Tina (Stamatia) Krontiris

Professor - Department of English Literature

Tina Krontiris was born in Evia (Euboia), Greece. At the age of 16 she emigrated to the United States, where she completed her secondary education and went on to study English literature at the University of Illinois (B.A.) and George Washington University (M.A.). She worked as part-time lecturer in American universities for several years and in 1984 she won a Greek State Scholarship for doctoral research in England. After completing her Ph.D. at the University of Sussex, she returned to Greece permanently and in 1989 took up a tenure-track position at the English Department of Aristotle University in northern Greece, where she has been teaching ever since. She currently occupies the position of Professor in that Department, offering courses on the literature and drama of the English Renaissance, including a post-graduate seminar on Shakespeare. In the last five years her research interests have focused on Shakespeares reception in Greece, with special attention to wartime productions (1940-1950). Her research interests include: Shakespeares reception in the 20th century; Shakespeare in wartime; Renaissance drama; Renaissance women writers; gender and adolescence in early modern society and drama; theories of childhood; teenage love. A fuller biographical note of Tina Krontiris, with a list of her academic publications, can be found at http://www.enl.auth.gr/staff/krontiri.htm.

TEACHING (AC. YEAR 2017-2018)
Semester Code Course title Group Day From To Room
Winter G-LSUD2 EnLit260 Survey of English Literature I Monday 11:00 13:30 107
Winter G-LSUD4 EnLit472 Shakespeare Wednesday 16:00 18:30 107
Spring Lit 500 Major Authors Monday 12:00 15:00 308 upstairs
Spring G-LSUD4 EnLit472 Shakespeare Wednesday 18:30 21:00 417
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