Yannitsiotis Yannis

Assistant Professor (tenured)

Academic field: Social History of Modern and Contemporary Greece, 19th-20th centuries

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Yannis Yannitsiotis was born in 1966. He studied History at the University of Athens and he pursued post-graduate studies (DEA) at the University of Pantheon-Sorbonne I in social and economic history of Europe (19th-20th centuries). He received his PhD form the University of Athens in 2001. His doctoral thesis is entitled: The social history of Piraeus. The making of the middle class, 1866-1909. His research interests concern the social and cultural history of urban space during the 19th and 20th, gender history, history of work and cultural memory of the 20th century.

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Undergraduate Courses

H-267 Modern European history (and of the 18th - beginning of the 20th century)
General Background

Graduate Courses

GCS-4 Historical approaches to gender: Manliness and Masculinity in Europe and USA, 19th century till the first half of 20th century
MA in Gender, Culture, and Society

Courses taught

H-227 European cities and governmentality in the 19th century (elective course)
W/S-035 Representations of Athens during the 20th century (elective seminar)
W/S-060 History of social movements (elective seminar)

Undergraduate

H-267 Modern European history (and of the 18th - beginning of the 20th century)
General Background

Postgraduate Courses

GCS-4 Historical approaches to gender: Manliness and Masculinity in Europe and USA, 19th century till the first half of 20th century
Yannitsiotis Yannis