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5 November Guest lecture: "Is EU enlargement dead?"

5 NOVEMBER GUEST LECTURE: "IS EU ENLARGEMENT DEAD?"

On 5 November 2021 at 5.00 p.m Dr Axel Sotiris Walldén will give an on line lecture on "Is EU enlargement dead?" to the students of the class Attempting transformation: the European Union and Southeastern Europe of the Master's Programme in Southeast European Studies: Politics, History. Economics.

Orientation Meeting, academic year 2021-2022

ORIENTATION MEETING, ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022

On 29 September 2021 we welcomed 25 students from different countries at our postgraduate programme in "Southeast European Studies: Politics, History, and Economics" at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. After one and a half year of remote teaching we came back to face-to-face teaching. Professor Nikolaos Tzifakis delivered...

Orientation meeting

ORIENTATION MEETING

Tuesday 26 Οκτωβρίου 2021
On 29 September 2021 we welcomed 25 students from different countries at our postgraduate programme in "Southeast European Studies: Politics, History, and Economics" at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. After one and a half year of remote teaching we came back to face-to-face teaching. Professor Nikolaos Tzifakis delivered...
Nassia Yakovaki, "Europe (and its many meanings) in the Greek revolutionary press"

NASSIA YAKOVAKI, "EUROPE (AND ITS MANY MEANINGS) IN THE GREEK REVOLUTIONARY PRESS"

Assistant Professor Nassia Yakovaki, SEE instructor and member of the Coordinating Committee participated with Sophia Pilouri in an international conference with a paper on "Europe (and its many meanings) in the Greek revolutionary press".

Modern Revolutions and the Idea of Europe, 12th Annual Conference of the Research Network on the...

27 September 2021: beginning of the 1st semester

27 SEPTEMBER 2021: BEGINNING OF THE 1ST SEMESTER

On Monday 27 September the winter semester of the Master's Programme in "Southeast European Studies: Politics, History, Economics" is about to start. We all feel very happy to welcome our new students!

Prof. Emmanuella Doussis has been appointed member of the Scientific Council of the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI)

PROF. EMMANUELLA DOUSSIS HAS BEEN APPOINTED MEMBER OF THE SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL OF THE CENTER FOR MEDITERRANEAN INTEGRATION (CMI)

Professor Emmanuella Doussis has been appointed member of the Scientific Council of the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI). Based in Marseille, the CMI is a multipartner knowledge exchange platform where development agencies, governments, local authorities, and civil society from around the Mediterranean convene to exchange ideas,...

Master's Programme in Southeast European Studies: Politics, History, Economics alumni survey

MASTER'S PROGRAMME IN SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN STUDIES: POLITICS, HISTORY, ECONOMICS ALUMNI SURVEY

The Master’s Programme in "Southeast European Studies: Politics, History, Economics" has recently celebrated more than 20 years since its introduction, we decided to circulate a brief survey investigating the trajectories of our students and the impact of this programme on their careers and lives. This survey was organised by Dr Nassia...

Associate Prof. S. Verney was invited to join the Editorial Board of The Journal of Modern Greek Studies.

ASSOCIATE PROF. S. VERNEY WAS INVITED TO JOIN THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE JOURNAL OF MODERN GREEK STUDIES.

Associate Professor Susannah Verney was invited to join the Editorial Board of The Journal of Modern Greek Studies (Johns Hopkins University Press), the official journal of the Modern Greek Studies Association, for a three-year term (2021-23). She formerly served as Associate Editor of this journal from 2000-2003.

Article of Prof. Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos

ARTICLE OF PROF. DIMITRI A. SOTIROPOULOS

An article of Professor Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos, SEE instructor and member of the SEE Coordinating Committee was published in Kathimerini newspaper (Sunday  edition) entitled "Sygkrousi logikon" https://www.kathimerini.gr/opinion/561335221/sygkroysi-logikon/