Soula Marinoudi

Soula studied Greek Literature and Social Anthropology. She holds a PhD in Social Anthropology on the interrelations betweens autistics’ somatic experiences, metaphoric language and social performances. For her master’s degree she has pursued a research regarding displaced gendered subjectivities who participated in political scenes in Greece during the ’00s. She currently teaches Anthropology of Health and Body and Greek Ethnography as an adjunct lecturer at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. She is affiliated post-doc researcher at the same University, recipient of State Scholarships Foundation (second round) exploring the intersections of social trauma and sensorial experiences in autistic subjectivities. She has taught Anthropology of Health, Contemporary Anthropology and Gender Studies at the University of Thessaly (Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology) and National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Department of Early Childhood Education). Following her viva, she has been affiliated postdoc researcher of Panteion University for the EU funded project Rescue: Citizens resilience in times of crisis, an in depth qualitative investigation in rural and urban sites in Greece. Her research and publications are concerned with anthropology of health and disability studies with an emphasis on autism and the formation of autistic subjectivities, as well as queer approaches to gender and sexuality. She works as a fixed-term contract teacher, providing parallel support to students with disabilities in the classroom.

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