Department of Mediterranean and Global Economic and Social History
Andreas Lyberatos is Assistant Professor of Modern Balkan History at Panteion University. He has studied philosophy and history at the Universities of Athens, Manchester and Crete (PhD, 2005) and has specialized in Modern Balkan History at the University of London (SSEES) and the Institute for Balkan Studies – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. During the academic year 2006-7 he held a post-doctoral research fellowship in the Program in Hellenic Studies at Princeton University (U.S.A.). He has worked for several years (2007-2014) as a researcher at the Institute for Mediterranean Studies/FORTH (Rethymno, Greece) and has participated in many Greek and international research projects. His research interests revolve around the economic, political and ideological transformations associated with the transition of the Balkan societies to modernity, urban history and the history of time & timekeeping
A. Lyberatos, “Confronting the Urban Crowd: Bulgarian Society and the 1906 anti-Greek Movement” in Idem. (ed.), Social Transformation & Mass Mobilization in the Balkan and Eastern Mediterranean Cities (1900-1923), Crete UP, 2013, 177-194.
Andreas Lyberatos (ed.), Social Transformation and Mass Mobilisation in the Balkan and Eastern Mediterranean Cıtıes 1900-1923, IMS Series in Social and Economic History- 1 , Irakleion: CUP, 2013.
A. Lyberatos (ed.), Social Transformation and Mass Mobilization in the Balkan and Eastern Mediterranean Cities (1900-1923), Crete University Press: IMS Series in Social and Economic History, 2013
A. Lyberatos, "The Application of the Tanzimat and its Political Effects: Glances from Plovdiv and its Rum millet" in I. Pǎrvev, Pl. Mitev, M. Baramova & V. Racheva (eds.), Power and Influence in Southeastern Europe 16th-19th centuries, Münster: Lit Verlag, 2013, 108-118.
Chr. Hadziiossif, “The State as Insurer of Last Resort” in A. Lyberatos (ed.), Social Transformation & Mass Mobilization in the Balkan and Eastern Mediterranean Cities (1900-1923), Crete UP, 2013,101-114.
A. Lyberatos, "Clocks, Watches and Time Perception in the Balkans. Studying a Case of Cultural Transfer", in H. Heppner & E. Posch (Eds.), Encounters in Europe's Southeast. The Habsburg Empire and the Orthodox World in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, D.Winkler Verlag, Bochum, 2012, 231-254.