Theodore Antoniadis

  • Fellow in Comparative Cultural Studies 2020–21
    • Assistant Professor of Latin Literature, School of Philology, Department of Classics Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Research topic during fellowship: Contextualizing Mobility and Immigration in Roman Myth and Latin Epic.

Theodore Antoniadis was born in Kavala in 1976. He has studied Classics at Aristotle Univer-sity of Thessaloniki (BA: 1994-1999, PhD: 2001-2007) and at the University of Toronto in Canada (MA: 1999-2000). A revised version of his doctoral dissertation, The Rhetoric of Belatedness: A Running Commentary on Ovid’s Amores as well as a translation of Lucretius’ De Rerum Natura and an Anthology of Latin Love Elegy from Catullus to Ovid (e-book) are published in Greek. He has also written various articles in leading international peer-reviewed journals and peer-reviewed conference proceedings on Augustan Poetry, Latin Elegy, Senecan Tragedy, while his current research focuses primarily on Flavian Epic.

He has taught Latin as a lecturer at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki since 2007, whereas in 2018 he was appointed Assistant Professor of Latin. He speaks English fluently and he has a very good command of German and French. His research interests focus on: Augustan Poetry, Latin Love Elegy, Flavian Epic, Senecan Tragedy, Gender Studies.