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Liákos, Antónis


Λιάκος, Αντώνης



 

Antonis Liakos is a historian and professor at Athens University. He was born in Athens in 1947. He studied in Thessaloniki. He was imprisoned for four years during the dictatorship regime. He resumed his studies in Rome and obtained his PhD diploma at the University of Thessaloniki, where he held a teaching position until 1990. He has taught, but also been taught, in many Universities around the world. He participates in the editor's group of Historein journal and co-directs the history series of Nefeli Publishers. A founding member of the Contemporary Social History Archives. He keeps a regular column in the newspaper To Vima. He is currently investigating the conditions and ways in which history is structured as an intellectual and cultural venture.

 
Works found in the Biblionet database
(2005) How Did Those Who Wished to Change the World Theorize About Nation? , Polis Publishers
(1985) Italian Unification and the Great Idea, Themelio
 
Participation in collective Works
(2006) Pandelis Lazaridis: Negotiating the Ephemeral
(2004) Historiography of Modern and Contemporary Greece 1833-2002, National Hellenic Research Foundation. Institute for Neohellenic Research
(2001) Greece Books and Writers, National Book Centre of Greece
(1998) Six Texts on Racism, Paraskinio
 
Other
(1999) Ventoúra, Lína, Greek Emigrants to Belgium, Nefeli [series editor]
(1999) Skopetéa, Élli, Falmereyer, Themelio [series editor]
(1992) Skopetéa, Élli, Western Orient, Gnosis [series editor]

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