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Konstantina E. Botsiou
 
Director of KEDIS is the Associate Professor of Modern History and International Politics of the Department of Political Science and Social Relations of the School of Social and Political Science of the University of the Peloponnese Konstantina E. Botsiou.

CURRICULUM VITAE

KONSTANTINA E. BOTSIOU

Associate Professor of Modern History and International Politics,

Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of the Peloponnese

Director, Centre for Greek and n International History (KEDIS), University of the Peloponnese

 Research interests

Modern and Contemporary Greek and European History, History of European integration, Balkan History, Cold War, Greek Foreign Policy, Transatlantic Relations

 

Contact

Email: kbotsiou@kedis.eu, kpetro@otenet.gr

https://uop-gr.academia.edu/KBotsiou

https://www.linkedin.com/in/konstantina-botsiou-37177b5a/?originalSubdomain=gr

 

Α. STUDIES AND CAREER

Konstantina E. Botsiou was born in Athens in 1968. She graduated with honors from the Department of History & Archaeology of the Philosophical School at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and she holds a PhD degree from the University of Tübingen in Germany (1998, magna cum laude).

 Ι. TEACHING

For ten years she taught at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration of the University of Athens (1998-2008), first as an Adjunct Lecturer (1998-2003), then as Lecturer in Modern European and Greek History  (2003-2008). Between 1998 and 2003 she was teaching the undergraduate courses “Defense Policy and Strategy”, “Greek Foreign Policy” and “Modern Diplomatic Practice”, as well as the postgraduate courses “Southeast Europe in International Relations”, “Comparative Diplomatic Practice”. Between 2003 and 2008 she was teaching the undergraduate courses “Modern Greek History”, “Contemporary Greek History”, “World and European History I”, “World and European History II” as well as the postgraduate courses “Special Topics of European History” and  “European Integration and Greece”.

For nine years (2000-2008) she was instructor and coordinator of the section  “Southeast European History and Culture, 19th-20th centuries” of the English-speaking “MA in Southeast European Studies” of the University of Athens and she was also a member of the MA Coordinating Committee (2004-2008). During the same period she was also teaching in the undergraduate programs “European and International Studies” (1998-2003) and “Political Science and Sociology” (2004-2008) of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration. All in all, she offered classes in three out of the four postgraduate programs of the Department. In parallel, she was coordinator of the Department’s Erasmus program and the Library Committee (2004-2008), as well as a member of the Department’s Labs for European Studies and Greek-German Studies.

Today she is Associate Professor of Modern History and International Politics at the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of the Peloponnese. She teaches in all semesters of studies, in particular the undergraduate courses “Modern Greek History”, “Modern World and European History”, “History of European Integration”, “American Politics, “ “Special Issues of Modern History” as well as the postgraduate courses  “History of International Relations”, “History of European Governance” and “History of European Integration” of the MA Program “Governance and Public Policies”. Every year she organizes a dynamic simulation of American Presidential Elections in the course “American Politics” together with colleagues from the University of Athens. She also organizes special expert seminars e.g. about the practical diplomacy, the design of historical documentaries, talent build-up in studies and professional life etc. Additionally, she teaches in other MA programs of the University of the Peloponnese and is a frequent visiting speaker in other Greek and international educational institutions.

Since 2015 she is Visiting Professor and since 2018 also Honorary Lecturer at the Hellenic National Defense College (HNDC) in the main educational section “Political and Diplomatic History. She is a frequent consultant in crisis management exercises and simulations for national and international security organizations.

 ΙΙ. RESEARCH – ARCHIVAL WORK 

Her research work is based on systematic archival research in numerous Greek and international public and private archives (US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium etc.). During her doctoral studies she worked as a researcher at the Jean Monnet Chairs for European Integration at the Universities of Tübingen (1993-1996) and Florence (1993), participating also in the publication of the 3-volume bilingual work (English-German) The United Nations and Its Predecessors, eds. F. Knipping, F., H. von Mangoldt & V. Rittberger, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997, while she was also coordinator of the Erasmus Program.

She has been academic coordinator in several research projects and she has co-operated as researcher with various organizations from Greece and abroad: e.g. ELIAMEP, IDIS, EKEM, University of Macedonia, Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy, Konstantinos G. Karamanlis Foundation, Konstantinos K. Mitsotakis Foundation, Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy, Free University of the Hellenic Society for the Promotion of Learning, Centre of Culture, Research and Documentation of the Bank of Greece, Konrad-Adenaur-Stiftung, Wilfied Martenscentre for European Studies, Fondation Robert Schuman, Fondation Charles de Gaulle, LSE IDEAS, a.o. Between 2007 and 2009 she cooperated with the National Audiovisual Archive of Greece (NAA), as coordinator for the documentation of the Greek newsreels of the period 1974-1981. This particular section was the first to be concluded by the Archive and is now kept in the Historical Archive of the National Broadcasting Agency (ERT).

Between 2013 and 2015 she was a research fellow of the Southeast International Affairs Program at the LSE-IDEAS think tank. Between 2015 and 2017 she was academic coordinator of the research project for the establishment of the Historical Archives of the Hellenic Policy Force at the Ministry of Citizen Protection.

ΙΙΙ. ADMINISTRATIVE WORK

She has been a board member as well as member of academic councils in various Greek and international organizations: e.g. board member of the National Library of Greece (2005-2008), the Academic Council of the Diplomatic Academy at the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2007-2008), the Academic Council of the Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy (2001-2010), the Academic Council of the Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy (2008-2010), the Wilfried Martenscentre for European Studies in Brussels (2011-2014), the Maniatakeion Foundation (2019-), The Council (2019-).

She has been Deputy Director of the European Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at the University of Athens (2006-2008). Between 2001 and 2018 she was an executive at the Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy:  as Director for Publications and Research Programs (2001-2009), General Director (2009-2011) and Vice President (2011-2014). In 2016 she took up again fpr two years the position of General Director (until 2018). In 2017 she became Director of the newly established Historical Archive of the New Democracy party. Since 2017 she is Foreign policy Adviser to the President of the Nea Demokratia party.

From 2012 until 2015 she was Vice Rector for Finance and Economic Planning at the University of the Peloponnese and Deputy Rector for Studies, Quality Assurance, Erasmus and International Programs. She was also Head of the University’s Quality Assurance Unit (MODIP). Between 2011 and 2015 she was a member of the Academic Senate. In 2011-2012 she was Deputy President of the Department of Political Science and International Relations.

Since 2017 she is Director of the publication series “Modern History” at Papadopoulos Publishers.

Since 2018 she is Director of the Centre for Greek and International History (KEDIS) of the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of the Peloponnese.

 Since 2019 she is an executive Board member of the think tank “Greek Council for International Relations”.

IV. PUBLICATIONS

Her publications include several books, edited volumes, chapters and journal articles in Greece and abroad with a focus on Modern and Contemporary Greek and European History, History of European integration, Balkan History, Cold War, Greek Foreign Policy and Transatlantic Relations.

Besides the numerous presentations in academic fora every year, she is also invited by prestigious organizations from the security, banking and business sector for special lectures: e.g. Hellenic National Defence College, Hellenic Navy, Hellenic Army, Hellenic National Defense Staff, Diplomatic Academy of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cultural Foundation of the Bank of Piraeus, Historical Archive of Alpha Bank, Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy, American Studies Seminars, Delphi Economic Forum, ΝΑΤΟ, European University Institute, IDEAS/London School of Economics, Institut für Zeitgeschichte at Munich University, Stiftung Wissenschat und Politik, Südoesteuropa-Gesellschaft, Deutsche Gesellschaft für ausländische Politik, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung, Politische Akademie der ÖVP a.o.

For a decade (2001-2011) she was the chief-editor of the quarterly journal Liberal Emphasis and she was also coordinator of the series Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy Yearbook και European and International Affairs by Springer Publishers (2009-2011). She is a frequent writer and peer reviewer in many Greek and international academic journals as well as member of many academic associations.

She is an op-ed columnist in various journals and newspapers (Ta Nea, Kathimerini, The Book’s Journal a.o.) and acts as academic consultant and analyst in many Greek and international historical documentaries (Hellenic Parliament TV Channel, National Broadcasting Corporation-ERT, SKAI, RFI, ZDF). She was the chief academic editor of the 15-episodes historical series about postwar Greece called “The Great Change” (ET1, 2009) and of the first series of the “Parliamentary Speeches Booklets” (Hellenic Parliament TV Channel, 2012-2014). She has participated in historical documentaries of the National Broadcasting Corporation (ERT) such as “Historical Headlines”, “Histories and Narratives”, “The Parliamentary Fathers of Modern Greece”, “Historical Walks”, “Parallel Lives” a.o. She has participated in the international historical documentaries “Paul: No Ordinary King” (2014), “König ohne Krone” (ZDF-History, 2016) and “The Marshall Plan: 70 years after” (2017).

She speaks English, German, Italian and French.

Β. PUBLICATIONS (indicative list)

Ι. BOOKS/EDITED VOLUMES

1.  Griechenlands Weg nach Europa: Von der Τruman-Doktrin bis zur Assoziierung mit der Europäischen Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft, 1947-1961, Frankfurt a.M: Peter Lang Verlag, 1999

2.     Southeastern Europe in International Relations, Athens: ELIAMEP Occasional Papers, 1999 (in Greek)

3.    Regional Co-Operation in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Athens: ELIAMEP Occasional Papers, 1999 (in Greek)

4.     International Relations in the Nuclear Era (with Y. Valinakis), Thessaloniki: Paratiritis, 2000 (in Greek)

5.     Between NATO and the EEC: Europe in Search of a defense and political union, 1949-1957, Athens: Papazissis, 2002 (in Greek)

6.     Greece and the European Future of Turkey (with P. Kazakos et al.), Athens: Sideris, 2003 (in Greek)

7.  Democracy, Security and Economic Development in Southeast Europe, (ed. with Arvanitopoulos, C.), Athens/Berlin: Sideris, 2002 (in Greek)

8.     EU Integration and the Future of Southeastern Europe (ed. with Arvanitopoulos, C. & B. Lamers), Athens/Berlin: Sideris, 2003

9.     Constantine Karamanlis in the 20th Century (ed. with Svolopoulos, C. et al.), Athens: Rodakio, 2008 (in Greek)

10.   The Constantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy Yearbook 2009 (ed. with Arvanitopoulos, C.), Brussels: Springer, 2009

11.   The Constantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy Yearbook 2010 (ed. with Arvanitopoulos, C.), Brussels: Springer, 2010

12.   The Κonstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy Yearbook 2011 (ed. with Klapsis, A.), Brussels: Springer, 2011

13.  Booklets of Parliamentary Speeches, Athens: Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy, 2010 (in Greek)

14.   The Founders of European Integration, Athens: Patakis, 2013 (ed. with Svolopoulos, C.)

15.  Greece, the West and the Mediterranean, 1945-1962 (ed. with Sakkas, G.), Thessaloniki: University of Macedonia, 2015 (in Greek)

16.   The Balkans in the Cold War (ed. with Rajak, S.  et al), London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017 and

17.   The Balkans in the Cold War (ed. with Rajak, S. et al), Athens: Papadopoulos, 2019 (in Greek)

 

ΙΙ. ARTICLES/CHAPTERS IN COLLECTIVE VOLUMES

1. “Greek-Turkish Relations, 1974-2000», in: Kazakos, P., P. Liargovas, N. Marias, K. E. Botsiou & K. Polychronaki (eds.), Athens: Sideris, 2001, pp. 133-213 (in Greek)

2. “Greece in the EU: A Historical Account”, in: Greece in the European Union: the New Role and the New Agenda, Athens/Brussels: ΕΚΕΜ/Greek Ministry of Press/European Commission, 2002, pp. 17-36

3. “The European policies of Konstantinos Karamanlis and Greece’s Association with the EEC”, in: Svolopoulos, C. & C. Morelle (eds.), in: De Gaulle et Karamanlis: La Nation, l’ état, l’Europe, Athens/Paris: Konstantinos G. Karamanlis Foundation and Fondation Charles de Gaulle, 2002, pp. 147-154 (in Greek)

4. “Greece’s Association with the EEC: political and economic aspects of Greek options”, ELIA/Bureau of the European Commission in Athens, 2002, pp. 60-64

5. “Searching for the lost time: the European course of regime change in 1974”, in: Arvanitopoulos, Constantinos & Marilena Koppa (eds.), 30 Years of Greek Foreign Policy, Athens: LIvanis, 2005, pp. 99-121 (in Greek)

6. “Greek –Turkish Relations since 1974: efforts for rapprochement and co-operation”, in: Chila, Irini (ed.), La Grèce dans le sud-est européeen: enjeux régionaux et perspectives, Mésogeios 22-23 (Paris, Hêrodotes, 2004), pp. 153-188

7. “The Interface between Politics and Culture in Greece” in: Stephan, Alexander (ed.), The Americanization of Europe: Culture, Diplomacy and Anti-Americanism after 1945, New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2005, pp. 277-306

8. “Anti-Americanism in Greece”, in: O’Connor, Brendon (ed.), Anti-Americanism: History, Causes and Themes, 3 vols, vol. 3: Comparative Perspectives, Oxford: Greenwood World Publishing, 2007, pp. 213-234, 336-341

9. “Ideological and Political Beginning of European Integration”, in: Maraveyas, N. & M. Tsinisizelis (eds.), The new European Union: Organization and Politics, 50 years, Athens: Themelio, 2007, pp. 59-95 (in Greek)

10. “The beginning of the end of Crown democracy in Greece: the Crown in the legitimacy crisis of the 1960s”, in: Rigos, A., S. Seferiadis & E. Hatzivassiliou (eds.), The “short” 1960s: institutional framework, party strategies, social conflicts, cultural process, Athens: Kastaniotis, 2008, pp. 103-125 (in Greek)

11. “Konstantinos Karamanlis’ s views on security in the choice for European integration” European and Atlantic dimensions”, in: Maraveyas, N. (ed.), Greece in the European Union: past, present and future, Athens, EPEES, 2008, pp. 189-205 (in Greek)

12. “The political program of the People’s Party in the 1946 elections”, in: Psallidas, Gr. (ed.), The 1946 elections, Athens: Konstantinos K. Mitsotakis Foundation, 2008, pp. 171-195

13. “Konstantinos Karamanlis towards the ‘relentless struggle’”, in: Svolopoulos, C., K. E. Botsiou and E. Hatzivassiliou (eds.), Konstantinos Karamanlis in the 20th century, Athens: Rodakio, 2008, vol. 1, pp. 137-156 (in Greek)

14. “The nuclear age”, in: Triantafyllou, D. (ed.), International Relations in the Nuclear Age: modern themes and approaches, Athens: Papazissis, 2008, pp. 66-87 (with E. Hatzivassiliou)

15. “New Policies, Old Politics: American Concepts of Reform In Marshall Plan Greece”, Journal of Modern Greek Studies (The Johns Hopkins University Press), 27/2 (10/2009), pp. 209-240

16. “The Crown and the Allies, 1961-1967”, in: Vassilakis, M. (ed.), From the Relentless Struggle to the Junta, Athens: Papazissis, 2009, pp. 91-109 (in Greek)

17. “NATO and the Gaullist Challenge, 1958-1968”, International and European Politics 16 (October-November 2009), pp. 56-72 (in Greek)

18. “The Old Palace of Athens in the Ottonian Period”, in: The Building of the Hellenic Parliament, Athens: Library of the Hellenic Parliament, 2009, pp. 65-100 (in Greek)

19. “US influence in postwar Greece: interactions between politics and culture”, in: Maragkou, E. & D. Tsibouki (eds.), Our America. The American Culture in Greece, Athens: Metechmio, 2010, pp. 179-237 (in Greek)

20. “A ‘Pyrrhic victory’: the decline of the Popular Party through the Civil War”, in: Gounaris,  V., St. Kalyvas & Y. Stefanidis (eds.), Unorthodox War, identity shaping and postwar perceptions: three turning points in Greek history, Athens: Patakis, 2010, pp. 332-359 (in Greek)

21. “The European Centre-Right and European integration: the formative years”, in: Arvanitopoulos, C. (ed.), Reforming Europe: The role of the European Centre-Right, Heidelberg: Springer, 2009, pp. 173-206

22. “Europe at a crossroads”, Constantine Arvanitopoulos & Konstantina E. Botsiou (eds.), The Constantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy Yearbook 2009, Heidelberg: Springer, 2009, pp. 1-8

23. “Deutschland und Griechenland im europäischen Kontext”, in: Schultheiss, Wolfgang & Evangelos Chryssos (eds.), Meilensteine deutsch-griechischer Beziehungen, Athen: Stiftung für Parlamentarismus und Demokratie des Hellenischen Parlaments, 2010, pp. 299-316

24. “The Crown and the allied factor 1961-1967”, in: Vassilakis, M. (ed.), From the Relentless Struggle to the Dictatorship, Athens: Konstantinos K. Mitsotakis Foundation/Papazissis, 2009, pp. 91-109 (in Greek)

25. “The European Centre-Right and European integration: the formative years”, in: Arvanitopoulos, C. (ed.), Reforming Europe: The role of the European Centre-Right, Heidelberg: Springer, 2009, pp. 173-206

26. “The ratification of Greece’s Association Agreement with the EEC (1962), in: Botsiou, K. E. (ed.), Booklets of Parliamentary Speeches, Athens: Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy, 2010 (in Greek)

27. “Planning Peace: the influence of the “Big Three” on the shaping of the Cold War, 1941-1950”, in: Ifestos, P., K. Koliopoulos & E. Hatzivassiliou (eds.), The beginning of the Cold War, 1941-1950: Strategic or Ideological Causes?, Athens: IDIS/Panteion University, 2012, pp. 14-41 (in Greek)

28. “Chronicle of a Crisis Foretold? Greece in search of a new content for Europe”, in: Psalidopoulos, M. (ed.), A World of Crisis and Shifting Geopolitics: Greece, the Eastern Mediterranean and Europe, Boston: Sideris, 2012, pp. 111-126

29. “The Cyprus issue and the Greek crisis, 1961-1967”, in: Papapolyviou P., A. Syrigos & E. Hatzivassiliou (ed.), The Cyprus issue and the International System, 1945-1974: In Search of a place in the world, Athens: Patakis, 2013, pp. 247-265 (n Greek)

30. “The Origins of European integration: goals and strategies”, in: Svolopoulos, C. & K. E. Botsiou (eds.), The Founders of European Integration, Athens, 2013, pp. 15-30

31. “The Impact of the Balkan Wars on regional Monarchies: The cases of Greece and Bulgaria”, in: Türkeș, Mustafa  (ed.), The Centenary of the Balkan Wars (1912-1913): Contested Stances, Ankara: TTK, 2014, pp. 233-249

32. “Panayiotis Kanellopoulos on modern and contemporary history”, in: Proceedings of the Panayiotis kanellopoulos Conference, Athens: Friends of Panayiotis Kanellopoulos Society, 2014, pp. 609-622

33. “Panayis Tsaldaris”, historical introduction to the re-printed Biography by Georgios Vouros, Athens: Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy, 2014, pp. 1-55

34. “New Democracy and PASOK, 1974-1985: ‘Europe’ as politics and identities”, in: Avgeridis, M., E. Gazi & K. Kornetis (eds.), Regime change: Greece at the crossroads of two centuries, Athens: Themelio, 2015, pp.  211-224 (in Greek)

35. “The US and Greek participation in European integration, 1958-1961”, in: Botsiou, K. E & G. Sakkas (eds.), Greece, the West and the Mediterranean, Thessaloniki: University of Macedonia, 2015, pp. 109-124 (in Greek)

36. “The Greek Issue during the Civil War in the UN through the British Press", in: Marantzidis, N. & E. Paschaloudi (eds.), The Greek Civil War through the International Press, Thessaloniki: University of Macedonia, 2015, pp. 236-255 (in Greek)

37. “The impact of Lambrakis’ murder on the relations between the conservative ERE and the Left”, in: The Lambrakis Murder: historical debate 50 years later, Athens: Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy, 2016, pp. 73-96 (in Greek)

38. "The Crown and the military dictatorship”, in: The military dictatorship and the rehabilitation of democracy, Athens: Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarisn and  Democracy, 2016, pp. 113-135 (in Greek)

39. “Towards the re-construction of the Centre: Pavlos Bakoyannis’s position in the Greek political System”, in: Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Democracy and Parliamentarism, Pavlos Bakoyannis. In Memoriam, Athens, 2017, pp. 25-48 (in Greek)

40. “History of European Integration: The concept and the formation of a political phenomenon”, in: I.-A. Metaxas, Political Science, vol. VII, Athens: Sideris, 2017, pp. 237-253 (In Greek)

41. “British archives on Greece from the Second World War to the Cold War”, in: Greece from the Second World War to the Cold War. International relations and domestic developments, Thessaloniki: University of Macedonia, 2015 (in Greek), http://www.coldwar.gr/el/χώρα/ηνωμένο-βασίλειο

42. “The Asia Minor War: from the Αllied campaign to the Greek-Turkish Ψlash”, in: The Asia Minor War: the intervention of the foreign powers, Athens: Pelasgos, 2017, pp. 43-62 (in Greek)

43. “Balkan Dilemmas in the 1970s and 1980s: A Point of No Return?”, in: Rajak, Svetozar, Konstantina E. Botsiou, Eirini Karamouzi & E. Hatzivassiliou (eds.), The Balkans in the Cold War, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, pp. 261-282

44. “Changing Challenges in a Solid Alliance: Greece and the Western Partners in Past and Present”, in: Hellenic Army General Staff and Institute of International Relations (ed.), 1st Land Forces Conference Proceedings, Athens 2017, pp. 139—153

45. “The use of modern history in crisis management preparation”, in: Hellenic National Defense General Staff (ed.), Security and Crisis Management - Athena 2018, Athens, 2019

46. “The Greek Asia Minor Campaign: from geopolitical triumph to strategic frustration”, in: Ethnikes Epalxeis 126 (October-November 2018), pp. 13-16 (in Greek)

47. “Greece, Cyprus and geo-political hydrocarbons in the Aegean Sea”, in: Greece-Cyprus in the new era of energy, Nicosia: IENE, 2019 (in Greek)

 C. RESEARCH PROJECTS

Ι. ACADEMIC COORDINATOR IN RESEARCH PROJECTS

1.   2001-2002: Ideology and Foreign Policy in Greece and Bayern in the 19th century, Kapodistrias Program, University of Athens

2.   2006-2008: Moslem communities in EU countries, European Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, University of Athens

3.   2007-2008:  Documentation of Historical Newsreels, National Audiovisual Archive

4.   2010-2012: The Balkans in the Cold War, LSE-IDEAS and Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy

5.   2010-2011: More Europe for Women: the European Citizens’ Initiative, Fondation Robert Schuman and Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy

6.   2010-2011: Prosperity for All: Social Market Economy and the impact of the euro crisis, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy

7.   2010-2011: EU Enlargement: get informed and get in action, PRINCE Program, European Commission DG Education and Culture - PRogramme d’ INformation du Citoyen Européen Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy

8.   2012-2013: Political Parties in Greece Today, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

9.   2013-2015: Evaluation of the University of the Peloponnese, University of the Peloponnese

10. 2015-2017: Establishment of the Historical Archive of the Hellenic Police Force, Ministry of Citizen Protection

 

ΙI. RESEARCHER IN RESEARCH PROJECTS

1.      1993-1994: Germany-Thailand, Baden-Württemberg - University of Tübingen

2.      1993-1995: The System of the United Nations and Ιts Predecessors, University of Tübingen (Beck Verlag/Oxford University Press, 1995)

3.      1998-1999: Risk analyses for the Balkans, ELIAMEP

4.      1998-1999: Regional Integration in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, ELIAMEP

5.      1998-1999: Greek sovereignty in the Dodecanese through archival and historical sources, ELIAMEP

6.      1999-2001: ESF Project for re-structuring the Greek postgraduate programs, University of Athens

7.      2000-2008: Southeast European Studies, Stability Pact for Southeastern Europe, University of Athens

8.      2001-2002: The future of the European Army, IDIS/Panteion University

9.      2001-2002: CFSP and Greece, European Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, University of Athens

10.    2006-2008: Liberalism and Reform in postwar Greece, Kapodistrias Program, University of Athens

11.    2007-2008: Documentation of Historical Newsreels, National Audiovisual Archive

12.    2007-2009: The Great Change, Historical Documentary for the National Broadcasting Agency (ERT)

13.  2008-2010: Booklets of Parliamentary Speeches, Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy

14.   2012-2015: Greece from the Second World War to the Cold War. International relations and domestic developments. THALIS Program, University of Macedonia

15.   2014-2015: The biography of Panayis Tsaldaris, Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy

16.    2013-2015: Southern Europe International Affairs Programme (SEIAP) of the LSE-IDEAS

17.    2013-2015: Evaluation of the University of the Peloponnese, University of the Peloponnese

18.    2014-2015: Historical Registry of the National Research Foundation, National Research Foundation

19.    2018-: Archival research in the Bank of Greece, Bank of Greece

20.    2019-: Online-Compendium of Greek-German Relations, Freie Universität Berlin - German Foreign Ministry

 

D. SCHOLARSHPS, GRANTS AND ACADEMIC AWARDS

1.      1988-1991: Annual scholarships of the Greek State Scholarships Foundation (IKY)

2.      1991: Erasmus-Program, undergraduate semester at the University of Tübingen

3.      1991: Andreas Andreadis Award based on academic performance at the University of Athens

4.      1993: ECTS grant for doctoral research at the University of Florence and the European University Institute (EUI)

5.      1995: “Grammenos Karamanlis”-grant by the Konstantinos G. Karamanlis Foundation for doctoral research

6.      1999: Call to participate in the IVLP (International Visitor Leadership) Program of the US Department of States

7.      2006: Award of the European Teacher’s union for distinguished teaching at the University of Athens

8.      2009: Who is Who Greece

9.      2011-2014: Election as member of Academic Council of the Wilfried Martenscentre for European Studies, Brussels

10.    2012: Call to participate as basic history examiner in the selection exams for the diplomatic corps of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs

11.    2013-2014: Call to participate as deputy basic history examiner in the selection exams for the diplomatic corps of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs

12.    2013-2015: Call to participate as research fellow in the Southern Europe International Affairs Programme (SEIAP) at the LSE

13.    2016: Call to participate in an International Visitors Leadership Program of the Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung

14.   2017: Call by the DAAD to participate as National Representative in the international Elections Observers Committee of the German National Elections  

15.    2018: Honorary Lecturer-Award of the Hellenic National Defence College (HNDC)

16.  2018-19: Call to participate as judge in Forensics competitions for historical issues in Greek educational organizations

 

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