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Nikos Erinakis

Nikos Erinakis [Athens, 1988] is an Asst. Professor of Social & Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Culture at the University of Crete, while teaching also at the University of Athens and the Athens School of Fine Arts. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of London, where he began his thesis while continuing and completing it as a recognized research student at the University of Oxford. He studied Economics [AUEB], Philosophy & Literature [Warwick], and Philosophy of Social Science [LSE]. He is also the Scientific Director of the think-tank ENA, he was a member of the Board of the Athens and Epidaurus Festival, and is a member of the Board of the Hellenic Youth Symphony Orchestra. Three books of his poetry have been published, as well as two books of German-speaking poets of modernism, with a number of related essays, in his translation. He has been honoured with the Award of the Academy of Athens for his first philosophy book, while collective volumes have been published under his supervision as editor. His poems, essays and articles have been published in various peer-reviewed international journals, collective volumes, anthologies and conference proceedings.