Join us on Monday online for the GPSG/BSA webinar at 5pm UK/ 7pm Greek time. Dr Foteini Kalantzi (SEESOX, University of Oxford) will give a paper on “A ‘bare life’ in the borderlines of the Mediterranean’. Comments by Dr @DSkleparis(Newcastle University). https://bit.ly/3pXlUEa
New Peer-Mentoring Scheme offered by the GPSG to junior researchers, GPSG panels at the annual PSA conference, next webinar of the GPSG/BSA series on Modern Greek Studies on Monday 01.03, online events and new publications, all in our February newsflash: https://bit.ly/2MsD6nl
Research Opportunity at the GPSG! https://gpsg.org.uk/research-opportunity-at-the-gpsg/ via @GPSG.ORG.UK
The GPSG strongly condemns the actions of individuals who invaded the AUEB, violently attacked and insulted its Rector Dimitris Bourantonis.This was an attack against the fundamental values of the university, against academic & individual freedom, against democracy and tolerance.
We inaugurate the BSA-GPSG webinar series with Prof Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos, Monday 5 October 17.00 UK time. To follow, please register via https://zoom.us/webinar/register/9016004161420/WN__GbRPMfzTiOo9nVy3DDbpg
We are happy to announce a new partnership with the British School at Athens. A Research Webinar Series on Modern Greek Studies, convened by @EiriniKaramouzi and @LampriniRori hosted by John Bennet. We will advertise the zoom details closer to the events. https://bit.ly/35fvyep
The general call for papers on Greek politics and the joint call of specialist groups of the PSA for the 2021 Annual Conference are out. https://bit.ly/3icxvvO The deadline for submitting proposals is 2 October 2020.
New deadline for submissions on « Greece through a pandemic crisis: policy responses, challenges and impact ».The best papers will be published in the GPSG WP series.The best will be awarded by £150, the second best with £100.Submissions to [email protected], [email protected]
The GPSG invites WP on “Greece Through a Pandemic Crisis: Policy Responses, Challenges and Impact”. Selected papers will be published in the GPSG WP
series.The best will receive an award of £150.Deadline:31.07.20. Papers submitted to: [email protected] cc [email protected]
The video of our joint webinar “Managing the covid-19 pandemic: lessons learnt and avenues for political science research” is out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GaOzx78mvUM&feature=youtu.be