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12

Filippos KATSANOS


Research interests

  • Cultural Networks, transfers, mediators
  • Press and literature
  • Translations and translators
  • Reception of foreign literatures
  • Diachronic poetics and theory of literary genres
  • Popular literature
  • 19th century Greek, French and British novel
  • Literature and social discourse
  • Literature and cultural history

Education

  • 2019 : Agrégation de lettres modernes.
  • 2013-2018 : PhD under joint supervision in Comparative literature, Paul Valéry University (Montpellier III) and University of Patras. PhD Dissertation : "Mysteriography: emergence and dissemination of a poetics in France, Greece and Great Britain". Dissertation supervisors : Γεωργία Γκότση, Marie-Ève Thérenty.
  • 2012 : MA in Education, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon.
  • 2010 : MA in French and Comparative literature, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon.
  • 2009-2013 : Fellow, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon.
  • 2009 : MA in European studies, Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales.
  • 2008 : BA in French literature, Paris IV-Sorbonne.
  • 2005 : Baccalaureate in Literature, highest honors.

 Employment

  • 2016- : French literature professor in public secondary education, Pierre Sémard middle school (Bobigny).
  • 2013-2016 : graduate teaching assistant, Paul Valéry University (Montpellier III).

Special skills

  • English, level C2 : Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English, 2003.
  • Modern Greek, level C2 : Πιστοποιητικό ελληνομάθειας επιπέδου Δ, 2003.
  • Certificate in computing "C2i2e enseignant"


Journal articles8 documents

Conference papers2 documents

  • Filippos Katsanos. Le roman gothique britannique et la muse parodique de Paul Féval : Ann Radcliffe dans "La Ville-Vampire". L’écrivain personnage de fiction, Jean-Christophe Valtat, May 2015, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-02265317⟩
  • Filippos Katsanos. "Être ibérique et romancier" : résister face à l’hégémonie culturelle française dans "Les Mystères de Lisbonne". The Mysteries of Lisbon : the global and intermedial circulation of Urban Mysteries in Lusophone Literature and Culture (19th-21st centuries), Isabel Gil; Catherine Nesci, Dec 2014, Lisbonne, Portugal. ⟨hal-02265350⟩

Directions of work or proceedings2 documents