SELECTED PUBLICATIONS/ CONFERENCE PAPERS/ PUBLIC TALKS
Roupakia E.L. and Eleni Sideri. Guest editors of “Religion, Migration and Belonging in Contemporary Anglophone Literature and Film”, Special edition of Ex-Centric Narratives: Journal of Anglophone Literature, Culture and Media. Aristotle University and HELAAS: 2021.
Roupakia E.L. “Whose Recognition? Authenticity, Agency and Responsibility in Kerri Sakamoto’s The Electrical Field,” Community Boundaries and Border Crossings by Ethnic Women Writers, Kristen Lillvis, Molly Fuller, and Robert Miltner (eds), Rowman and Littlefield: 2016.
Sideri Eleni and Roupakia E.L. (editors) Religion and Migration in the Black Sea Region, as part of the Religion and Global Migrations series. Palgrave Macmillan: 2017.
Selected Articles in Peer-Reviewed International Journals:
Roupakia E.L. “Religion, Cosmopolitanism and Ethics: Re-reading Monica Ali’s Brick Lane”. Journal of Postcolonial Writing: 52. 6 (2016).
Roupakia E.L. “‘Art-iculating’ affective citizenship: Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For.” Atlantis, Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies: 37.1 (2015).
Roupakia E.L. “On ‘Care’, ethics and reading practice: Re-reading Zadie Smith’s White Teeth.” Literature Interpretation Theory, Routledge: 26.2 (2015).
Roupakia E.L. “On judging with care and the responsibility of an heir: reading Eden Robinson’s Monkey Beach.” University of Toronto Quarterly 81.2 (2012).
Selected Articles in Conference Proceedings/ Conference Papers
Roupakia E.L. “Notes on transcultural belonging: negotiating transcultural presence and reparative reading through Julia Alvarez’s How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents.” European Association for American Studies Conference, Warsaw 2021.
Roupakia E.L. “Religion, Migration, Cosmopolitanism: Women Crossing Boundaries.” The Politics of Space and the Humanities, International Conference, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 15-17 Dec 2017.
Baniotopoulou, Roupakia and Sideri. “Locating belonging, refiguring space: Mediterranean Crossings and the 4th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art.” Continuities, Discontinuities, Ruptures in the Greek World (1204-2014): Economy, Society, History, Literature. Edited by Konstandinos A. Dimadis, Freie Universitaet Berlin: 2014.
Roupakia E.L. “Narrative Re-Mappings of Identity in Edwidge Danticat’s ‘New York Day Women.’” Invitation extended by Stockton University, USA in the context of the “Virtual Exchanges” initiative between AUTh and Stockton. December 2020.
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