Books


The Last Word
Women, Death and Divination in Inner Mani.
The University of Chicago Press (USA & Europe), 1991.


The Senses Still

Perception and Memory as Material Culture in Modernity.
The University of Chicago Press (USA & Europe), 1996.

 

Identities in Pain.
Co-edited with Jonas Frykman & S. Ewert.
Sweden: Nordic Academic Press, 1998.

 

Ritual, Power and the Body
Historical Perspectives on the Representation of Greek Women,
ed. New York: Pella Publishing Co. (Greek Studies), 1993.

 

An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017.

 

Sensing the Everyday
Dialogues from Austerity Greece
London/New York: Routledge,  2018-19

 

The Last Word in the Ends of Europe   (in Greek)
Αthens:  Pedio Publishing, 2017.
[orig. Livanis Publishing Org. 1994, 4th ed. 2008].

 

The Senses Still   (in Greek)
Athens:  Pedio Publishing, 2017.
[orig. Livani Publishing Org. 1997, 3d edition 2008].

 

Crossing the Body
Culture, History and Gender in Greece.  
(in Greek)
Athens:  Pedio Publishing, 2017.
[orig. Livani Publishing Org., 1997, 2nd edition 2008].

 

Come to Eros.     Poetry.  (in Greek)
Αthens: Livani Publishing Organization, 1999.

 

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. (in Greek)
Athens: Pedio Publishing, 2017.

 

Dialogical Anthropology, Theory and Practice
(in Greek)
Athens: Pedio Publishing, 2018.

Articles

I. IN BOOKS & JOURNALS

  • Death Drives in the City: Or, on a Third Stream Anamnesis.
    SOCIAL TEXT: Journal of Cultural and Political Analysis

    (Duke University Press), vol.34(1-126) March 2016.
  • On Tactility.
    International Encyclopaedea of Anthropology.
    (Wiley Blackwell, 2018).
  • Performing Intercultural Translation.
    Modern Greek Studies Yearbook– A Publication of Mediterranean, Slavic and Eastern Orthodox Studies
    (University of Minnesota), vol. 32-33,  2016-17.
  • Greek Pains: Subjectivity, Material Experience and  Communication in Modernity.
    Colonizing the Greek Mind? The Reception of Western Psychotherapeutics in Greece. 
    Charles Stewart, ed.          Athens: Deree, The American College of Greece, 2014.                     
  • Divination, Media and the Networked Body of Modernity.
    American Ethnologist, vol. 36, #2, May 2009.
  • Antiphony, Ritual and the Construction of Truth.
    Proceedings of the conference Honouring the Dead in the Peloponnese. Centre for Spartan and Peloponnesian Studies, University of Nottingham, UK,    edited by Helen Cavanagh, William Cavanagh and James Roy. CSPS Online Publication prepared by Sam Farnham.
  • The Memory of the Senses:Marks of the Transitory, (reprinted). The Design Culture Reader, Ben Highmore, ed.
    New York: Routledge, 2009.
  • Anthropological Dialogues: Stoller – Seremetakis. In Greek.
    Hellenic Sociological Review, #44, Spring 2008,
    Athens: Papazissis Publishers.
  • Tribute to Paul Stoller. In Greek.
    The Anthropological View, C. Nadia Seremetakis, ed.
    Hellenic Sociological Review, #44, Spring 2008,
    Athens: Papazissis Publishers.
  • The Last Word in Greece and Beyond:
    Ethnography and Cultural Translation.
    In Greek.
    The Last Word in the Ends of Europe, C. Nadia Seremetakis. Athens: Livani Publishing Org., 2008 (4th edition) [orig.1994].
  • The Breast of Aphrodite,
    (reprinted). The Taste Culture Reader: Experiencing Food and Drink, Carolyn Korsmeyer, ed. Oxford: Berg, 2007.
  • The Other City of Silence:
    Earthquake and the Petrified Bodies of History.
    In Greek. 
    Hellenic Sociological Review
    , #43, Winter 2007,
    Athens: Papazissis Publishers.
  • Medicine, Media and Body Consumption in the Era of Globalization. 
    In Greek.Views on Contemporary Culture, ed. Benaki Museum & Centre of Cultural Studies.  Athens: Ellinika Grammata, 2006.
  • Toxic Beauties: Medicine, Media and Body Consumption in Transnational Europe, with commentary by Margaret Lock “The Body in its Contemporary Version: Comments on Toxic Beauties by C. Nadia Seremetakis“. In Greek.
    Hellenic Sociological Review, #42, Winter 2005 – 6, Athens: Papazissis Publishers.
  • Presentation and translation of Abu Ghraib: Ceremonies of Nostalgia by Allen Feldman. In Greek. 
    Hellenic Sociological Review
    , #41,
    Summer 2005, Athens: Papazissis Publishers.
  • On the Branches of Memory.              
    Ode to the Olive Tree, ed. In Greek and English.  Academy of Athens – Hellenic Folklore Research Center & General Secretariat for the Olympic Games, Hellenic Ministry of Culture, 2004.
  • Toxic Beauties: Medicine, Information and Body Consumption in Transnational EuropeSocial Text: Journal of Cultural and Political Analysis, 68, vol. 19, no. 3, Fall 2001.
  • Antiphony. Poem. In the book The Man of Mt. Taenaron: Anthropological Quests in Inner Mani by Th. Pitsios. In Greek. Athens: Ellinika Ghrammata Press, 2000.
  • The Other City of Silence: Disaster and the Petrified Bodies of History. In German and English. Re-Membering the Body. G. Brandstetter & H. Volckers, eds. Wiener Festwochen (Vienna Festival 2000). Hatje Cantz Publishers, May, 1999.
  • Culture, Paedeia and Development in Messinia. In Greek.
    Special edition “Archaeology and Museums”, Eptakyklos: Journal of Archaeological and Philological Studies, #2, Sept. 1998 – Jan. 1999, Athens.
  • In Search of the Barbarians:Borders in Pain.
    Identities in Pain, J. Frykman, C. N. Seremetakis, S. Ewert. eds. Sweden: Nordic Academic Press, 1998.
  • Durations of Pains: A Genealogy of Pain.
    Identities in Pain, J. Frykman, C. N. Seremetakis, S. Ewert. eds. Sweden: Nordic Academic Press, 1998.
  • Memories of the Aftermath: Political Violence, Post-traumatic Stress and Cultural Transition to Democracy. In Croatian & English. ZENE I POLITIKA MIRA. Centar za zenske stydije. Ζagreb, 1997.
  • Fieldwork as Performance.
    Acts of the A’ International Scientific Congress, Dromena: Modern Means and Techniques of Recording Them. Center of Dromena, National Cultural Network of Cities, Municipality of Komotini (Nothern Greece). In Greek. Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Oct. 1997.
  • In Search of the BarbariansBorders in Pain.
    American Anthropologist, vol. 38, #3, 1996.
  • Gender Studies or Women’s Studies: Theoretical and Pedagogical Issues, Research Agendas and
    Directions.
     Australian Feminist Studies (University of Adelaide), Summer 1994.
  • The Memory of the Senses: Historical Perception, Commensal Exchange and Modernity,
    (reprinted). Visualizing Theory: Selections from VAR 1990 – 1994, Lucien Taylor, ed. New York: Routledge, 1994.
  • Perception and Material Culture in Modernity.
    In Greek. Αnthropotheoria, # 5 – 6, 1993, Patras.
  • Gender Studies or Women’s Studies:
    Theoretical and Pedagogical Issues, Research Agendas and Directions. Australian Feminist Studies (a University of Adelaide publication), Summer 1994.
  • Book review Contested Identities: Gender and Kinship in Modern Greece, Loizos and Papataxiarhis, eds. American Ethnologist, Spring 1993.
  • The Memory of the Senses: Historical Perception, Commensal Exchange and Modernity. Visual Anthropology Reviewvol. 9, #2, 1993.
  • The Ethics of Antiphony: The Social Construction of Pain, Gender and Power in the Southern Peloponnese.
    Ethos – Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology (American Anthropological Association),
    vol. 18, #4, 1990.
  • Introduction to Modern Greek Ideology and Folklore (Welcoming Remarks to folklorist Alki Kyriakidou – Nestoros).
    Journal of Modern Hellenism, #3, 1986. Invited speech.  Annual C. Paparrigopoulos Lecture, Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Queens College, N.Y.
  • Book review, The Poetics of Manhood: Contest and Identity in a Cretan Mountain Village, Michael Herzfeld.
    American Anthropologist, 88 (4), 1986.
  • The Eye of the Other: Watching Death in Rural Greece.
    Journal of Modern Hellenism, vol. 1, 1984.
  • Structuralism, Universalism and Peasant Particularities.
    In Greek. Social Sciences Review, #51, 1983.
    Greek National Center for Social Research. Athens.

 

II. IN NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES

  • Speaking of Violence: Media in Academia.
    Media Notes, Anthropology News, American Anthropological Association, online publication, September-Oct. 2011.
  • Carnival Times. In Greek.
    Hellenic Sociological Review, #41, summer 2005, Athens: Papazissis Publishers.
  • Intellectual Rights and Diaspora Greeks (reprinted). In Greek.
    Nea Politiki, monthly journal of political analysis, #7, April 2006, Athens.
  • Dreaming and Ethnography in the Mani. In Greek.
    Archaeologia & Technae, #80, Athens, September 2001.
  • Carnival Changes. In Greek. Ta NEA, National daily newspaper, special weekend edition,
    February 17, 2001.
  • Our Grandma Valentina. In Greek.  Τa ΝΕΑ, National daily newspaper, special weekend edition, Feb. 19 – 20, 2000.
  • The Petrified Bodies of Vienna: Culture and European Politics. In Greek. Τa ΝΕΑ, National daily newspaper, special weekend edition, March 11 – 12, 2000.
  • National Elections and the Peach of  History. In Greek. Τa ΝΕΑ, National daily newspaper, special weekend edition, April 22 – 23, 2000.
  • Maniat Lament, Female Discourse. Three-page article. In Greek. Τa ΝΕΑ, National daily newspaper, special weekend edition, July 8 – 9, 2000.
  • Women in Public Life or in History? In Greek. Τa ΝΕΑ,
    National daily newspaper, special weekend edition, Sept. 9 – 10, 2000.
  • The Philosophy of Performance. Book Review article, Aeshylus: Mythical Theater, Political Voice, John Chiolis. In Greek. Τa ΝΕΑ, National daily newspaper, special weekend edition, April 30, 2000.
  • Greek Internet: Information, Interests or Knowledge? In Greek. ΤΑ ΝΕΑ, National daily newspaper, special weekend edition, Nov. 18 – 19, 2000.
  • Intellectual Rights of Diaspora Greeks. In Greek. Τa ΝΕΑ, National Daily newspaper, May 27, 1998.
  • The Epoch of the Ladies in Greece In Search of a protoFeminist: Maria Bassakari of Kalamata. In Greek. Published by the Organization for Cultural Development / Municipality of Kalamata, February 28, 1999. Research, script of accompanying video, editing: C. Nadia Seremetakis. In the context of a three-year program on cultural development, “Excavating Time”, Director: C. Nadia Seremetakis, Department of Cultural Studies, Organization for Cultural Development / Municipality of Kalamata & Helelnic Ministry of Culture.
  • Mass Media and Academic Violence or About Rumor:
    The Anthropological Interpretation. In Greek.
    Dhiavazo, #339, July 1994.
  • Book Review, The Dialectics of Seeing:
    Walter Benjamin and the Arcades Project
     
    by Susan Buck-Morss. Society for the Anthropology of Europe Bulletin (American Anthropological Association), vol. 6, #1, 1992.
  • Women and Men of Antiquity and Us. In Greek.
    To VIMA, Greek National newspaper (weekend edition), December 16, 1990.
  • Greek and Greek – American Women in Voice and Text.
    Society for the Anthropology of Europe Bulletin (American Anthropological Association), vol. 3, #2, 1989. Invited multimedia conference, The Onassis Center for Hellenic Studies at New York University. Conference chair and organizer: C. Nadia Seremetakis. April 1989.
  • Women and Death: Cultural Power and Ritual Process in Inner Mani. Canadian Woman Studies (a York University Publication), vol. 8, #2, 1987.

 

III.  IN LOCAL NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES 

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