Tsagalis Christos


Rank: 
Professor
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2310 997254
Office: 
207 n.b.
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Tuesday 11.00-12.00

Christos C. Tsagalis studied Classics at the Universities of Athens (B.A. 1992), King’s College London (M.A. 1993) and Cornell (Ph.D 1998). He has been a postdoctoral fellow of the National Fellowship Foundation (2000-2001) and has taught at the Universities of Crete (2000-2001), and Athens (2001-2008). Since 2013 he is Professor of Ancient Greek Literature at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

His research interests include Homer, Hesiod, and the Greek epigram. He has written the following books: (1) Epic Grief: Personal Laments in Homer's Iliad (Walter de Gruyter 2004); (2) The Oral Palimpsest: Exploring Intertextuality in the Homeric Epics (Harvard University Press 2008); (3) Inscribing Sorrow: Fourth-Century Attic Funerary Epigrams (Walter de Gruyter 2008); (4) From Listeners to Viewers: Space in the Iliad (Harvard University Press 2012); 5) Ομηρικές μελέτες: προφορικότητα, διακειμενικότητα, νεοανάλυση (Manolis Triantafyllidis Foundation, 2016)· (6) Early Greek Epic Fragments: Genealogical and Antiquarian Epic (Walter de Gruyter 2017) as well as articles on Homer, Hesiod, Bacchylides, Herodotus, and Xenophon.

He has co-edited the following volumes: (1) Μουσάων Αρχώμεθα: Hesiod and Archaic Greek Epic (Αthens 2006) (with N.P. Bezantakos, in Modern Greek), (2) Prizes and Contests in the Homeric Epics, Αthens, Center for Odyssean Studies 2007 ( with A. Rengakos), (3) Αncient Greek Tragedy: Theory and Praxis (Αthens 2008) (with Α. Μarkantonatos), (4) Brill's Companion to Hesiod (Leiden 2009, with F. Montanari and A. Rengakos), (5)  Allusion, Authority, and Truth: Critical Perspectives on Greek Poetic and Rhetorical Praxis (Berlin-New York 2010, Walter de Gruyter, with Phillip Mitsis), (6) Homeric Hypertextuality, a special issue of the journal Trends in Classics, (2010 Walter de Gruyter), (7) Homeric Contexts: Neoanalysis and the Interpretation of Oral Theory (Walter de Gruyter 2012 with F. Montanari and A. Rengakos), (8) C. Tsagalis (ed.), Theban Resonances in Homeric Epic, a special issue of the journal Trends in Classics, Walter de Gruyter (2014), (9) M. Fantuzzi and C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and its Ancient Reception, Cambridge University Press, (2015), (10) C. Tsagalis (ed.), Poetry in Fragments: Studies on the Hesiodic Corpus and its Afterlife, Walter de Gruyter (2017), (11) The Winnowing Oar: New Perspectives in Homeric Studies (Walter ded Gruyter 2017, with Α. Μarkantonatos), (12) Homer in Performance: Rhapsodes, Narrators, and Characters, University of Texas Press (with J. Ready, 2018). Other publications include «Poet and Audience: from Homer to Hesiod» (ed. by F. Montanari & A. Rengakos, La poesie epique grecque: metamorphoses d’un genre litteraire, Entretiens sur l’antiquite classique, Fondation Hardt, 2006), pp. 79-130· «Ελληνιστικό επίγραμμα: η λόγια εκζήτηση μιας ολιγόστιχης μορφής» (επιμ. Φ. Μανακίδου & Κ. Σπανουδάκης, Αlexandrian Muse: Continuity and Innovation in Hellenistic Poetry (Athens 2008), pp. 325-416.

Dr Tsagalis is also teaching at the Hellenic Open University and is editor of the series Κλασική Γραμματεία, Metaichmio Publications is co-editor (with Jonathan Ready, University of Indiana, Bloomington) of the international peer-reviewed journal YAGE (Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic) published by Brill.

Christos C. Tsagalis

Professor in Ancient Greek Literature

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

 1988-1992: BA in Classics, University of Athens.
1993-1993: MA in Classics, University of London, King’s College.
1993-1998: Ph.D. in Classics, Cornell University

PhD Dissertation
The Improvised Laments in the Iliad, Ithaca, NY: University Microfilm Incorporation, 1998 (supervisor: P. Pucci).

MA Thesis
The Language of the Homeric Similes, London: University of London, King’s College (supervisor: M.S. Silk)
 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

1. 2013-: Professor in Ancient Greek Literature, Department of Philology, Faculty of Classics, Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki

2. 2009-2013: Associate Professor in Ancient Greek Literature, Department of Philology, Faculty of Classics, Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki

3. 2005-2009: Assistant Professor in Ancient Greek Literature, Department of Philology, Faculty of Classics, University of Athens

4. 2001-2005: Lecturer in Ancient Greek Literature, Department of Philology, Faculty of Classics, University of Athens

5. 2000-2001: Instructor in Classics, Department of Philology, Faculty of Classics, University of Crete

6. 2000-2001: Instructor in Classics (College Year in Athens)

7. 2000-2001: Instructor in Classics (Arcadia Center for Greek, Mediterannean, Balkan Studies & Research in Athens)

 

SCHOLARSHIPS-MERITS-AWARDS

1. Research Scholarship, Foundation for Education and European Culture (2017-2018).

2. Research Grant by the Researhc Committee of AUTh (3500 Euros) for the completion of the research project: An edition with commentary of fragments of genealogical and antiquarian epic (2014).

3. Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University, Fellow, January-June 2014.

4. Research Scholarship, Foundation for Education and European Culture (2010-2011).

5. Academy of Athens, Award for best book published by a Greek scholar in the field of Classical Philology for the year 2007.

6. Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University, summer scholarship (2002).

7. Erasmus Visiting Scholar, University of Aarhus (2002).

8. Post-doctoral Fellowship, National Research Foundation (2001-2002).

9. Graduate Fellowship, Cornell University, Department of Classics (1993-1998).

10. Award of Merit for excellence during the third year of undergraduate studies, University of Athens, Department of Philology (1991).

11. Papadakis Foundation Scholarship (1989-1992).

 

BOOKS

1. Epic Grief: Personal Laments in Homer's Iliad. Untersuchungen zur antiken Literatur und Geschichte, Band 70, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin-New York 2004.

2. The Oral Palimpsest: Exploring Intertextuality in the Homeric Epics. Hellenic Studies, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA & London, England 2008.

3. Inscribing Sorrow: Fourth-Century Attic Funerary Epigrams. Trends in Classics, Band 1, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin-New York, 2008.

4. From Listeners to Viewers: Space in the Iliad, Center for Hellenic Studies/Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA & London, England 2012.

5. Ομηρικές μελέτες: προφορικότητα, διακειμενικότητα, νεοανάλυση (Manolis Triantafyllidis Foundation, 2016).

6. Early Greek Epic Fragments: Genealogical and Antiquarian Epic (Walter de Gruyter 2017)

 

EDITED VOLUMES

1. N. Μπεζαντάκος & Χ. Tσαγγάλης (eds.), Μουσάων Αρχώμεθα: ο Ησίοδος και η Αρχαϊκή Επική Ποίηση. Athens 2006.

2. M. Paizi-Apostolopoulou, A. Rengakos & C. Tsagalis (eds.), Άθλα και έπαθλα στα ομηρικά έπη. Ιthaki 2007.

3. A. Mαρκαντωνάτος & Χ. Tσαγγάλης (eds.), Aρχαία Eλληνική Tραγωδία: Θεωρία και Πράξη. Athens 2008.

4. F. Montanari, A. Rengakos, and C. Tsagalis (eds.), Brill's Companion to Hesiod, Leiden 2009.

5. Phil Mitsis & Christos Tsagalis (eds.), Allusion, Authority, and Truth: Critical Perspectives on Greek Poetic and Rhetorical Praxis  (TCSV, de Gruyter 2010).

6. C. Tsagalis (ed.), Homeric Hypertextuality, a special issue of the journal Trends in Classics, (Walter de Gruyter 2010).

7. F. Montanari, A. Rengakos, and C. Tsagalis (eds.), Homeric Contexts: Neoanalysis and the Interpretation of Oral Theory, TCSV, vol. 13, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin-New York 2012.

8. C. Tsagalis (eds.), Theban Resonances in Homeric Epica special issue of the journal Trends in Classics, Walter de Gruyter, (2014).

9. M. Fantuzzi and C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and its Ancient Reception, Cambridge University Press, (2015).

10 C. Tsagalis (ed.), Poetry in Fragments: Studies on the Hesiodic Corpus and its Afterlife, Walter de Gruyter (2017).

11. C. Tsagalis & A. Markantonatos (eds.), The Winnowing Oar: New Perspectives in Homeric StudiesWalter de Gruyter (2017).

12. J. Ready and C. Tsagalis (eds.), Homer in Performances: Rhapsodes, Narrators, and Characters, University of Texas Press (2018).

 

ΑΡΘΡΑ

1. "The Power of Puns: Traditionality and Innovation in the Meleager Tale in Ovid’s Metamorphoses 8.260-546", Πλάτων 50 (1998) 172-189.

2. "Πεφυζότες ἠΰτε νεβροί: Genealogy and Poetic Imagery of a Homeric Formula", SO 76 (2001) 113-129 = "Πεφυζότες ἠΰτε νεβροί: αρχαιολογία και ποιητική εικονοποιία ενός ομηρικού λογοτύπου", Aρχαιογνωσία 11 (2001) 113-132.

3. "Style and Construction, Sound and Rhythm: Thetis’ Supplication to Zeus (Iliad 1.493-516)", Arethusa 34 (2001) 1-29.

4. "Aφήγηση και αφηγητές στην Oδύσσεια: η περίπτωση της Kυκλώπειας", Θαλλώ 12 (2001) 123-138.

5. "Xenophon Homericus: An Unnoticed Loan from the Iliad in Xenophon’s Anabasis", Cl&M 53 (2002) 101-121.

6. "Ἀνδρομάχη μαινομένη: το διονυσιακό στοιχείο στην Iλιάδα", Eλληνικά 52 (2002) 199-225.

7. "Odyssey 24.191-202: A Reconsideration", WSt 116 (2003) 43-56.

8. "The Homeric Formula νυκτὸς ἀμολγῷ", Cl&M 54 (2003) 5-40.

9. "Viewing from the Walls, Viewing Helen: Language and Indeterminacy in the Teichoskopia", ΕΕΦΣΠΑ 34 (2002-2003) 167-193.

10. "The Poetics of Sorrow: Thetis’ Lament in Iliad 18.52-64", QUCC 76 (2004) 9-32.

11. "Ἀχιλλεὺς Ἑλένην ἐπιθυμεῖ θεάσασθαι: από τα Kύπρια στην Iλιάδα", Eλληνικά 55 (2004) 7-26.

12. "Time Games: Helen, Odysseus, and Intertextuality", ΕΕΦΣΠΑ 35 (2003-2004) 109-125.

13. "Tα μοιρολόγια στην Iλιάδα: Δομή, περιεχόμενο, λειτουργία", Θαλλώ 15 (2004) 51-68.

14. "Detextualizing Homer: Intonation Units, Background Knowledge, and the Proems of the Iliad and the Odyssey", ΕΕΦΣΠΑ 36 (2004-2005) 281-291 = Eranos 103 (2005) 55-62.

15. "Poet and Audience: From Homer to Hesiod", in: F. Montanari & A. Rengakos (eds.), La poésie épique grecque: métamorphoses d’ un genre littéraire. Entretiens sur l’ antiquité classique, vol. 52, Fondation Hardt, Vandoeuvres-Genève. Geneva 2006, 79-130.

16. "Δὶς ἑπτά: Allusive Numbering and Narrative Cross-References in Herodotus 1.86.2 and 7.113.5-115.1", Seminari Romani 7 (2006) 239-250.

17. “Ποίηση και ποιητική στη Θεογονία και στα Έργα και Hμέραι του Hσιόδου”, in: N. Μπεζαντάκος & Χ. Tσαγγάλης (eds.), Μουσάων Αρχώμεθα: ο Ησίοδος και η Αρχαϊκή Επική Ποίηση. Aθήνα 2006, 139-255.

18. “The Metaphor of Sailing and the Athlon of Song: Reconsidering the Nautilia in Hesiod’s Works and Days”, in: M. Paizi-Apostolopoulou, A. Rengakos & C. Tsagalis (eds.),  Άθλα και έπαθλα στα ομηρικά έπη. Ithaki 2007, 269-295.

19. "Aινίγματα της επικής αφήγησης: οι παρομοιώσεις στο X της Iλιάδας", Εὐεργεσίη: τόμος χαριστήριος στον Παναγιώτη Ι. Κοντό, Αthens 2007, 327-337.

20. “Mεταμορφώσεις του μύθου: ο τρωικός κύκλος στους τρεις μεγάλους τραγικούς”, in: A. Mαρκαντωνάτος & Χ. Tσαγγάλης (eds.), Αρχαία Ελληνική Τραγωδία: Θεωρία και Πράξη. Athens 2008, 33-115.

21. "Tο ελληνιστικό επίγραμμα", in: F. Manakidou & K. Spanoudakis (eds.), Αλεξανδρινή Μούσα: συνέχεια και νεωτερισμός στην Ελληνιστική ποίηση. Αthens 2008, 325-416.

22. "CEG 594 and Euripides' Erechtheus", ZPE 162 (2008) 9-13.

23. "Naming Helen: Localization, Meter and Semantics of a Homeric Character", in: E. Karamalengou & Eu. Makrygianni (eds.), Ἀντιφίλησις. Studies in Honor of Professor I.-Th. Papademetriou, Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart 2009, 34-47.

24. "Blurring the Boundaries: Dionysus, Apollo and Bacchylides 17", in: L. Athanassaki, R. Martin, J. Miller,Apolline Politics and Poetics, Αthens 2009, 199-215.

25. "Personal Names and Narrative Techniques in Xenophon’s Anabasis", in: J. Grethlein and A. Rengakos (eds.), Narratology and Interpretation: The Content of the Form in Ancient Texts, TCSV 3, Berlin-New York 2009, 451-479.

26. “Hesiodic Poetry and Poetics”, στο: F. Montanari, A. Rengakos, and C. Tsagalis (eds.), Brill's Companion to Hesiod, Leiden 2009, 131-177. 

27. “Reading Space: Stage, Narrative and intertext in the Encounter between Diomedes and Glaucus in Iliad6”, in: Phil Mitsis & Christos Tsagalis (eds.), Allusion, Authority, and Truth: Critical Perspectives on Greek Poetic and Rhetorical Praxis  (TCSV, de Gruyter 2010), 87-113.

28. “The Dynamic Hypertext: Lists and Catalogues in the Homeric Epics”, in: C. Tsagalis (ed.), Homeric Hypertextuality, a special issue of the journal Trends in Classics, (2010 Walter de Gruyter), 323-347.

29. "Intertextuality", in: M. Finkelberg (ed.), Homer Encyclopedia, 3 vols. London (Blackwell), 2011, 413-414.

30. "The Heracles Theme: From Inscriptional to Literary Epigram", RFIC 139.1 (2011) 43-100.

31. "De-Authorizing the Epic Cycle: Odysseus' False Tale to Eumaeus (Od. 14.199-359)" in: F. Montanari, A. Rengakos, and C. Tsagalis (eds.), Homer in the 21st Century, TCSV 13, Berlin-New York 2012: 309-345.

32. "Cypria, fr. 19 (PEG 1 & West): A Reconsideration", RFIC 140.2 (2012) 1-33.

33. "Towards an Oral, Intertextual Neoanlysis", TC 3.2 (2012) 209-244.

34. "Typhon and Eumelus' Titanomachy", 5.1 (2013) 19-48.

35. "The Rock of Ajax: Posidippus 19.9 A-B", Lexis 31 (2013) 1-10.

36. "Verses Attributed to the Telegony: frr. 1 and 2 (West)", Classical Quarterly (2014) 64.2: 448-461.

37. "Epic Diction", in: G. Giannakis (ed.), Brill's Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics (2014), vol. I, 548-557.

38. "gynaion heineka doron: on Interformularity and Intertraditionality in Archaic Greek Epic", in: C. Tsagalis (ed.), Theban Resonances in Homeric Epic, a special issue of the journal Trends in Classics 6.2, (2014) 357-398.

39. "Introduction", in: M. Fantuzzi and C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and its Ancient Reception, Cambridge University Press, 2015: 1-40.

40. "Telegony", in: M. Fantuzzi and C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and its Ancient Reception, Cambridge University Press, 2015: 380-401.

41. "The Gods in the Epic Cycle", in: J. Clauss, M. Cuyjpers, A. Kahane (eds.), Gods in Poetics: Writing Polytheism in Greek Hexameter Poetry (2016) 95-117, Franz Steiner Verlag.

42. "Placing the Muses: Eumelus frr. 34-35 West", Research Bulletin of the Center for Hellenic Studies 2.2 (digital edition).

43. "Panathenaea", στο: C. Pache (επιμ.), Cambridge Encyclopedia of Homer (forthcoming 2017). 

44. "Pisistratus", στο: C. Pache (επιμ.), Cambridge Encyclopedia of Homer (forthcoming 2017). 

45. “Homeric Resonances: Three Modes of Intertextuality in Literary Epigram”, in: Y. Durbec, D. Pralon, and F. Trabjer (επιμ.), Homère épigrammatique: La tradition homérique dans les épigrammes grecques et latines (forthcoming 2017). 

46. "Sound-Play in the Hesiodic Catalogue of Women", in: C. Tsagalis (ed.), Poetry in Fragments: The Hesiodic Corpus and its Afterlife, Walter de Gruyter (forthcoming 2017). 

47. "Ἀπ᾽/κατ᾽ αἰγίλιπος πέτρης: Homeric Iconyms and Hittite Answers", in: C. Tsagalis and A. Markantonatos (eds.), The Winnowing Oar: New Perspectives in Homeric Poetry Walter de Gryuter (forthcoming 2017). 

48. "Rhapsodic performances in the Archaic Period", in: J. Ready and C. Tsagalis (eds.), Homer in Performance: Rhapsodes, Narrators, and Characters, University of Texas Press (forthcoming 2018). 

49.  "Rhapsodes and perfomance in the Hellenistic Period", in: J. Ready and C. Tsagalis (eds.), Homer in Performance: Rhapsodes, Narrators, and Characters, University of Texas Press (forthcoming 2018). 

50. "The Homeric question: Abbée d'Aubignac and after", in: A. Makrinos & Ch.-P. Manolea (eds), Brill's Companion to the Reception of Homer from Byzantium to the Enlightenment (2018). 

51. "Unplaced Epic Fragments revisited: Eumelus frr. 31-35 West", in: M. Alexandrou, C. Carey, and G. B. D'Alessio (eds.), Song Regained: Working with Greek Poetic Fragments. Walter de Gruyter (2018). 

52. "Το ησιόδειο έπος΅ειδολογικά και ερμηνευτικά ζητήματα", forthcoming, Academy of Athens (seminars in epic poetry), 2018. 

53. "Boughs and Daggers: Reconsidering Aeschylus' Suppliants", Festschrift in honor of M. Finkelberg (forthcoming), 2018.

 

ΑΛΛΕΣ ΔΗΜΟΣΙΕΥΣΕΙΣ

1. “Όμηρος και Aνατολή”, Eλευθεροτυπία (ένθετο Iστορικά, 26-31), 08.07.04.

2. “Προμηθέας: φωτοδότης και λυτρωτής”, Kαθημερινή, 11.08.02.

3. “Hλέκτρα: από τον Hσίοδο στους τραγικούς”, Kαθημερινή, 16.06.02

4. G. Nagy, Homeric Questions (Texas University Press, Austin 1996), βιβλιοπαρουσίαση στην εφημερίδα TO BHMA 26.04.98.

5. "Θουκυδίδης", στο: Μεγάλοι Έλληνες, τρίτομη έκδοση του ΣΚΑΪ και της Καθημερινής, 2010.

 

ΒΙΒΛΙΟΚΡΙΣΙΕΣ

1. Irene de Jong, A Narratological Commentary on the Odyssey, Ἑλληνικά 53.1 (2003) 181-185.

2. Jon Steffens Bruss, Hidden Presences: Monuments, Gravesites, and Corpses in Greek Funerary Epigram, Classical World 100 (2007) 312-313.

3. Φλ. Μανακίδου, Στρατηγικές της Οδύσσειας, Journal of the International Society for the Study of Eurοpean Ideas 2007, 783.

4. Adrian Kelly, A Referential Commentary and Lexicon to Homer, Iliad VIII, BMCR 2008 (2008.1.25).

5. A. Sutter, Lament, Classical World 103.4 (2010) 545-546.

6. Aceti (C.), Leuzzi (D.), Pagani (L.) (edd.) Eroi nell Iliade.
 Personaggi e strutture narrative, Classical Review 59.2 (2009) 333-335.

7. St. Reece, Homer's Winged Words: The Evolution of Early Greek Epic Diction in The Light of Oral Theory. Leiden-Boston 2009, Classical World 2011.

8. Α. Sens, Asclepiades of Samos. Oxford 2010, Classical World 105.2 (2012) 299-300.

9. James I. Porter, The Origins of Aesthetic Thought in Ancient Greece. Cambridge, Classical Journal ( 2012.07.10, pp. 1-3.).

10. S. Said, The Odyssey & Homer, Oxford 2011, BMCR 2012 (2012.02.03).

11. E. Minchin (ed.), Orality, Literacy and Performance in the Ancient World, vol. 9 of the series Orality and Literacy in the Ancient World, Leiden, Brill 2012, Ancient History Bulletin (2012) 128-130. 

12. Irene J.F. de Jong (ed.), Space in Ancient Greek Literature, Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative, Volume Three, Mnemosyne Supplements 339, Brill, Leiden 2012, Mnemosyne  (2013) 846-851.

13. M. Obryk, Unsterblichkeitsglaube in den griechischen Versinschriften, UaLG, Band 108, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin-New York, Sehepunkte 2-13.

14. Jong, I.J.F. de (ed.). Space in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative, Volume ΙΙΙ (Mnemosyne Supplements, 339). Leiden 2012, Mnemosyne 66 (2013) 846-851.

15. V. Garulli, Byblos Lainee: Epigrafia, Letteratura, Epitafio, Eikasmos (Quaderni Bolognesi di Filologia Classica), Studi 20, Bologna 2012, Lexis 31 (2013) 435-438.

16. G. Lambin, Le Chantuer Hésiode. Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2012, Gnomon 87 (2015) 359-360.

 

ΕDITED BOOKS (in translation)

1. E. Δ. Kαρακάντζα, Aρχαίοι ελληνικοί μύθοι. O θεωρητικός λόγος του 2Oού αιώνα για τη φύση και την ερμηνεία τους, Aθήνα 2004.

2. K. Aλεξοπούλου, Mορφές χρονικότητας στον Όμηρο, Aθήνα 2004.

3. M. Lefkowitz, Θεοί και Aθάνατοι, μτφρ. A. Mελίστα, Aθήνα 2005.

4. J.-P. Vernant, Mύθος και κοινωνία στην αρχαία Eλλάδα, μτφρ. K. Aλεξοπούλου, Σ. Γεωργακόπουλος, Aθήνα 2006.

5. Luc Brisson, O Πλάτων, οι λέξεις και οι μύθοι, μτφρ. Σ. Oικονόμου, Aθήνα 2006.

6. Nicole Loraux (επιμ.), Aρχαία Eλλάδα γένους θηλυκού, μτφρ. M. Kουνεζή – Π. Σκόνδρας, Aθήνα 2006.

7. Claude Calame, Oέρωτας στην Aρχαία Eλλάδα, μτφρ. Π. Στέφος, Aθήνα 2006.

8. Neil Hopkinson, Aνθολογία ελληνιστικής ποίησης, μτφρ. A. Tάτση, Aθήνα 2006.

9. E. Bakker - I. F. de Jong - H. van Wees, Eγχειρίδιο ηροδότειων σπουδών, μτφρ. K. Δημοπούλου, Aθήνα 2007.

10. H. Maehler & M. Willcock, Πίνδαρος-Βακχυλίδης, μτφρ. Κ. Δημοπούλου, Αθήνα 2010.

11.  Α. Ρεγκάκος - Α. Τσακμάκης, 32 Μελέτες για τον Θουκυδίδη (Brill's Companion to Thucydides(σε συνεργασία με Α. Ρεγκάκο), εκδ. University Studio Press, Θεσσαλονίκη 2011, σσ. 930.

12. V. Gray, Ξενοφών: περί διακυβέρνησης (Xenophon on Government), εκδ. Καρδαμίτσα, Αθήνα 2011.

13. I. J. F. de Jong, Αφηγηματολογικό υπόμνημα στην Οδύσσεια (A Narratological Commentary on the Odyssey), εκδ. University Studio Press, Θεσσαλονίκη 2011.

14. G. Nagy, Όμηρος ο προ-κλασικός (Homer the Preclassic), Kardamitsa Publications, Athens (forthcomign 2016).

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

1. “Helen and the Language of Fragility in the Iliad.” V Cornell-Harvard-Lille Classics Colloquium (Helen in Ancient Myth, Université de Lausanne, 17-20.05.1995).

2. “The Poetics of Sorrow: The Improvised Laments in Homer’s Iliad.” Delphi (31.07-12.08.2000).

3. “Aφήγηση και αφηγητές στην Oδύσσεια: η περίπτωση της Kυκλώπειας.” Seminar on Ancient Greek Literature, Rethymnon (16.03.2001).

4. “Aφήγηση και αφηγητές στην Oδύσσεια: η περίπτωση της Kυκλώπειας.” Seminar on Ancient Greek Literature, Chania (16.01.2001).

5. “Aφήγηση και αφηγητές στην Oδύσσεια: η περίπτωση της Kυκλώπειας.” Seminar on Ancient Greek Literature, Herakleion (24.11.2000).

6. “Ἀνδρομάχη μαινομένη: μαινάδες και μαιναδισμός στην Iλιάδα.” University of Crete (05.05.2001).

7. “Πάνω σ’ ένα ξένο τείχος, μέσα σ’ ένα ξένο ποίημα: η γλώσσα της Eλένης στην Tειχοσκοπία.” University of Patras (13.03.2002).

8. “Ἀχιλλεὺς Ἑλένην ἐπιθυμεῖ θεάσασθαι: από τα Kύπρια στην Iλιάδα.” University of Athens (26-29.11.2002).

9. “Νυκτὸς ἀμολγῷ: Tracing Origins, Reading Imagery.” University of Aaarchus (17.05.2003).

10. “Tα μοιρολόγια στην Iλιάδα: δομή, περιεχόμενο, λειτουργία.” Seminar on Greek Philology, Ithaki (27-31.08.2003).

11. "Blurring the Boundaries: Dionysus, Apollo, and Bacchylides 17." Apolline Politics and Poetics (4-11.07.2009), European Cultural Center at Delphi.

12. “H μεταφορά του θαλάσσιου ταξιδιού και το ἆθλον της αοιδής: Eπανεξετάζοντας τη «Nαυτιλία» στα Ἔργα καὶ Ἡμέραι του Hσιόδου.” 10th International Conference on Archaic Epic, Center of Odyssean Studies, Ithaki (15-19.09.2004).

13. “Aινίγματα της επικής φωνής: οι παρομοιώσεις στο X της Iλιάδας.” Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Colloquium, 8.11.2004.

14. “Poet and Audience: From Homer to Hesiod.” La poésie épique grecque: métamorphoses d’ un genre littéraire. Fondation Hardt, Vandoeuvres-Genève 2005 (21-26 August).

15. “Intertextual Fissures: The Returns of Odysseus and the New Penelope.” 4th Marks Conference με θέμα Myth and the New Science (Mythography as Psychography), Centre for the Greek and Roman Tradition (27-29.07.2006, University of Bristol).

16. “Euripides’ Erechtheus, CEG 594, and the riddle of its unknown author.” XVIII Cornell-Harvard-Lille Classics Colloquium (Le thrène dans la tragédie grecque, 6-8.06.2007, Université de Lausanne).

17. “Personal Names and Narrative Techniques in Xenophon’s Anabasis.” Narratology and Interpretation: The Content of the Form in Ancient Texts (6-8.12.2007, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki).

18. “Intertextual Fissures: The Returns of Odysseus and the New Penelope.” New York University. 17.04.2008.

19. “Euripides' Erechtheus, CEG 594, and the riddle of its unknown author.” New York University. 22.04.2008.

20. “Σκηνικός, αφηγηματικός, και διακειμενικός χώρος στην εταιρική ομιλία Διομήδη και Γλαύκου.” 23ο Σεμινάριο Ομηρικής Φιλολογίας, Ιθάκη, 16-18 Σεπτεμβρίου 2008.

21. “Euripides' Erechtheus, CEG 594, and the riddle of its unknown author.” Durham University, 29.10.2008.

22. “
Intratextual Lies, Intertextual Truth: Odysseus' False Tales.” Symposium in Honor of Pietro Pucci, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 17-18.04.2009.

23. "Reading Epic Space: Narrative and Intertext in the Episode between Diomedes and Glaucus (Il. 6.119-326)." SΣεμινάρια Αρχαίας Ελληνικής Λογοτεχνίαςi, Ευρωπαϊκό Πολιτιστικό Κέντρο Δελφών, 8 Aυγούστου 2009.

24. "Αφηγηματολογία, αυτοαναφορικότητα και διακειμενικότητα στην Οδύσσεια: το επεισόδιο του Κύκλωπα." In: Η διδακτική της Αρχαίας Ελληνικής Γραμματείας στη Δευτεροβάθμια Εκπαίδευση, 12-13 Μarch 2010, Νea Smyrni.

25. "De-Authorizing the Epic Cycle: Odysseus' False Tale to Eumaeus (Od. 14.199-359)." 4th Trends in Classics International Conference, "Homer in the 21st Century: Oral Poetry, Neoanalysis, and Interpretation". 28-30.05.2010 (Αristotle University of Thessaloniki).

26. "The Heracles Theme: From Inscriptional to Literary Epigram."  L'épigramme dans tous ses états: épigraphiques, littéraires, historiques, Collegium de Lyon, 3-4.06.2010.

27. "The Hesiodic Catalogue of Women: Some Considerations", Seminars on Ancient Greek Literature adn Culture, Delphi, 19.07.2010.

28. "Telegony revisited, frr. *1 and *2 (West)", Seminars on Ancient Greek Literature adn Culture, Delphi, 25.07.2011.

29. “The Iliad, the Odyssey, and the spectrum of Greek myth”, Cornell University, September 7, 2011.

30. “Telegony Revisited: frr. *1 and *2 (West)”, Cornell University, September 9, 2011.

31. “Towards an Oral, Intertexual Neoanalysis”, New York University, 12 September, 2011.

32. Δὶς ἑπτά: “Allusive Numbering and Narrative Cross-References in Herodotus 1.86.2 and 7.113.5-115.1”, New York University, 14 September, 2011.

33. “Telegony Revisited: frr. *1 and *2 (West)”, Columbia University Classics Seminar, September 15, 2011.

34. "Narrative Development and Poetic Technique in Inscribed Epigram", American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 12.12.2011.

35. "Ιλιάδα, Οδύσσεια και Επικός Κύκλος", University of the Peloponnese, 13.12.2011.

36. “Cypria, fr. 19 (Bernabé, West)”, Netherlands Institute at Athens, March 30, 2012.

37. "Οδύσσεια και αφηγηματολογία", Vassilika High School, May 2 2012.

38. "The Fragmentary Muse: The Poetry of Eumelus of Corinth", Delphi, 26.8.2013.

39. "gynaion heineka doron: On Interformularity and Intertraditionality in Archaic Greek Epic", University of Indiana at Bloomington, 27.02.2014. 

40 . "gynaion heineka doron: On Interformularity and Intertraditionality in Archaic Greek Epic", NYU Classics Colloquium, 27.03.2014. 

41. "Placing the Muses: Eumelus, frr. 34-35 West", Center for Hellenic Studies Research Symposium, April 26-27, 2014, Washington, DC. 

42. "gynaion heineka doron: On Interformularity and Intertraditionality in Archaic Greek Epic", UPenn Classics Colloquium, 1.05.2014. 

43. "Unplaced Epic Fragments revisited: Eumelus frr. 31-35 West"University College London Conference on Editing Poetic Fragments, 2-4.07.2014. 

44. "Rhapsodic Recitals in Archaic and Hellenistic Periods: Four Case Studies", King's College London, 18.5.2015. 

45. "Boughs and Daggers: Reconsidering Aeschylus' Suppliants", Conference in honor of Margalit Finkelberg, Tel Aviv University, 5-6 June 2017.

46. "Η ησιόδεια επική ποίηση: ειδολογικά και ερευνητικά ζητήματα", Κύκλος ομιλιών της Ακαδημίας Αθηνών για την επική ποίηση, 5 Οκτωβρίου 2017. 

 

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Co-editor (with Jonathan Ready, University of Indiana, Bloomington) of the international peer-reviewed journal YAGE (Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic) published by Brill.

Reader for the journals American Journal of Philology, Classical World, Trends in Classics, Classical Journal, Mnemosyne, Ancient History Bulletin, Gnomon, Lexis

Reader for Cambridge University Press

I have also refereed grant applications for the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO)

Editor of the series ΕΜΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΟΙ ΑΡΧΑΙΟΙ and ΚΛΑΣΙΚΗ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΙΑ for Metaichmio Publications (2004-).

Instructor in the Hellenic Open University.

I have also been/am supervising or acting as committee member or as external advisor in Ph.D. dissertations and MA theses in the following institutions: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University of Athens, University of Patras, Australian National University, University of Columbus Ohio. I have also taught in the Post-graduate program in Classics of the University of the Peloponnese.

RESEARCH AREAS

 Homer, Hesiod, Epic Fragments, Εpigram