Nikoleta Zampaki

Nikoleta Zampaki is PhD Candidate of Modern Greek Philology in the Faculty of Philology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in Greece, Instructor at Furman University in U.S.A., Junior Fellow at Tübingen University in Germany and Fellow at St. Petersburg University in the Russian Federation. She finished her Ba and Mphil studies with “Arista” (the highest distinction) at the University of Ioannina in Greece. She attended courses as International Student at Harvard Extension School, Stanford University, Oxford Univer ity, Utrecht University, Bergen University etc.

Her research interests are Comparative Literature, European and American Literature (20th-21st ce.), Literary Theory, Environmental Humanities, Posthumanities and Phenomenology of Maurice Merleau – Ponty. She is Editor and Reviewer at many journals overseas and current member at ASLE U.S.A, EASLCE, The International Merleau – Ponty Circle, The International Ecolinguistics Association, BCLA, Posthumanism Research Institute of Brock University in Canada etc. She participates in many conferences and she speaks many languages fluently such as English, French, Turkish, Romanian, Russian, Japanese etc. Academic site [].