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Assistant Professor of Ancient Greek Literature



Department of Philology (Division of Classical Philology)
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
University Campus, Zografou
157 84 Athens, Greece
Tel. Nr.: +30 210 7277719



  • Ancient Greek Literature, specifically Archaic Lyric Poetry, Homeric Poetry, Hellenistic Poetry, Epigram.
  • Modern Greek Literature, specifically Andreas Kalvos, Alexandros Papadiamantis.


  • University of Athens -  1977-1981, Ptychion (Classics)
  • University College London  -1988-1990, Postgraduate Studies (Classics) 
  • Doctoral Dissertation: The Greek Sepulchral Epigram in Aegypt. Themes and Motives.
  • (Supervisors: Prof. J.-Th. Papademetriou, Prof. A. Voskos, Prof. An. Nikitas.)


  • Univ.of Athens – Dpt. of  Philology  Assistant Professor, 2013-
  • Univ.of Athens – Dpt. of  Philology  Lecturer, 1999-2013
  • Univ.of Athens – Dpt. of  Philology  Permanent Research Assistant, 1992-1999
  • Univ.of Athens – Dpt. of  Philology  Research Assistant, 1982-1992


  • Th. Dostoyevski, trans. Alexandros Papadiamantis, The Crime and the Punishment, Athens (Ideogramma) 1992, pp. 513. Philological Edition, Epilogue, List of Words. [in Greek]
  •  Aesop Romance. Perriana Version. Translation (Hellenic Society for Humanistic Studies, Studies and Researches, 40), Athens 1999, pp. 102 (in coll. with J. Stamoulakis). [in Greek]3.      Charles Segal (modern Greek translation by Eugenia D. Makrygianni – J.-Th. A. Papademetriou), Oedipus Tyrannus. Tragic Heroism and the Limits of Knowl­edge, New York 1993, pp. 264.
  • «The Twenty-first Anacreontic: Its Meaning in the Corpus of the Anacreontics», Archaiognosia 11 (2001-2002) 87-112. [in Greek]
  • Eleni Karamalengou – Eugenia Makrygianni (edd.), Ἀντιφί­λησις. Studies on Classical, Byzantine and Modern Greek Li­t­­erature and Culture In Honour of John-Theophanes A. Papa­deme­triou, Stutt­gart (Franz Steiner Verlag) 2009, pp. 656.
  • Minor Poets of Greek Lyric Poetry. Egegists and Iambographers (6th-5t6h c. BC) (in the press) [in Greek]