Institute for Mediterranean Studies

5th Thematic Seminar 2021-2022

PhD Candidates' Seminars 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.

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Inter-university Research Webinar on Maritime History [M. Antypas and J. Dyble]

Inter-university Research Webinar on Maritime History [M. Antypas and J. Dyble]

Inter-university Research Webinars on Maritime History 2022

Co-organized by the Centre of Maritime History, Institute for Mediterranean Studies-FORTH and the Centre for Maritime Historical Studies, University of Exeter.
The purpose of the fortnight seminar is to scholarly dialogue of PhD candidates, post-docs and researchers in Maritime themes in humanities and social sciences.

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Online Lecture on «The Friend, the Eccentric, and the Jerk: How much did the Personalities of Philosophers Shape the Fate of Alexandrian and Athenian Teaching?» by Edward J. Watts

Online Lecture on «The Friend, the Eccentric, and the Jerk: How much did the Personalities of Philosophers Shape the Fate of Alexandrian and Athenian Teaching?» by Edward J. Watts

Within the framework of the Research Project “Between Athens & Alexandria. Platonism, 3rd-7th c. CE” (2022-2024) supported by the A. S. Onassis Foundation, the IMS-FORTH, in collaboration with the Bibliotheca Alexandrina’s Center for Hellenistic Studies (ACHS), organises a monthly online lecture series on late antique Neoplatonism (3rd-7th c. CE).

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Inter-university Research Webinar on Maritime History [K. Vasilaki and L. Wade]

Inter-university Research Webinar on Maritime History [K. Vasilaki and L. Wade]

Inter-university Research Webinars on Maritime History 2022

Co-organized by the Centre of Maritime History, Institute for Mediterranean Studies-FORTH and the Centre for Maritime Historical Studies, University of Exeter.
The purpose of the fortnight seminar is to scholarly dialogue of PhD candidates, post-docs and researchers in Maritime themes in humanities and social sciences.

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