Papadodima Efstathia


Efstathia (Efi) Papadodima
Research Fellow (DPhil Oxon)

Biographical note

Efstathia (Efi) Papadodima is a Research Fellow at the Research Centre for Greek and Latin Literature of the Academy of Athens (appointed in 2015). Her research focuses on Greek and Roman drama, Greek morality, and the reception of myth. She is the author of three books and of a number of articles and chapters in edited volumes.

She read Classics at the University of Athens (BA) and earned her MSt and DPhil from the University of Oxford. She has taught a wide range of subjects of Greek and Latin literature at the Universities of Texas at Austin, Ioannina, Thessaly, and the Peloponnese.

 

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

  • Σοφοκλέους Αίας (Εισαγωγή – Μετάφραση – Σχόλια) (Αθήνα, Ακαδημία Αθηνών 2018).
  • Foreignness Negotiated: Conceptual and Ethical Aspects of the Greek-Barbarian Distinction in Fifth-Century Literature (Hildesheim / New York, Georg Olms Verlag 2013).
  • Σενέκα Θυέστης (Εισαγωγή – Μετάφραση – Σχόλια) (Αθήνα, Στιγμή 2011).

EDITED BOOKS

  • Αρχαίο Δράμα και Λαϊκή Ηθική (Αθήνα, Ακαδημία Αθηνών 2019).
  • Silence in Ancient Greek Drama, Trends in Classics special issue (Berlin, De Gruyter 2019).

REFEREED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

  • “Silence in Ajax’s Myth”. In E. Papadodima (ed.), Silence in Ancient Greek Drama, Trends in Classics special issue (Berlin, De Gruyter 2019).
  • “Victimless Cheating in Attic Tragedy”, Electra 4 (2018) 109-122.
  • “Sea Imagery in Sophocles’ Ajax”, Rosetta 21 (2017) 23-34.
  • “The Rhetoric of Fear in Euripides’ Phoenician Women”, Antichthon 50 (2016) 33-49.
  • “Aspects of dikē in Attic Tragedy: The Trials of the House of Atreus”. In S. Nowicki (ed.), Crime and Punishment in Antiquity, 1-23 (Münster, Ugarit-Verlag 2016).
  • “The Term eleutheria  in Euripides’ Alcestis”, Ramus 43 (2014) 134-51.
  • “Ethnicity and the Stage.” In J. McInerney (ed.), Blackwell Companion to Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean (Malden MA, Wiley-Blackwell 2014).
  • “Sortition and Heroic Values Greek Tragedy. The Case of Sophocles’ Ajax and Euripides’ Children of Heracles”, Athenaeum 102 (2014) 388-401.
  • “The Anatomy of Death in Euripides’ Trojan Women”, Classica et Mediaevalia 64 (2013) 117-37.
  • “The Term onoma and the Theme of Naming in Aeschylus’ Seven against Thebes and Euripides’ Phoenician Women”, Acta Classica 56 (2013) 136-54.
  • “The Battle of Marathon in Fifth-Century Drama.” In C. Carey και M. Edwards (ed.), Marathon 2,500 YearsBICS Supplement 124 (2013) 143-54.
  • “H τραγική Αθήνα στο πλαίσιο της εθνικής και ενδο-εθνικής διαφοροποίησης”. In Α. Μαρκαντωνάτος (ed.), Θέατρο και Πόλη: Αττικό Δράμα, Αθηναϊκή Δημοκρατία και Αρχαία Ελληνική Θρησκεία, 41-82 (Αθήνα, Gutenberg 2012).
  • Forms and Conceptions of dikē in Euripides’ Heracleidae, Suppliants, and Phoenissae”, Philologus 155 (2011) 14-38.
  • “Self-characterisation in Rhesus 394-424”, Studia Humaniora Tartuensia 12 (2011) 1-8.
  • “Euripides’ Iphigeneia among the Taurians. The Cultural Ascendancy of Hellas?”. In C. Hanratty και E. Ioannidou (ed.), Epidaurus Encounters: Greek Drama, Ancient Theatre and Modern Performance, 55-64 (Berlin, Parodos Verlag 2011).
  • Dikē in Attic Tragedy: An Overview”, Eranos 106 (2010) 93-110.
  • “The Term dikē in Sophocles”, Classica et Mediaevalia 61 (2010) 5-48.
  • The Greek/ Barbarian Interaction in Euripides’ Andromache, Orestes, and Heracleidae”, Digressus 10 (2010) 1-42.
  • Entries for Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy, In H. Roisman (ed.) (Malden MA, Wiley-Blackwell): Justice and Injustice in Greek Tragedy˙ Law in Greek Tragedy˙ Euripides and Subversiveness˙ Ethnicity˙ Eunuchs in Greek Tragedy˙ Incest in Greek Tragedy˙ Foreign Language in Greek Tragedy ˙ Foreigners in Greek Tragedy.

Information and contact

 

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email: epapadodima@academyofathens.gr