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Dr Korina Giaxoglou
Korina Giaxoglou (2019) Trajectories of treasured texts: laments as narratives 19, Brill
Korina Giaxoglou (2019) Sharing Small Stories of Life and Death Online: Death-writing of the Moment, In European Journal of Life Writing
Alexandra Georgakopoulou and Korina Giaxoglou (2019) Emplotment in the social mediatization of the economy: the poly-storying of economist Yanis Varoufakis, In Language@Internet(16)
Korina Giaxoglou (2019) Visual small stories of #jesuisaylan: sharing cosmopolitan emotions on Instagram, In Cahiers de l'ILSL(59)
Korina Giaxoglou (2019) From Rest in Peace to #R.I.P.: tracing shifts in the language of mourning, Mouton de Gruyter (In Press)
Philip Seargeant and Korina Giaxoglou (2019) Discourse and the Linguistic Landscape, Cambridge University Press
Korina Giaxoglou (2018-04) #JeSuisCharlie? Hashtags as narrative resources in contexts of ecstatic sharing, In Discourse, Context & Media(22)
Korina Giaxoglou and T. Spilioti (2017) Mediatizing death and suffering: rescripting visual stories of the refugee crisis as distant witnessing and mourning, De Boeck
Korina Giaxoglou and Katrin Döveling (2018-01-01) Mediatization of Emotion on Social Media: Forms and Norms in Digital Mourning Practices, In Social Media + Society 1(4)
Korina Giaxoglou (2017-10) Storying leaks for sharing: The case of leaking the “Moscovici draft” on Twitter, In Discourse, Context & Media(19)