Institute for Mediterranean Studies

Konstantinos Lamprakis

PhD candidate
Department of Mediterranean and Global Economic and Social History

Konstantinos Lamprakis graduated from the Department of Sociology Panteion University (Athens) in 2012. He obtained MSc in modern and contemporary history from Political Science and History Dept. of Panteion University at 2015 (Master thesis: The "crucifix problem": interpretive approaches, strategies, and conflicts in the Greek Left of the 60s for the Centers' Union, supervisors: Michalis Liberatos- Procopis Papastratis). From 2015, he is a Ph.D. Candidate of the Political Science and History Dept. of Panteion University. His doctoral thesis is titled: “The events of Summer 1965: The claims and repertoires of collective action of the actors, the political powers and the centers of power of the post-civil war Greece” (supervisor: Professor Irene Lagani).

Konstantinos Lamprakis graduated from the Department of Sociology Panteion University (Athens) in 2012. He obtained MSc in modern and contemporary history from Political Science and History Dept. of Panteion University at 2015 (Master thesis: The "crucifix problem": interpretive approaches, strategies, and conflicts in the Greek Left of the 60s for the Centers' Union, supervisors: Michalis Liberatos- Procopis Papastratis). From 2015, he is a Ph.D. Candidate of the Political Science and History Dept. of Panteion University. His doctoral thesis is titled: “The events of Summer 1965: The claims and repertoires of collective action of the actors, the political powers and the centers of power of the post-civil war Greece” (supervisor: Professor Irene Lagani).