I am a DPhil candidate in Modern Greek at the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages. My research focuses on the trajectory of James Joyce’s Ulysses in Greece, its translations and critical reception. I became involved with the OCCT when I was a student of the MSt Comparative Literature and Critical Translation. In 2022, I became General Editor of the OCCT Review. I am also a member of the OCCT Discussion Group Advisory Board, acting as a point of contact between the Discussion Group and the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages.
Being part of the OCCT community has helped me evolve significantly as a researcher and as an editor; I am very grateful to be part of such an expanding network and very excited to see more and more people getting involved.