Professor; Director, Teaching & Learning Center
American College of Greece
Anastasia Logotheti has been teaching literature and writing for nearly four decades. She studied in the US as a Fulbright scholar and holds a doctorate in contemporary British literature from the University of London. Dr Logotheti views teaching as a vocation and is interested in the pedagogy of teaching, interests which informed her tenure first as the Coordinator of the two Writing Centers (2003-2010) and currently as the Director of the Teaching and Learning Center.
A regular contributor to The Literary Encyclopedia, Dr Logotheti has published over thirty critical articles on contemporary fiction by Kazuo Ishiguro, Graham Swift, and Ian McEwan. Her recent publications include the articles “Alterity in E M Forster’s The Other Boat” in Language and Literary Studies of Warsaw (2021) and “Digital Encounters with Shakespeare” in Research in Drama Education (2020) as well as chapters contributed to these edited volumes: Crossing Borders in Gender and Culture (2018), Reading Graham Swift (2019), London: Myths, Tales and Urban Legends (2021), Apocalyptic Visions in the Anthropocene and the Rise of Climate Fiction (2021) and Women Writing Trauma in Literature (2022).
Personal pronouns: She/her
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