Professor Nikos Poulopoulos

Originally from Corinth, Greece, Nikos Poulopoulos was educated in Classics and Archaeology at the University of California at Berkeley, and in Modern Greek Studies and Philology at Harvard University.  His interests lie in the history of ideas and the cultural history and poetics of Greece in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, particularly narratives of crypto-colonialism, bio-mythologies and reception studies.  He recently edited a volume on the literature of the Greek Civil War for the journal Hellenic Studies. He is currently working on two separate projects: American Dystopia in Greek Modernity, and Graeculi and Roman Studies in nineteenth century Greece.

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