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Academic year 2020-2021



7/4/2021: Dr Rosa Vasilaki will give a lecture on "Normalization and legitimation of far-right ideology in Greece" to the students of the course of Migration and asylum governance in South-eastern Europe taught by Dr. Angeliki Dimitriadi. Dr Rosa Vasilaki holds a PhD in History from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes (Paris, France) and a PhD in Sociology (University of Bristol, UK0. She has taught classes and conducted research in universities in Greece, Israel and the UK. Currently she is an Adjunct Professor at the College Year in Athens (CYA). Her main research interests revolve around the sociology of violence (political, religious, epistemic), and modern social theory, in particular questions pertaining to the sociology of knowledge.

   


    24/3/2021: Professor Ayhan Kaya (Professor of Politics and Jean Monnet Chair of European Politics of Interculturalism at the Department of International Relations, Istanbul Bilgi University) gave a lecture on "Syrians in Turkey: Prepared to Stay" to the students of the course of Migration and asylum governance in South-eastern Europe taught by Dr. Angeliki Dimitriadi. 


 

 

  1/3/2021: Maria Gavouneli, Associate Professor of International Law at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens gave an online Guest Lecture on"The Greek-Turkish Drama" to the students of the course of International Law and Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes in Southeast Europe taught by Professor Emmanuella Doussis.


  22/2/2021: Aris Constantinides, Associate Professor of International Law and Human Rights, University of Cyprus gave a lecture on “The Cyprus problem and the uneasy quest for a federal settlement” to the students of the course of International Law and Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes in Southeast Europe taught by Professor Emmanuella Doussis.



15/2/2021: Dr Efthymios (Akis) Papastavridis Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford will give a lecture on "What’s in a Name? The Prespa Agreement between Greece and North Macedonia"  to the students of the course of International Law and Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes in Southeast Europe taught by Professor Emmanuella Doussis.     




10/2/2021: Ms Marilena Anastasopoulou SEESOX Oxford, PhD candidate & research assistanti will give a Guest lecture on "Migration and refugeeism in Southeast Europe- a historical perspective" to the students of the course of Migration and asylum governance in South-eastern Europe taught by Dr. Angeliki Dimitriadi.    



    12/1/2021: Berk Esen, Assistant Professor (Sabancı University) will give the third Eurosud Guest lecture on "The Breakdown of Turkish Democracy" to the students of the course of Political Change, Democracy and Crisis in Southeast Europe  taught by Professor Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos.


21/12/2020: The second online talk of the series of International Master in South European Studies (EUROSUD) quest lectures was held. Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Professor of International Relations at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of Sabancı University gave an online lecture with the title “Turkey-EU Relations at a Crossroads: From Accession Country to Contentious Neighbour?” to the students of the course “Attempting Transformation: the European Union and Southeastern Europe” taught by Associate Professor Susannah Verney  



   

15/12/2020: Olivera Komar, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Montenegro at Podgorica on “Montenegrin Parliamentary elections: A birth of democracy or a resurrection of Balkan nationalism and the end of multi-culturalism” gave  a EUROSUD online guest lecture at the Course: Political Change, Democracy and Crisis in Southeast Europe



 

     

2/12/2020: Dr. Dimitrios M. Kontogeorgis, lecturer in Modern Greek History at the University of Cyprus will give an on line Guest lecture on "From bandits to heroes? The changes views on the Greek Revolution in the 19th Century Romania” to the students of the course Interconnected Histories: The Balkans and The Black Sea from the Eighteenth to  the Twentieth Century.


 

   

9/11/2020: Prof Emeritus P.C. Ioakimidis gave an on line guest lecture on The Lisbon Treaty and After”" to the students of the course Attempting Transformation: the European Union and Southeasterm Europe 

 

 

  

DR AXEL SOTIRIS WALLDEN

2/11/2020: Dr Axel Sotiris Wallden, formerly at the Directorate-General for Enlargement, European Commission gave an on line Guest lecture on EU Enlargement policy at a time of existential crisis”  to the students of the course Attempting Transformation: the European Union and Southeasterm Europe .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



   

From Tuesday 27 October 2020 Professor John K. Cox  participated
in a series of three lectures as part of the course on Political Change
taught by Professor Dim. A. Sotiropoulos on “Political history of South  East Europe:a critical survey of the period of transition to democracy  and beyond”.
The lectures are supported by and co-organized with the Fulbright Foundation - Athens Office


19/10/2020: Professor Emeritus  P.C. Ioakimidis  gave an on line guest lecture on European Union Political System" to the students of the course Attempting Transformation: the European Union and Southeasterm Europe 

   

 

   

    25/9/2020: Introductory programme guest lecture on "Recent Developments in the Eastern Mediterranean: Challenges and Prospects", by H.E. Michalis Diamessis, Ambassador of Greece to Turkey in conversation with Associate Professor Ioannis Grigoriadis, Bilkent University / Master's Programme in "Southeast European Studies: Politics, History, Economics"

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