Dr. Katerina Zacharia is a Professor of Classics, public speaker, history consultant, dramaturge, filmmaker, on-air host/reporter, and producer of theatrical performances, professional workshops, and films.
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles
1999 - present
Professor of Classics with an expertise in the re-imaginings of classical antiquity in visual culture (art, theatre and film), as well as the uses of antiquity in the formation of Greek ethnic identity, and in cultural politics.
Cacoyannis Foundation, Athens
2006 - present
Consultant on matters of Letters and the Arts. Dramaturge and producer of theatrical performances, seminars, and workshops.
Stanford Repertory Theatre, CA
2012 - 2018
Artistic Associate and Consultant
USC, School of Cinematic Arts,
Creative Media & Behavioral Health Centre,
and University of Crete, Medical School
Faculty Instructor, and film discussion moderator.
Hellenic American University, Athens
2010 - 2018
Study Abroad Program Collaborator.
Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (2012-present)
Director of Education (2015-present)
Jury member (2014)
Internships supervisor (2014-present)
Alexander S. Onassis Public Foundation, Athens
Foreign Research Fellow.
The Heritage Management Organization, Athens
Visiting Senior Research Fellow.