Migration as Self-Narration: Stephanos Stephanides’s Homeless World

Published: Dec 20, 2022
synthesis journal comparative literary studies comparative literature autotheory self-narrative selfhood migration self-narration Stephanos Stephanides The Wind Under My Lips
Mina Karavanta

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Mina Karavanta, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Mina Karavanta is Associate Professor of Theory, Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies, and Global English Literatures in the Department of English Language and Literature, School of Philosophy, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She specializes in postcolonial and decolonial studies, critical theory, gender studies, comparative literature and Global English Literatures, and has published numerous articles in international academic journals such as boundary 2, Callaloo, Feminist Review, Modern Fiction Studies, Mosaic, Symplokē, Journal Of Contemporary Theory. She is a founding member and co-editor of the peer-reviewed electronic journal Synthesis: An Anglophone Journal of Comparative Literary Studies that promotes transcultural and interdisciplinary research and features international Editorial and Academic Boards (https://ejournals.epublishing.ekt.gr/index.php/synthesis/).

Karayanni, Stavros Stavrou. “Introduction.” In The Wind Under My Lips. Stephanos Stephanides: 14-27.
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Stephanides, Stephanos. The Wind Under My Lips [«Ο άνεμος κάτω απ’τα χείλη μου»]. Bilingual Edition [English & Greek]. Trans. Despina Pirketti. Athens: To Rodakio, 2018.
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