Oxford Modern Greek Seminar: Hilary Term 2018

The seminar programme for the Hilary Term is as follows:

 

25 January

 

Marissia Frangou & Philip Hager

(Canterbury Christ Church University & University of Kent)

 

Dramaturgies of Change: Greek Theatre Now

 

 

1 February

Eleni Papazoglou

(University of Thessaloniki)

 

Texts, Bodies and Moral Panics: Hofmannsthal's Electra goes to Epidaurus (2007)

 

22 February

Irene Loulakaki

(Greek Ministry of Education)

 

The Metamorphosis of the Muses in Recent Greek Poetry: Classical Reception in the Era of Postmodernism

 

26 February*

Gonda van Steen

(University of Florida)

Rewriting tragedy on a prison island: Aris Alexandrou's Antigone (1951)

 

*part of the 'Reading the Classical Past' lecture series

This seminar held at 5 p.m. First Floor Lecture Room 2, 47 Wellington Square

 

1 March

Eleftheria Ioannidou

(University of Groningen)

 

A Classical Modernity: Greek Theatre and Fascism

 

8 March

Marilena Zaroulia

(University of Winchester)

 

What Makes our Motherland? Performing Greece (in crisis) at the National Theatre

 

 

FACULTY OF MEDIEVAL & MODERN LANGUAGES

Subfaculty of Byzantine & modern greek

http://www.mod-langs.ox.ac.uk/greek

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Since 2015 the Greek Seminar has been generously supported by an A. S. Onassis Foundation special grant