British Association for American Studies


Katerina Delikonstantinidou

Aikaterini Delikonstantinidou is a Ph.D. student in the School of English at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Her academic activity involves the publication of a number of articles as well as presentations in both national and international conferences. She received full scholarship by the Greek State Scholarship Foundation to pursue her M.A. degree and she was awarded the 2014 Young Scholar Excellence Award by MESEA. Her involvement in the Summer Exchange Program between the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and York University, Toronto, Canada (with a scholarship by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation) earned her the distinction of Honorary Ambassador of the Greek Canadian History project. She is assistant editor of the academic journals ______/Gramma and Critical Stages: The IACT webjournal. Her research interests include, among others, Performing Arts, Ancient Drama, Ethnic Studies, as well as Mythology and Folklore.

Conference Review: ‘The War on the Human: Human as Right, Human as Limit and the Task of the Humanities’

The conference touched upon a variety of topics and disciplines, bridging ancient Greek philosophy with deconstruction, experimental poetics with pedagogy, medicine with narratology, textuality with anthropology, the law and institutional policies with literary studies, ethics and politics with metaphysics.