Konstantinos P. Nikoloutsos, Ph.D.
Prior to coming to Saint Joseph's University, Dr. Nikoloutsos taught at the University of Liverpool, Florida Atlantic University, and Berea College. He also taught as visiting faculty at the University of Buenos Aires and recently offered graduate mini courses at the Federal University of Paraná (Curitiba, Brazil) and the State University of Campinas (Brazil).
Ph.D., Classics, University of Birmingham (U.K.), 2004
M.Sc., Classics, University of Edinburgh, 1995
B.A., Classics, University of Thessaloniki, 1994
Dr. Nikoloutsos regularly teaches Beginning and Intermediate Latin. In addition, he has taught Classical Mythology, Ancient Greece and Rome in the Cinema, Sexuality and Gender in the Ancient World for the Honors Program, Sports and Recreation in Antiquity, and upper-division courses in Latin literature, such as Roman Elegy, Oratory, and Historiography.
Dr. Nikoloutsos is the director of the Ancient Studies Program and serves as advisor for majors and all minors in Classics.
Edited Volumes & Special Issues
2013 Ancient Greek Women in Film. Oxford: Oxford University Press (Classical Presences Series). Editor, author of the introduction, and contributor of a chapter. (OUP American Catalog Link, OUP UK Catalog Link)
2012 Reception of Greek and Roman Drama in Latin America. Special issue of Romance Quarterly 59.1. Guest editor, author of the introduction, and contributor of an article.
Refereed Articles & Book Chapters
• “Cubanizing Greek Drama: José Triana’s Medea in the Mirror (1960).” In Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas. Ed. Kathryn Bosher, Fiona Macintosh, Justine McConnell, and Patrice Rankine. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming). • “Introduction.” In Ancient Greek Women in Film. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2013. 1-15. • “Between Family and the Nation: Gorgo in the Cinema.” In Ancient Greek Women in Film. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2013. 255-78. • “Reviving the Past: Cinematic History and Popular Memory in The 300 Spartans (1962).” Classical World 106.2 (2013): 261-283. • “Introduction.” Reception of Greek and Roman Drama in Latin America. Special issue of Romance Quarterly 59.1 (2012): 1-5. • “Seneca in Cuba: Gender, Race, and the Revolution in José Triana’s Medea en el espejo.” Reception of Greek and Roman Drama in Latin America. Special issue of Romance Quarterly 59.1 (2012): 19-35. • “From Tomb to Womb: Tibullus 1.1 and the Discourse of Masculinity in Post-Civil War Rome.” Scholia 20 (2011): 52-71. • “The Boy as Metaphor: The Hermeneutics of Homoerotic Desire in Tibullus 1.9.” Helios 38.1 (2011): 27-57. • “Appropriating Greek Myth: Female Sacrifice and Argentine Patriarchal Society in Inés de Oliveira Cézar’s Extranjera.” Classical Receptions Journal 2.1 (2010): 92-113.
REPRINTED in Exploring European Identities/Ideologies by Means of (Re)Presentations of Ancient Drama: Ancient Drama and Cinema. European Network of Research and Documentation of Performances of Ancient Greek Drama: Epidauros. 2010. 39-60.
• “The Alexander Bromance: Male Desire and Gender Fluidity in Oliver Stone’s Historical Epic.” Queer Icons from Greece and Rome. Special issue of Helios 35.2 (2008): 223-251. • “Beyond Sex: The Poetics and Politics of Pederasty in Tibullus 1.4.” Phoenix 61.1-2 (2007): 55-82.
Grants and Awards
• Michael J. Morris Grant for Scholarly Research. Saint Joseph's University. 2014-2015. • Gilbert Murray Trust (U.K.): Classical Award. Spring 2014. • Loeb Classical Library Foundation Fellowship. Harvard University. 2012-2013. • Summer Research Grant. Saint Joseph’s University. 2011. • 2008 Paul Rehak Prize: Awarded by the Lambda Classical Caucus for my article “Beyond Sex: The Poetics and Politics of Pederasty in Tibullus 1.4.” Phoenix 61.1-2 (2007): 55-82.
Dr. Nikoloutsos is the recipient of the 2008 Paul Rehak Prize awarded by the Lambda Classical Caucus to honor scholarly excellence in the field of homoeroticism in the Greco-Roman world. His honors also include the 2012-2013 Loeb Classical Library Fellowship (Harvard University), one of the most prestigious international fellowships for classicists. Currently, Dr. Nikoloutsos is co-organizing an international conference entitled "Greeks and Romans on the Latin American Stage" to be held at University College London on June 24-26, 2014.
His teaching and research interests include:
Latin elegy, especially Tibullus
Gender and Sexuality in Classical Antiquity
Reception of Greek and Roman Drama in Latin American Theater and Cinema
Ancient History on Film.