Upon completion of the course students will be able
-To examine Modern Greek Literature in its engagement with aesthetic, cultural, political and social questions of the era.
-To formulate the key principles of movements and articulate the differences between them.
-To determine approaches and organize readings in major writers and texts of the Modern Greek Literature.
-To collect and arrange appropriate research data in evaluating their significance for assignment planning.
-To develop skills in the close examination of texts and in making thematic and formal connections between them.
-To appreciate the use of technology and operate it effectively in the delivery of instruction, assessment and professional development.
Course Content (Syllabus)
This course offers an overview of the historical evolution of Modern Greek Literature, through the examination of key authors and texts (in chronological order). It examines literary movements alongside the history of ideas as well as social and political events. Intertextual relations (especially within a European framework) will also be examined. The second part of the course is an introduction to the discipline of Modern Greek Philology (tools, methods, bibliography, etc.).
Course Bibliography (Eudoxus)
1) Λίνος Πολίτης, Ιστορία της νεοελληνικής λογοτεχνίας, ΜΙΕΤ, Αθήνα 2010: Κ. Ε: 44078
2) Λεξικό Νεοελληνικής Λογοτεχνίας, Πατάκης, Αθήνα 2007: Κ. Ε.: 21737
3) Δ. Αγγελάτος, Η άλφα-βήτα του νεοελληνιστή,Gutenberg, 1η/2011. Κ. Ε.:12588102