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01/2020 "Was hat die griechische Partikellehre mit dem Sinne des Lebens zu thun?” (F. Nietzsche) What ancient Greek particles tell us about language use", Antrittsvorlesung, University of Cologne.
11/2019 "Transitional aspects of oral epic: Homer and beyond”, Conference “I meccanismi del sistema comunicativo orale: il caso dell’epos nella Grecia arcaica", University of L’Aquila, Italy
07/2019 "The meaning of chunks: Rethinking discourse boundaries in Homer”, FIEC/CA conference, UCL, London, UK.
05/2019 “Multimodal Pindar”, invited conclusive remarks, Conference "'Weave sweet phorminx’: The imagery of sound and the sound of imagery in Pindar”, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium.
01/2019 "Rethinking discourse segmentation in Herodotus and Thucydides”, paper, SCS Annual Meeting, San Diego, USA
12/2018 "Words, Music, and Tears: A Cognitive Approach to Multimodality”, lecture, Cologne Center for Language Sciences, Universität zu Köln, Germany
11/2018 "Designed to survive: Oral epic between tradition and transition”, keynote lecture at the Conference “Transitional Texts”, University of Navarra, Spain
09/2018 "The contribution of literary texts to cognitive accounts of anaphoric markers", paper presented at the 2018 conference of the Polish Cognitive Linguistics Association, University of Poznan, Poland
09/2018 "Discourse segmentation in Herodotus and Thucydides: Suggestions from medieval punctuation", paper presented at the 9th International Colloquium on Ancient Greek Linguistics (ICAGL), University of Helsinki, Finland
07/2018 "The contribution of literary texts to the understanding of anaphoric markers", paper presented at the annual conference of the Poetics and Linguistics Association, University of Birmingham, UK
07/2018 "Appearance, identity, rank, emotion: The cognitive-pragmatic relevance of using (e)keinos and autos in tragedy", paper presented at the conference "Doing things with words on stage: pragmatics and its use in ancient drama" University of Zürich, Switzerland
06/2018 "Research on anaphoric markers in literary texts: how to combine qualitative and quantitative analyses?", paper presented at the conference "Filling Gaps, Building Bridges: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches to the Study of Literature" University of Padua, Italy
12/2017 "Understanding our understanding of anaphoric markers in literary texts", invited talk, University of Stuttgart, Germany
07/2017 "Multimodality and the poetics of weeping from Homer to Arvo Pärt", paper presented at the 14th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Tartu, Estonia
06/2017 "Ill mind and body horror: Herodotus’ verbal strategies to depict nonverbal abnormality", invited paper, workshop "Religion, Violence, and Interaction? An Interdisciplinary Approach to Herodotus’ Narrative on Cambyses" University of Heidelberg, Germany
06/2017 "The multimodal poetics of weeping from Homer to the Beatles", International Conference on Multimodal Communication, University of Osnabrück, Germany
02/2017 "Discourse segmentation in literary texts: linguistic and nonlinguistic cues", invited talk, Cologne Center of Language Sciences, University of Köln, Germany
11/2016 "How do we chunk Herodotus? Rethinking prose segmentation", invited lecture, Department of Romance languages and Classics, University of Stockholm, Sweden
10/2016 "Typography as interpretation: verbal and nonverbal communication in print versions of ancient Greek historiographical texts", paper presented at the conference "Vom Denken der Typographie. Ästhetik, Semantik und Materialität der Textgestalt in Philosophie und Wissenschaft", University of Stuttgart, Germany
05/2016 "A blend of registers in the same historiographical account: Thucydides’ language in the chapters on the plague (2.47.3-2.54)", paper presented at the Conference "Language in Style", University of Oxford, UK
02/2016 "Discourse segmentation in literary texts: linguistic and nonlinguistic cues", University of Stuttgart, Germany
11/2015 "L’organizzazione del discorso letterario: spunti linguistici e nonlinguistici", University of Trento, Italy
05/2015 "Gems with many facets: An exploration of particle use across five ancient Greek genres", University of Berkeley, USA
10/2014 "Herodotus' account of the battle of Thermopylae, and the contribution of particles to shaping discourse" paper presented at the conference "Textual Strategies in Greek and Latin War Narrative", Amsterdam, The Netherlands
09/2014 "Persuasive discourse strategies: particles revealing the doing of saying in Herodotus and Thucydides," paper presented at the conference "The Language of Persuasion" at University College London, United Kingdom
07/2014 "Rediscovering the flow of discourse in Herodotus and Thucydides," presentation delivered at the study day "A fresh perspective on ancient Greek particles" organized by the Emmy-Noether group, Heidelberg, Germany
02/2014 "Metanarration in Homer and in guslar epic", invited lecture, Classics Department, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA
11/2013 "Discourse, performance, and particle use in Origen’s first two homilies on Psalm 15", paper presented at the international workshop "Der 'neue' Origenes im Codex Mon. Graec. 314. Philologie, Theologie und Poesie der Psalmen", Heidelberg, Germany
09/2013 "Narrative pragmatics back in the 5th cent. BC: classical Greek Historiography beyond grammar rules", 13th International Pragmatics Association Conference, New Delhi, India
05/2013 "The contribution of particles to discourse organization in Herodotus and Thucydides", Annual Meeting of the Classical Association Canada, Winnipeg, Canada
04/2013 "Omero cangiante: grammatica epica e strategie narrative", invited lecture, University of Venice, Italy
03/2013 "An Emmy-Noether project on ancient Greek particles: why?", invited lecture, UCSB, Santa Barbara, USA
03/2013 "An Emmy-Noether project on ancient Greek particles: why?", invited lecture, UCI, Los Angeles-Irvine, USA
02/2013 "The Doing of Saying: Herodotus, Thucydides, and the role of particles", invited lecture, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA
01/2013 "The contribution of particles to poetic structuring in South Slavic and Homeric epic", keynote speaker presentation at the conference "Oral Poetics and Cognitive Science", Freiburg, Germany
12/2012 "Our Emmy-Noether project: how to make sense of particles", and "Less discussed functions of particles in prose: the case of Herodotus and Thucydides", presented at the workshop "Ancient Greek Particles Across Genres", Bologna, Italy
11/2012 "Greek particles in archaic and classical literature: a discourse-oriented approach", paper co-authored with A. Drummen and M. de Kreij, and presented at the conference "Discourse Markers in Corpus Languages", University of Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
09/2012 "Problematizing early IE syndetic coordination: ancient Greek 'and' from Homer to Thucydides", paper presented at the International Conference "Syntactic Change and Syntactic Reconstruction: New Perspectives", Zurich, Switzerland
05/2012 "The body and bouquet of connectives: Pindar's usages of δέ, τε, and καί", paper presented at the Emmy-Noether Workshop "The story teller's path. Particles and discourse organization in Homer and Pindar", Heidelberg, Germany
03/2012 "Multifunctional kai as part of Thucydides' discourse strategies", paper presented at the 108th CAMWS Meeting, Baton Rouge, USA
11/2011 "Vividness through variety: Introduction to the joint discussion", at the Emmy-Noether Workshop "Vividness through variety: narrative discontinuities in Herodotus and Thucydides", Heidelberg, Germany
07/2011 "Discourse organization in oral traditions and in literatures of the past: the interface between linguistic and para-/extra-linguistic features", panel including contributions by A. Drummen, M. Montes de Oca Vega, P. O'Connell, R. Person, G. Williams, D. F. Elmer, A. Bonifazi; Twelfth International Pragmatics Association Conference, Manchester, UK
04/2011 "Less Bouquet, More Body: Rethinking Ancient Greek Particles", invited lecture, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
12/2010 "Leaving the comfort zone: Greek particles in syntactic-semantic-pragmatic interfaces", paper co-authored with M. de Kreij and A. Drummen, and presented by A. Drummen; "Ancient Greek and Semantic Theory", Radboud University, Nijmegen
12/2010 "Visuality in South Slavic and Homeric Epic", paper co-authored with D. F. Elmer; Singer and Tales in the 21st Century: The Legacies of Milman Parry and Albert Lord, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
07/2010 "Composing lines, performing acts: relationships between melodic units, clauses and discourse acts in a South Slavic epic song (Milman Parry collection, PN 662)", paper coauthored with D. F. Elmer; IX Orality and Literacy in the Ancient Graeco-Roman World Conference, Canberra, Australia
10/2009 "(E)keinos and autos in Homeric Greek: anaphora processing, discourse relevance and pragmatic impact", Ninth International Conference in Greek Linguistics, Chicago, USA
07/2009 "Particles vs punctuation: how to get the discourse structure of ancient Greek texts?", Eleventh International Pragmatics Association Conference, Melbourne, Australia
12/2008 Invited responding paper given at the workshop "The Language of Time. Conspiracy narratives and their temporal organization. Herodotus and Tacitus", Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Holland
04/2008 "Fammi un favore e taci. Analisi pragmatiche e cognitive del discorso. Appunti metodologici", invited presentation, Centro di Scienza Cognitiva, Universita' e Politecnico di Torino, Italy
03/2008 "Odysseus in Odyssey xiv: Beggar, Master, and Cult Hero", invited paper, Yale conference "Epic Heroes Then and Now", New Haven, USA
03/2008 "Pindar without Punctuation, and the Discourse Function of Particles", invited lecture, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands
03/2008 "Pindar without Punctuation, and the Discourse Function of Particles", invited lecture, Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands
11/2007 "Pindar without Punctuation, and the Discourse Function of Particles", invited lecture, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands
09/2007 "Discourse Markers in Homer", Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft "Pragmatische Kategorien. Form, Funktion und Diachronie", Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
07/2007 "Anaphora Processing in Homer: the Case of αὐτός and κεῖνος", Settimo Incontro Internazionale di Linguistica Greca, Universita' di Cagliari, Italy
06/2007 "Anaphora Processing in Homer: the Case of αὐτός and κεῖνος", Sixth International Colloquium on Ancient Greek Linguistics, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands
03/2007 "Sailing to Survive. Nostos as Historical and Poetic Frame of Reference", invited lecture, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA
12/2006 "Sailing to Survive. Nostos as Historical and Poetic Frame of Reference", invited lecture, Yale University, New Haven, USA
11/2006 "Discourse Markers in Homer", International Conference on Advances in Oral Literature Research, University of Belgrade, Serbia
10/2006 "Poetic Identity Marks: From Odysseus κεῖνος to Odysseus αὐτός", invited colloquium, Columbia University, New York, USA
08/2006 "Oral Medium and the Empirical Reception of the Odyssey", Tenth Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature and Media, Fraueninsel, Chiemsee, Germany
07/2006 "Homeric Discourse Markers as Visual Prompts", Seventh International Conference on Orality, Literacy and Memory, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
04/2006 "Poetic Identity Marks: From Odysseus κεῖνος to Odysseus αὐτός", invited lecture, Duke University, Durham NC, USA
07/2005 "Some Pragmatic Markers in Homer", Ninth International Pragmatics Association Conference, Riva del Garda, Italy
01/2005 "The Communicative Usages of αὖ, αὖτε, αὖτις and αὐτάρ in Homer", Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association, Boston, USA (read in absentia by E. J. Bakker)
05/2004 "Protocolonial Perceptions and nostos in Early Greek Epic. Sensing, Sailing, Surviving", Advanced Seminar "Literature and Culture in the Ancient Mediterranean: Greece, Rome, and the Near East Mediterranean", Venice International University, Italy
04/2003 "Pindar: linguistically hard, extralinguistically easy", presentation of the research project "Pragmatics of Lyric Performance", Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington D.C., USA
07/2002 "Applicazioni pragmatica cognitiva - lirica greca arcaica, con particolare riferimento a Pindaro", Centro di Scienza Cognitiva, Universita' e Politecnico di Torino, Italy