Dionysis PsilopoulosEnglish and Modern Languages
BA, Deree – The American College of Greece; MA, Southern Illinois University; PhD, University of Edinburgh
Dionysious Psilopoulos has been teaching academic writing and literature courses at Deree since 1993. His research focuses primarily on the subject of modernism and the occult, and examines writers such as W.B. Yeats, Aleister Crowley and Robert Graves. He has presented papers on the esoteric tradition and literature at international conferences and has published the essay “Robert Graves, the Esoteric Tradition and the New Religion” in New Perspectives on Robert Graves (ed. Patrick Quinn, Susquehanna UP). His translation of Dimitris Dimopoulos’ The Origin of the Hellenes was published by Eleftheri Skepsi (2005).