Athina D. Pantazatou

EFL/ESOL Teacher 📚 Technical Translator 📙 Line Editor 📑 Feature Writer ✒ Content Creator 💻


BA in English & American Literature: The American College of Greece
EFL/ESOL Teacher: MEGA School of Foreign Languages
Writer: Politismos-Museum of Greek Histor, WindyCity Greek, Kicking Back the Pebbles


Politismos - Museum of Greek History
A Briki and Other Masterpieces

After pursuing an academic career in Arts and Education, Tass began acting and directing classical and contemporary theatre in Melbourne. Her experience as a theater director is extensive, ranging from improvised theatre and classic plays to contemporary pieces and musicals. Her 1986 debut movie "Malcolm" was a worldwide success, winning 21 international awards and 8 AFI Awards.
Interview with Zoe Tiganouria: "Music is a Universe full of senses"

Zoe Tiganouria is a Greek composer, performer, and accordion soloist. Born and raised in Samothrace in a family of traditional musicians, she has worked with many accredited Greek and international artists like Dimitra Galani, George Dalaras, Haris Alexiou, Marinella, Nikos Papazoglou, Eleftheria Arvanitaki, Mario Frangoulis, Al Di-Meola, Ömer Faruk Tekbilek, Goran Bregović, Chico Freeman, Zülfü Livaneli, and many more.

Politismos eMagazine - February 2017
Subsistence, Rituals & Cults in “Cycladic Society, 5000 Years Ago”

The Cycladic civilization flourished on the islands of the central Aegean during the Early Bronze Age (3,200-2,000 BC). The Museum of Cycladic Art maintains one of the largest and most complete collections of Cycladic antiquities in the world.

Politismos eMagazine - November 2016
Meet the Durrells!

One of the first things I did when my niece was born 3 years ago was to compile a list of my absolute favorite children books; I’m hoping to start crossing several items off in years to come and be blessed with the opportunity to read some of them with her. “The Corfu Trilogy” is right in there, with “My Family & Other Animals” in the top rows, while my personal favorite of the three, “Birds, Beasts & Relatives”, follows right up.

WindyCity Greek

WindyCity Greek
Women's History Month: Maria Kostraki - Greek Soprano | WindyCity Greek

Welcome back to our series celebrating Women's History Month! This time, let's meet award-winning Greek soprano Maria Kostraki. Happy Women's History Month! Continuing in our series highlighting several contemporary Greek women who are blazing trails in their field, let's meet award-winning soprano Maria Kostraki. Maria Kostraki is an outstanding Greek soprano, currently residing in Munich, Germany.