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PhDs Literature and Culture (since 2000)

2000  
Garifallia Syrigou-Dorizas The Fiction of Flannery O’Connor and Buber’s I and thou
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2001  
Elizabeth-Christina Mattheu “Britannia's poet! Graecias hero sleeps!...”: Philhellenic Poetry by Women, 1817-1852
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Evdokia Papadopoulou-Kambisi Gary Snyder’s Mythopoetics and its Educational value: A Deconstructionist Approach
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2003  
Andis Panayiotou A Study of English Translations of Greek Cypriot Poetry
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2004  
Emmanouil Aretoulakis The Reality of the Artificial in English Renaissance Prose: The Case of Thomas More’s Utopia and Philip Sidney’s New Arcadia
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Vassilis Manoussakis The Multiple Facades of a Mythic Figure in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath
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Argyrios Ioannis Protopapas Love and Self-consciousness: The Visionary Enterprise in Shelley’s Poetry
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Vassilios G. Stavropoulos The Poetics of Learning in the Texts of Gary Snyder
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2009  
Pavlina Ferfeli Poetics of Identity: Mina Loy Voicing the Fluid Female Body
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Paraskevi Malliarou Blake as Yeats’s “Other” within the Framework of Jungian Theory
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2014  
Dimitrios Kassis Representations of the North in Victorian Travel Literature
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Maria Pirgerou The Vicissitudes of Victorian Masculinity: The Case of the Bachelor
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2015  
Athanasios Dimakis

“In a Greek Light": Hellenic Moral Vision in the Philosophy & Fiction of Iris Murdoch
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Angeliki Tseti

Literature in the Αge of Photographic Reproduction: The Case of Photo-Texts Describing War and Suffering
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