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Anastasia Antonopoulou  is Professor in German Literature and in Comparative Literature at the Department of German Language and Literature (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens). Her teaching and research interests focus on German Literature of the 19th and 20th Century and Comparative Literature (with particular emphasis on the Relationship between German and Greek Culture). She has served as Chair of the Department of German Language and Literature (2015 - 2017) at the University of Athens. She has also served as director of the interdepartmental postgraduate program in Translation and Translatology and as director of the postgraduate program German Literature at the Department of German Language and Literature (2011-2013). She was also Member of the Administrative Council of the Greek General and Comparative Literature Association and Member of the National Αwards Committee for Literary Translation (Ministery of Culture). Selected publications: Υστερίας λόγος. Θηλυκότητα και αρρώστια σε θεωρητικά και λογοτεχνικά κείμενα του 19ου και 20ού αιώνα, Αθήνα: Σοκόλης 2015. Wilhelm Müllers Rezeption in Griechenland, in Marco Hillemann/Tobias Roth (Hg.) Wilhelm Müller und der Philhellenismus,Internationale Wilhelm – Müller – Gesellschaft, Berlin: Frank & Timme 2015, σσ. 211-236. Angelos Sikelianos and Rainer Maria Rilke: Rodin’s presence in their poetry and aesthetics, στο: Graziela-Foteini Castellanou: Mythes - Symboles - Réalités.  Mélanges en l’honneur de Georges Freris, Editions Reo, 2015, σσ. 67 – 80. Late Antiquity as an expression of decadence in the poetry of Constantine P. Cavafy and Stefan George, στο: Decadence, Degeneration and the End: Studies in the European Fin de Siècle, Edited by Marja Härmänmaa and Christopher Nissen, Palgrave Macmillan 2014, σσ. 49-66. Die griechische Revolutionsheldin Laskarina Bouboulina in der deutschen Literatur des Vormärz, στο:  Forum Vormärzforschung.  Jahrbuch 2012: Vormärz und Hellenismus. (Επιμ.). Anne Rose Meyer, Bielefeld:  Aisthesis Verlag 2013σσ. 185 – 213.   

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