Gabriel Evangelou

Rank: Assistant Professor
Government Gazette: 1432/25-05-2023
Telephone:+30 2661087300
Email: gevangelou@ionio.gr
Website: https://ionio.academia.edu/GabrielEvangelou

Evangelou Gabriel

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Gabriel Evangelou was born in Athens in 1986. He studied Classical Philology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He received a Master’s degree in Classics from the University of Edinburgh. He remained at the same university, where in 2015 he defended his doctoral thesis entitled Φιλία in Cicero’s Correspondence. He has taught Latin and Greek at the Department of Philology, Division of Classics of the University of Crete, the Department of Classics and Philosophy of the University of Cyprus, the Department of Philosophy and History of Philosophy of Comenius University in Bratislava, and the Classics Department at the University of Edinburgh.

He secured funding for two postdoctoral programs from IKY (State Scholarships Foundation) and the ONISILOS program, which he completed at the University of Crete and the University of Cyprus, respectively. Additionally, he participated as a research collaborator in Professor D. Spatharas’ project “Representations of repulsion in ancient literature”, which received funding from the Special Account for Research Funds of the University of Crete.

In 2022, his monograph, Love, Friendship, and Expediency in Cicero’s Letters, was published. Furthermore, he has published articles in international scientific journals and chapters in collective volumes that explore the use of emotions as a method of persuasion, the impact of Cicero’s exile on himself and his acquaintances, as well as physical and moral disgust in Latin literature.

His research interests focus on Roman epistolography, philosophical treatises, and rhetorical speeches of Cicero, the ancient Greek philosophers’ views on φιλία, as well as humor and laughter in Latin epigrams. Since 2020, he has been intensively studying reconciliation from Homer to Apuleius.

Updated: 24-09-2023

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