Research

One of the aims of the Research Centre for the Humanities is to promote the public discussion and further dissemination of research results. Within such a context, the Centre uploads on its website the extended summaries as well as the final reports of all the research projects it funds.

2020

Cultures and Cultural Production
Kolokytha Chara
Research Title
“′Le Génie du Nord′ and Cosmopolitanism: An alternative cultural history of Western Europe between the wars”
The Social World, Diversity, Institutions and Values
Kouroutzas Christos, Trubeta Sevasti, Paraskevopoulos Dimitris
Research Title
“Family Reunification Post-Mortem – Dead Border Crossers as ‘Biological Thanato-Citizens’”
The Social World, Diversity, Institutions and Values
Spourdalakis Michalis, Gousis Costas, Prepi Alkistis
Research Title
“The Condition of Unaccompanied Children in the Athens City Centre: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Institutional Framework”
Cultures and Cultural Production
Stergiou Gianna
Research Title
“Economic thought in Archaic Greece: the case of Pindar and Bacchylides”
The Study of the Human Past
Vassiliadou Dimitra
Research Title
“Ruptured Humans: Sexual Crimes in Interwar Greece”

2019

The Social World, Diversity, Institutions and Values
Balampanidis Dimitris, Pettas Dimitris, Papatzani Eva
Research Title
Socio-spatial effects of the Airbnb short term rentals in the city of Athens
The Study of the Human Past
Betas Thanasis
Research Title
“Filter-cigarettes… Business strategies, technological changes and organizational innovations in the Greek cigarette industry between 1945-1973”
Cultures and Cultural Production
Chatziprokopiou Marios, Tsibiridou Fotini
Research Title
“Performing Ashura in Piraeus: Towards a Shiite poetics of ‘cultural intimacy’ with Greek embodied practices of religiosity”
The Study of the Human Past
Ilicak Şükrü
Research Title
“An Examination of Muslim Albanian Politics during the Greek Revolution (1821-1826)”
The Study of the Human Past
Konaris Michael
Research Title
“Hellas through American eyes. Representations of Ancient Greece in 19th-century American Scholarship”