Konstantina Ritsatou

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Assistant Professor of Theatre Studies

 

Education

2004  Ph.D. in Theatre History, Division of Theatre Studies and Musicology, Department of Philology, University of Crete.

1998  MA in Theatre Studies, Division of Theatre Studies and Musicology, Department of Philology, University of Crete.

1993 BA in Philosophy and Social Studies, School of Philosophy, University of Crete.

2005 Post-graduate Diploma, School of Early Childhood Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

1984 BA in Preschool Education, Chania Academy of Crete.

Scholarships

State Scholarships Foundation IKY (Ίδρυμα Κρατικών Υποτροφιών).

Postgraduate studies, School of Philosophy, University of Crete.

Dissertation

The Contribution of the Nineteenth Century Scholar and Poet A. R. Rangavis (1809-1892) to the Development of Modern Greek Theatre.

Monograph (Book)

‘‘Me ton Mouson ton erota’’ (Along with the Muses’ eros). A. R. Rangavis and the Modern Greek Theatre, Crete University Press, Heraklion 2011.

Research project

“Imprints of Tradition in Greek theatre from the Beginning of the 1870’s up to the Balkan Wars”.

Project no.: 91453, July 2014-October 2015.

Project coordinator

Selected Publications

‘‘Rangavis and Schiller: An apprenticeship to German Romanticism’’, in Konstanza Georgakaki (ed.), Relations between Modern Greek Theatre and European Theatre. The Process of Reception from Renaissance up to Present Day, Second Pan-Hellenic Conference on Greek Theatre Studies, Ergo Publications and Department of Theatre Studies, University of Athens, Athens 2004, p. 69-79.

‘‘National Association, or National Drama Association: An Attempt to create a school for theatre acting in 19th Century Greece’’, Paravasis, vol. 7, Ergo, Athens 2006, p. 345-368.

‘‘Zeus’s Loves on the 19th century Greek stage’’, in Nikiforos Papandreou & Efi Vafeiadi (eds.), Problems in the History of Modern Greek Theatre: Studies in Honour of Dimitris Spathis, Crete University Press, Heraklion 2007, p. 177-191.

“Original or translation? The revival of ancient drama at the end of 1880s”, XXVIII΄ Proceedings of Pan-Hellenic Historical Conference, 25- 27 May 2007, Greek Historical Society, Thessaloniki 2008, p. 303-318.

‘‘Eleni Halkousi in theatre and cinema’’, in Christina Adamou (ed.), Acting on Stage – Acting on Screen, Kastaniotis, Athens 2008, p. 226-241.

“Lessons on matrimony through Antonios Antoniadis’ comedies at the late 19th century”, in Antonis Glytzouris & Konstantina Georgiadis (eds.), Tradition and Modernization in the Modern Greek Theater. From its Beginnings to the Post-war Era. Third Pan-Hellenic Conference of Theatre Studies, Institute for Mediterranean Studies and University of Crete, Crete University Press, Heraklion 2010, p. 51-60.

“‘Madness’ in Greek Plays of the 19th and early 20th century: the case of comedy-idyll and revue”, Synapsis/Synapse, Quarterly Journal of Psychiatry Neurosciences and Human sciences, vol. 6, April- June 2010, p. 49-57.

‘‘‘The Charms of a Gold-Loving Concubine’: Aspects of the dramaturgical and stage presentation of prostitution in nineteenth-century Greek theatre’’, Skene, vol. 2, Thessaloniki 2011, p. 24-45.

“The actor in the domestic dramaturgy of Belle Époque”, Ariadne, Scientific Journal of The School of Philosophy, University of Crete, vol. 18, Rethymno 2012, p. 285-318.

“The Fairy’s head kerchief and the theatrical and educational implications of it in the encouragement of groups”, Skene, vol. 5, Thessaloniki 2013, p. 116-124.

“The abduction of Caryatids from Elgin and her transformation in the dramaturgy of Belle Époque”, Paravasis, vol.12, Ergo, Athens 2013, p. 99-119.

“The performances of ‘the denounced’: plays in katharevousa in post WWII theatre”, in Andreas Dimitriadis, Ioulia Pipinia, Anna Stavrakopoulou (eds.), Stage Action in Post WWII Theatre: Continuities and Discontinuities: An International Conference in Honour of Nikiforos Papandreou, School of Drama, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle Univeristy of Thessaloniki, September 30th – October 3rd 2010, Thessaloniki 2014, p. 485-496.

“‘The root and the grass’: Ruptures and continuities in Demetrious Gr. Kampouroglou’s dramaturgy”, in Konstantinos A. Dimadis (ed.), 5th European Congress of Modern Greek Studies, Continuities, Discontinuities, Ruptures in the Greek World (1204- 2014), European Society of Neohellenic Studies, Thessaloniki 2-5 October 2014,  vol. 4, 2015, p. 47-72 (http://www.eens.org/?p=3730).

“Performances of ancient Greek tragedies ‘in non-erasmian pronunciation of Erasmus’: movements for the abolition of erasmian pronunciation in the late 19th century”, in Konstantinos Kyriakos (ed.),  Ancient Greek Drama and its Modern Reception, Papers Read in the Fourth Pan-Hellenic Conference of Theatre Studies, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Patras, Patras 2015, p. 181-193.

“Imprints of Tradition in Greek theatre from the Beginning of the 1870’s up to the Balkan Wars”, Skene , vol. 7, Thessaloniki 2015, p. 244-274.

 

 

Office: Exadaktilou Building, 2nd foor  Phone: 2310 992146
Εmail: kritsato@thea.auth.gr
Contact hours: Monday 13:00 – 15:00  (Other times and dates can be arranged. Please email in advance).

 

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