Post-doctoral research

 

 

The Department of Political Science and History hosts post-doctoral researchers from Greece and abroad. PhD holders who would like to submit an application are encouraged to contact first a faculty member with a compatible field of specialization, who might be appointed as post-doctoral advisor. A post-doc research project may last from six months to three years.

University financial support for post-doctoral research is not available, although post-doctoral researchers may participate in funded research programs or receive scholarships from public or private Greek and foreign institutions.
 

Post-Doctoral Researchers (2014-17)

1 Sofia Argyriou

Greek left and the conduct of the Cyprus problem by the Greek Governments in the 1960's. Public policy and public opinion.

 2

Ioannis Balampanidis

Transformations of ideology in late modernity: Social Democrats and Conservatives between individual, community and nation.

3

Lambros Baltsiotis

Stay and transfer of groups against the provisions of Lausanne’s Treaty.
 4

Spyridonas Benetatos

Perceptions οn the class conflict during the Classical period in Athens

 5

George Bithimitris

The transformation of the working class identities in the case of the Western Piraeus.

 6

Vasileios Bogiatzis

The Greek intellectuals in the public sphere during twenty “explosive” years (1949-1967).

 7

Anna-Maria Droumpouki

Stealing and rehabilitation: The German compensations for the Holocaust of the Greek Jews

 8

Georgia Eglezou

The role and the position of women in prostitution in occupied Athens: A comparative approach
 9

Nikolaos Foufas

Adventures of alienation and reification in French and German post-war thought: researching the relations between the ontology of work and cultural critique

 10

Dimitrios Foufoulas

Saint-Simon’s ideas and practices in Greece during the 19th century. A study under the light of a triangular cultural exchange (France-Greece-Germany).

 11

Gizen Gaknak *

Europeanization of Minority Rights in Greece

 12

Christos Iliadis

From the "refugee crisis" to the challenge of inclusion: Theoretical and political tools for dealing with diversity
 13

Kostas Katsapis

"The Damned". Fragments of social history, antidote to the sixties nostalgia
 14

Loukia Kotronaki

Resilience and contention: Charting collective action in crisis-ridden Greece

 15

Nikolaos Kourahanis

Searching for a shelter : The lack of citizenship in countries under the fiscal adjustment regime (Greece-Portugal-Ireland)

 16

Ioannis Kozatsas

Criticism of empiricism and modern archaeological theory. Towards a dialectic anthropology of material culture technology

 17 Katerina Lamprinou

Policies “in a plaster cast”: Looking through Greek Junta’s legislative production

 18

Konstantina Michopoulou

The competence of the Greek State Actors in the protection of labour rights in agricultural field and the system of Labour Inspectorate
 19

Utku   Özer *

Nationalism in the Ottoman Empire: The Greek Experience

 20

Kalliopi Pavli

The colonialism as the intellectual regulator of the world.

 21

Eren Özalay-Şanli*

The Interactive Discourse on Europe among Last Year High School Classrooms in Greece: An Ethnographic Study

 22

Sotirios Siamandouras

Contemporary theories of hegemony, identities, political subject and intermediate places

 23

Alfred Steinhauer

The natural law and the problems of foundation of the modern political legitimacy

 24

Lazaros Tentomas

The Past of Disability: Narrative and Protest in Greece of the 90s

 25

Dimitrios Thrasyvoulou

Greek refugees in the Middle East 1941-1946

 26

Sofia Typaldou

Refugee crisis and rise of the extreme-right: charting a complex relationship in Southern Europe

 27

Gurhan Yellice*

The comparative analysis of Turkish and Greek perception towards the US foreign policy during the Cyprus crises of 1964, 1967, 1974

* Research conducted in English