Selected Publications

Westin, J., Chapman, A. and Foka, A. (in press 2018) ‘Introduction: Special issue on Technology and Cultural Heritage for Histories of the Oppressed,' International Journal of Heritage Studies: Routledge. 

Slaney, H., Foka, A. and Bocksberger, S. (in press 2018) ‘Ghosts in the Machine: an Experiment in Distributed Reception

Foka, A. ( in press 2018) ‘Post-Human Minoans: Atlantis and its Civilization through the Lens of Technology’ in Hobden, F. and Wringley, A. Ancient Greece on British Television, University of Edinburgh Press.

Foka, A, Katerelou, A, Kelaidis, K., Xekalaki, Z. (2017) 'Digital Archaeology: Greece on Focus' in Archaeology and Arts, Volume 125

Foka, A. ( 2017) 'Deconstructing Oedipus: Woody Allen’s Mighty Aphrodite and the Classical Tradition', in Almagor, E. and Maurice, L. Ancient Virtues and Vices in Popular Culture, Leiden: Brill, 167-86. 

Foka, A., Misharina, A., Arvidsson A., and Gelfgren, S. (2017) ‘Digitalized Infrastructures: Towards a viable socio-spatial model for Arts and Humanities’. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities: Oxford University Press.

Foka, A., Misharina, A., Arvidsson A., and Gelfgren, S. (2017) ‘Digitalized Infrastructures: Towards a viable socio-spatial model for Arts and Humanities’. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities: Oxford University Press.

Chapman, A. Foka, A., Westin, J. (2016) 'What Is Historical Game Studies?' Rethinking History vol.20:4, Taylor and Francis. 

Nygren, T. Foka, A. and Buckland, I. P. (2016) “El status quo de las humanidades digitales en Suecia: Pasado, presente y futuro de la historia digital”, in La historia pública digital: Perfiles plurales de un espacio en construcción, eds. Fernando Sossai & Juan Andrés Bresciano, Univille University Press.

 Foka, A., Arvidsson, V. (2016) ’Experiential Analogies: Sonic Digital Ekphrasis as a Digital Humanities Project’ Digital Humanities Quarterly 10:2

Arvidsson, V. and Foka, A. (2015) 'Digital Gender: Perspective, Phenomena, Practice' First Monday Vol.20 no4. 

Foka, A. (2015) 'Redefining Gender in Sword and Sandal: The New Action Heroine in Spartacus' (2010-3) Journal of Popular Film and Television. Taylor and Francis Group: New York, Vol. 43. 1. 

Foka, A. (2015) 'Queer Heroes and Action Heroines' In Cornelius, M. (ed) Spartacus in the Television Arena: Essays on the Starz Series, Mcfarland 186-206. 

Foka, A.  ‘Remixing Classics for the Screen: Woody Allen and the Classical Tradition’ Studia Oliveriana Nuova Serie, Pesaro.

Foka, A. (2015) 'Gender Subversion and the Early Christian East: Reconstructing the Byzantine Comic Mime'. in Foka A. and Liliequist, J.  Laughter, Humor, and the (Un)making of Gender, NY: Palgrave&Mcmillan,  65-84

Foka, A. Liliequist, J. (2015) 'Introduction'. in Foka A. and Liliequist, J.  Laughter, Humor, and the (Un)making of Gender, NY: Palgrave&Mcmillan, 7-12.

Foka, A. (2015) ’The Many Masks of Theodora. A Portrayal of Female Deviance in Byzantine Imperial Historiography’ in Deviant Women: Cultural, Linguistic, and Literary Approaches to Narratives of Femininity, in Mäntymäki, T. and Rhodi-Risberg, M., and Foka A., (eds) Oxford:  Peter Lang, 29-48. Book Preview available here.

Mäntymaki, T. Rodi-Risberg, M. and Foka A. (2015) 'Introduction' in Deviant Women: Cultural, Linguistic, and Literary Approaches to Narratives of Femininity, in Mäntymäki, T. and Rhodi-Risberg, M., and Foka A., (eds) Oxford:  Peter Lang.

Foka, A. and Liliequist, J.  (2015).  Laughter, Humor, and the (Un)making of Gender: Historical and Cultural Perspectives. NY:  Palgrave and McMillan.

Mäntymäki, T. and Rodi-Risberg, M., and Foka A., (eds). (2015) Deviant Women: Cultural, Linguistic, and Literary Approaches to Narratives of Femininity, Oxford: Peter Lang. Available preview and introduction here.

Foka, A. (2014) ‘Material Girls: Humor and Female Professional Seduction in Greek Literature and Culture' EuGeSta  Vol.-4

Foka, A. (2014) Book Review: Futre-Pinheiro, M., Skinner, M., and Zeitlin, F.I. Narrating Desire: Eros, Sex and Gender in the Ancient Novel. De Gruyter: Berlin and Boston. Bryn Mawr Classical Review.

Foka, A., Arvidsson, V. (2014) 'Digital Gender: a Manifesto: Report on the Research Workshop Digital Gender: Theory, Methodology, and Practice'. SSRN.

 Nygren, T. Foka, A, and Buckland, P. (2014) "Digital History in Sweden," in H-Soz- Kult, Humbolt University. PDF available here

Foka, A. (2011) ‘Beauty and the Beast: Femininity, Animals and Humour in Greek Middle Comedy’ Classica et Mediaevalia Vol 62. Århus: Museum Tusculanum Forlag: Pages: 51-80.

Research review articles 

Foka, A. (forthcoming 2018) ‘Book Review: Boddard, G. and Romanello M. (2016) Beyond the Echo Chamber: Digital Classics. London: Ubiquity Press’, For the Journal of Hellenic Studies: Cambridge University Press. 

Foka, A. (2014) ‘Book Review: Futre-Pinheiro, M., Skinner, M., and Zeitlin, F.I. (2014) Narrating Desire: Eros, Sex, and Gender in the Ancient Novel, Berlin, and Boston: De Gruyter'. Bryn Mawr Classical Review. 

Foka, A. (2012) Book Review: Ruffel, I Politics and Antirealism in Athenian Old Comedy. The Classical Review: Cambridge.

Books and book chapters

Foka, A. and Liliequist, J. (2015) Laughter, Humour, and the (Un)making of Gender: Historical and Cultural Perspectives. NY: Palgrave and McMillan. 

Mäntymäki, T., Rodi-Risberg, M., and Foka A., (eds). (2015) Deviant Women: Cultural, Linguistic, and Literary Approaches to Narratives of Femininity, Oxford: Peter Lang. 

Foka, A. (2015) ‘Gender Subversion and the Early Christian East: Reconstructing the Byzantine Comic Mime.' in Foka A. and Liliequist, J. Laughter, Humor, and the (Un)making of Gender, NY: Palgrave&Mcmillan, 65-84. 

Foka, A., and Liliequist, J. (2015) ‘Introduction.' in Foka A. and Liliequist, J. Laughter, Humor, and the (Un)making of Gender, NY: Palgrave&Mcmillan, 7-12. 

Foka, A. (2015) ‘The Many Masks of Theodora. A Portrayal of Female Deviance in Byzantine Imperial Historiography’ in Deviant Women: Cultural, Linguistic, and Literary Approaches to Narratives of Femininity, in Mäntymäki, T. and Rhodi-Risberg, M., and Foka A., (eds) Oxford: Peter Lang, 29-48.

Monographs

Foka, A. (under preparation) Zoomorphism and Humour:  Greek Comedy.

Foka, A, (2009-doctoral thesis) Gods, Humans, Beasts: Relations of Power in Greek Comedy, Liverpool University: Liverpool.

Conference Proceedings

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