Tatiani Rapatzikou

Associate Professor - Department of American Literature

Tatiani Rapatzikou is Associate Professor at the department of American Literature and Culture. She holds an M.A. (1996) from Lancaster University in Contemporary Literary Studies and a Ph.D. (2001) in Contemporary American Literature from the University of East Anglia, Norwich, England. For her Ph.D. research she was funded by the Board of Greek State Scholarships Foundation (I.K.Y). Also, she received the Arthur Miller Centre Award (2000) and the BAAS Short Term Travel Award (2000) for her research in the U.S.A. and Canada. In summer 2009, she was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the M.I.T. Comparative Media Studies program, while in Spring 2012 she was a Visiting Research School at the Program in Literature at Duke University, U.S. She is the coordinator of the project "Urban Environments in Transition" (Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund-International Competition 2012 with the participation of the Fulbright Foundation). She is also the co-director of the American Studies Resource Portal and the co-editor of ECHOES the online creative writing magazine of School of English. She teaches courses and supervises research projects on 20th and 21st century American literature and poetry. Her research interests are in Contemporary American Literature and the New Media, Digital Literature, Postmodern Fiction and Poetry, the Technological Uncanny, and Cyberculture/Cyberpunk. 

TEACHING (AC. YEAR 2019-2020)
Semester Code Course title Group Day From To Room
Winter G-LSUD3 AmLit317 Early 20th century American Poetry: 1914-1950 Tuesday 13:30 16:00 417
Winter G-LSUD3 AmLit348 Contemporary American Fiction: 1945-2000 Friday 16:00 18:30 107
Spring G-LSUD1 Lit125 Workshop in Critical Writing: Poetry b Tuesday 11:00 13:30 112 old building
Spring G-LSUD2 AmLit271 American Literature and Culture: From Modern Times to the Present b Friday 16:00 18:30 107
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