Fotakis Achilleas

Διδάσκων σύμφωνα με την πράξη “Απόκτηση Ακαδημαϊκής Διδακτικής Εμπειρίας σε Νέους Επιστήμονες Κατόχους Διδακτορικού”

Achilleas Fotakis studied law at the Law School of Thessaloniki (A.U.TH.) and took his masters in Human Rights at Birkbeck Law School (University of London). In 2016 he graduated from the Pedagogical Department of the School of Pedagogical and Technological Education, and finished his PhD in the History and Archeology Department (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), where from 2020 he started postdoctoral research. From 2021 he started his second postdoctoral research in the Social Anthropology and History Department in the University of the Aegean and from the Spring semester of 2022 he teaches the courses «History Teaching» (H-287) and «Special Issues in History Teaching and Ideology» (W/S-086) in the same department. His research interests include history of policing, history of sexual(ized) crimes, Jewish and Armenian history, anti-Semitism, historiography and theory of history.


Town’s Police: the first steps. The Greek policing model and the British Mission, 1918-1932, Themelio (forthcoming 2022)


“The Blue Cadillac, the Goose and the Chickpea: the complicated relationship between Law and Crime in the History of the Police”, Article for the volume of the Mechanisms of Control and Discipline in the 19th and the 20th century – Seminars of Ermoupoli 2019 conference records, National Hellenic Research Foundation Publications, ed. by D. Dimitropoulos and V. Karamanolakis, (forthcoming 2022)

Petropoulos, For the Jews of Salonica, Kapon Editions, 2022


Adam J. Goldwyn (ed.) Rae Dalven: The Life of a Greek-Jewish Immigrant, Isnafi, 2022

Postdoctoral Research
Legal significations of sexual violence in Greece from the perspective of social history, 1900-1970, starting date: 07.04.2021 (funded by the Hellenic Foundation of Research and Innovation). Supervisor: Pothiti Hantzaroula


Undergraduate Courses

H-287 History Education
special background, specialised general knowledge
W/S-086 Special Issues in History Education and Ideology
specialised general knowledge

Graduate Courses

Courses taught


W/S-086 Special Issues in History Education and Ideology
specialised general knowledge

Postgraduate Courses

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