Eighth PhD Candidates' Seminar 2021-2022

The purpose of the seminars is the scientific discussion and exchange of views and arguments between professors, researchers and PhD candidates in Modern and Contemporary History of the Department of History and Archeology of UoC, IMS / FORTH and other collaborating universities and research institutes. The speakers present their research course and the main questions and topics of their dissertations and studies in the wider field of Modern History. The monthly meetings are open to all: teachers, postdoctoral and doctoral researchers and graduate students, not exclusively in Greek language, based on a program that is announced and posted in a timely manner. The meetings usually take place on Monday at the specified dates and times (16.00-18.00 Athenslive and by teleconferencing via a link to the zoom platform, which will be sent in time. In the meantime, thematic seminars will be held on the days and hours mentioned.


Monday 23 May 2022:
Alexis Nikos
Επαγγέλματα και κράτος μπροστά στην ''τεχνολογική'' ανεργία: Η ελληνική κοινωνία αντιμέτωπη με το ζήτημα των μηχανών 1900-1940 (Professions and the state in the face of "technological" unemployment: Greek society faced with the issue of machines 1900-1940), University of Crete
Megapanos NikosΤο ναυτικό του Μεσολογγίου τον 18ο αιώνα. Ένας στόλος στα σύνορα (The navy of Messolonghi in the 18th century. A fleet at the border), University of Crete

You can register in advance to our seminar meeting using the following link.

* Access to the IMS-FORTH premises for the workshop will be restricted, according to anti-COVID 19 regulations, to persons with certificate of complete vaccination or certificate of overcome COVID-19 disease. The use of masks and antiseptic is compulsory. (max. capacity 20 persons).