Dr. Giuseppe G. A. Celano
Email: celano (at) informatik.uni-leipzig.de
Giuseppe holds a degree in ‘Lettere classiche’ and a PhD in Classical Philology. Before moving to Leipzig University, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Section of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics at the University of Pavia, where he worked on a German-Italian project on argument structure in Ancient Greek and Yucatec Maya.
His research focuses on classical languages and their computational treatment. He has been collaborating with the Perseus Project to expand the Ancient Greek and Latin Treebank since 2011.
Linguistic annotation and data extraction with XQuery. Winter or Summer Semester.
Selected Recent Publications:
For a full list of publications see: https://sites.google.com/site/giuseppegacelano/publications
- Celano, Giuseppe G. A and Gregory Crane. 2015. Semantic Role Annotation in the Ancient Greek Dependency Treebank. In Dickinson Markus et al., Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Workshop on Treebanks and linguistic Theories (TLT14), 26-34.
- Celano, Giuseppe G. A. 2014. A computational study on preverbal and postverbal accusative object nouns and pronouns in Ancient Greek. The Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics 101.
- Celano, Giuseppe G. A. 2014. Guidelines for the annotation of the Ancient Greek Dependency Treebank 2.0. https://github.com/PerseusDL/treebank_data/edit/master/AGDT2/guidelines.
- Celano, Giuseppe G. A. 2013. Argument-focus and predicate-focus structure in Ancient Greek: word order and phonology. Studies in Language 37:2.
- Celano, Giuseppe G. A. 2013. Word order. in Geogios K. Giannakis (ed.), Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek language and linguistics. Leiden: Brill (download it here).