MemberRevekka Kefalea

…I: Traditions in Transition – A Creative Europe project aiming to invite artists to create original artworks inspired by selected local traditions of Greece, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Hungary.  
(Re)Collecting Outcast Europe – A digital culture project co-funded by the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports, aiming at the redevelopment and …

I hold a BSc in Social Policy and Social Anthropology from Panteion University (Athens, Greece), and a MSc in Urban and Regional Planning from National Technical University of Athens (Greece). On March 2021, I defended my second master’s thesis titled National Museums and Cultural Heritage in Europe: Origins, Transformations and Challenges in the Era of Open Access in the context of the Postgraduate Programme: Political Science and Sociology (University of Athens), and currently, I am waiting for the graduation process to be completed.   I am certified in cultural management and social entrepreneurship, and I follow the GLAM sector and its transformations closely, since my research interests focus on nationalism, material culture, cultural heritage, identity and memory politics.   Currently, I work as a project manager at Inter Alia, a civic NGO based in Athens Greece, where I conceptualise, manage and monitor the implementation of projects in relation to arts, (digital) culture, heritage, open access and civic engagement.   Also, I am actively involved in the open access movement, taking initiatives and participating in various events that aim at the engagement of the public with the expansion and creative reuses of the digital commons. My non-formal project GLAM Hack, which is hosted by Inter Alia, is such an initiative.

MemberAikaterini Delikonstantinidou

…raining, AUTh and other institutions.
Undergraduate Studies: (2) Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. School of English Language and Literature (BA). (1) University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece. School of International and European Studies.

I am an adjunct prof. of applied arts at the Department of Museum Studies, University of Patras, and postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Theatre Studies, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, on a full scholarship by the Greek State Scholarships Foundation (IKY). My research focuses on applications of myth-based digital theatre in adult education and involves: development of experimental educational programmes, their implementation in at-risk adult educational contexts, and assessment of their affordances. I have studied International Relations, English Language and Literature (BA), American Literature and Culture (MA, on a full scholarship by IKY), and Adult Education (MEd, on an excellence scholarship). I received my PhD in theatre and performance studies from the School of English, AUTh, on scholarships by AUTh (excellence), the Hellenic Foundation for Research & Innovation, and IKY, while part of my research was conducted at the University of Oxford, U.K., funded by the European Society for the Study of English. My first monograph, based on my PhD thesis and titled “Latinx Reception of Greek Tragic Myth: Healing (and) Radical Politics”, was published by Peter Lang in 2020. The range of my published work (articles and reviews in peer-reviewed academic journals, chapters and essays in edited volumes, conference presentations and outreach writings) reflects a diversity of research interests and encompasses various fields. The same holds true for my teaching experience which spans several subjects and content areas (English literacy, English for Special Purposes, Academic Writing, Critical Writing, Drama, Fiction, Visual Culture, Social Theatre, Digital Theatre), teaching modes (lectures, workshops, seminars, facilitating individuals and groups), and institutional contexts (universities, colleges, adult vocational training and life-long learning institutions, second chance schools). Beyond the contours of my profile as educator, I have also worked as administrative assistant, editor and free-lance translator, while, more recently, I have served as production member for theatre performances and dramaturge, project manager and coordinator, and event organizer across venues and loci. Other recent professional experience includes serving as member of the editorial team for Critical Stages/Scènes critiques, the journal of the International Association for American Studies, and as the Young Scholar Representative of the Hellenic Association for American Studies.

MemberDimitris C. Papadopoulos

…9, 2018. Galway, Ireland.

Albera, D., Barkey, K., Karavatos, S., Mysirloglou, T., Papadopoulos D., Pénicaud, M., 2018. “Shared Sacred Sites.” Exhibition Catalogue. Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, 2018. 

Papadopoulos, D. 2017. “Boundary-work:…

I am an anthropologist and a digital humanist working on built, historic, and mediated environments. My work focuses on space, place and landscape, borders and borderlands, and liminal spaces of transition, displacement, or contestation with a regional focus on Greece, Southeast Europe, and the Mediterranean. I am also interested in the dynamics between physical and digital spaces especially as shaped through mapping, data visualization and the design of information environments for learning, research, and storytelling.

MemberElodie Paillard



2016 Review of L. Cecchet, Poverty in Athenian Public Discourse. From the Eve of the Peloponnesian War to the Rise of Macedonia, Stuttgart, 2015

Published in Museum Helveticum 73/2, December 2016


2015 Review of M. Powers, Athenian Tragedy in Performance, Iowa City

Published in B…

Lecturer and Scientific Collaborator in the Department of Classics (Ancient Greek) at the University of Basel, and Honorary Associate in the Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Sydney. Her research project, on Greek Theatre in Republican Italy, is sponsored by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Member of the editorial board of the journal ‘Mediterranean Archaeology’.

MemberNeslihan Demirkol

…ânsızlığı üzerine”. Journal of Turkish Studies, 35, 193-204.
Demirkol, N. (2010). “The role of women in the interaction and transfer between the Turkish and Macedonian cuisine culture”. In M. Kalpaklı, N. Demirkol et. al. (Eds.), Sharing the same taste: The Turkish and Macedonian Common Traditional Cuisine Workshop Proceedings …

Neslihan Demirkol is a research associate of the Corpus Musicae Ottomanicae (CMO) project, based within the University of Münster, Germany. She holds an M.A and PhD from Bilkent University. She worked as a lecturer between 2014-2016, and as an assistant professor between 2016-2019 in the Department of Turkish Language and Literature at the Social Sciences University of Ankara, Turkey. She spent one year in the Islamic Studies Department within the Institute for Asian and Oriental Studies at the University of Zurich, for her postdoctoral studies as a Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship holder for the 2018-2019 academic year. Her research and teaching interests are modern Turkish literature, literary theories, literary history, translation studies, adaptations and translations of One Thousand and One Nights in Turkish and their influences in Turkish literature. Her MA thesis focuses on the definition of loyalty in literary translations from a cultural perspective. Her Ph.D dissertation criticizes the mainstream discourse of Turkish literary modernization and provides a new perspective to the literary history with emphasize on the literary translations using Pierre Bourdieu’s sociological approach to the dynamics of cultural production. She has experience in teaching academic writing in Turkish and Ottoman language classes. Demirkol was a member of the Expert Committee for Intercultural Dialogue of the Turkish National Commission for UNESCO between 2008 and 2013. She has been a member of ÇEVBİR (Professional Association of Translators) since 2006. She has been on the editorial board of Kebikeç, a peer-reviewed academic journal in the field of humanities and social sciences, since 2011; and fe journal, an international peer-reviewed academic journal in the field of feminist critique and gender studies, since 2018.

MemberSteven Tötösy de Zepetnek

Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek’s areas of scholarship include (comparative) literature and cultural studies; comparative media and communication studies; postcolonial studies; (im)migration and ethnic minority studies; digital humanities (new media and knowledge management); education incl. online education and design; editing and publishing (print & online); film and literature; audience studies; European, US-American, and Canadian cultures and literatures; history; bibliography; and conflict management and diversity training. Education: B.A. history and German studies (U of Western Ontario 1980), M.A. comparative literature (Carleton U 1983), B.Ed. history and English as a second language (U of Ottawa 1984), Ph.D. comparative literature (U of Alberta 1989). Teaching: comparative literature, German, and English U of Alberta 1984-2000; media and communication studies U of Halle-Wittenberg 2002-2011; comparative literature Purdue U 2000-; education & cultural studies Ghent U 2012-; and (distinguished) visiting professorships in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Publications: single-authored books include Comparative Cultural Studies and the Future of the Humanities (forthcoming); Comparative Literature: Theory, Method, Application; The Social Dimensions of Fiction; edited volumes include Digital Humanities and the Study of Intermediality in Comparative Cultural Studies; Companion to Comparative Literature, World Literatures, and Comparative Cultural Studies; Mapping the World, Culture, and Border-crossing; Perspectives on Identity, Migration, and Displacement; Imre Kertész and Holocaust Literature; Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies; Comparative Central European Holocaust Studies; The New Central and East European Culture; Comparative Cultural Studies and Michael Ondaatje’s Writing; 200+ articles in peer-reviewed journals; also publications in Chinese, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Macedonian, Mara-thi, Polish, Portuguese, and Spanish translation. Editing and publishing 1981-current including series editor of Books in Comparative Cultural Studies (Purdue UP); Books in Comparative Culture, Media, and Communication Studies (Shaker Press); Research Institute for Comparative Literature Book Publishing Programme (U of Alber-ta); editor, CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture (Purdue UP), Canadian Review of Comparative Litera-ture/Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée (Canadian Comparative Literature Association / Association Canadienne de Littérature Comparée), and special issues of various journals. Languages: near-native English, native German and Hungarian, fluent French, reading Latin, Russian, Spanish, Italian.

MemberAmelia Dowler

…lia Dowler (2017) ‘Appendix: Coins from the British Salonika Force Expedition’ in eds. Andrew Shapland and Evangelia Stefani Archaeology Behind the Battle Lines: The Macedonian Campaign (1915-1919) and its Legacy pp. 104-120 (British School at Athens – Modern Greek and Byzantine Studies IV; Routledge)

Amelia Dowler (2017) ‘Money …

I am the Curator of Greek and Roman Provincial Coins at the British Museum.