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  • di Bartolo, Giuseppina. Im Druck. „Double conjunction usages in Postclassical Greek“, in G. di Bartolo und D. Kölligan, Postclassical Greek: Problems and Perspectives, Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter (Trends in Classics - Greek & Latin Linguistics Series).
  • di Bartolo, G. und D. Kölligan. Im Druck. Postclassical Greek: Problems and Perspectives, Berlin/New York: De Gruyter (Trends in Classics - Greek & Latin Linguistics Series).


  • Bonifazi, Anna. 2023 (online). Cross-modal iconicity in songs about weeping. Semiotica, 1-29.
  • Bonifazi, Anna. 2023. "Herodotus’ verbal strategies to depict Cambyses’ abnormality”. In Herodotean Soundings: The Cambyses Logos, A. Schütze & A. Schwab (eds.), 93-108. Tübingen: Classica Monacensia, Narr Verlag.
  • di Bartolo, Giuseppina. 2023. ''Variation and change of counterfactual conditionals in Postclassical Greek. Evidence from private papyrus letters'', in C. Denizot und L. Tronci (Hrsgg.), Building modality with syntax, Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter (Trends in Linguistics Series).
  • di Bartolo, Giuseppina. 2023. ''Some aspects of Irrealis in Postclassical Greek'', in G. K. Giannakis, P. Filos, E. Crespo und J. de la Villa (Hrsgg.), Classical Philology and Linguistics: Old Themes and New Perspectives, Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter (Trends in Classics - Greek & Latin Linguistics Series).


  • Bonifazi, Anna., Ioannidou, P. & Salarzai, Z. 2022. Proper names as anaphoric expressions in short crime stories: Doing more than referring within and across paragraphs. Journal of Pragmatics 193:88-104.
  • Bonifazi, Anna. 2022. Dialogic syntax in ancient Greek conversation. In Bridging the Gap Between Conversation Analysis and Poetics: Studies in Talk-In-Interaction and Literature Twenty-Five Years after Jefferson, R. Person, J. Rae, and R. Wooffitt (eds.), 140-179. London: Routledge.
  • di Bartolo, Giuseppina. 2022.  ‘The μὴ ἵνα + subjunctive construction in Greek documentary papyri’. Glotta 98 (1), 136–147.



  • Bonifazi, Anna 2019. The forbidden fruit of compression in Homer. In P. Meineck, J. Devereaux & W. Shorts (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Classics and Cognitive Theory, 122-138. New York: Routledge.


  • Bonifazi, Anna. 2018. Embedded focalization and free indirect speech in Homer as viewpoint blending. In J. Ready & C. Tsagalis (eds.), Homer in Performance: Rhapsodes, Narrators, and Characters, 230-254. Austin: University of Texas Press.