Κοτζόγλου Γιώργος George Kotzoglou is Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the Department of Mediterranean Studies, University of the Aegean.

He is a graduate of the Department of Philology, University of Athens (BA ‐ Ptychion) and of the School of Linguistics & Applied Language Studies, The University of Reading (ΜΑ in Linguistics & PhD in Linguistics). He has taught linguistics at SLALS, The University of Reading, at the Department of Philology, University of Crete, at the Department of Language, Literature and Culture of the Black Sea Countries, Democritus University of Thrace, and at the Masters Programs ‘Technoglossia’ and ‘Applied and Theoretical Linguistics’, University of Athens.

His research interests include the following topics: grammatical description of language(s), syntactic theory, generative syntax, structure of Mediterranean languages, morphosyntax, clitics, locality restrictions on movement, subjects and finiteness.

He has published papers in scientific journals (Lingua, Journal of Universal Language, Journal of Greek Linguistics), edited volumes (among others: Contemporary trends in Greek linguistics: studies in honour of Irene Philippaki‐Warburton, Expanding vistas in the analysis of control and raising, The complementiser phase: subjects and whdependencies, Current issues in Mediterranean syntax, The Mediterranean, Greece and the world) and volumes with conference proceedings (NELS, WECOL, Studies in Greek Linguistics, ISTAL). He is one of the authors of the book Grammar for the 5th
and 6th grade of elementary schools. He is the co‐editor of the volume Reading Working Papers in Linguistics 8.

He has worked as a researcher at the program ‘Εκπαίδευση αλλοδαπών και παλιννοστούντων μαθητών’ (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) και στο πρόγραμμα ‘Πολυνησιωτικότητα’ (University of the Aegean).