Foteini Karkaletsou

Office: Building 57, Room 423

E-mail: karkalet [at]

Phone: +49(0)-631-205-5052

Fax: +49(0)-631-205-5182

Curriculum Vitae


Academic Employment

since April 2022
Doctoral student / wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Psycholinguistics and Language Development group, Department of Social Sciences, University of Kaiserslautern

June 2019 – September 2020
Research assistant, Department of English and American Studies, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany



April 2018 – July 2018
Internship at PRIM (Potsdam Research Institute for Multilingualism), University of Potsdam, Germany

October 2017 – September 2020
Master of Science in Linguistics, Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Potsdam, Germany

October 2015 – July 2016
Erasmus studies (BA), Department of German as a Foreign Language (DaF), Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany

September 2013 – July 2017
Bachelor of Arts in German Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece



October 2020 – March 2022
SFB scholarship for early-stage researchers, CRC 1412, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany


Selected Conferences / Workshops

Karkaletsou, F. & Alexiadou, A. (November 21, 2021). Synthetic-Analytic variation in the formation of Greek comparatives and relative superlatives: a corpus study. Talk at CAR21, Humboldt University of Berlin. Berlin, Germany.

Karkaletsou, F. & Paspali, A. (May 13–15, 2021). Gender agreement in mixed Greek-German nominal phrases: a study with Heritage Speakers. Poster /Mini presentation at AMGL41, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki, Greece (virtual).



Journal articles
Alexiadou, A., Rizou, V., Tsokanos, N. & Karkaletsou, F. (2020). Gender agreement mismatches in heritage Greek. Languages, 6(1), 3.

Conference proceedings
Karkaletsou, F. & Paspali, A. (in press). Gender agreement in mixed Greek-German Nominal Phrases: A study with Heritage Speakers. AMGL41 Proceedings.

Paspali, A., Karkaletsou, F. & Alexiadou, A. (in press). When morphology is not enough: structural representations in the acquisition and processing of voice in monolingual and bilingual children. AMGL41 Proceedings.