Anastasia Pantazopoulou

GRADUATE STUDENT IN CLASSICAL STUDIES
BEGINNING LATIN INSTRUCTOR
  • About

    Anastasia holds a BA in Philology majoring in Classics (2013), and an MA in Ancient Greek Philology (2015) from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Her master’s thesis focused on the metatheatrical dimension of Euripides’ Medea and Seneca’s Medea. Her research interests include ancient Greek and Roman drama, classical texts and visual arts, literary reception, digital humanities, gender studies, and film studies. She is an alumna of the American Academy in Rome CSS, an Intersections-Mellon Grant Doctoral Student for the 2018-2020 academic years, and a UF Graduate School Fellowship Top-off Award recipient. Anastasia has also received a UF Graduate Student Teaching Award for the 2017-2018 academic year as a Latin Instructor. She has also presented papers at the CAMWS meetings, the Film & History Conference, the PAMLA Conference, and the Comparative Drama Conference. She is currently working on her dissertation which explores the social (societal, political, gender) dynamics of space on both an individual and community level in ancient and contemporary theater, cinema, and digital games.

  • Current Courses Curriculum Vitae Department of Classics
  • Office Hours SPRING 2020: M6 / W4 or by appointment
  • Office: 134 Dauer Hall
    Phone:+1 352-392-2075
    Email: apantazopoulou@ufl.edu
    Department of Classical Studies
    University of Florida, PO Box 117435
    Gainesville, FL 32611-7435