Dimitris Angelis-Dimakis (1985). Graduate in History and Master in European History with overall grade excellent (University of Athens, 2009). Currently a Ph.D. candidate (on a four year scholarship) at the Department of Contemporary History of the Autonomous University of Madrid (supervisor Prof. Juan Pan-Montojo). The title of his PhD thesis is “Peasant mobilisation and agricultural associations in Spain and Greece during the first third of the 20th century”. His main research interests include agrarian history and the comparative view of the Mediterranean countries' agrarian structures during the first third of the 20th century. He has published several articles and has participated in international conferences on both the agricultural co-operatives and the agrarian economy in Greece and Spain. He has experience in archival research focusing on issues of land reform, operation of co-operatives within the context of rural economy, impact of the co-operative institution on the refugee settlement regions and comparative overview of the co-operative idea’s evolution in Spain and Greece. He speaks Greek, Spanish, English and French.
His four most recent publications are: