|Field:||Literary Translation from French into Greek|
|Government Gazette:||738/27.07.2017 τ. Γ΄|
|Office hours:||By appointment|
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Dr Dimitris Filias has graduated from the Philosophical School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Department of French Language and Literature in 1981. He conducted his post graduate studies in the University of Sorbonne (Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle PARIS III), where he was awarded a MAITRISE (Masters Degree) and DEA (Diploma of Advanced Studies, 1983) specialized in “General and Comparative Literature” while in 1986 he was awarded his Doctorate in the above-mentioned University as well as specialization.
As far as his long-lasting teaching experience is concerned, a brief and succinct report follows. From 1988 to 1989 he taught French Language, Comparative Literature and Literary Theory in Athens in C.F.E.S.(Centre Francophone d’Études Supérieures, Francophone Centre of Advanced Studies). During the period between 1989 and 1993, he taught French Language and Pedagogical Terminology as a permanent member of Special Scientific Personnel (S.S.P.) in the Pedagogical Department of Primary Education of the University of Ioannina. From 1993 to 2000 he taught French Language and Terminology in Panteion University as a permanent member of S.S.P., whereas from 1997 to 2000 he taught French Language General and Literary Translation in the Department of Foreign Languages, Translation and Interpreting of the Ionian University as a contract employee according to Π.Δ. 407/80.
From 2001 until nowadays he has been teaching in the Department of Foreign Languages Translation and Interpreting of the Ionian University as an elected and Nominated Assistant Professor (2001 – 2006), as a permanent Assistant Professor (2006 – 2008) and as an Associate Professor (2008 until nowadays).
He has participated in a great number of conferences and has already published a considerable number of studies related to issues of Translation, French and Modern Greek Literature and Comparative Literature. His work is considered both original and remarkable including ten literary books from French to Greek and one from Greek to French as well as two monographs.