Spyridon Chairetis is a DPhil candidate in Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at the University of Oxford. His doctoral thesis examines queer potentialities in TV comedy texts of the 1990s and 2000s and his general academic interests concentrate on Greek LGBTQ cinema, television, literature, media fandom and auto-ethnography. He holds a BA in English literature, University of Athens and has studied Contemporary European Politics (University of Bath, UK & Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain) and Creative Writing (University of W. Macedonia, Greece) at Master’s level. He has co-organised conferences and workshops (University of Oxford & University of Ulster) and currently serves as gender/sexuality editor of E-International Relations and editor of Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities. He also writes poetry and his poems have been published in literary magazines and collective volumes.

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spyridon.chairetis@seh.ox.ac.uk