Institute for Mediterranean Studies

Πρόσκληση του ερευνητή Ν. Παπαδόπουλου στην Ραδιοφωνική Εκπομπή του Σταθμού της Εκκλησίας της Ελλάδος "MARE NOSTRUM: Η ΜΕΣΟΓΕΙΟΣ ΘΑΛΑΣΣΑ"

Πρόσκληση του ερευνητή Ν. Παπαδόπουλου στην Ραδιοφωνική Εκπομπή του Σταθμού της Εκκλησίας της Ελλάδος "MARE NOSTRUM: Η ΜΕΣΟΓΕΙΟΣ ΘΑΛΑΣΣΑ"

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Lecture by Dr. Donal Cooper

Lecture Series 2010-2011

On Tuesday, 12 April 2011, at 20.00, Dr. Donal Cooper, associate professor at the University of Warwick (Great Britain), will present at the Institute of Mediterranean Studies a paper on the subject of Franciscan art and architecture in a Mediterranean context. The presentation will be in English.

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Τhree-year fellowship to Ms. Sophia Katopi with the programme "Heraklitus II - Enhancing Human Research Potential through Doctoral Research"

Ms. Sophia Katopi, collaborator with the Project “Western Art in Crete during the Venetian period” and a doctoral candidate at the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Crete with the Ph.D. subject: "The Venetian Loggia of Candia: the history of the building from the time of its construction to the 20th century”, got a three-year fellowship (2010-2013) with the Programme "Heraklitus II - Enhancing Human Research Potential through Doctoral Research". Ms. Katopi was the 11th among 97 successful proposals in the thematic action "Humanities, Education Sciences, Cultural Sciences and Arts" with the final point 10.

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Translation of Proceedings of Three International Symposiums by turkish publishing house Küre Yayınları

The Turkish publishing house Küre Yayınları agreed to translate the proceedings of three international symposia of the Programme for Turkish Studies (E. Zachariadou ed., Halcyon Days IV: The Kapudan Pasha, His Office and His Domain, Rethymno 2002· A. Anastasopoulos ed., Halcyon Days V: Provincial Elites in the Ottoman Empire, Rethymno 2005· A. Anastasopoulos ed., Halcyon Days VI: The Eastern Mediterranean Under Ottoman Rule: Crete, 1645-1840, Rethymno 2008).

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Mr. Yiannis Spyropoulos was awarded a three-year fellowship (2010-2013) with the Programme "Heraklitus II - Enhancing Human Research Potential through Doctoral Research".

Mr. Yiannis Spyropoulos, doctoral candidate in the Programme of Post-Graduate Turkish Studies, which is run by the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Crete jointly with the Institute of Mediterranean Studies, got a three-year fellowship (2010-2013) with the Programme "Heraklitus II - Enhancing Human Research Potential through Doctoral Research". Mr. Spyropoulos (Ph.D. subject: "The Crete Janissaries as a Military Body and as a Lobby, from the second half of the 18th century till the abolition of the janissaries (1826)") was the 71st from among 97 successful proposals in the thematic action "Humanities, Education Sciences, Cultural Sciences and Arts" with final point 9.19.

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