Eugenia Grammatikopoulou studied French Language and Literature at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and at USHS & ITI-RI, Strasbourg. In 1998-99 she accomplished a stage on education in Bretagne, France (EU’s framework programme Socrates / Lingua C). In 2007 she received her PhD in the field of theory of literature from the Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In 2011 she carried out post-doctoral research in the field of comparative literature (Greek States Scholarship Foundation/IKY), followed up in 2012-13 (excellence scholarship from the Research Committee of Aristotle University).
Her subject area is “French and Comparative Literature” and since 2008 she has been teaching French and European Literature, Comparative Literature and Literary Translation in the School of French Language and Literature, Aristotle University, as well as in autonomous or joined Postgraduate Studies Programs of the Faculty of Philosophy. From 2016 to 2022, she was the director of the Laboratory of Comparative Literature (https://www.frl.auth.gr/index.php/en/department/laboratories/laboratory-of-comparative-literature-esg) and of the bilingual comparatist review Inter-textes (http://dia-keimena.frl.auth.gr/index.php/fr/volumes-fr). She has also taught as an invited professor at the Universities of Rennes, Aix-Marseille and Haute-Alsace.
Since 2023 she is a faculty member at the Department of Political Sciences. Her research focuses on literature and politics (avant-garde movements, memory and narrative, dystopian novels, terrorism, migration, female identity). Since 2002 she also works as a professional translator of French literature and essays. For her papers & translations, see also: https://auth.academia.edu/EugeniaGrammatikopoulou