Gerasimus Katsan, Associate Professor, Modern Greek and
Coordinator of the Modern Greek Program, holds a PhD in
Interdisciplinary Studies [Modern Greek, English, Comparative Studies]
(Ohio State University, 2003), an MA in Modern Greek (Ohio State
University, 1995), and a BA in English (University of Utah, 1991).
Research interests include contemporary fiction, postmodernism, and
comparative approaches to literature. Before coming to Queens College, Katsan was Senior Lecturer of Modern Greek at Ohio State University,
and Lector in Hellenic Studies at Yale University. He has published several reviews and articles, and his book, History and Ideology in Greek Postmodernist
Fiction, was published by the Fairleigh Dickinson University Press in 2013.
Office: King Hall 209A
Office: Kissena 100H
Eleni Natsiopoulou has a BA from the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, an MS from Baruch College, and a PhD from Columbia University.