The GLOCAL in The Mediterranean and Europe 2022 – The GLOCAL COMELA 2022

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

Foreword

Editor’s Note

Keynote Talks

Trickster and Cain: An Allegory of Musical and Linguistic Anthropology

Pavlos Kavouras

ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS

Feasts and Ancient Greek Dance: Live Texts and Key Symbols

Sotirios Bekakos

Iliad’s Achilles: A Libyco-Berber Patronymic?

Valeria Argiolas

Karangiozis in the Shadows: A Linguistic Anthropology of Greece’s Shadow Puppetry

Michael Hadzantonis

Linguoconceptual Analysis of Deceit in Herodotus’ Histories

Anna Polishchuk

Liminality, Metaphor and Place in the Farming Landscape of Tinos: The Village of Kampos

Maria Vidali

Meshamdutho and Meshumad le-Teavon: Motivation of Evil Doers in Syriac and Hebrew Terminological-Conceptual Traditions

Avraham Yoskovich

New Linguistic Horizons in Medieval Europe

Alexander Klestov

Pomak Language Unbounded… Through an Anthropological View

Elisabeth Ioannidou

Sustaining A Regional Dialect in Greece: Karpathos Island and its Linguistic Heritage

Michael Hadzantonis

Should I Return as the Subaltern?: Greek Diaspora and its Linguistic Connections with Home

Michael Hadzantonis

The Impact of Erasmus+ Mobilities on European Identity: Insights from Sofia University

Penka Hristova and Katerina Hristozova

The Theoritical View of Advertising Discourse

Aziza Sherboboevna Kholboboeva

COGNITIVE ANTHROPOLOGY AND LANGUAGE

Second Language Identity Formation through Russian Folklore Texts

Inna Rubakova and Antonio Carluccio

The Role of Schemata in Literacy

Viktória Gergelyová and Ildikó Vančo

ETHNOGRAPHY OF COMMUNICATION

Aspects of Urban Ethnography in Greece, 1960-2020. The View from Folklore

Georgios Kouzas

Management of Language Boundaries: Autoethnography by a Documentary Film about an Arvanitika Language Community in Greece

Elena Botsi

The Relationship between Socialization and Cultural Convergence among Youth

Vahid Hojjatinikoo

THEORETICAL AND APPLIED SOCIOLINGUISTICS

A Linguistic and Cultural History of the Spleen in the Romanophone Europe

Ecaterina Pavel

Culture, Identity and Language Use in Morocco

Monica Malamud

Global Governance: A Discursive-communicational Approach

Luisa Godinho

Greek English Code Switching Practices in Diasporic Societies: A Comparative Study between Adelaide, Australia and Queens, New York

Michael Hadzantonis

Term-Phraseological Units in Professionally Oriented Texts: Semantic and Structural Peculiarities (On the Material of LSP Insurance)

Elena Monakhova and Elena Yurieva

The Social Dimension of Language Impairment

Evangelia Kyritsi and Spyridoula Vadokosta

Unbounded Languages – Translanguaging as the New Language

Claudia Kunschak and Birgit Strotmann

LANGUAGE, COMMUNITY, ETHNICITY

An Initial landscaping of the Dialects across Greece: Towards an Extended Ethnography

Michael Hadzantonis

Contested Boundaries and Language Variants in A Balkan Capital City

Grace Fielder

Language and Intercultural Communication

Fatiha Guessabi

Mapping Out Race: How Afro-Iranian Migrations Redefine the Aryan Myth

Sarah Boroujerdi

Multilingualism in Russian Popular Music Discourse

Evgeniya Aleshinskaya

Representations of Refugees, Traffickers and Local People in Greek Literature during the European Migrant Crisis (2014-1018)

Christina Linardaki and Marie Lavrentiadou

Relationship between the Identity and Language Attitudes toward Mother Tongue among Young Udmurt People and Slovakian Hungarians

Ildikó Vančo and István Kozmács

Urban Peripheries in Europe and the Construction of New Semantic Spaces

Cinzia Colaiuda

LANGUAGE IDEOLOGIES

Language Ideology and Language Preservation. Case of A Fala de Xálima (Cáceres, Spain)

Bartosz Dondelewski

Politics of French in Canada: Reminiscence of Past European History with a New Twist

Sylvie Roy

Redefining The Concept of Language – On the Example of the Women’s Strike “language” in Poland (2020)

Iliana Genew-Puhalewa

The Power of National Identity at the Grapho-Phonological Level: A Case in Italian

Stefano Presutti

LANGUAGE IN REAL AND VIRTUAL SPACES

Cinematography « sans frontières .” International Cultural Metaphors and Commonplaces in the Romanian Cinema Terminology

Melania Roibu and Helga-Iuliana Bogdan Oprea

Using Folk Constructions / Phrases in Mass Media Language

Rudnev Viacheslav

LANGUAGE MINORITIES AND MAJORITIES

A Minority Language in the Shadow of the State Language: Bilingual Communication of Mayor’s Office

Patrik Schulcz and Gizella Szabómihálya

Multilingualism and Handwritten Signature: The Case of Palestinian Arab Higher Education Students Israel

Deia Ganayim

NARRATIVE AND METANARRATIVE

Memory Shaping in Migration Age: Amal’s Walking

Vildan Mahmutoglu

Navigating Identity Dilemmas in Oral Narratives by Women with Turner Syndrome

Kamila Ciepiela

ORAL HERITAGE

Language, Identity and Militantism in Contemporary Corsica. An investigation from a tradition of improvised singing called “chjam’è rispondi”

Giovanni Ragni

New Methodological Orientations of Greek Folklore

Manolis Varvounis

Singing Fado in contemporary Lisbon: Questions of boundedness

Olga Kakosimou

Sustaining Regional Linguistic Ideologies in Greece: Responding to the Question of Hellenism

Michael Hadzantonis

TEXT, CONTEXT, ENTEXTUALIZATION

Verbal Suggestion within the Russian World-View War against Ukraine. Technologies of Counter-Suggestion

Nataliia Slukhai and Sergii Slukhai

Wealth in Hellenistic Poetry, bet(W)een continuity and recomposition

Sandrine Coin-Longeray