Anastasia Marinopoulou
Hellenic Open University
Anastasia Marinopoulou graduated from the University of Sussex, U.K. with an MA (1998) in philosophy and political theory and a PhD in philosophy and political theory (2006). Her publications include the monograph Critical Theory and Epistemology: the Politics of Modern Thought and Science (Manchester University Press, 2017) and the edited volume Cosmopolitan Modernity (Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2015). She is particularly interested in political philosophy and theory concerning the notions of democracy, citizenship and cosmopolitanism and in the evolution of epistemological thought.

Latest research awards:
1. Jean Monnet Module (teaching and research)/Erasmus+ Programme entitled Democracy at Risk: EU politics in the 21st century which is funded by the European Commission (2022-2025, 30.000 Euro),
2. Research Fellowship at the University of Texas at Austin/Harry Ransom Center for Humanities (USA, Visiting Scholar at the Department of Philosophy, 2017) and
3. G. Papaioannou Fellowship from the American School of Classical Studies – Athens and Princeton (Greece and USA, 2013-14).

She has taught at the Hellenic Open University-Greece, the University of Munich-Germany and the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens-Greece.
She has recently (2021-2023) been appointed evaluator of research proposals at the EU Commission under various calls.
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