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“CHAPTERS OF HISTORY: Greece: a modern state? Trajectories from the Balkan milieu to the European integration”

A lecture by:
Dr. Dimitris A. Sotiropoulos
Associate professor in Contemporary History & Politics, director of the Postgraduate Program “Governance & Economics” (University of Peloponese) and editor-in-chief of NEA HESTIA journal

When: Thursday, January 19, 6:30p.m.

Where: 17b Ipitou Street, Plaka, Athens

Organized by: Institute of Diplomacy & Global Affairs

For more information please contact: 210 600 9800 ext. 1107


Short Bio

Dr. Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos was born in Athens, 1972. He is an Associate Professor of Contemporary History and Politics at the School of Administration and Economy of the Higher Technological Institute of Peloponnese since 2014, and has been a visiting professor and assistant professor there since 2003. He is also Director of the Postgraduate Program “Governance & Economics” at the University of the Peloponnese.

Dr. Sotiropoulos is editor-in-chief of the journal NEA HESTIA, as well as a member of the scientific committee of the journals Philosophein, and Foreign Affairs, The Hellenic Edition, and is a columnist of the daily newspaper Kathimerini.

He is the editor of four collective volumes concerning mid war and contemporary politics in Greece and Cyprus, and a member of the scientific committee organizing the “Institutions & Public Policies in Contemporary Greece” conference held every two years. He was invited, during the second semester 2011-12, to lecture at Harvard University – Program of Modern Greek Studies (George Seferis Chair), about post war politics.

Dr. Sotiropoulos was also a scientific advisor for the historical documentary, The Making of the Greek National State, 1760-1832, as well as for a historical documentary concerning Greece in the 1974-2010 period, both of which were broadcasted on E.R.T.