Charikleia Glafki
Gkotsi
Assistant Professor
History of art in the modern and contemporary era

Contact

School of History and Archaeology

Office 313, Faculty of Philosophy, new building, 3rd floor

Office hours: Tuesday, 11.00-13.00, Thursday, 13.00-15.00

2310997269

Short CV Presentation

Glafki Gotsi holds a PhD in history of art from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has taught at several university departments, as well as at the Hellenic Open University. She has also worked as postdoctoral researcher at the International University of Greece. In 2023 she was elected to the position of assistant professor at the School of History and Archaeology of AUTH. Her research interests focus on issues of modern and contemporary art mainly from the perspective of the history of women and gender. Her publications include articles in conference proceedings and chapters in collective volumes. She has also published articles in scholarly journals in Greece and abroad (Women’s History Review, Dini, feminist journal, Kritiki+Techni, Ta Istorika, Nea Estia, Artl@s Bulletin). She has edited the Greek release of the book Richard Turner, The Renaissance in Florence. The Invention of a New Art (trans. Michalis Lyhounas, Thessaloniki: University Studio Press, 2011) and co-edited the volumes Gender in History: Historiographical Accounts and Case Studies (Athens: Asini, 2015) and Histories on Sexuality (Athens: Themelio, 2020). Since 2013 she co-edits the annual online publication of the Greek Bibliography of Women’s and Gender Historiography, accessible at http://anemi.lib.uoc.gr/metadata/6/6/7/metadata-1382700536-109398-18169.tkl. Her book Female Viewers of Art (1850-1900) was published in 2022 (Thessaloniki: Nissides).

Short CV Presentation

Glafki Gotsi holds a PhD in history of art from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has taught at several university departments, as well as at the Hellenic Open University. She has also worked as postdoctoral researcher at the International University of Greece. In 2023 she was elected to the position of assistant professor at the School of History and Archaeology of AUTH. Her research interests focus on issues of modern and contemporary art mainly from the perspective of the history of women and gender. Her publications include articles in conference proceedings and chapters in collective volumes. She has also published articles in scholarly journals in Greece and abroad (Women’s History Review, Dini, feminist journal, Kritiki+Techni, Ta Istorika, Nea Estia, Artl@s Bulletin). She has edited the Greek release of the book Richard Turner, The Renaissance in Florence. The Invention of a New Art (trans. Michalis Lyhounas, Thessaloniki: University Studio Press, 2011) and co-edited the volumes Gender in History: Historiographical Accounts and Case Studies (Athens: Asini, 2015) and Histories on Sexuality (Athens: Themelio, 2020). Since 2013 she co-edits the annual online publication of the Greek Bibliography of Women’s and Gender Historiography, accessible at http://anemi.lib.uoc.gr/metadata/6/6/7/metadata-1382700536-109398-18169.tkl. Her book Female Viewers of Art (1850-1900) was published in 2022 (Thessaloniki: Nissides).

Contact

School of History and Archaeology

Office 313, Faculty of Philosophy, new building, 3rd floor

Office hours: Tuesday, 11.00-13.00, Thursday, 13.00-15.00

2310997269

Studies

1983 - 1987

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

School of History and Archaeology

Degree with specialization in Archaeology

1989 - 1993

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

School of History and Archaeology

Postgraduate Degree in History of Art

1994 - 1995

University of Leeds

School of Fine Art

Master of Arts in Feminist Theory, History and Criticism in the Visual Arts

1995 - 2002

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

School of History and Archaeology

PhD

Publications

2022

Female Viewers of Art (1850-1900)

Glafki Gotsi

Books

2020

Aspects of Sexuality and Desire in the Nude of the 1930s: with Emphasis on Women's Side

Glafki Gotsi

Book Chapters

2019

Α “Guarantee of Clustered Energy and Collective Promotion”: Τhe Association of Greek Women Artists and its Exhibitions in the 1950s and 1960s

Glafki Gotsi

Journal Papers

2019

Images of Modern Women in Greek Art of the Interwar Period

Glafki Gotsi

Conferences

2015

The Male Nude in Greek Art of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries: Questions of Aesthetics, Sexuality and Power

Glafki Gotsi

Book Chapters

Research Interests

History of gender in modern and contemporary art Women and art Art and feminism Body / sexuality / class in art The discourse on the visual arts in the 19th and 20th centuries Approaches to art from the standpoint of philosophy, psychoanalysis, or political theory Environment and landscape from the 15th to the 21st century Accounts of art historiography and theory

Professional Experience

Courses

2023 - 2024

HIA 259/210. Greek art in the 19th century (Undergraduate)

2023 - 2024

HIA 901/606. Seminar 'Art and Gender' (Undergraduate)

Skills

Projects

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