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Surveys and interviews
Journal of Civic Media
Archival research and scholarship
"Κουβέντες μακρινές" με τη Βασιλική Ράπτη
The Marrying of Greek Roots with the Intimate Physicality of Daily/Sacred Life
The Bliss of Swinging in Language: Crossing Borders in Poetry & Translation
A Citizen TALES Commons Online Film Screening
A Citizen TALES Commons Online Film Screening. Hit the Road takes the tradition of the Iranian road-trip movie and adds unexpected twists and turns.
MODERNISM: PLAY WITH HISTORY?
Counter to the conventional perception of modernism as ahistorical, there have been many recent academic and critical efforts to historicize it.
French-speaking women playwrights in the Balkans (talk in greek)
Cornelius Castoriadis and Democracy as a Tragic Regime
A Citizen TALES Commons Online Lecture Introduced and Moderated by Vassiliki Rapti, Ph. D.
The Civic Imaginary: What if the great Polish playwright didn’t write plays?
Translation and transition: The third conversation on play as humanistic inquiry
Reviving the Journal of Civic Media: An Interview with Vassiliki Rapti
The Journal of Civic Media