Assistant Professor, History
Affiliation: NYU New York
Research Areas: philosophical, anthropological, and political conceptions of the body and the human in modern Europe
Stefanos works on modern European history and cares most about the history of concepts, knowledge, and time. His research thus far has concentrated on philosophical, anthropological, and political conceptions of the body and the human in modern Europe, as well as on the history of medicine and aesthetics.
At NYU, he is an associate professor of history and directs the Center for International Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences (a joint CNRS-NYU research unit). He also serves as director of graduate studies in the History Department.