Modern Greek Studies Association


Othon Alexandrakis

Assistant Professor

York University

Anthropology

Degrees

Ph.D. – Rice University (2010)

M.A. – University of Western Ontario (2003)

 

Principal Publications

Books

Alexandrakis, Othon (Editor). 2016. Impulse to Act: A New Anthropology of Resistance and Social Justice. Indiana University Press.

Journal Articles

Alexandrakis, Othon. 2016. “Incidental Activism: Graffiti and Political Possibility in Athens, Greece.” Cultural Anthropology 31(2): 272-296.

Alexandrakis, Othon. 2015. “Transformative Connections: Trauma, Cooperative Horizons, and Emerging Political Topographies in Athens, Greece.” History and Anthropology 27 (1):32-44.

Othon Alexandrakis. 2013. “Neoliberalism and the New Agora: Exploring Survival, Emergence, and Political Subjectivity among Pluralized Subaltern Communities in Athens, Greece.” Anthropological Quarterly. 86(1): 77-106.

Other

Alexandrakis, Othon, and David Nugent. Political Spatio-temporalities: A Conversation with David Nugent. Interview. PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review Online, 23 January 2017, https://polarjournal.org/2017/01/23/political-spatio-temporalities-a-conversation-with-david-nugent

Alexandrakis, Othon, and John Borneman. The Crucial Question. Interview. PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review Online, 23 January 2017, https://polarjournal.org/2017/01/23/the-crucial-question-an-interview

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Areas of Specialization

Citizenship, Migration, Emergent and Contested Identities, Governance, Cities, Greece and Europe

Courses Taught in Modern Greek Studies

 

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