Research talks by the CHS & Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Fellows in Hellenic Studies 2019–2020: Dionysos Alexiou, Zoi Kalamara, and Dimitrios Theocharis
CHS US, CHS Greece
Synopsis of the presentation:
On April 1, Dionysos Alexiou, Zoi Kalamara, and Dimitrios Theocharis gave presentations as part of the spring series of fellows' talks. In this event they had the opportunity to present their research resulted from their year-long fellowship appointment during the 2019–2020 academic year. Dionysos Alexiou talked on the topic "Phaedra and Hippolytus: the intertextual journey of the mytheme in 21st century's drama plays." Zoi Kalamara's talk was entitled "Odysseus in Aeschylean drama: revisiting the fragments." Dimitrios Theocharis talked on topic "Women in Medicine. An epigraphic Research." Dionysos, Zoi and Dimitrios were the last three fellows of the fellowships program in Hellenic Studies offered jointly by the Center for Hellenic Studies and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki during 2017–2020. This program aimed to support PhD students and PhD holders from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Department of Classics offering every year three fellowships. The series of talks is open to CHS fellows and affiliates.