Laboratory for the Study and Research of Early Modern Greek Literature


Head of Laboratory: Professor Maria Tziatzi

Vice Head of Laboratory: Assistant Professor Stergiani Chelidoni

Honorary President of Laboratory: Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. Hans Eideneier

The laboratory was founded by the official founding decree (Φ.Ε.Κ. 3559 τ. Β’/22.8.2018) and is
scheduled to start its activity during the present academic year.
The election of the Head of the laboratory was on 17.10.2018.
The Laboratory of Early Modern Greek Literature Study and Research was recently founded
(Φ.Ε.Κ. 3559 τ. Β’/22.8.2018) and its main aims are:

1. Promotion, support and encouragement of the study of and research into the Early
Modern Greek literature a) in the field of scientific literary study and the analytic
approach to literary and other texts (id. post-byzantine Greek texts under the Franc and
Turkish rule, but also those of the Diaspora), as well as their literary versions, and b) in
the field of the study of the language of the Early Modern Greek literary texts.
2. Public discussion of the results of the studies, further dissemination of the research
findings to the scientific community and general public.
3. Development of an area for the exposure of the Early Modern Greek literature and
various research trends and questions (old and new), which have established themselves
and are developing in the particular area of the field of study.

The particular objectives of the Laboratory, among others, are the following:
• Provision for the teaching and study requirements of the Department of Greek Philology,
as well as the departments that belong to the School of Classics and Humanities of the
DUTH, at the undergraduate and graduate levels, with respect to subject matter of the
Laboratory.
• Development of innovative research and teaching programs for undergraduate and
graduate students and PhD candidates relevant to the Laboratory interests of study.
• Support, promotion and encouragement of the study of the Early Modern Greek literature
from different scientific and cultural perspectives (historical, social, ethnographic,
anthropological, philosophical, ideological, history of art, etc.)
• Design and implication of research projects and studies
• Organization of conferences, symposia, daily events, seminars, work meetings, lectures,
training programs, educational programs, and other scientific events on topics relevant
to the study field of the Laboratory, as well as invitations to Greek and foreign
accomplished scientists and other public figures.