Anastasia Stouraiti

Ted and Elaine Athanassiades Postdoctoral Research Fellow, 2004-2005

  • Degree
    Ph.D., History, University of Athens, 2003
    Mars in the Mirror. The Reception of the War of Morea (1684-1699) in Venice
    Research Project
    Revision of dissertation for publication

Anastasia Stouraiti holds an undergraduate degree in History from the University of Athens. A Greek State Scholarship and the Italian Institute of Culture in Athens supported her graduate studies, as well as her archival and bibliographical research. She completed an M.A. in early modern Greek history at the University of Athens, where she earned the Ph.D. degree (2003) with a dissertation on Mars in the Mirror: The Reception of the War of Morea (1684-1699) in Venice. Anastasia Stouraiti did extensive research in Venice, where she worked for the Querini Stampalia Foundation and taught for the History Department of the Ca'Foscari University. She has published articles and exhibition catalogues on Venetian history. Her main interests are the history of the Venetian empire and its Greek territories; the history of print and manuscript culture; early modern journalism; and the politics of information and public history in the early modern period.  [Last Updated 2005]


  • War, Communication, and the Politics of Culture in Early Modern Venice
    Cambridge University Press,

Previous Roles

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow
    2004 - 2005