Institute for Mediterranean Studies
The Publications of the School of Philosophy of the University of Crete has recently published a collective volume edited by Eliza Anna Delveroudi and our own Nikos Potamianos.

The Publications of the School of Philosophy of the University of Crete has recently published a collective volume edited by Eliza Anna Delveroudi and our own Nikos Potamianos.

The Publications of the School of Philosophy of the University of Crete has recently published a collective volume edited by Eliza Anna Delveroudi and our own Nikos Potamianos.

 

 

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Archeology at IMS

Detailed interview of the archaeologist Nikos Tsivikis, associate researcher of IMS/FORTH, for the Institute's program entitled «Amorio Urban Archeology» which includes excavations in the Byzantine city of Amoros in Asia Minor in collaboration with the Anadolu University in Eskişehir.

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Postdoc Researcher of GeoSat ReSeArch Lab of F.O.R.T.H. earned a Fellowship from the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation

Postdoc Researcher of GeoSat ReSeArch Lab of F.O.R.T.H. earned a Fellowship from the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation

Gianluca Cantoro, Postdoc Researcher of GeoSat ReSeArch Lab (Lab of Geophysical Satellite Remote Sensing and Archaeoenviroment) of F.O.R.T.H. earned a Fellowship from the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation for the project "CRETE-FROM-ABOVE, Fossil Built Landscapes on Cretan Mountains and Satellite Islands Investigated from the Sky".

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Research Grant from the Research Center for the Humanities

Research Grant from the Research Center for the Humanities

Gianluca Cantoro, Postdoc Researcher of GeoSat ReSeArch Lab (Lab of Geophysical Satellite Remote Sensing and Archaeoenviroment) of F.O.R.T.H., together with Cristina Tsigonaki (Assistant professor at the Univ. of Crete) and Stefania Michalopoulou (PhD candidate at the University of Athens), earned a research grant from the Research Center for the Humanities (John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation and Stavros Niarchos Foundation funding) for the project "HIGH-ABOVE-THE-MOUNTAINS, Fossil Built Landscapes on Mountainous Uplands from the Sky".

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Marie Curie Fellowship proposal

The Institute for Mediterranean Studies/FO.R.T.H. announces that the Marie Curie Fellowship proposal Mediterranean insularities and ‘miniature continents’: Space, landscape and agriculture in early modern Cyprus and Crete, submitted by Dr. Antonis Hadjikyriacou under the supervision of Assistant Professor Elias Kolovos (Department of History and Archaeology, University of Crete, collaborator of the IMS) has been favourably evaluated (95.7/100) by the Research Executive Agency of the European Commission with the assistance of independent experts. The negotiation process for the conclusion of a Grant Agreement has already begun.

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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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