PHDS LITERATURE AND CULTURE

PhDs Literature and Culture (since 2000)

  • Efrosini-Argyroula Manta (2021). “Me Myself and I”: What Did it Mean to Be Emily Dickinson?
  • Michail Fountoulakis (2021). Antigone’s Tragic “Sisters” in HD’s HER and Plath’s The Bell Jar
  • Panagiotis Gerakis (2021). Masculinities in “Crisis”: Representations of Μale Ιdentities in the Fiction of Jonathan Coe, J. M. Coetzee, Philip Roth, Christos Tsiolkas [Abstract]
  • Marinou Chrysi (2020).Walter Benjamin, Dorothy Richardson and Henry James: The Gendered Subject in the Metropolis at the Turn of the Century
  • Giannakopoulos Georgios (2018). Literary Hauntologies: Mourning, Writing, Spectrality
  • Diomi Georgia (2017). Fictions and Frictions: The Confrontation of Science and the Occult in Victorian and Early Twentieth-Century Fiction
  • Ragousi Ioanna (2017). Writing Technologies of the Body in the Work of Djuna Barnes and Gertrude Stein
  • Athanasios Dimakis (2015). “In a Greek Light": Hellenic Moral Vision in the Philosophy and Fiction of Iris Murdoch [Abstract]
  • Angeliki Tseti (2015). Photo-Literature and Trauma: From Collective History to Connective Memory [Abstract]
  • Dimitrios Kassis (2014). Representations of the North in Victorian Travel Literature [Abstract]
  • Maria Pirgerou (2014). The Vicissitudes of Victorian Masculinity: The Case of the Bachelor [Abstract]
  • Paraskevi Malliarou (2009). Blake as Yeats’s “Other” within the Framework of Jungian Theory [Abstract]
  • Pavlina Ferfeli (2009). Poetics of Identity: Mina Loy Voicing the Fluid Female Body [Abstract]
  • Emmanouil Aretoulakis (2004). The Reality of the Artificial in English Renaissance Prose: The Case of Thomas More’s Utopia and Philip Sidney’s New Arcadia [Abstract]
  • Vassilis Manoussakis (2004). The Multiple Facades of a Mythic Figure in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath [Abstract]
  • Argyrios Ioannis Protopapas (2004). Love and Self-consciousness: The Visionary Enterprise in Shelley’s Poetry [Abstract]
  • Vassilios G. Stavropoulos (2004). The Poetics of Learning in the Texts of Gary Snyder [Abstract]
  • Andonis Panayiotou (2003). A study of English translations of Greek Cypriot Poetry [Abstract]
  • Elizabeth-Christina Mattheu (2001). “Britannia's poet! Graecias hero sleeps!...”: Philhellenic Poetry by Women, 1817-1852 [Abstract]
  • Evdokia Papadopoulou-Kambisi (2001). Gary Snyder’s Mythopoetics and its Educational value: A Deconstructionist Approach [Abstract]
  • Garifallia Syrigou-Dorizas (2000). The Fiction of Flannery O’Connor and Buber’s I and thou [Abstract]