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Blioumi, Aglaia, Associate Prof. Dr., born in Bad Cannstatt-Stuttgart. 1990 to 1995 studied German literature in Thessaloniki and FU Berlin. 2001 Doctorate at the FU Berlin on German-Greek migration literature. Teaching at the FU Berlin, Aristotle University Thessaloniki, Open University Patras. Since 2005 Lecturer and since 2013 Assistant Professor in German Studies at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

Main areas of research: migration literature, cultural studies German, intercultural literature, travel literature, literary didactics. Vice-President of the Foundation Board of the Adamas Foundation Götz Hübner.

Numerous announcements in Greek and international conferences and magazines. Books: Interculturality as dynamics. A contribution to German-Greek migration literature since the seventies. Tübingen: Stauffenburg 2001, (pp. 276). Migration and Interculturality in Recent Literary Texts (ed.). iudicium Publisher: Munich 2002, (pp. 162). Transcultural metamorphoses. German-language migration literature abroad using the example of Greece. Publisher: Königshausen& Neumann: 2006 (pp. 200). From migration to interculturalism. Aspects of German culture - German-speaking immigration literature. Thessaloniki: Publisher Sfakianaki& AUTH 2010, (pp. 226).

Paper: Ιmagological images and imaginary systems and elements. Critical remarks ". Στο: arcadia. Journal of Comparative Literature 37, 2 (2002), pp. 344-357. "Cultural Exchange, Interculturality and Interdisciplinarity: Examples from German-Language Migration Literature". In: Neohelicon 2004, ΧΧΧΙ, 1, 2003, pp. 43-59. Deconstructive literature didactics using the example of the German department of the University of Athens. Todiscuss a practice-relatedtheorizing. In: Info-DaF, 1 (2014), pp. 582-596, Literarisierter Migrationsbegriff und Balkan-Mimikry als europäische Herausforderung für die Komparatistik. Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik (ZiG)10,2 (2019), 115-127, Kritischer Forschungsabriss zum Terminus „Migrationsliteratur“.In: Syrovy Daniel (ed.): Discourses on Nations and Identities. Berlin/Boston: deGruyter 2021, 437-450.

 Website: http://scholar.uoa.gr/ablioumi/biocv