Multimedia and Graphic Arts
Cyprus University of Technology
Evangelos Kourdis is Assistant Professor of Translation Semiotics in the Department of French Language & Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He holds a University degree from the Department of French Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and part of his studies were at the Department of Linguistics and Didactics and at the Institute of Experimental Phonetics at the University of Strasbourg. He has a master’s degree in Sociolinguistics from the Interdisciplinary Program of Postgraduate Studies in Sciences and Technologies of Language and Communication of the Faculty of Philosophy at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and a master’s degree (D.E.A.) in Semiotics from the Department of Sciences of Languages at the University of Rouen. He also holds a PhD in the Sciences and Theories of the Language and Communication of the Faculty of Philosophy at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
Communication and Media, Social Science, Sociolinguistics, Linguistics, Semiotics, Translation Attitudes, Ideology.
Papadima A, Kourdis E (2015) Global meets local: typographic practices and the semiotic role of subtitling in the creation of parodies in Cypriot dialect on Internet texts. Social Semiotics 26: 59-75.
Kourdis E (2016) The Velopoulos-Liakopoulos Phenomenon. Α semiotic approach to the explosion of Greek conspiracy theories and urban legends in the economic crisis. Lexia 23: 225-244.
Zafiri Makrina, Kourdis Evangelos (2017) Languages in Contact, Cultures in Contact: Verbal and Iconic Visual Signs in Mother Tongue and Culture as Mediators in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Signs and Society 5: 35-68.