Xanthi Katsanta

Surname: Katsanta
Occupation: Teacher in Secondary Education
Email: xanthi.katsanta@gmail.com


2017-present: PhD candidate in Linguistics, Department of Linguistics, University of Patras.
2012-2015: MA in Greek Language and Literature, Open University of Cyprus.
1994-1999: Bachelor in Law Studies, Department of Law Studies, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
1984-1990: Bachelor in Psychology, Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

Greek: native speaker.
English: proficient speaker.
French: good working knowledge.

Computer skills
Holder of ECDL CORE.

Work experience
2000-2008: I practised law in a private practice.
2008-present: I teach the module «Social Education» to secondary education students.

2019 Conference presentation entitled: «The phenomenon of vowel raising in the dialect of the city of Agrinio: levelling due to the contact of dialects in the Dialect of Agrinio», 14th International Conference of Greek Linguistics, ICGL 14, 5-8 September 2019, Patras, Greece.
2019 Conference presentation entitled: «Using art as a tool to transform perceptions of refugees», 4th Panhellenic Conference Education in the 21st century: Education and Civilization, May 2019, Athens, Greece.

2016 Conference presentation entitled: «The deletion of the unstressed vowels /i/ and /u/ in the dialect of Agrinio city», 7th International Conference on Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic theory, 6-8 October 2016, Rethymno, Greece.

«The Deletion of Unstressed vowels /i u/ in the Dialect of Agrinio City», Proceedings of the 7th Ιnternational Conference on Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory, MGDLT 7, Rethymno, 6-8 October 2016, Volume Editors Ioanna Kappa, Marina Tzakosta, p.p. 95-105.

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Dialectology. phonology


The morphophonological personal pronoun variable (tin)of the South-Greek dialect of Agrinio: acoustic analysis within the framework of Dialect Contact
Xanthi Katsanta


Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation IV
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