Course, Nationalism in Southeastern Europe

Ioannis Kyriakantonakis is post-doctoral researcher at the University of Athens and teaching associate at the Hellenic Open University, Department of European Civilization. He has been research fellow at the Hellenic Institute of Venice and researcher at the Centre for Asia Minor Studies, Athens. He studied Law, History and Political Science at the University of Athens and the University College London. Areas of research/academic interest : intellectual history, nationalism, religion (Christianity, early modern religious dynamics).

Publications (selection)

«Nationalism and Religion. Historical Aspects of the Relationship», The Historical Review XVI (2019), 187-210.

“Η επιστήμη ως επάγγελμα. Αθανάσιος Παπαδόπουλος-Κεραμεύς και Βασίλειος Μυστακίδης, Κωνσταντινούπολη-Σμύρνη-Ιερουσαλήμ-Πετρούπολη” [Science as a vocation. The scholars Athanasios Papadopoulos-Kerameus and Vasileios Mystakides, Constantinople-Smyrna-Jerusalem-Petersburg], Bulletin of Centre for Asia Minor Studies  20 (2017), 139-172.

 “Ουμανισμός, Μεταρρύθμιση, Δίωξη. Ο Κύριλλος Λούκαρις και οι έριδες γύρω από την Προτεσταντική Ομολογία του 1629” [Humanism, Reformation, Persecution. Cyril Lucares and the disputes on the Protestant Confession of Faith of 1629], Ο Λούθηρος και η Μεταρρύθμιση. Πρακτικά Συνεδρίου Άρτου Ζωής, Athens, Artos Zoes, 2018.

 “Dispute and Erudition. Conflicting Readings on Byzantine History in Early Modern Greek Historical Literature”, Héritages de Byzance en Europe du Sud-Est à l’ époque moderne et contemporaine, ed. O. Delouis, A. Couderc, P. Guran (Athènes, 2013).