Emeritus Professor Of Philosophy, Aristotlean University Of Thessaloniki
Alexandra Deligiorgi is a Professor of philosophy, (with a special discipline of philosophy of social sciences) at the Department of Philosophy and Pedagogy of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Aristotlean University of Thessaloniki.
He studied philosophy at Aristotlean University of Thessaloniki and Sociology – Ethnology in Rene Descartes University , Paris V of Sorbonne (Maitrise, D.E.A.) and participated in interdisciplinary anthropology seminars at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes in Paris. She is a PhD of Philosophy in the Aristotlean University of Thessaloniki, where she also teaches,
She was honoured by the french government scholarship to study in France, with a Fulbright Fellowship for research in City University of New York, with a scholarship for research at the University of Princeton, USA.
She worked in university libraries in Paris, in Oxford, in Columbia University, visited New York and La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, the University of Montreal, Canada, and the Academy of social sciences in Beijing.
In 1998 she was awarded a State Essay Prize for her essay on Nicolas Calas.
She is a member of the Society of European Authors, of Greek Philosophical Society, the Society of Greek Authors and the Society of Authors of Thessaloniki.
She published numerous articles in journals of philosophy, as well as in literature magazines, and wrote for to “Vima”, “Nea” and “Kathimerini” newspapers.
She was involved early on with the prose and continues to date her work in literature, alongside her teaching and research work, in philosophy.
Her short stories were translated into French, Dutch and German and published in foreign anthologies. The prosaic work was a doctoral dissertation object in a University of Germany (ed. Verlag, J.B.Metzler 1997)
Determinisms and freedom in Gurvitch’s Sociology, Thessaloniki 1980.
The critic Marx: 1843-44, ed. Gutenberg, Athens 1985.
The Division of speech and modern thinking, ed. Vanya, Thessaloniki 1991.
Anoston Imar, 1st State Essay Prize 1998, ed. Agra, Athens 1997.
Modernism in contemporary philosophy, new enhanced ed. Alexandria, Athens 2007 (524 p.)
Thinking and prospect from quattrocento to the electronic novecento, ed. Alexandria, Athens 2002 (415 p.).
Time, modern concerns for a better world, ed. Alexandria Athens 2008.
Philosophy of social sciences
Of positivist, Interpretive and Dialectical Type, ed. Ziti, 2011.
Dystopian Homelands. Travelogue in Calas’s Art Criticism, under licensing
Androgys, ideological romance, ed. Kedros, Athens 1980, 1984, 2008.
The voices, stories, ed. Ypsilon, Athens 1982.
The end of the golden moon, novel, ed. Estia, Athens 1987.
Stories of a minimum age, ed. Estia Athens 1991.
Women or dark matter, novel, ed. Kedros, Athens 2004.
A life of your own, stories, ed. Melani, Athens 2008.
Loving companion, romance, (under licensing)