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 GUEST LECTURES - Academic year 2016-2017

 

17/3/2017 at 5.00 p.m. (Room 4, 2nd floor, 42-44. Aiolu street) 

 Thomas W. Gallant, Professor of Modern Greek History and Archaeology, Universityof California, San Diego.

“Greece's Two Fins-de-Siecles” 

 

   

  

 

 

 

 


 

  

3/3/2017 at 5.00 p.m. (our classroom) 

Ms Esra Unal (SEE ALUMNUS 2012-2013, Assistant Lawyer, European Court of Human Rights Ph.D. Candidate in International Law (University of Athens and University of Strasbourg)

"The Impact of the European Convention on Human Rights on Democratic Change in Central and Eastern Europe"

 

 

   

  

 

 

 

 


 

  

9/12/2016 at 6.00 p.m. (our classroom)

Dr. Antonis Hadjikyriacou, IMS/FO.R.T.H. and Boğaziçi University

“Ottoman rule in the Balkans: from decline to modernisation theory and from centralisation to negotiation”

   

  

 

 

 

 

 

  

2/12/2016  "Greek media representations of Albania and Kosovo: Findings of recent research projects" **5.00-7.00 p.m.

Presentation of findings: Dr. Panagiotis Paschalidis, Junior research fellow, ELIAMEP

Introduction and Comments: Dr. Ioannis Armakolas, Assistant professor, University of Macedonia & Research Fellow, Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP)

Discussant: Dr. Lambros Baltsiotis, Adjunct professor, Panteion University

Note: The Research projects were funded by the Friedrich Elbert Foundation Athens Office and the Kosovo Foundation for Open Society.

 

    

  

 DR AXEL SOTIRIS WALLDEN

18/11/2016: Dr Axel Sotiris Wallden, formerly at DG ENLARGEMENT, European Commission  “Balkan communist regimes 1945-1990”.

19/11/2016: Dr Axel Sotiris Wallden, formerly at DG ENLARGEMENT, European Commission “The European Union's enlargement policy. The 2016 Commission 'Enlargement Package'”.

  

  

   

PROF.  P.C. IOAKIMIDIS

17/10/2016: Professor Emeritus  P.C. Ioakimidis,The Lisbon Treaty and After”

24/10/2016: Professor Emeritus P.C. Ioakimidis, “The Nature of the European Union Political System”.  

 

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