Youli Theodosiadou

Associate Professor - Department of American Literature

Youli Theodosiadou is associate professor of American Literature and Culture in the School of English at Aristotle University. Her research interests focus on the literature and culture of the U.S. South, Women’s Studies, and the Civil Rights Movement. She has published articles on Eudora Welty, James Agee, Carson McCullers, Flannery O' Connor, Toni Morrison and others in various literary journals and has edited the collection Southern Ethnicities (2008). She has co-edited a collection of essays titled Histories and Myth-Histories: Made in the U.S.A. (2000) and Gramma: A Journal of Theory and Criticism. She has served as secretary, treasurer and vice-president of the Hellenic Association for American Studies (HELAAS) and is currently a board member of the Southern Studies Forum. Her current publication project explores female identity in works by African American and southern women writers.
TEACHING (AC. YEAR 2017-2018)
Semester Code Course title Group Day From To Room
Winter G-LSUD2 AmLit270 American Literature and Culture: From Colonial Times to Industrialization b Wednesday 16:00 18:30 417
Winter G-LSUD3 AmLit340 Introduction to the Literature of the American South Friday 13:30 16:00 417
Spring G-LSUD3 AmLit340 Introduction to the Literature of the American South Wednesday 11:00 13:30 417
Spring G-LSUD4 AmLit480 Literary Politics and the Civil Rights Movement Friday 16:00 18:30 417
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