December 3rd, 2011 Athens, Greece


<!–:en–>Thodoris Chiotis<!–:–><!–:EL–>Θοδωρής Χιώτης<!–:–>

Thodoris is a writer and educator. He holds degrees in Classics and Modern Languages from the universities of London and Oxford. He is working as an IB instructor, a researcher for the Centre of Greek Language in Thessaloniki while concurrently researching and developing model material for the teaching of digital literature in the classroom for Oxford University Press. In the past, he was appointed co-ordinator for the digitisation and digital enhancement of literature textbooks for Greek state schools. Thodoris has also worked as a researcher in New Media Textuality for the Greek Open University where he developed and authored interactive educational material for the teaching of literature in open and distance learning contexts. Thodoris has taught literature and language courses at the University of Oxford. His academic work on modernist, postmodernist and digital literature has been published in a wide variety of academic journals and edited volumes. He is contributing editor to a number of literary journals in Greece, UK and Australia. Thodoris is passionate about TED and the cornucopia of ideas TED represents.
. Ihr anteil am künstlerischen endergebnis ist mittlerweile ein solcher, dass von der interpretation eines von ihnen unabhängigen musikstücks nun nicht mehr die rede sein kann

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