Research webinar

Iosif Kovras, ‘Who’s sorry now? Explaining (Non) Apologies in Post-Crisis Europe’

Iosif Kovras (University of Cyprus), ‘Who’s sorry now? Explaining (Non) Apologies in Post-Crisis Europe’ Abstract In the aftermath of the recent financial meltdown, politicians and bankers apologized for their role in the crisis in some European countries but not others. While in Ireland former prime ministers, senior ministers, state officials and bankers offered their apologies […]

Susannah Verney , ‘Greek Euroscepticism after a Decade of Crises: Researching Public Opinion through Eurobarometer Surveys’

Susannah Verney (University of Athens) , ‘Greek Euroscepticism after a Decade of Crises: Researching Public Opinion through Eurobarometer Surveys' Abstract The Eurobarometer surveys published biannually by the European Commission offer time data series tracking public opinion towards the European integration project over time. This paper focuses on mass attitudes in Greece during the period 2010-2020, […]

Antonis Ellinas , ‘Antifascism in Greece: Actors, resources, and tactics’

Dr Antonis Ellinas (University of Cyprus), ‘Antifascism in Greece: Actors, resources, and tactics’ Discussant: Vasiliki Georgiadou (Panteion University) Research webinar series on Modern Greek Studies organised by the British School at Athens and the Greek Politics Specialist Group Organisers: Eirini Karamouzi (University of Sheffield) and Lamprini Rori (University of Exeter) - Hosted by the British […]

Foteini Kalantzi , ‘A ‘bare life’ in the borderlines of the Mediterranean’

Dr Foteini Kalantzi (SEESOX, University of Oxford), ‘A ‘bare life’ in the borderlines of the Mediterranean’ Discussant: Dimitris Skleparis (Newcastle University) Research webinar series on Modern Greek Studies organised by the British School at Athens and the Greek Politics Specialist Group Organisers: Eirini Karamouzi (University of Sheffield) and Lamprini Rori (University of Exeter) Hosted by […]

(Postponed) Iosif Kovras, ‘Who’s sorry now? Explaining (Non) Apologies in Post-Crisis Europe’

UNFORTUNATELY THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED; WE HOPE TO RESCHEDULE AT A FUTURE DATE Iosif Kovras (University of Cyprus), ‘Who’s sorry now? Explaining (Non) Apologies in Post-Crisis Europe’ Discussant: Stathis Kalyvas (University of Oxford) Research webinar series on Modern Greek Studies organised by the British School at Athens and the Greek Politics Specialist Group Organisers: […]

Dimitris Sotiropoulos, ‘Populism, party politics, and the economic crisis: contrasting the case of Greece with the case of Portugal’

Dimitris Sotiropoulos (University of Athens), ‘Populism, party politics, and the economic crisis: contrasting the case of Greece with the case of Portugal’ Discussant: Lamprini Rori (University of Exeter) Research webinar series on Modern Greek Studies organised by the British School at Athens and the Greek Politics Specialist Group Organisers: Eirini Karamouzi (University of Sheffield) and […]