Sonia  Pertsinidis Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Sonia Pertsinidis

Lecturer and Convenor of Ancient Greek
Centre for Classical Studies, The Australian National University

Dr Pertsinidis specializes in ancient Greek literature, with a particular interest in works of comedy, philosophy and rhetoric and lesser known genres such as character studies and fable collections. She currently teaches ancient Greek language courses at all levels, from beginners to advanced, and imparts her enthusiasm and passion for the ancient Greek world to her students. She has presented at conferences in Australasia and abroad and regularly engages in outreach activities.

Subjects: Classical Studies


Dr Pertsinidis holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) from the Australian National University (ANU) and she is registered as a Solicitor in Canberra. She completed a PhD at the ANU under the supervision of Professor Emerita Elizabeth Minchin, on the subject of ancient fable collections. Dr Pertsinidis has been teaching as a sessional tutor and lecturer at the ANU since 2002, and now holds a position as a full-time lecturer and convenor of the ancient Greek language program.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Dr Pertsinidis is interested in many aspects of ancient Greek literature, philosophy, drama, rhetoric and mythology. She has published on the subject of Theophrastus, Aristophanes and Aesop.

Personal Interests

    Dr Pertsinidis loves drinking coffee and eating pastries, playing the guitar, travelling, and spending time with her family.



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