Dr Angie Voela Voila


NameDr Angie Voela Voila
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-2833-5446
Job titleReader
Email addressa.voela@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteSchool of Education & Communities

Research outputs

Seduction, Sharing Stories and Borderlinking in Co-constructed Narratives

Voila, A., Esin, C. and Achan, J. 2020. Seduction, Sharing Stories and Borderlinking in Co-constructed Narratives. Narrative Works: Issues, Investigations & Interventions. 10 (1).

On Not Being Able to Build: Thinking Space, Boundaries and the Other with Lacan’s Discourse of the Capitalist

Voila, A. 2020. On Not Being Able to Build: Thinking Space, Boundaries and the Other with Lacan’s Discourse of the Capitalist. Architecture and Culture.

Care for the other: lessons from the streets of Athens

Voila, A. 2020. Care for the other: lessons from the streets of Athens. European Journal of Women's Studies.

Movement, Embrace: Adriana Cavarero with Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger (and the Death Drive)

Voila, A. and Esin, C. 2020. Movement, Embrace: Adriana Cavarero with Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger (and the Death Drive). Hypatia.

Creative failure: Stiegler, psychoanalysis and the promise of a life worth living

Voela, A. and Rothschild, Louis 2019. Creative failure: Stiegler, psychoanalysis and the promise of a life worth living. New Formations. 95, pp. 54-69.

History, Fidelity and Time in Rhea Galanki's Novels

Voela, A. 2019. History, Fidelity and Time in Rhea Galanki's Novels. The Journal of Modern Hellenism. 34, pp. 107-128.

Loneliness in Cinema: A Pharmacological Approach

Voela, A. 2017. Loneliness in Cinema: A Pharmacological Approach. in: Narratives of Loneliness: Multidisciplinary Perspectives from the 21st Century Routledge. pp. 221-230

Introduction: Aporia, the Sphinx, and the Hope that Life Will Make Sense

Voela, A. 2017. Introduction: Aporia, the Sphinx, and the Hope that Life Will Make Sense. in: Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Myth in Contemporary Culture: After Oedipus Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-39

Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Myth in Contemporary Culture: After Oedipus

Voela, A. 2017. Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Myth in Contemporary Culture: After Oedipus. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Family, Gender and the Emotional Economy in Tsemberopoulos’s The Enemy Within

Voela, A. 2017. Family, Gender and the Emotional Economy in Tsemberopoulos’s The Enemy Within. in: Kazakopoulou, Tonia and Fotiou, Mikela (ed.) Contemporary Greek Film Cultures from 1990 to the Present Peter Lang.

It’s time: Generation and temporality in psychoanalytic feminism

Voela, A. 2016. It’s time: Generation and temporality in psychoanalytic feminism. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society. 21 (3), pp. 242-248.

Radical, ethical spaces

Voela, A. 2016. Radical, ethical spaces. in: Shaw, Debra Benita and Humm, Maggie (ed.) Radical Space: Exploring Politics and Practice Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 129-144

Reflexivity, Austerity, and the Value of the Useless

Voela, A. 2016. Reflexivity, Austerity, and the Value of the Useless. Psychotherapy and Politics International. 14 (1), pp. 25-37.

Food Banks in East London: Growth by Stealth and Marginalisation by the State

Tsilimpounidi, Myrto, Sampson, A. and Voela, A. 2014. Food Banks in East London: Growth by Stealth and Marginalisation by the State. London University of East London, Centre for Social Justice and Change. doi:10.15123/PUB.3916

The enjoyment of space: the university campus in students’ narratives and photography

Voela, A. 2014. The enjoyment of space: the university campus in students’ narratives and photography. Pedagogy, Culture and Society. 22 (1), pp. 61-78.

Catastrophe Survived? The Failure of the Tragic in Moira Buffini'sWelcome to Thebes

Voela, A. 2013. Catastrophe Survived? The Failure of the Tragic in Moira Buffini'sWelcome to Thebes. Somatechnics. 3 (1), pp. 133-148.

Antigone and her double, Lacan and Baudrillard

Voela, A. 2012. Antigone and her double, Lacan and Baudrillard. Journal for Cultural Research.

Locating the m(o)ther

Voela, A. 2009. Locating the m(o)ther. Studies in the Maternal. 3.

Masculinity as Moments of Becoming: an interdisciplinary account

Voela, A. 2005. Masculinity as Moments of Becoming: an interdisciplinary account. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. 1 (2), pp. 85-92.

The Construction of the Woman in Karkavitsas’ 'the Slender Girl'

Voela, A. 2005. The Construction of the Woman in Karkavitsas’ 'the Slender Girl'. Modern Greek Studies Australia and New Zealand A Journal for Greek Letters.

Enjoy Their Symptom: Of Woman, Men and Other Interesting Figures in Greek Literary Texts

Voela, A. and Tamboukou, M. 2004. Enjoy Their Symptom: Of Woman, Men and Other Interesting Figures in Greek Literary Texts. Women: a cultural review. 15 (1), pp. 83-100.

Death and the Real in Karkavitsas’ Logia tis Ploris’

Voela, A. 2003. Death and the Real in Karkavitsas’ Logia tis Ploris’. Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora. 29 (1), pp. 35-61.
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