General

PROGRAMMES

Documentation and Study of the Greek Press 

Directors: Yanis Yanoulopoulos, Emeritus Professor
Dr Gioula Koutsopanagou 

The aim of the Unit  is to document the multi-faceted history of the Greek Press from the late 18th century to the present day and to correlate it with other national histories of the Press, as found in the relevant literature.

Within this context, the Unit has undertaken the task to create a database of the Greek Press both in Greece and abroad, including newspapers and magazines, a “Register of Hellenic Journalists at home and abroad”, and archives of relevant bibliography, of personal interviews, and of personal archives and newspapers in digital form.

In addition the Unit seeks:

  • To organise research groups for the purpose of in-depth thematic analysis based on an interdisciplinary approach.
  • To collaborate with professional press organisations and related academic and research institutions in Greece and abroad.
  • To organise scholarly discussions.
  • To publish research findings. In collaboration with Papazisis Publishers, the Unit has inaugurated a series under the general title of “History of the Greek Press: Documents, Testimonies and Studies”. As part of this series, we published (2006) a book in Greek by Babis Marketos – owner-publisher-editor of the National Herald (Ethnikos Keryx) – entitled (Oi Ellenoamerikanoi) “Greek-Americans: History of Greek Expats in America”.

 

RESEARCHERS

  • Koutsopanagou Gioula, PhD, adjunct faculty member, Hellenic Open University
  • Louvi Lina, associate  professor, Department of Political Science & History, Panteion University
  • Papadimitriou Despina, associate professor, Department of Political Science & History, Panteion University 

 

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS

  • Fragkiadakis Panagiotis, PhD student, Department of Journalism and Mass Media, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  • Hatzopoulos Nikos, PhD student, Department of Political Science & History, Panteion University
  • Kovaiou Eirini, postgraduate student, Academic Collaboration Postgraduate  Programme
  • Parthemos Maria, PhD student, Department of Political Science & History, Panteion University
  • Valavanidou Smaro, PhD student, Department of Turkish Studies and Modern Asian Studies,  University of Athens
  • Vlazakis Andreas, PhD student, Department of Political Science & History, Panteion University

RESEARCH UNITS

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