Yiorgos Kalogeras

Professor - Department of American Literature

Georgios D. Kalogeras is Professor of American Ethnic and Minority Literature, Department of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He has published extensively on Greek American Literature. His publications include Konstantinos Kazantzes Istories tis patridhos mou (Gutenberg, Athens, 2001), Transcultural Localisms: Responding to Ethnicity in a Globalized World (WinterVerlag, 2006) Ethnic Geographies: Socio-Cultural Identifications of a Migration (Katarti, Athens, 2007); he has edited Demetra Vaka Browns Haremlik: Some Pages from the Life of Turkish Women (Gorgias Press, 2005) and The Unveiled Ladies of Stamboul (Gorgias Press, 2006). Recent publications include Are Armenians White? Reading Elia Kazans America, America (2009), Retrieval and Invention: The Adaptation of Texts and the Narrativization of Photographs in Films on Immigration" (Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Oct. 2011) Entering Through the Golden Door: Cinematic Representations of a Mythical Moment (Journal of Mediterranean Studies 2012)). His article "Albert Isaac Bezzerides: Translating Ethnicity from Fiction to Film" was published in the Imagined Identities: Identity Formation in the Age of Globalization (Syracuse University Press, 2014). The article "History as Ethnic Narrative: A Greek American Paradigm" was published in a volume of essays in 2014. Racial and Ethnic Identities in the Media: The Politics of Representation (2016) Palgrave/Macmillan. He is the President of MESEA (Multi-Ethnic Studies Europe and the Americas).
TEACHING (AC. YEAR 2017-2018)
Semester Code Course title Group Day From To Room
Winter Lit 560 Ethnic Studies Wednesday 09:30 12:30 417j
Winter G-LSUD3 AmLit347 Modernism and Prose in the US Monday 18:30 21:00 107
Spring G-LSUD2 AmLit271 American Literature and Culture: From Modern Times to the Present a Wednesday 08:30 11:00 107
Spring G-LSUD4 AmLit465E The American Novel in the 19th century Monday 18:30 21:00 107
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