Nicholas Kontos

Lecturer - Department of Translation & Intercultural Studies

BA Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley; MA Comparative Literature, San Francisco State University; Ph.D. Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Aristotle University, is Lecturer in Translation and Culture Studies at the School of English, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece. Born in the United States he initially studied in California before moving to Greece. He has been a member of the School of English since 1986. His Ph.D. thesis titled Thematization and Information Dynamics in Translation (1990) was a dissertation on the syntactic and stylistic problems of translating Greek literary texts into English. He teaches courses in Rhetoric, Semiotics, Popular and Visual Culture. His publications have reflected his teaching areas and special interests.
TEACHING (AC. YEAR 2015-2016)
Semester Code Course title Group Day From To Room
Winter G-LSUD3 IntroTIS 180 Introduction to Cultural Studies Tuesday 18:30 21:00 107
Winter G-LSUD3 ThApTIS 352 Literary Translation Criticism Tuesday 11:00 13:00 14 old building
Winter G-LSUD4 ThApTIS 424 Semiotics and Rhetoric Wednesday 18:30 21:00 107
Winter G-LSUD2 ThApTIS Lord of the Rings Adaptations Monday 18:30 21:00 417
Spring G-LUSD2 EnLit477 James Joyce: Ulysses Wednesday 11:00 13:30 01 new wing
Spring G-LSUD3 IntroTIS 180 Introduction to Cultural Studies Monday 18:30 21:00 417
Spring G-LSUD4 ThApTIS 424 Semiotics and Rhetoric Tuesday 18:30 21:00 107
Office307APhone+ 30 2310 997406 Fax+ 30 2310 997432
Greek version English version  
Thursday11:0013:00 1/9
Friday11:0012:00 2/9
Monday11:0012:00 5/9
Wednesday11:0012:00 7/9
Thursday11:0012:00 15/9
Monday15:0016:00 19/9