Eleni Mosiou

  • Pre-doctoral Fellow in Hellenic Studies 2021–22
    • PhD Candidate in Classics, University of Crete

Research topic during fellowship: The case against Timocrates: legal issues and substantive arguments against the unsuitability of Timocrates' law (Dem. 24.17-109).

Eleni Mosiou is a PhD candidate in Classics. She was born and raised in Volos, Greece. After completing her undergraduate studies at the Department of Philology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2014, she continued her postgraduate studies in Classics at the University of Crete, where she decided to pursue her doctoral studies as well. Since 2018, she has been a PhD candidate conducting research on Attic oratory and rhetoric and she is currently writing a commentary on Demosthenes’ speech Against Timocrates under the supervision of Associate Professor Dimos Spatharas. She has an additional interest in papyrology and has already prepared for edition both documentary and literary papyri. Throughout the course of her studies in Greek Philology, she has received scholarships from the State Scholarship Foundation (IKY) and the Special Account for Research Grants of the University of Crete (ELKE).