The Courses

 

1st SEMESTER

COMPULSORY COURSES

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

 1

110001

POLITICAL SCIENCE -I-

S. SEFERIADIS

 2

110005

SOCIAL THEORY

ST. DIMITRIOU

 3

110021

MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY (19th c.)

L. LOUVI

 4

110415

INTRODUCTION TO THE EUROPEAN LEGAL AND STATE THEORY

D. CHRISTOPOULOS

COMPULSORY WITH OPTIONS COURSES for the 1st and the 3rd semester

Students registered for the 1st semester choose 1 course

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

 5

110004

POLITICAL ECONOMY 

ST. MAVROUDEAS (Dep. of Social Policy)

 7

110019

THEORIES OF POLITICAL PARTIES

G. MOSCHONAS

  110222

HISTORICAL DEMOGRAPHY I BASIC CONCEPTS

ST. TOMARA - SIDERI
 8

110343

INTRODUCTION TO ELECTORAL SOCIOLOGY

V.GEORGIADOU

 10

110455

PUBLIC POLICY

ST. LADI

 11

110461

EUROPEAN UNION AND PUBLIC POLICY

ST. LADI

 13

110473

CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN HISTORY (20th c.)

I. LAGANI

 14

110477

MODERN HISTORY OF THE BALKANS -Ι- (18th c.- 1878)

A. LYBERATOS

  110499

HISTORY OF THE USA. FROM INDEPENDENCE TO HEGEMONY

K. KARPOZILOS
 15

110511

FROM THE CIVIL WAR TO THE POST-JUNTA YEARS: INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT, IDEOLOGIES AND INSTITUTIONS

D. PAPADIMITRIOU

  110535 INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMIC THEORY AND POLICY TH. KOLLIOPOULOS

            

2nd SEMESTER

COMPULSORY COURSES

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

 17

110008

POLITICAL SCIENCE -II-

F. KOUNTOURI

 18

110012

SOCIAL THEORY. MARX AND WEBER

G. FARAKLAS

 19

110168

HISTORY OF THE GREEK STATE (19th-20th c.)

CHR. KOULOURI

 20

110403

ECONOMY AND SOCIETY

CHR. IORDANOGLOU

COMPULSORY WITH OPTIONS COURSES for the 2nd and the 4th semester

Students registered for the 2nd semester choose 1 course

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

 22

110006

METHODOLOGY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

S. SEFERIADIS

  110011

POLITICAL ECONOMY -II-

CH. PAPATHEODOROU (Dep. of Social Policy)
  110223

HISTORICAL DEMOGRAPHY II. mETHODS AND APPLICATIONS

ST. TOMARA - SIDERI
 24

110322

ISSUES IN HISTORIOGRAPHY: THE INTERFACE BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW CULTURE

EL. ANDRIAKAINA

 25

110345

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: THE STATE ORGANS

P. FOUNDETHAKIS

 26

110376

IDEOLOGY AND THE PRESS (19th-20th c.)

D. PAPADIMITRIOU

  110427

NATIONS AND NATIONALISM (19th-20th c.)

K. KARPOZILOS
  110475

GREECE AND THE COLD WAR

I. LAGANI
  110478

MODERN HISTORY OF THE BALKANS -II- (1878-1923)

A. LYBERATOS
 31

110481

POSTWAR GLOBAL HISTORY

L. VENTURAS

 33

110524

ECONOMIC HISTORY OF GREECE (19th-early 20th c.)

TH. KOLLIOPOULOS

  110536

THEORY OF POLITICS: STATE, CITIZENS AND POLITICS IN "ARISTOTLE'S POLITICS"

ST. DIMITRIOU

3rd SEMESTER

COMPULSORY COURSES

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

 34

110029

SOCIAL THEORY. CONTEMPORARY TRENDS

GR. ANANIADIS

 35

110300

history of historiography, 20th CENTURY

EL. ANDRIAKAINA

For COMPULSORY WITH OPTIONS COURSES, see above - 1st semester

Students registered for the 3rd semester choose 3 courses

4th SEMESTER

COMPULSORY COURSES

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

36

110429

RESEARCH METHODS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

V.GEORGIADOU

A.KOLLIAS

F.KOUNTOURI

S. LADI

37

110430

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY: GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS AND GLOBALIZATION

K. SIDERI

For COMPULSORY WITH OPTIONS COURSES, see above – 2d semester

Students registered for the 4th semester choose 3 courses

5th & 7th SEMESTER

Students registered for the 5th and 7th semester choose 5 elective courses or/and elective seminars

                                                                                                  

ELECTIVE COURSES

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

38.

110307

OTTOMAN HISTORY

A. HADJIKYRIAKOU

39.

110308

DEMOCRACY AND REPRESENTATION:THEORY AND PRACTICE

G. KONTOGEORGIS

  110312

GREEK HISTORY OF THE 20TH CENTURY: THE DECADE 1940 - 1950

P. PAPASTRATIS

43.

110369

POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: NATURE AND CONVENTION

[IN FRENCH]

G. FARAKLAS

  110417

CITIZENSHIP AND MIGRATION

D. CHRISTOPOULOS
  110453

GREEK COMMUNITIES ABROAD

ST. TOMARA - SIDERI

48.

110483

SOCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN EUROPE (19th-20th centuries)

L. VENTURAS

  110501

EUROPEAN PARTY FAMILIES: SOCIAL DEMOCRACY

G. MOSCHONAS

49.

110504

history of the greek interwar period

V. BOGIATZIS

  110512 PARLIAMENTARY LAW AND REGULATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES P. DOUDONIS

50.

110513

TRADE UNIONS AND COLLECTIVE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN GREECE

IO. KOUZIS

(Dep. of Social Policy)

  110517

CULTURAL HISTORY OF POSTWAR GREECE

K. KATSAPIS

51.

110521

THE DIALECTICS IN THE HISTORY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY

G. SOTIROPOULOS

52.

110522

VERSIONS AND CRITICS OF THE CATEGORY OF PROGRESS

G. SOTIROPOULOS

53.

110523

ECONOMIC HISTORY OF POST-WAR EUROPE

T. KOLLIOPOULOS

  110527

THEORIES OF JUSTICE. RAWLS, HABERMAS, LUHMANN, DERRIDA

G. XIROPAIDIS
  110533

MODELS OF DEMOCRACY

K. SIDERI
  110537

THE CITY AS AN OBJECT OF MODERN SOCIAL THEORY

CHR. MITSOPOULOU
  110538

THE BALKANS BETWEEN TWO WARS (1918-1939)

A. LYBERATOS
  110540

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC POLICY

K. SIDERI

 

 

ELECTIVE SEMINARS

Students can opt for 1 or 2 seminars

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

54.

110480

HISTORY OF EUROPEAN MIGRATIONS (19th-20th centuries)

L. VENTURAS

  110508

TEXTS OF GREEK HISTORIANS AND SOCIOLOGISTS

N. THEOTOKAS
  110529 A HISTORY OF THE WORLD SINCE 1300 CH. KOULOUR I- J. ADELMAN
  110539

THEORY OF DEMOCRACY: DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICANISM AND POLITICAL LIBERALIZATION

ST. DIMITRIOU


6th & 8th SEMESTER

Students registered for the 6th and 8th semester can choose 5 elective courses or/and elective seminars

ELECTIVE COURSES

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

57.

110248

CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS

N. KANELLOPOULOU

59.

110351

CONTENTIOUS POLITICS, COLLECTIVE ACTION, SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

S. SEFERIADIS

60.

110382

FASCISM, NAZISM: THEORETICAL APPROACHES AND HISTORIOGRAPHICAL ISSUES

D. PAPADIMITRIOU

61.

110385

HISTORY OF MODERN TURKEY

A. HADJIKYRIAKOU

64.

110418

THE EUROPEAN FAR RIGHT: THEORY, METHODOLOGY, COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

V.GEORGIADOU

65.

110426

HISTORY OF MODERN ALBANIA

L. BALTSIOTIS

66.

110439

PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

GR. ANANIADIS

  110452

PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE II. ALTERNATIVE THEORIES

GR. ANANIADIS
  110454

BENEFACTION AND GREEK DIASPORA

ST. TOMARA - SIDERI

69.

110472

HISTORIOGRAPHY IN CRISIS?

DEBATES, POLEMICS AND CONVERSATIONS

EL. ANDRIAKAINA

71.

110476

POSTWAR BALKAN HISTORY

I. LAGANI

77.

110518

THE SUBJECT OF IDEOLOGY IN MARXISM

CHR. MITSOPOULOU

  110531

NATIONAL IDENTITY AND SOCIAL BOND

D. PAPADOPOULOU

(Dep. of Social Policy)

  110532

INTRODUCTION TO GENDER STUDIES

M. STRATIGAKI

(Dep. of Social Policy)

  110534 REFUGEES: A WORLD HISTORY OF THE 20TH CENTURY K. KARPOZILOS

ELECTIVE SEMINARS

Students can opt for 1 or 2 seminars

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

78.

110484

ELECTIONS AND VOTERS IN EUROPE

V.GEORGIADOU

80.

110496

SPECIAL TOPICS OF SOCIAL HISTORY

N. THEOTOKAS

  110530

POLITICAL SCIENCE AND HISTORY IN ENGLISH

AIK. CHATZIOSIF


7thSEMESTER(WINTER)

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

81.

110438

BACHEROL’S THESIS /WINTERSEMESTER

 

82.

110463

INTERNSHIP I.

A.KOLLIAS

8thSEMESTER (SPRING)

Serial No.

Course

Codes

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

83.

110437

BACHELOR’S THESIS /SPRING SEMESTER

 

84.

110470

INTERNSHIP II.

A. KOLLIAS

ERASMUS COURSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH AND IN FRENCH

(they are all mentioned above,listed per semester)

Courses Code

COURSE TITLES

TEACHING STAFF

110369

POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: NATURE AND CONVENTION

[IN FRENCH:  PHILOSOPHIE POLITIQUE: NATURE ET CONVENTION]

G. FARAKLAS

110472

HISTORIOGRAPHY IN CRISIS?

DEBATES, POLEMICS AND CONVERSATIONS

EL. ANDRIAKAINA

110484

ELECTIONS AND VOTERS IN EUROPE

V.GEORGIADOU

110501

EUROPEAN PARTY FAMILIES: SOCIAL DEMOCRACY

G. MOSCHONAS

110530

POLITICAL SCIENCE AND HISTORY IN ENGLISH

AIK. CHATZIOSIF

 

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