Classical Studies Faculty Directory

Maria Kakavas

Visiting Assistant Professor

Selected Publications

Selected Commissioned Translations

Spyros Melas, Judas, Greek Cultural Olympiad, 2004

Dionysis Romas, Little Isabelle in Three Acts and Seven Sets, Greek Cultural Olympiad, 2004 

Translations of Emily Michael, One Hour and 47 Minutes, 2018


George Maniotis, The Unknown Soldier, expected 2021 (with Eugene Bushala) (Cosmos Press)

Articles, Papers, Panels and Journals

“A Nostalgic Longing for the Lost Polis in Petronius’ Satyricon and Aristophanes’ The Clouds,” Stevenson University, March 29 – 32, 2012

“Helen—Whore, Wife, Cause of War or Just a Phantom of Euripides?” Comparative Drama Conference, Loyola Marymount University, March 24 – 27, 2011

“The Differences Between Male and Female Linguistic vocabulary as seen in Aristophane’s Lysistrata, Loula Angnostaki’s The Overnight Visitor and Euripides’ Andromache,” Comparative Drama Conference, Loyola Marymount University, March 24 – 27, 2010

“Theater Performance for Language Learning,”Modern Greek Studies Association symposium, Vancouver Canada, Simon Fraser University, October 15 – 17, 2009

Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation Conference on Hellenic Studies in North and Latin America (invited participant), New York City, September 2005

“A Comparison of the Social Environments of the Women in Papadiamantis’ The Murderess with those of the women in Euripides’ Medea,” 26th Comparative Drama Conference, Ohio State University, 2002