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Angeliki Athanasiadou

Professor - Department of Theoretical & Applied Linguistics

306Ă | +30 2310 997404 | +30 2310 997432 | angath@enl.auth.gr | personal page | curriculum vitae
Office hours: MO 09:00-11:00 | TU 14:00-16:00

Angeliki Athanasiadou is Professor, Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Her teaching and research interests focus on the framework of Cognitive Linguistics, a usage-based model of language which recognizes the role of human experience in shaping language structure. Dr. Athanasiadou’s main research interests are in the study of grammar and cognition, figurative language, such as metaphor, metonymy, irony, the language of emotions, cultural linguistics. She has served as Chair and Deputy Chair, School of English (2004 – 2011), and currently serves as co-editor of a book series on figurative language (Figurative Thought and Language, J. Benjamins Book Series). She is also a partner in international research projects and a member of various editorial boards and board of referees.

TEACHING (ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020)

SemesterCodeTitleGroupDayFromToRoom
Winter G-LSUD1 Ling2-100 Introduction to the Study of Language a Tuesday 11:00 13:30 417
Winter G-LSUD4 ThLing492 Cognitive English Grammar Monday 16:00 18:30 417
Spring Ling 522 Language Structure and Cognition Monday 11:00 14:00 308 đáô.
Spring G-LSUD4 ThLing493 Metaphor-Metonymy Tuesday 16:00 18:30 417