historical dialectology of the Aeolic dialects of Ancient Greek. Since October 2015 I have been also collaborating as a research associate with the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History (Jena, Germany) on a new database of Indo-European cognate relations. From Fall 2019 to April 2020 I was a sessional lecturer in Classics at MacEwan University (Edmonton, Canada). My research interests can be subdivided into a handful of related topics:
- Greek language and linguistics (from Mycenaean to the modern spoken language)
- Ancient Greek dialect studies (from both literary and sub-literary sources)
- Ancient Greek epigraphy and papyrology
- Indo-European comparative linguistics and philology (including comparative myth and poetics)
- Homer and other Early Greek poetry
- Etymology and the Indo-European lexicon
- Language classification, cladistics, and subgrouping methodologies in historical linguistics