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Photini Coutsougera

Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream (LTA), Linguistics Language Studies
Email:
photini.coutsougera@utoronto.ca
Address:
3359 Mississauga Road, Maanjiwe nendamowinan, 4th floor
Mississauga , ON
L5L 1C6

Photini Coutsougera’s research focuses on the phonology of Greek dialects. 

Areas of Academic Interest

  • language acquisition
  • phonology
  • lexicography

Publications

  • Coutsougera, Photini (2019). Palatalization, fortition and deletion in the high vowels of the Modern Greek dialect of Arcadian Peloponnesian. Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol 41.
     
  • Coutsougera, Photini & Katsoyannou, Marianna (2011). The consonant system of obsolescent Greco. In M. Janse, B. Joseph, P. Pavlou, A. Ralli & S. Armosti (Eds), Studies in Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory I (pp. 49-60). Nicosia: Kykkos Cultural Research Centre.
     
  • Coutsougera, Photini (2010). The phonotaxis of present-day Cypriot Greek. In A. Voskos, D. Goutsos & A. Mozer (Eds.) The Greek language in Cyprus from antiquity to today (pp. 125-140). Athens: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

Other

Specialization: 
Linguistic Studies
Current Courses: 
LIN325 Phonetics and Phonology in English, LIN208 English Sounds, LIN231 Morphological Patterns in Languages, LIN418 Research Methods in Linguistics, LIN310 Contrastive Linguistics.
Education: 
PhD, Linguistics (Phonology), University of Reading, UK
M.A., Theoretical Linguistics, University of Reading, UK
B.A., English and Greek Language and Literature, School of Philosophy/University of Athens, Greece.