Professor Dimitris Dimiroulis

Specialization: History & Theory of Literature

He holds the degrees of Bachelor of Arts (University of Athens) and Doctor of Philosophy (University of Thessaloniki). Postdoctoral studies at the University of Birmingham (England).

Prior to joining Panteion University of Athens in 1992, as Professor of Literary Theory and History, he had taught literature, civilization, and rhetoric at the University of Sydney (Australia). In 1987 he was appointed to the Foundation Chair of Modern Greek Studies at the University of Flinders (South Australia), a position he held until 1992. From 1998 to 2002 he served as Head at the Department of Communication, Media, and Culture (Panteion University). From 2002 onward he has been directing the Media Lab and the Division of Communication in the same institution.

His research interests are in the area of rhetoric, theory of literature, and cultural studies. His numerous publications (books, translations, articles, and contributions to volumes) focus mainly on the social/historical and formal aspects of literary works, as well as on the contemporary developments in criticism, philosophy, and art.


  1. Greek and European Literature (6th Semester)
  2. Cultural Texts: Writing-Reading-Book (7th Semester)
  3. Theory of Literature (8th Semester)