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Name: Cristina  Guardiano
Institution: Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia
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State and/or Country: Italy   
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Genetic Classification
Subject Language(s): Greek, Ancient
Greek, Modern
Selected Publications: (2005) (with Giuseppe Longobardi) “Parametric comparison and language taxonomy”. In: Montse Batllori, Maria-Lluïsa Hernanz, Carme Picallo, and Francesc Roca (eds) Grammaticalization and parametric variation, Oxford, OUP, 149-174.
(2006) “The diachronical evolution of the Greek article: parametric hypotheses”. In: Mark Janse, Brian Joseph and Angela Ralli (eds) Proceedings of the 2nd international conference of modern Greek dialects and linguistic theory, Mytilene, University of Patras, 99-114.
(2006) (with Emilia Calaresu and Klaus Hölker) Italienisch und Deutsch als Wissenschaftssprachen. Bestandsaufnahmen, Analysen, Perspektiven // Italiano e tedesco come lingue della comunicazione scientifica. Ricognizioni, analisi e prospettive, LIT Verlag, Munster.
(2006) “Mutamento e contatto linguistico: considerazioni sulle varietà della comunicazione scientifica”. In: Guardiano/Calaresu/ Hölker (2006), 127-164.
(2007, in press) (with Chiara Gianollo and Giuseppe Longobardi). “Historical implications of a formal theory of syntactic variation”. In: Dianne Jonas and Stephen Anderson (eds) Syntactic variation and change, Oxford University Press.
(in press) (with Chiara Gianollo and Giuseppe Longobardi) “Three fundamental issues in parametric linguistics”. In: Theresa Biberauer (ed) The Limits of Syntactic Variation, proceedings of the Conference held in Newcastle Upon Tyne, 5-7th September 2005.
(in press) (with Emilia Calaresu, Augusto Carli and Maria Elena Favilla) Stereotypes about English as the language of science. AILA Review XX.
Courses Taught: General Linguistics
Applied Linguistics
Language Sciences

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