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COURSES OFFERED TO OTHER DEPARTMENTS

COURSES IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART HISTORY

Courses noted with an asterisk (*) are offered specifically to the corresponding Dept.

 

For the Dept. Of Philology.

For the direction of Classical Philology

Core subject:

ΙΑ 01 (ΚΙΑ 01) Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology. A survey of the ancient Greek art from the early historic period to the end of the Hellenistic period. (B.C. 1050-50)*. (Winter Semester)

E. Peppa

Options

IΑ 02 (ΚIΑ 02) Prehistoric and Proto-historic Archaeology: Introduction to Archaeology. The civilizations of the Prehistoric Aegean. Stone and Bronze Ages. An overview. (Spring semester)

A. Grammenou, A. Hasiakou.

Option between Archaeology and Philosophy (Introduction) and Paedagogics (Introduction)

ΙΑ 14 (ΚΙΑ 14) Byzantine Archaeology. The architecture and monumental painting of the byzantine period (appr. 641-1453). (Spring Semester)

G. Pallis

Option between Archaeology and Byzantine History and Paedagogics.

 

For the direction of Byzantine and Medieval Philology:

Options

ΙΑ 01 (ΜΙΑ 01) Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology. A survey of the ancient Greek art from the early historic period to the end of the Hellenistic period. (B.C. 1050-50)* (Winter Semester)

E. Peppa

Option between Classical Archaeology and Roman History.

IΑ 02 (ΜIΑ 02) Prehistoric and Proto-Historic Archaeology: Introduction to Archaeology. The civilizations of the Prehistoric Aegean. Stone and Bronze Ages. An overview. (Spring semester)

A. Grammenou, A. Hasiakou.

Option between Archaeology and Philosophy (Introduction) and Paedagogics (Introduction)

ΙΑ 14 (ΜΙΑ 14) Byzantine Archaeology. The architecture and monumental painting of the byzantine period (appr. 641-1453). (Spring Semester)

G. Pallis

 

For the direction of Glossology:

Options

ΙΑ 01 (ΓΙΑ 01) Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology. A survey of the ancient Greek art from the early historic period to the end of the Hellenistic period. (B.C. 1050-50)*. (Winter Semester)

E. Peppa

Option between Archaeology, Hymnography and Roman History.


For the Dept. of Philosophy, Paedagogics and Psychology

Core subjects

For the direction of Philosophy

ΙΑ 15 Art History Α. Renaissance and Mannierism. Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. Main artistic centres and local schools. (Winter semester).

E. Mavromichali

The course is offered specifically to the students of the direction of Philosophy

ΙΑ 16 History of Art B. Baroque art and Rococo art. Painting, Sculpture, Architecture. Differentiations, local schools, the creators. (Spring Semester)

D. Pavolpoulos

The course is offered specifically to the students of the direction of Philosophy

Options (for all directions of the Dept. of Philosophy, Paedagogics and Psychology

ΙΑ 01.Α Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology. A survey of the ancient Greek art form the early historic peiod to the end of the Hellenistic period. (B.C. 1050-50)* (Winter Semester)

E. Peppa

ΙΑ 01.Β Interpetation to the History of Art. The theories which have been developed in connection with the interpretation of works of art, from antiquity to modern times, are taught. The course concentrates more on the period from the eleventh to the eighteenth century in the West. Also taught is an outline of the theory of 'creative imagination', involving both the artist and the addressee (beholder) of the work of art. In addition, slides from the whole range of art (ancient and modern) are projected, and the combined rules of the theories cited above are - in their interpretative approach - applied to these*. (Winter and Spring Semester)

Ath. Schina

ΙΑ 132 History of Modern Greek Sculpture, 19th-20th c. Essays are welcome. (Winter Semester)

D. Pavlopoulos

ΙΑ 131 History of Greek Printmaking, 19th-20th c. Essays are welcome. (Spring Semester)

D. Pavlopoulos

For the direction of Psychology

Options

ΙΑ 01.Α Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology. A survey of the ancient Greek art from the early historic period to the end of the Hellenistic period. (B.C. 1050-50)* Winter Semester

Ε. Peppa

ΙΑ 01.Β Interpetation to the History of Art. The theories which have been developed in connection with the interpretation of works of art, from antiquity to modern times, are taught. The course concentrates more on the period from the eleventh to the eighteenth century in the West. Also taught is an outline of the theory of 'creative imagination', involving both the artist and the addressee (beholder) of the work of art. In addition, slides from the whole range of art (ancient and modern) are projected, and the combined rules of the theories cited above are - in their interpretative approach - applied to these*. (Winter and Spring Semester)

Ath. Schina

ΙΑ 132 History of Modern Greek Sculpture, 19th-20th c. Essays are welcome. (Winter Semester)

D. Pavlopoulos

ΙΑ 131 History of Greek Printmaking, 19th-20th c. Essays are welcome. (Spring Semester)

D. Pavlopoulos


For the Depts. Of Theatrical Studies, Music Studies, Slavic Studies, German, English, French, Spanish, and Turkish Language and Philology

Options

ΙΑ 01.Α Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology. A survey of the ancient Greek art from the early historic peiod to the end of the Hellenistic period. (B.C. 1050-50* Winter Semester

E. Peppa

ΙΑ 01.Β Interpetation to the History of Art. The theories which have been developed in connection with the interpretation of works of art, from antiquity to modern times, are taught. The course concentrates more on the period from the eleventh to the eighteenth century in the West. Also taught is an outline of the theory of 'creative imagination', involving both the artist and the addressee (beholder) of the work of art. In addition, slides from the whole range of art (ancient and modern) are projected, and the combined rules of the theories cited above are - in their interpretative approach - applied to these*. (Winter and Spring Semester)

Ath. Schina

ΙΑ 132 History of Modern Greek Sculpture, 19th-20th c. Essays are welcome. (Winter Semester)

D. Pavlopoulos

ΙΑ 131 History of Greek Printmaking, 19th-20th c. Essays are welcome. (Spring Semester)

D. Pavlopoulos

 

 

 

HISTORY COURSES

Courses that are marked with an asterisk (*) are offered  by the staff at special hours (different from the teaching programme of the Faculty of History & Archaeology)

 

For the FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY  (between brackets the course code as offered by the Faculty of Philology):

 

Orientation: Classical Philology

Compulsory:

 

ΙΙ 10Φ (ΚΙΙ01) Αncient History Α:

From the formation of the city-state till the end of the Classical period*.  (winter semester)

Ν. Birgalias, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 11ΑΤ (ΚΙΙ02) Αncient History Β:

Hellenistic and Roman times (from Alexander to Diocletian). (winter semester)

S. Psoma, 3 hrs.

 

Optional (limited selection)

 

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ (ΚΙΙ03) Βyzantine History*. (spring semester)

I.Chrestou, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 20 (ΚΙΙ04) Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.* 

(winter semester)

S. Ploumidis, 3 hrs.

 

Orientation: Byzantine & Medieval Philology:

 

Compulsory:

 

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ (ΜΙΙ03) Βyzantine History*. (spring semester)

I.Chrestou, 3 hrs

 

Optional (limited selection):

 

ΙΙ 10Φ (ΜΙΙ01) Αncient History Α:

From the formation of the city-state to the end of the Classical period *. (winter semester)

Ν. Birgalias, 3 hrs 

ΙΙ 11ΑΤ (ΜΙΙ02) Αncient History Β:

Hellenistic and Roman times (from Alexander to Diocletian). (winter semester)

S. Psoma,  3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 20 (ΜΙΙ04) Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek History, 15th-20th c.*  (winter semester)

S. Ploumidis, 3 hrs.

 

Orientation: Linguistics:

 

Optional (limited selection)

 

ΙΙ 10Φ (ΓΙΙ01) Αncient History Α:

From the formation of the city-state till the end of the Classical period*.  (winter semester)

Ν. Birgalias, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 11ΑΤ (ΓΙΙ02) Αncient History Β:

Hellenistic and Roman times (from Alexander to Diocletian). (winter semester)

S. Psoma, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ (ΓΙΙ03) Βyzantine History * (spring semester)

I.Chrestou, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 20 (ΓΙΙ04) Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.* 

(winter semester)

S. Ploumidis, 3 hrs.

 

For the FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY - PEDAGOGY - PSYCHOLOGY

 

Compulsory

 

ΙΙ 10ΑΤ Αncient History*:

Ancient Greek History from the beginning until the Roman Imperial period (spring semester)

K. Buraselis,  3 hrs.

 

II 213 Βyzantine History *

(spring semester)

I.Chrestou, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΥ 20 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.* (spring semester)

 

ΜΕfthymiou, 3 hrs.

V. Seirinidou, 3 hrs

 

 

Optional (for all study orientations of the Faculty of Philosopy-Pedagogy-Psychology)

 

ΙΙ 30 Early Modern Greek History Β.

History of the Greek territories under Venetian rule (13th-18th c.). (spring semester)

Κ. Κonstantinidou, 3 hrs.

Α. Papadia-Lala, , 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 88 Contemporary Greek Political History (winter semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 84 History of the Post-WW2 World (spring semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

 

 For the Psychology Programme

 

Optional

 

ΙΙ 10ΑΤ Αncient History*:

Ancient Greek History from the beginnings to the Roman Imperial Period  (spring semester)

K. Buraselis, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ Βyzantine History* (spring semester )

I.Chrestou, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 30 Early Modern Greek History Β

History of the Greek territories under Venetian rule (13th-18th c.). (spring semester)

Κ. Κonstantinidou, 3 hrs.

Α. Papadia-Lala, 3 hrs.

 

 ΙΥ 20 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.* (spring semester)

ΜΕfthymiou, 3 hrs.

V. Seirinidou, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 88 Contemporary Greek Political History  (winter semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

 

ΙΙ 84 History of the Post-WW2 World (spring semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

 

For the FACULTY OF ENGLISH STUDIES

Optional 

 

ΕEI01 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.* (spring semester)

ΜΕfthymiou, 3 hrs.

V. Seirinidou, 3 hrs.

 

ΕΙ10 Modern European History* (winter semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

 

 

For the FACULTY OF FRENCH STUDIES

Optional

 

64679 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.* (spring semester)

ΜΕfthymiou, 3 hrs.

V. Seirinidou, 3 hrs.

 

For the FACULTY OF SPANISH STUDIES

Compulsory

72ΚΟΙ 009 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.* (spring semester)

M. Efthymiou, 3 hrs.

V. Seirinidou, 3 hrs.

 

 

  For the FACULTY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Compulsory

 

ΓΠ02 Contemporary European History  (winter/spring semesters)

(jointly with ΙΙ14, Modern European History, offered to the Department of Philosopy, Pedagogy, Psychology  and with ΙΙ84, History of the Post-WW2 World)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

 

Whenever a course is not offered in special hours, students from other departments are advised to declare their participation to the teachers at the beginning of the courses, independently from the dates for official selection declarations submitted to their corresponding departmental secretaries. In this case, maximum number of students is 150 per course (priority list).

 

 For the FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION AND MASS MEDIA STUDIES

83105 Modern European History (winter semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

 

83205 Contemporary Greek Political History  (spring semester)

K. Gardika, 3 hrs.

D. Lampropoulou, 3 hrs.

 

 

 

 

(Last update: 30/7/2013)