Institute for Mediterranean Studies

Inauguration of the new building

On Sunday, September 19th 2010, at 17.45 p.m., the inauguration of the new building of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies will take place. It will be named after the deceased President of the Foundation for Research and Technology, native from Rethymno, the late Stelios Orphanoudakis.

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Τheatrical archive of Nikolaos Laskaris

The research program Sources of Modern Greek Theatre History of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies has from now on in its possession the theatrical archive of Nikolaos Laskaris (1868-1945). Laskaris is one of the most significant 19th -20th century playwrights and the first historian of Modern Greek Theatre. The archive has been donated to the Institute by his granddaughter Ioli Antonopoulou.

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Lecture by Shirine Hamadeh

Lecture Series 2009-2010

The Postgraduate Programme of Turkish Studies of the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Crete and the Institute for Mediterranean Studies invites you to the seminar lecture of Dr. Shirine Hamadeh (Rice University) "On Streets: Beggars, vagrants, prostitutes and the filth of Istanbul (1703-1839)". The lecture will take place in the Institute for Mediterranean Studies in Wednesday, May 19, at 8:30 p.m.

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JUST PUBLISHED!

JUST PUBLISHED! Crete University Press, just published in the series Humanities/History of Art, Crete in the Late Medieval Period ( Η Κρήτη στην ύστερη μεσαιωνική εποχή), by Olga Gratziou.

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Tradition and Modernization of Modern Greek Theatre. From the beginnings to the post war period

Crete University Press, published in the series Humanities/History of Theatre, the Proceedings of the Third National Congress of Theatre Studies, under the title Tradition and Modernization of Modern Greek Theatre. From the beginnings to the post war period (Παράδοση και εκσυγχρονισμός στο Νεοελληνικό Θέατρο. Από τις απαρχές ως τη μεταπολεμική εποχή). The Congress and the Proceedings were dedicated to Th. Hadjipantazis, Professor Emeritus of the University of Crete.

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