Theodora Tsimpouki is Professor at the Faculty of English Studies, University of Athens. She studied at the University of Athens, the Sorbonne and at New York University from where she received her Ph.D. Her research has centered on American literature and culture, visual culture, geography and the production of space. She has written essays on twentieth century American literature and culture, the fiction of modernism and postmodernism. Her essays have appeared in dictionaries (DLB) and in a number of edited collections, including States of Emergency-States of Crisis, Towards a Post-Exceptionalist American Studies, Bernard Malamud, Philip Roth: Transantlatic Perspectives, On the Road to Baghdad or, Travelling Biculturalism. She edited a Special Issue for EJAS on “Sustainability and the American City” (https://ejas.revues.org/11186). Her published works also include Culture Agonistes: Debating Culture, Re-reading Texts (co-editor) (Peter Lang, 2002), Conformism, Non-Conformism and Anti-Conformism in the Culture of the United States (co-editor) (Verlag 2008) and Our America: American Culture in Greece (co-editor in Greek). Her more recent publication is The War on the Human: New Responses to an Ever-Present Debate (co-editor) (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017). She is editor of the EJAS Book Review section since 2000.