Short CV/Education and training

  • Since 2016
    Vice Director of Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS), Head of Area 3 Syntax and Lexicon

  • Since 2015
    Professor of English Linguistics at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

  • 2007
    Visiting professor at Stanford University, CA, USA; LSA Summer School

  • 2002 – 2015
    Full professor of theoretical and English linguistics at the University of Stuttgart, Germany

  • 2000 – 2002
    Heisenberg fellow (University of Potsdam, MIT, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania)

  • 1999 – 2000
    Managing director of the Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS), Berlin

  • 1999
    Habilitation (postdoctoral qualification) in general linguistics at the University of Potsdam

  • 1995 – 1999
    Research associate at the Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS), Berlin

  • 1994
    PhD in general linguistics, University of Potsdam, Germany

  • 1992 – 1994
    Research assistant at the Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS), Berlin, Germany

  • 1991
    M. A. in linguistics from the University of Reading, UK,

  • 1990
    Undergraduate studies at the University of Athens, Greece; Diplom degree in philology with a specialisation in linguistics

Selected publications

Selected projects

Ongoing projects:

  • Please visit: https://www.angl.hu-berlin.de/department/staff-faculty/professors/alexiadou/projects

Concluded projects:

  • Collaborative Research Centre SFB 732 B1 The form and interpretation of nominals

  • Collaborative Research Centre SFB 732 C1 The syntax of nominal modification and its interaction with nominal structure

  • DO 536/10-1 Prosodic phrasing in auditory and visual sentence-processing (Dogil, Alexiadou & Kotchoubey)

  • DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) ID-50726640 Nominalisations: explorations at the syntax/lexicon and the syntax/semantics interface

  • AL 554/3-1 Basis and boundaries of unaccusativity

  • AL 554/4-1 GLOW summer school

  • German Research Foundation (DFG – GZ 4851-339-07) Conference on nominalisations across languages

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • 2020- : Vice-Spokesperson SFB 1412 at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

  • 2016- : Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of AcqVA

  • 2015- : Member of the Scientific Board of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Bielefeld.

  • 2013- 2020: Member of the Advisory Board of Language Science Press.

  • 2012- :

    Member of the Network Language, Variation, and Migration, Universität Potsdam.

  • 6/11-10/11: Member of the Evaluation Panel of Nordic Centers of Excellence (Norwegian Research Council).

  • 2010- : Series Editor Brill Empirical Approaches to Linguistic Theory.

  • 2010- : Member of Academia Net, http://www.academia-net.de/.

  • 2006-2010: Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of NORMS (Nordic Center of Excellence in Micro-comparative syntax).

  • 2002-2015: Spokesperson of the SFB 732 Incremental Specification in Context, University of Stuttgart

  • 2002-2006: Member of the Center of Interdisciplinary Research, University of Bielefeld.

  • 2000- : Series Editor at Mouton de Gruyter: Interface Explorations (with Tracy A. Hall).

  • 1999-2009: Member of the Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) Board (positions held: Newsletter editor 1999-2002; Secretary 2002-2005, Chairperson 2005-2009).

  • 2003-2004: Member of the Board of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenshaft ‘German Linguistic Society’ (Treasurer).

  • 2002-2003: Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenshaft.

  • Consultant to the Lernaktiv project: Integration through Education, City of Stuttgart, 2005 – 2008

  • Member of the international advisory board to the City of Stuttgart in the area of language training, 2004 – 2009

  • Member of the council of the German Linguistic Society (treasurer), 2003 – 2004

  • Spokesperson for the Linguistic Representation and its Interpretation graduate programme (DFG Research Training Group GRK 609), University of Stuttgart, 2003 – 2006

  • Member of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research, Bielefeld University, 2002 – 2006

  • Member of the scientific advisory board, German Linguistic Society, 2002 – 2003

  • Member of the Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) board, 1999 – 2009; positions held in the board: newsletter editor 1999 – 2002; secretary 2002 – 2005, chairperson 2005 – 2009

  • currently member of the editorial board of English Language and Linguistics, Linguistic Inquiry, Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, and Syntax.

Media coverage

  • Artemis Alexiadou's profile on Wikipedia

  • https://www.angl.hu-berlin.de/department/staff-faculty/professors/alexiadou/prize

  • https://www.lifemagazine.gr/artemis-alexiadou-mia-vraveumeni-iereia-tis-glwssas/

  • https://www.iefimerida.gr/news/134930/μια-ελληνίδα-κατακτάει-τη-γερμανία-η-καθηγήτρια-γλωσσολογίας-αρτεμις-αλεξιάδου-ανάμεσα-τ

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZiDhKPaeCc

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