Αναστασιάδης Βασίλης

Anastasiadis Vasilis

Professor

Academic field: Ancient Greek History

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Vasilis I. Anastasiadis studied classical philology at the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki. He did his post-graduate studies in classical philology (1985) and completed his PhD thesis in ancient Greek history as a Post-Graduate Scholar of the same University (1989). Since 1991 he belongs to the academic staff of the University of the Aegean. His research interest focus on social and political history of the ancient world, history of ideas and Greek epigraphy.

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Undergraduate Courses

H-241 History of the Ancient World I
special background, specialised general knowledge

Graduate Courses

SHA-1 Social and Political History of the Ancient World. Politics and Society: Cohesion and Conflict in the Polis-State
MA in Social and Historical Anthropology

Courses taught

H-242 History of the Ancient world II (elective course)
H-243 Ethnographic digressions in Herodotus (elective course)
H-244 History of the Ancient world III: Thematic introduction to the history of Greek Antiquity (elective course)
PGT-001 Tutorial in Roman history (elective tutorial)

Undergraduate

H-241 History of the Ancient World I
special background, specialised general knowledge

Postgraduate Courses

SHA-1 Social and Political History of the Ancient World. Politics and Society: Cohesion and Conflict in the Polis-State
Anastasiadis Vasilis