September 2020

  • Colloque international Les Antiquités multiples de la Modernité grecque (XIXe-XXIe siècles), Athènes 24 - 26 Septembre 2020
    Organisation: Institut français de Grèce – Centre national de la Recherche Scientifique – Université Panteion.

    Chryssanthi Avlami, professeure associée est membre du Comité scientifique et du Comité d’organisation.

    • Conference paper of Prof. Elisabeth Arseniou, titled: "A Classical Education: By Nanos Valaoritis: defining the specificities of the Greek radical Postmodern", participation in the International Conference "The Multiple Antiquities of Greek Modernity (19th - 21st centuries)", Athens 24-26 / 9 / 20, National Research Foundation and Panteion University.
    • Conference paper of Prof. Maria Kakavoulia, titled: "Greek Antiquity and Modern Dance in 20th century Greece. From Isadora Duncan to Rallou Manou"
    • Papers were also given by PhD candidates at the Department of Communication, Media and Culture: Pavlos Moulios (Re-discovering the Ancient Ancestors during the Greek 1950’s: The Multiple Uses of Antiquity in the Formation of Consumer Culture); and Dionysis Flevotomos (Greek Souvenirs: Expressions of the Familiar “Other”).

  • Paper given by Assistant Professor Ioanna Vovou at the 7th Annual Conference of the Hellenic Sociological Society “Societies after the Crisis, Societies without crisis? (held on line). Athens, September 23-25, 2020

  • Associate Professor Betty Tsakarestou, Head of the Advertising and Public Relations Lab - ADandPRLAB was selected to participate in the #TechCampThess Women Entrepreneurship Empowerment Programme implemented by the US Embassy in Greece, U.S. Department of State and Socialinnov, an educational arm of Foundation along with women social entrepreneurs from Greece and the Balkans. The programme is implemented online due to covid19 during the months September 2020- April

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  • Professor Yannis Skarpelos taught as a visiting Professor a course on “History and Theory of Photography,” in the Department of History and Theory of Art, at the School of Fine Arts in Athens.
  • Professor Yannis Skarpelos became a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the “Visual Studies” journal, one of the top journals in the field of visual cultural studies. The journal was first published in 1986 as “Visual Sociology”, and since 2002 is published by Taylor and Francis under its current title. It is the official publication of the International Visual Sociology Association. 


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