Mark Janse

List of John Benjamins publications for which Mark Janse plays a role.

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Subjects Language policy | Sociolinguistics and Dialectology


This study focuses on changes in the vowel system of contemporary Mišótika Cappadocian. It presents an acoustic analysis of the vowels of Mišótika, based on recordings of 16 native speakers from two different Cappadocian communities in Northern Greece. Our analysis shows that the current vowel… read more | Chapter
Janse, Mark. 2008. 6. Clitic doubling from Ancient to Asia Minor Greek. Clitic Doubling in the Balkan Languages, Kallulli, Dalina and Liliane Tasmowski (eds.), pp. 165–202
In Modern Greek, clitic doubling is a grammatical device that marks clitic doubled object NPs as topics. Clitic doubling involving the fronting of the clitic doubled NP is called topicalization or, if combined with a boundary pause, topic left-dislocation. Topic left-dislocation is obligatory in… read more | Article
Janse, Mark. 2000. Convergence and Divergence in the Development of the Greek and Latin Clitic Pronouns. Stability, Variation and Change of Word-Order Patterns over Time, Sornicola, Rosanna, Erich Poppe and Ariel Shisha-Halevy (eds.), pp. 231 ff.
Janse, Mark. 1998. Cappadocian Clitics and the Syntax-Morphology Interface. Themes in Greek Linguistics: Volume II, Joseph, Brian D., Geoffrey C. Horrocks and Irene Philippaki-Warburton (eds.), pp. 257 ff.