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Thomi Dalpanagioti

Laboratory Teaching Staff - Department of Theoretical & Applied Linguistics

309Ä | +30 2310 997425 | thomdalp@enl.auth.gr | curriculum vitae
Office hours: MO 10:00-11:00(by appointment ) | TH 09:00-12:00(by appointment )

Dr Thomi Dalpanagioti is a member of the Laboratory Teaching Staff at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She holds an MA in Lexicography (Theory and Practice) and a PhD in Linguistics-Lexicography from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She has taught English as a Foreign Language at all levels of education and worked as an adjunct researcher at the Centre for the Greek Language and as an adjunct lecturer at the Hellenic Open University, Greece, and the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. Her research interests are in the areas of lexicology, (monolingual/ bilingual) lexicography and vocabulary acquisition. In particular, her research focuses on the application of Cognitive Linguistics (CMT, Frame Semantics) and Corpus Linguistics in the study of polysemy and phraseology. Her work has been presented in international conferences and published in conference proceedings and peer-reviewed journals.

Her current research with the title “Integrating frame semantic resources into EFL instruction: Developing and piloting materials for enhancing learners' metaphoric competence in EFL” is conducted with the support of A.S. Hornby Educational Trust (A.S. Hornby Dictionary Research Awards 2022).

Most recent publications

Dalpanagioti, T. (2023). “Fluidic motion patterns in English and Modern Greek: A contrastive analysis of run and ōńŻ÷ł”. Languages in Contrast. https://doi.org/10.1075/lic.22006.dal 

Dalpanagioti, T. (2023). “What frame semantics can offer to task-based language teaching”. TESOL Journal 14(2). https://doi.org/10.1002/tesj.692

Dalpanagioti, T. (2022). “Marrying frame semantics with task-based language teaching”, Selected Papers from the 24th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. https://ejournals.lib.auth.gr/thal/article/view/9160 

Dalpanagioti, T. (2022). “Motivated patterns of phrasal verbs and learner’s dictionaries”, Lexis - Journal in English Lexicology 19. Special Issue: Phraseology and Paremiology in English. https://doi.org/10.4000/lexis.6186 

Dalpanagioti, T. (2021). “A frame-inspired task-based approach to metaphor teaching”, Lexis - Journal in English Lexicology 18. Special Issue: Lexical learning and teaching. https://doi.org/10.4000/lexis.5839

Dalpanagioti, T. (2021). “The treatment of culture-bound vocabulary in Greek bilingual dictionaries”. Lexicography: Journal of ASIALEX 8.1: 59-79. https://doi.org/10.1558/lexi.18912 



TEACHING (ACADEMIC YEAR 2023-2024)

SemesterCodeTitleGroupDayFromToRoom
Winter G-LSUD1 Lang101 Language Mastery I f Tuesday 11:00 13:00 01 ķ.š.
Winter G-LSUD1 Lang101 Language Mastery I f Friday 11:00 13:00 103
Winter G-LSUD1 Ling2-100 Introduction to the Study of Language b Thursday 11:00 13:30 417
Spring G-LSUD3 LingSp385 Introduction to Lexicography Monday 11:00 13:30 01 ķ.š.
Spring G-LSUD3 LingRes300 Introduction to the (Linguistic) Research Paper Wednesday 13:30 16:00 308 B