Corpora – Literature – Translation


The group focuses on text production and analysis (digitization, processing, annotation, visualization etc.), on creating and processing monolingual and multilingual corpora, on publishing texts, on databases, on developing tools and practices in the fields of philology and translation studies.
Following are some of the works in progress and further development:
  1. Multilingual literary corpus with concordance search
  2. Translated speech corpus
  3. Corpora processing (e.g. annotation, analysis, visualization)
  4. Stylistic and register applications (e.g. Papadiamantis, Melpo Axioti, translation comparison and criticism)
  5. Translation and platform tools for specialized and literary translation and terminology tools
  6. Polysemic texts
  7. Cultural mediation and printing (databases and mapping)
  8. Electronic literature and algorithmic criticism


Dimitroulia Titika, Assoc. Professor (Lab Director)(Translation studies, theory & applications), School of French Language & Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
Arvanitis Panagiotis, Assoc. Professor(Multimedia Databases, Technologies in Language education), School of French Language & Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
Alegre Sandrine, Senior Teaching Fellow (Language Didactics, Translation Studies, Mediation, interculturality and language), Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies University of Bath, UK,
Goutsos Dionisis, Professor (Textlinguistics, Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics), School of Philosophy, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,
Kostopoulou Loukia, Researcher, PhD
Theohari Maria,
Kourouni Kyriaki, Researcher (translation studies and new technologies, didactic of translation ),
Liouli Vasileia, PhD student
Louziotou Ligeia,
Tantos Alexandros, Assist. Professor(Linguistics, Computational Linguistics, Textlinguistics), School of Philology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,
Haldogeridis Agisilaos, PhD student,

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Faculty of Philosophy - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University Campus 54124 
Thessaloniki, Greece


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