Savas Patsalidis is professor of drama in the School of English, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece. He holds an M.A. in literature (McGill University) and a Ph.D. in drama (University of Montreal). He has published extensively in the areas of literary theory and drama. His most recent publications include studies on T. Stoppard, A. Kennedy, David Henry Hwang, P. Handke, H. Muller, I.A. Baraka, S. Shepard, contemporary Greed drama as well as four books: on African-American and Feminist Theatre (1993), on Metatheatre (1995), on Ancient Greek Tragedy and the Theories of Twentieth Century (1997) and on Theatrical Modernism and Postmodernism (1997). He is also the editor of the volume Hellenism and the U.S.: Constructions and Deconstructions and a co-editor of the special issue of the literary journal Gramma, “Theatre and Power”. Currently he is working on a book on the history of American Theatre.
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