Publications

Lambropoulos, Vassilis (2015). “Eugene O’Neill’s Quest for Greek Tragedy,” in Kathryn Bosher, Fiona Macintosh, Justine McConnell, and Patrice Rankine, eds.: The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas (Oxford University Press), 211-29. PDF pdf
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (2012). “Farewell to the Revolution!,” in Vangelis Calotychos, ed.: Manolis Anagnostakis: Poetry and Politics, Silence and Agency in Post-War Greece (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press), 115-30.
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (2011). “Τραγωδία και αυτονομία,” in Θόδωρος Γραματάς και Γιάννης Παπαδόπουλος, eds.: Τραγικό και τραγωδία στην εποχή της παγκοσμιοποίησης  (Αthens:  Diadrasi), 390-409.  PDF pdf
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (2010). “Greek Chorus in 09,” Journal of Modern Greek Studies 28:2 (Fall): 277-83.
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (2008). “Governance, Hubris, and Justice in Modern Tragedy,” Thesis Eleven 93 (May): 22-35. PDF pdf
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (2008). “Humanism Between Hubris And Heroism,” in Mina Karavanta and Nina Morgan, eds.: Edward Said and Jacques Derrida: Reconstellating Humanism and the Global Hybrid (Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing), 158-73.  PDF pdf
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (2007). “Stumbling over the ‘Boundary Stone of Greek Philosophy’: Two Centuries of Translating the Anaximander Fragment,” in Festschrift for John P. Kozyris (Athens: Ant. N. Sakkoulas), 193-210.
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (2005). “Tragedy and Counter Politics,” Thesis Eleven 80 (February): 38-46.
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (2001). “On the Notion of the Tragedy of Culture,” in Johann P. Arnason & Peter Murphy, eds.: Agon, Logos, Polis: The Greek Achievement and its Aftermath (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag), 233-55.
 Lambropoulos, Vassilis (1997). “Justice and Good Governance: Solon’s Eunomia Elegy,” Thesis Eleven 49 (May): 1-30.
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (1996). “Introduction: Approaches to Ethical Politics” and “Nomoscopic Analysis,” South Atlantic Quarterly 95:4 (Fall): 849-54 and 855-79.
Lambropoulos, Vassilis (1995). “The Rule of Justice,” Thesis Eleven 40: 1-24.