Monthly Archives: February 2020

“Πώς θα εξελιχθεί η ποιητική γενιά του 2000;”

“Εδώ επισημαίνω πως αυτή τη χρονική στιγμή διακυβεύεται το μέλλον της ποίησης του 2000  η οποία εδώ και δυο περίπου δεκαετίες αναζωογονεί ποικιλότροπα την ελλαδική κουλτούρα.” 9 Φεβρουαρίου 2020

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“What is Transnational about Greek American Culture?”

In this essay I suggest that in Greek diasporic literature “the transcomposition of an examined ethnic life assembles and arranges heterogeneous elements from diverse sources to fashion an entirely new well-tempered βίος.”

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Music at the threshold

I would love to read a collection of papers on compositions whose liminal character represents a turning point in classical music.  I am thinking about works which might have taken different directions.  In which particular pieces can we see a … Continue reading

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The antinomy of autonomy

In my current research project, The Tragedy of Revolution, I argue that α central topic of modern tragedy is the ethico-political dilemma of rebellion, namely, the predicament of the revolutionary beginning caught between limitless self-authorization and self-limiting rule. Modern tragedy … Continue reading

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