• Ioanna Laliotou

    Visiting Associate Professor
    Department of Classics, Hellenic Studies
    608 Hamilton Hall, Mail Code: MC 2861, United States
    MS 4-3902
    Office Hours:
    Monday & Wednesday, 1:00pm-2:00pm


    Ioanna Laliotou is Associate Professor in Contemporary History at the Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology, University of Thessaly (GR) (http://www.ha.uth.gr/en/teachers.cv.asp?teacher=20 ) She has received her academic training at the University of Athens in Greece (BA in History), Birmingham University in Britain (M.Soc.Sc. in Cultural Studies), and the European University Institute in Italy (Ph.D. in History). She has conducted research as a Fulbright Scholar at Columbia University (USA), as a post-doctoral fellow at Princeton University (USA) and as a fellow at the International Center for Advanced Studies at New York University (USA). She is author of Transatlantic Subjects. Acts of Migration and Cultures of Transnationalism between Greece and America (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2004) and co-editor of the collective book Women migrants between the East and the West: Gender, mobility and belonging in contemporary Europe (London: Berghan, 2007). Laliotou is also member of the editorial committee of the journal Historein. Her research interests include cultural history, subjectivity, mobility, transnationalism and visions of future and utopia in contemporary society. Her forthcoming book is on The Future in History: how the twentieth century imagined a different world (Αthens: EKT, 2016).