Mitsi E, Despotopoulou A. Revolutionary Greece in Victorian Popular Literature. Literature Compass [Internet]. 2022;e12679. Publisher's Version
Despotopoulou A, Mitsi E. Real and Imagined Greek Women in Victorian Perceptions of ‘1821’. Journal of Greek Media & Culture. 2021;7(2):171-186.
Despotopoulou A. "'I keep a band of music in my ante-room': Henry James and the Sound of Introspection". In: The Sound of James: The Aural Dimension in Henry James's Work. Trieste, Italy: Edizioni Universita di Trieste; 2021. pp. 69-84.
Despotopoulou A, Dimakis A, Marinou C. "Hotels in Literature". In: The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban Literary Studies. Palgrave Macmillan; 2021. pp. 1-11.
Despotopoulou A. "Henry James's Boston". In: The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban Literary Studies. Palgrave Macmillan; 2021. pp. 1-7.
Despotopoulou A. Review of Reconceiving Nature: Ecofeminism in Late Victorian Women's Poetry by Patricia Murphy
. English Literature in Transition 1880-1920. 2020;63(3):462-466.
Despotopoulou A. “Underwater Monuments: Iossif Ventura and the Poetry of Commemoration.”. European Journal of Jewish Studies. 2020;14:137-148.
Mitsi E, Despotopoulou A, Dimakopoulou S, Aretoulakis E. Ruins in the Literary and Cultural Imagination. Palgrave Macmillan; 2019. Publisher's Version
Despotopoulou A. Flora Annie Steel's Ecological Imagination: Narratives of Empire's Excess. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920. 2019;62(4).
Despotopoulou A. "Terrible Traps to Memory": National Monuments, Collective Memory, and Women in Henry James. Modern Fiction Studies. 2017;63(3):429-451.
Despotopoulou A. Review of Charlotte Mathieson, Mobility in the Victorian Novel: Placing the Nation. Journal of Transport History. 2016;37(2):272-274.
Despotopoulou A. Review of Martha Banta, Henry James: An "Alien's" History of America. Americana [Internet]. 2016;XII(2). Publisher's Version
Despotopoulou A. Women and the Railway, 1850-1915. Edinburgh University Press; 2015 pp. 202. Publisher's Version
Despotopoulou A. " No natural place anywhere": Women's Precarious Mobility and Cosmopolitanism in James's Novels. The Henry James Review. 2014;35(2):141-156.
Despotopoulou A. Overt Relations: James and Modernism. Review Essay. The Henry James Review. 2014;35(3):307-312.
De Biasio A, Despotopoulou A, Izzo D. Introduction: Transformations. Transforming Henry James. 2013:7-10.
Beaumont M, Despotopoulou A. Realism. Oxford Bibliographies Online. 2013.Abstract
Realism: Annotated BibliographyOxford University Press
Despotopoulou A. ‘Running on lines’: Women and the Railway in Victorian and Early Modernist Culture. In: Women in Transit through Literary Liminal Spaces. Palgrave Macmillan; 2013. pp. 47-60.
Transforming Henry James. (De Biasio A, Despotopoulou A, Izzo D). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2013 pp. 466.
Despotopoulou A. Trains of Thought: the Challenges of Mobility in the Work of Rhoda Broughton. Critical Survey. 2011;23(1):90-106.
Experiments in/of realism Despotopoulou A, Kitsi-Mitakou K. Synthesis. 2011;3:1-10.
Henry James and the supernatural. (Despotopoulou A, Reed K). Palgrave Macmillan; 2011 pp. 196.
Despotopoulou A, Reed KC. Introduction:“I See Ghosts Everywhere”. In: Henry James and the Supernatural. Palgrave Macmillan; 2011. pp. 1-11.
Despotopoulou A, Kitsi-Mitakou K. Introduction: Reflections Faint and Confused—Experiments in/of Realism. Synthesis. 2011;3:1-10.
Robbins B, Despotopoulou A. Investing in Realism: An Interview with Bruce Robbins. Synthesis. 2011;3:118-126.
Despotopoulou A. Mysterious Tenants: Uncanny Women and the Private/Public Dilemma in the Supernatural Tales. In: Henry James and the Supernatural. Palgrave Macmillan; 2011. pp. 79-95.
Despotopoulou A. GENDER TRANSFUSIONS IN GEORGE ELIOT'S" THE LIFTED VEIL". George Eliot-George Henry Lewes Studies. 2010;(58/59):2-19.
Despotopoulou A. Nowhere or Somewhere?(Dis) Locating Gender and Class Boundaries in Christina Rossetti’s Speaking Likenesses. The Review of English Studies. 2010;61:414-434.
Despotopoulou A. ‘The Abuse of Visibility’: Domestic Publicity in Late Victorian Fiction. In: Inside Out: Women Negotiating, Subverting, Appropriating Public and Private Space. Vol. 4. Rodopi; 2008. pp. 87-106.
Reconstructing pain and joy: linguistic, literary and cultural perspectives. (Lascaratou C, Despotopoulou A, Ifantidou E). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2008 pp. 464.
Despotopoulou A, Ifantidou E, Lascaratou C. Tracking Pain and Joy: Breaching Boundaries, Bridging Fields. In: Reconstructing Pain and Joy: Linguistic, Literary, and Cultural Perspectives. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2008. pp. 1-14.
Despotopoulou A. “What woman was ever safe?” Dangerous Constructions of Womanhood in The Ambassadors. In: A Companion to Henry James. Oxford: Blackwell; 2008. pp. 139-155.
Despotopoulou A. Girls on film: postmodern renderings of Jane Austen and Henry James. The Yearbook of English Studies. 2006;36:115-130.
Despotopoulou A. Review of Roxana Oltean's Spaces of Utopia in the Writings of Henry James. European Association of American Studies [Internet]. 2006. Publisher's Version
Despotopoulou A. From Dionysus to Gorgon: Peter Shaffer's Revision of Classical Myth and Theory. CLASSICAL AND MODERN LITERATURE. 2005;25(1):85.
Despotopoulou A. The Monster and the Atom: Representation of London in James and Conrad. The Cambridge Quarterly. 2005;34(2):131-146.
Despotopoulou A. "La Maladie Fin de Siecle": The Symbols of Aestheticism and the Aesthetics of Symbolism. Δια-Κείμενα. 2005;7:267-284.
Despotopoulou A. What the Freshman Knew: Jamesian Ambiguity in the International Composition Classroom. In: Approaches to teaching Henry James's Daisy Miller and The turn of the screw. Modern Language Association of America; 2005. pp. 169-176.
Despotopoulou A. Fanny's gaze and the construction of feminine space in" Mansfield Park". The Modern Language Review. 2004:569-583.
Despotopoulou A. Peter Shaffer's Greek Play and the Contested Meaning of Aristotle's Definition of Tragedy. Δια-Κείμενα. 2004;6:177-189.
Despotopoulou A. Review of Dearly Beloved Friends: Henry James's Letters to Younger Men. The Yearbook of English Studies. 2004;34(1):334-336.
Despotopoulou A. Review of The Nature of True Virtue: Theology, Psychology, and Politics in the Writings of Henry James, Sr., Henry James, Jr., and William James. The Yearbook of English Studies. 2004;34(1):334-336.
Despotopoulou A. Penetrating the Vitrine: Henry James and the Challenge of Publicity. English Language Notes. 2002;39(4):39-59.
Despotopoulou A. The Price of ‘Mere Spectatorship’: Henry James's The Wings of the Dove. The Review of English Studies. 2002;53(210):228-244.
Despotopoulou A. Invisible Buildings: Maggie's Architectural Adventures in" The Golden Bowl". Papers on Language and Literature. 2000;36(4):405.
Δεσποτοπούλου Άννα. Merging philosophy and literature: Satre, Camus and Beckett. Παρουσία. Επιστημονικό περιοδικό του Συλλόγου Διδακτικού Προσωπικού Φιλοσοφικής Σχολής Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών. 2000:465-480.
Despotopoulou A. James's the Sense of the Past. The Explicator. 2000;59(1):23-25.
Despotopoulou A. Substance Abuse (Review of K. McCormack's George Eliot and Intoxication). Essays in Criticism. 2000;L:288-295.
Despotopoulou A. Αμερικανοί στο Παρίσι: Το Τέλος της Αθωότητας. Διαβάζω. 2000;413:39-43.
Despotopoulou A. In search of the'Chamber of Consciousness': an examination of setting in the works of Henry James. English Department, University of Reading. 1998.