Dr Sotirios Paraschas
Teaching Fellow in Modern Greek
Address Room D6, North Wing
Department of Classics
King's College London
London, WC2R 2LS
After completing my DPhil in Modern Languages at the University of Oxford in 2009, I worked as a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in French ((2010-2013) at the University of Warwick and as a Lecturer in French Studies at the University of Reading (2013-2015). I joined the Department of Classics at King’s in 2016.
- The aesthetic and material conditions of authorship in the European nineteenth century
- History of intellectual property
- The practice and history of adaptation
My research focuses on the ways in which authorship develops in the increasingly commodified literary marketplace of the nineteenth century and on the ways in which it is represented in nineteenth-century fiction.
- Reappearing Characters in Nineteenth-Century French Literature (Palgrave, forthcoming, 2018)
- The Realist Author and Sympathetic Imagination (Oxford: Legenda, 2013)
- “Romantic Drama: The Mask of Genius” in The Oxford Handbook of European Romanticism, ed. by Paul Hamilton (Oxford: OUP, 2016), pp. 105-121
- “Illusions perdues: Writers, Artists and the Reflexive Novel” in The Cambridge Companion to Balzac, ed. by Owen Heathcote and Andrew Watts (Cambridge: CUP, 2017), pp. 97-110
Modern Greek and Comparative Literature