Anastasia Logotheti, PhD, is Professor of English at Deree
College - The American College of Greece. She also serves as the
Director of the Teaching and Learning Center at Deree-ACG
Anastasia earned a BA in English at the University of Athens, an MA in English at the Pennsylvania State University, and a PhD at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her research focuses mostly on modern and contemporary British fiction, esp the work of contemporary novelists Ian McEwan, Kazuo Ishiguro, and Graham Swift.
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). Chapters contributed to the following 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), Women Writing Trauma in Literature (2022), Crisis in Contemporary British Fiction (2023), Depictions of Pestilence in Literature, Media, and Art (2023), and Essays on Psychogeography and the City as Performance (2024). Logotheti is also the editor of the essay collection Crisis in Contemporary British Fiction (2023).