|Title:||Professor of Modern Greek Language and Literature, Classics (also in IRWAG)|
|Specialization:||Modern Greek literature and culture, gender studies, interdisciplinary studies, diaspora and translation.|
|Office:||515 Hamilton Hall|
|Office Hours:||Tuesdays 1-2 pm & by appointment|
S.B., D.Phil in Modern Greek Literature from the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, Oxford, 1990. Professor Van Dyck writes and teaches on Modern Greek literature and culture, gender, diaspora and translation. She is the author of Kassandra and the Censors: Greek Poetry since 1967 (Cornell, 1998; in translation Agra 2002) and The Rehearsal of Misunderstanding: Three Collections by Contemporary Greek Women Poets (Wesleyan 1998) and editor of The Scattered Papers of Penelope: New and Selected Poems by Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke (Anvil, 2008; Graywolf, 2009), A Lannan Translation Selection. She is co-editor of A Century of Greek Poetry(Cosmos 2004) as well as of the forthcoming The Greek Poets: Homer to the Present (Norton, 2009). Besides these projects she has published articles on Diaspora literature, the Language Question, translation and multilingualism. She is currently completing a book on literature that is structured by the relation between Greek and English. She has directed the Program in Hellenic Studies at Columbia since 1988 and been an active member of the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, the Center for Literary Translation and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society.
|Title:||Associate Professor of Modern Greek Literature & Culture, Classics|
|Specialization:||Modern Greek culture and literature; Cyprus: interdisciplinary studies; the novel; Balkan novel and film; comparative literature & critical theory.|
|Office:||606 Hamilton Hall|
|Office Hours:||Tuesdays 1-2 pm &Thursdays 10-11 pm|
|Title:||Professor, Institute of Comparative Literature & Society, Classics, English|
|Specialization:||Comparative literature (French, German, Ancient Greek, Modern Greek); literary theory; modernity and modernism; poetics; secular criticism; contemporary music, literary theory, modernist poetics, Enlightenment thought, pre-Socratic philosophy, contemporary Greek poetry|
|Office:||608 Hamilton Hall|
|Office Hours:||By appointment only|
Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, UCLA 1990. Professor Gourgouris writes and teaches on a variety of subjects, ultimately entwined around questions of the poetics and politics of modernity and democracy. He is the author of Dream Nation: Enlightenment, Colonization, and the Institution of Modern Greece (Stanford, 1996) and Does Literature Think? Literature as Theory for an Antimythical Era (Stanford, 2003), and editor of Freud and Fundamentalism (Fordham, 2010). Outside these projects he has also published numerous articles on Ancient Greek philosophy, political theory, modern poetics, film, contemporary music, psychoanalysis. He is currently completing work on two projects of secular criticism: The Perils of the One and Nothing Sacred. He is also an internationally awarded poet, with four volumes of poetry published in Greek, most recent being Introduction to Physics (Athens, 2005). He writes regularly in internet media (such as Al Jazeera, The Immanent Frame, Re-Public), as well as major Greek newspapers and journals on political and literary matters. He is currently the Director of the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society.
|Title:||Professor of History|
|Specialization:||Modern Greek history, Ottoman Balkans and the Middle East, modern Europe and the international history of population movements and refugees|
|Office:||503 Fayerweather Hall|
B.A. Oxford, 1981; M.A. Johns Hopkins, 1983; Ph.D., Oxford, 1988.
|Specialization:||Iconographical and Iconological Aspects of Depictions of the Divine in Ancient Greece; Terracotta Figurines as Votive Objects (Iconography and Function); Architectural Layout of, and Dedicatory Practices in Greek Sanctuaries; the Archaeology of the Peloponnese; Sacred Space and Ritual Praxis in Greece and Asia Minor in Hellenistic and Roman Times|
|Office:||903 Schermerhorn Hall|
Ph.D., Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, 2001
|Title:||Assistant Professor of History|
|Specialization:||Ottoman history, comparative systems of empire and belief/belonging, world history of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries|
|Office:||611 Fayerweather Hall|
B.A. Columbia, 1994; M.A. Princeton, 1998; Ph.D. Princeton 2004.
|Title:||Kyriakos Tsakopoulos Professor of Political Theory and Hellenic Studies|
democratic theory; anti-democratic thought; republicanism and liberalism; theories of
representation and sovereignty; ancient and modern political thought; theory of resistance
|Office:||719 International Affairs Building|