Serra Húnter Fellow
Tenure-track Assistant Professor in English Cultural Studies
PhD in English, University of Cambridge
MA in American Literature, King's College, University of London
BA in English Language and Literature, University of Athens
Introduction to English Literature
Genre and English Literature
North American Literature
Supervisor of Undergraduate Dissertations
My interdisciplinary research interests lie in a period spanning the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, particularly in relation to the unconscious, emotions, the senses, animal studies and travel writing.
Monograph Thalia Trigoni. 2021. The Intelligent Unconscious in Modernist Literature and Science (London and New York: Routledge). ISBN 9780367550899.
Peer-Reviewed Essays and Articles
Thalia Trigoni & Charis Charalampous. 2023. "The Semiotic Pulsions of Dickinson's Poetry and their Medicinal Virtues," Theory Now: Journal of Literature, Critique and Thought.
Thalia Trigoni. 2023. "E. S. Dallas's Literary Theory: The 'Hidden Soul' and the Workings of the Imagination," in Persisting Souls in Literature, eds. Sara Thornton, Delphine Louis-Dimitrov, Estelle Murail (Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan).
Thalia Trigoni & Charis Charalampous. 2020. "Surreal Science and Scientific Surrealism: Dali and the Fundamental Building Blocks of Reality," in Volume 6: Realism(s) of the Avant-Garde, eds. David Ayers, Moritz Baßler, Sascha Bru, Ursula Frohne, Benedikt Hjartarson (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter), 139-152.
Thalia Trigoni. 2019. "Thomas De Quincey and the Fluid Movement between Literary and Scientific Writings on Dream Inducing Drugs," in Histories of Dreams and Dreaming: An
Interdisciplinary Perspective (Series: Palgrave Studies in the History of Science and Technology), eds. Giorgia Μorgese, Giovanni Pietro Lombardo and Hendrika Vande Kemp (Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan), 63-90.
Thalia Trigoni. 2019. "Lawrence's Allotropic Gladiatorial: Resisting the Mechanisation of the Human in Women in Love," in D.H. Lawrence: Technology and Modernity, ed. Indrek Männiste (New York: Bloomsbury), 137-147.
Thalia Trigoni. 2015. "Corporeal Cognition: Pragmatist Aesthetics in William James," in Aesthetics and the Embodied Mind: Beyond Art Theory and the Cartesian Mind-Body Dichotomy, ed. Alfonsina Scarinzi. (New York; London: Springer), 55-70.
Thalia Trigoni. 2014. "Lawrence's Radical Dualism: The Bodily Unconscious," English Studies 95:3, 302-321.
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