She works at the classics department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Her research interests include the theory and history of translation with emphasis on the reception of Greek antiquity, historiography and philosophy of history, the relations between ancient and modern European thought and critical theory. She is the author of Towards a New Athens? Translating Dêmokratia in Nineteenth-Century English Thought (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2011) and of articles on the translation and reception of antiquity, the history of political thought and historiography. She has edited the volumes The Western Time of Ancient History: Historiographical Encounters with the Greek and Roman Pasts (Cambridge UP, 2011), and Knowing Future Time in and through Greek Historiography (De Gruyter 2016) and coedited, with Vanda Zajko, the volume Translation and the Classic: Identity as Change in the History of Culture (Oxford UP, 2008) and with Giuseppe Cambiano the volume Critical History of Ancient Philosophy (Edinburgh UP, forthcoming).




He was born in Athens. He studied music in the Hellenic Conservatoire and in the University of Sheffield where he graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor in Music (Hons). Consecutively, he studied for a Master’s in Music by research in the same university in the fields of musicology and conducting graduating in 2004.
He has published papers and articles in major Greek and foreign musical and musicological periodicals. He has participated in several international conferences presenting his research work, which is mainly focused on the topic of music and war, music and memory and more specifically on music in the Second World War in Greece. He is the editor of two books, namely Manolis Kalomiris – 50 years after. Athens: Fagotto Books, 2013 (with Nikos Maliaras) and Autobiography and Archive of Alekos Xenos. Athens: Benaki Museum Publications, 2013. His recent publications include the entries "Fascism" and "War Music" in Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Encyclopedia ed. Thompson, William Forde (New York: Sage Publications, 2014), pp. 455-458 and 1180-1183.
He has worked as a musicologist and a coordinator for educational projects in the Music Library of Greece “Lilian Voudouri” and from January 2013 he is Head of the “Erol Üçer” Music Library and a Lecturer of Historical Musicology at MIAM (Center for Advanced Studies in Music) in the Istanbul Technical University.



She is a lecturer in the Department of Theatre Studies at the University of Athens. She is a graduate of the same department and she was awarded a PhD degree with honors from this department in 2008. Her dissertation entitled “The phenomenon of female celebrity during the 19th century in Greece” was funded by the Research Grants Program: Heraclitus and has been published (Herodotos ed., 2014). She has been scientific collaborator and assistant for organizing a series of research programs implemented by the Department of Theatre Studies of the University of Athens with co-financing from the European Social Fund and national resources. She has also been participated in several Scientific Meetings and Conferences both in Greece and abroad. She has published articles in scientific magazines and omnibus volumes. Her research interests include the history and the theory of acting, the history of Modern Greek theatre in the 19th and the early 20th century, gender theory and celebrity culture in theatre studies




He was born in Athens in 1983. He graduated from the Department of Theatre Studies of the University of Athens in 2006 and got his MA from the Department of Modern Greek Literature of the University of Crete in 2010. In December 2014 he supported his doctoral thesis at the University of Crete on “The reception of Cretan Literature by the Greek and European critical discourse of the 19th century: From ‘popular literature’ in the National Literary Canon” (supervisor: Stefanos Kaklamanis). From 2010 to date he has participated in many international conferences and his papers have been published in journals such as O Eranistes and Kretika Chronika. His research deals mainly with the reception of older Modern Greek literature, the nature of Phanariot literature, but in the essence they investigate the formation of Modern Greek cultural identity in the 19th century. He specializes in the older Modern Greek literature (17th-19th c.) and its place in the discourse networks of reception, criticism, literary history and the history of ideas.




She is a graduate of the Department of French Language and Literature of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She did postgraduate studies at the Neohellenic Institute at the Sorbonne. In 2007 she received a PHD of the Department of Classical Studies of the University of Sorbonne (Paris 4). The subject of his doctoral thesis was: «The Ephemeris. A Liberal Greek newspaper in Habsburg’s Vienna ».
From 2012 she is Senior lecturer at the Neohellenic Institute at the Sorbonne where she teaches literature and at postgraduate level intercultural relations between Greece and Europe in the 18th and 19th century (ideology, language, identity) with particular emphasis on the mediations, the history of ideas and the press of the 18th and 19th century. She is also responsible of the development of the new curriculum of Modern Greek at the Inter-University Centre for Language Learning (SIAL) of the University of Sorbonne.
From 2013 she is president of the French Society of Modern Greek Studies and since September 2015 treasurer of the European Society of Modern Greek Studies.
She is external associate of the Research Funding Program "THALES - Cultural mediation and formation of the "national character" in the periodical press of the 19th century (Chrysallis) ".