Anthie Georgiadi, GS, ENG

Graduate Student, Department of English
University Administrative Fellow

Anthie Georgiadi joined Princeton’s English Department in 2020. She received both her BA in English Language and Literature and her MA in Comparative Literary Studies with an emphasis on Classical Greek and Anglophone literature(s) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. 

She is mostly interested in interdisciplinary literary and cultural studies, and her research is focused on literary and cultural theory, contemporary, world and postcolonial literature, migration, media, photography, and art studies. She is currently working on her dissertation ("Tidal Bodies, Islanded Thoughts"), and she joined UAF's community to work on CDH's 19th Century Data Collective project.

My connection with GradFUTURES has been mostly through the events organized across campus, and every time I meet with people affiliated with the community I am more and more convinced that we are so lucky to have them; to have people dedicated to helping all of us pursue our varying interests and explore possibilities that surpass what we imagined when we joined our PhD programs. If I had to offer one piece of advice to fellow students, it would be the following: pursue your interests and the rest will follow.