Department of Classics, Program in Hellenic Studies
Ph.D. 1990 Oxford (Medieval and Modern Languages)
M.A. 1985 University of Thessaloniki (Modern Greek Literature)
B.A. 1983 Wesleyan University (Classics, College of Ltrs.)
“What’s Found in Translation,” PN Review 234, March 2017.
“Translating a Canonical Author: C. P. Cavafy,” Chapter 12, Teaching Translation: Programs, Courses, Pedagogies, ed. Lawrence Venuti (Routledge, 2016).
Katohi kai peina: istories tis kathe meras (Everyday Stories of Occupation and Hunger), co -edited with Fay Zika, (Hestia, 2016).
Austerity Measures: The New Greek Poetry (Penguin, 2016). Introduction reprinted in the Guardian
“Forms of Cosmopolitanism,” Los Angeles Review of Books, February 16, 2014 (4,170 words).
“The Homophonic Imagination: Translating Modern Greek Poetry,” Translation Cruxes, New Ohio Review, Fall 2013, 176-181.
Literature between Languages and the Question of Translation, Eleventh Kimon A. Friar Lecture Pamphlets (America College of Greece, Athens, 2010, 61 pages)
The Greek Poets: Homer to the Present (Norton, 2009, 692 pages), co-edited by Peter Constantine, Rachel Hadas, Edmund Keeley, and Karen Van Dyck
The Scattered Papers of Penelope: New and Selected Poems by Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke. (Saint Paul, MN, Greywolf Press, 2009, 128 pages)
A Century of Greek Poetry: 1900-2000, co-edited with Peter Bien, Peter Constantine and Edmund Keeley (River Vale, NJ: Cosmos, 2004, 993 pages, bilingual edition).
I Kassandra kai i logokrites sti neoelliniki poiisi (1967-1990), trans. Palmyra Ismiridou (Athens: Agra Publications, 2002, 458 pages) [Translation of Kassandra and the Censors into Greek, updated and with a new introduction].
Kassandra and the Censors: Greek Poetry since 1967, Reading Women Writing Series (Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1998, 305 pages).
The Rehearsal of Misunderstanding: Three Collections of Poetry by Contemporary Greek Women Poets (Middletown: Wesleyan UP, 1998, 294 pages, bilingual edition).
Three Summers, a novel by Margarita Liberaki [psathina kapela] (Athens: Kedros, 1995, 320 pages).
Insight Guide: Greece (Singapore: Prentice Hall Press, 1988, 365 pages).
“The Language Question and the Diaspora,” in The Making of Modern Greece: Nationalism, Romanticism, and the Uses of the Past (1797-1896), eds. Rodney Beaton and David Ricks (Ashgate, 2008), 189-98.
“Tracing the Alphabet in Psycharis’s Journey, ,” O Psiharis kai i epohi tu: zitimata glossas, logotehnias kai politismu, ed. Georgia Farinu (Institute for Modern Greek Studies, Manolis Triandafillides Foundation, 2005), 135-151.
"Greek Poetry Elsewhere," Gramma: Special Issue on Contemporary Greek Poetry, eds. Michalis Chryssanthopoulos, Ekaterini Douka-Kabitoglou, Lizy Tsirimokou, Vol. 8, 2000, 81-98.
“Avant-garde Translation: A Conversation with Diamanda Galas,” CONNECT: Special Issue on Translation, eds. Rosalind C. Morris and Radhika Subramaniam, Vol. 1, 2000, 51-60.
“Bruised Necks and Crumpled Petticoats: What’s Left of Myth in Contemporary Greek Women’s Poetry,” in Ancient Greek Myth in Modern Greek Poetry, ed. Peter Mackridge (London: Frank Cass Publishers, 1996), 121-30.
“Reading Between Worlds: Contemporary Greek Women’s Writing and Censorship,” Censorship Issue, PMLA 109:1 (January 1994), 45-60.
19th and 20th Century Greek and Diaspora Literature and Culture
Introduction to Modern Greek Language and Culture
Myth, History, and the Modern Greek Novel
The Making of Modern Greek Poetry
Diaspora, Translation and Greek America
Gender in Ancient and Modern Greece
Censorship and Writing
Erotokritos: Literature & Society in Renaissance Crete
Worlding C.P. Cavafy: Desire, Translation, Media
Greek Diaspora and the Language Question
The World Responds to the Greeks: Modernity, Postcoloniality, Globality
Translation between Literature and Anthropology
Introduction to Comparative Literature
Comparative Diasporas and Translation
Immigration, Travel and Translation