The Research Lab aims to foster research and teaching in the fields of literary genres and the history of literature. To this aim, the Lab uses different methods, both established and newly emergent. The Research Lab welcomes cooperation with relevant labs, research centers, institutes and university departments both in Greece and abroad. It also regularly involves graduate students of the Philology Department of UoC in its research projects.
Research Lab for Literary Genres and the History of Literature
Department of Philology
History of Literature, Literary Genres
Katerina Blavaki (Dr. Modern Greek Literature), Vassiliki Petsa (Dr. Modern Greek Literature), Graduate students of the Master’s program in Modern Greek Literature of the Department of Philology
Research Projects (after 2010)
- 2016-2017. A. Natsina in cooperation with graduate students: “From classic to modern: Charting the formal evolution of Modern Greek short stories in literary periodicals (1880-1930)”. Presented at the Stanford Literary Lab (Erasmus+ International Mobility).
- 2018. Extension of the above research with a “Small scale program” from the University of Crete (graduate students stipend).
- 5/2018. Two-day workshop on “Literary Studies and Digital Technologies” with the participation of the Stanford Literary Lab, Digital Humanities Lab (University of Thesssaloniki) and the Center for the Greek Language. (“Small scale program”, University of Crete, 2017-2018)
- 2016- Literary Lab, Stanford University
- 3/2019- Collaboration with the Computational Stylistics Lab of the Department of Italian Literature (University of Athens), to participate in the European program COST Action 16204 (digitization/correction/TEI encoding of Modern Greek literature).