New Perspectives in Greek Linguistics is a selection of papers presenting some of the ongoing research in Greek Linguistics. The contributions in this volume, which have their origin in the 4th Athens Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics, refer to various theoretical frameworks and cover a wide range of topics (from phonology of dialects to acquisition of syntax); however, they share the common reference to Greek and Theoretical Linguistics. The second common feature is a tendency to investigate already known problems using new methods, considering different factors from previous research or introducing innovative ideas. The volume is dedicated to Professor Gaberell Drachman and Professor Angeliki Malikouti-Drachman as a small token of gratitude for their ceaseless presence and their contribution to Theoretical Linguistics, to Greek Linguistics and to postgraduate studies in Linguistics in Greece. This volume is of particular interest to linguists working on various areas of Greek Linguistics, especially those who would like to keep up with ongoing research. It presents an opportunity to see the application of linguistic theory in Greek and the current comparative research.