Category Archives: Greeks

The Greek poetry of austerity on German radio

German-Greek journalist Alkyoni Karamanolis, a member of “Global Correspondents,” interviewed writer Katerina Iliopoulou and me (in Greek, in Athens) for a German radio program she produced on the new Greek poetry. The program aired on July 20 under the title “Poetry … Continue reading

Posted in Crisis, Greek Poetry, Greeks

How critical theory arrived in Greek writing through poetry

My interview to “Reading Greece” on New Greek Poetry and Modern Greek Studies June 27, 2017

Posted in Crisis, Greek Literature, Greek Poetry, Greeks, Hellenism, Left, Melancholy

On Not Talking to a Fellow Leftist Friend

Greek leftists will have many reasons to recall the 2010s with disappointment and bitterness but one of their most painful memories will be the breakdown of friendships everywhere inside and around them. Throughout this decade, directly or indirectly, leftists have … Continue reading

Posted in Friends, General, Greeks, Left, Melancholy

Deleuze’s concept of assemblage in Greek Studies

I have been reading with special interest and profit very recent, published and unpublished, work by scholars in various disciplines who approach different sites, periods, and aspects of Greek culture by activating the major Deleuzian concept of assemblage. Since I too … Continue reading

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