Review of Theory and Praxis of Music

Athanasios Soultatis

He is a linguist. He has completed two Master degrees (MA & MRes) in Linguistics – of which the latter focused on Phonology – at the University of Essex under the supervision of Dr Wyn Johnson. Currently he is doing his third year of PhD studies in Linguistics at University College London, under the supervision of Prof. Andrew Nevins. The main focus of his studies is Phonology and his thesis topic is the syllable structure of Modern Standard Greek and its contrast with other Modern Greek varieties. Other areas of interest include language typology, Greek dialectology, as well as endangered languages and linguistic varieties preservation. He is an active participant in the efforts of preserving and promoting the whistled language of Antia in Greece, both as a researcher and as one of the organisers of the Whistled Language Meetings.