Organisers: Eirini Karamouzi (University of Sheffield) and Lamprini Rori (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) Host: John Bennet (Director of the British School at Athens) All seminars are online. The roundtable will take place in person in the British School at...
Foteini Kalantzi (SEESOX, University of Oxford), A bare life in the borderlines of the Mediterranean", discussed by Dimitris Skleparis (Newcastle University). GPSG/BSA webinars on Modern Greek Studies, 01.03.2021 https://www.bsa.ac.uk/videos/foteini-kalantzi-a-bare-life-in-the-borderlines-of-the-mediterranean/
Antonis Ellinas (University of Cyprus), Right-wing extremism and antifascist mobilization in Greece, discussed by Vasiliki Georgiadou (Panteion University). GPSG/BSA webinars on Modern Greek Studies, 19.04.2021. https://www.bsa.ac.uk/videos/antonis-ellinas-antifascism-in-greece-actors-resources-and-tactics/
Dimitris Sotiropoulos (University of Athens) gave a paper on 'Populism, party politics, and the economic crisis: contrasting the case of Greece and the case of Portugal'. The paper was discussed by Lamprini Rori (University of Exeter/European University Institute). You can...
Dr Susannah Verney (University of Athens), “Greek Euroscepticism after a Decade of Crises: Researching Public Opinion through Eurobarometer Surveys”, discussed by Dr Eirini Karamouzi (University of Sheffield). Research webinar Series on Modern Greek Studies, organised by the British School at Athens and the Greek Politics...
  1st webinar of the 2nd Research Webinar Series on Modern Greek Studies organised by the British School at Athens and the Greek Politics Specialist Group Monday, 6 December 2021, 17:00-18:00 (UK time)   The talk will reflect on the military regime’s reactionary,...
This event (part of a series on Modern Greek Studies co-organised by the BSA and the Greek Politics Specialist Group), will reflect on the military regime’s reactionary, ultra-conservative, repressive and pseudo-modernising attitudes and policies towards education, youth and culture,...
Dr Iosif Kovras (University of Cyprus), “Who’s sorry now? Explaining (Non) Apologies in Post-Crisis Europe”, discussed by Professor Stathis Kalyvas (University of Oxford). Research webinar series on Modern Greek Studies, organised by the British School at Athens and the Greek Politics Specialist Group. Recorded...

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