dimanche 18 août 2013

Colloque sur les usages publics de l'histoire en Grèce du 30 août au 1er Septembre 2013

Le CVUH tient à relayer en France l'annonce de la tenue de cet important colloque sur les usages publics de l'histoire en Grèce qui se tiendra prochainement, du vendredi 30 août au dimanche 1er septembre. Le programme détaillé des tables rondes, contributions et thématiques abordées est reproduit ci-dessous.



Municipality of Volos, Conference Hall 
August 30th – September 1st 2013 

Friday August 30th 

11:30 Opening – Welcome

Opening Lecture : 

12:00 - 12:30

Serge Noiret (European University Institute, IFPH), From Local to Global: The History and Internationalisation of Public History 

12.30-14.00 Session Ι: Internet and Public History 

Chairman: Andreas Andreou (University of Western Macedonia)

  • Maria Bontila (PhD in History), Internet adventures of Public History: A case study 
  • Dimitris Bilalis (University of Thessaly), The nation, the parasite and the virus. Aspects of historical culture in the Greek web 
  • Xenia Eleftheriou (PhD candidate, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), Public History as a conflictual issue: The Holocaust of Greek Jews in the Internet

Lunch Break 


16:30 - 17.00

Simon Prince (Canterbury University), «No Lack of Ghosts»: The Failure to Address the Past in Northern Ireland 

17.00 - 18:30

Session IΙ: Historiography and Public History 

Chairman: Polymeris Voglis (University of Thessaly)

  • Stratos Dordanas (University of Macedonia), Goldhagen, the “New Wave” and the “Dialogues about History”: Aspects and terms of Public History in Germany and in Greece 
  • Elli Lemonidou (University of Patras), Public History: The international experience and the Greek paradigm 
  • Tasoula Vervenioti (PhD in History), Groups of oral history. Between public and academic history


Keynote Lecture

Dirk Moses (European University Institute), How and Why the Use and Abuse of History is Inescapable, Inevitable and Invaluable for Public Life 


Session ΙΙΙ: Testimonies, Oral History and Public History 

Chairwoman: Afroditi Athanasopoulou (University of Cyprus)

  • Ifigeneia Vamvakidou (University of Western Macedonia) – Andromachi Solaki (historian) – Athanasios Tsiglopoulos (pre-school teacher), Oral history and memories in the Lofoi of Florina 
  • Vassilis Dalkavoukis (Democritus University of Thrace) – Katerina Tsekou (PhD in History), Building Public History in the space. The case of the monuments of Komotini 
  • Andreas Andreou (University of Western Macedonia) – Kostas Kasvikis (University of Western Macedonia), Thessaloniki - Bitola: Public versions of Macedonian history in two statues of King Philip II

Saturday August 31st

9:00 - 11:00 Session IV: Literature and Public History I

Chairman: Nikos Marantzidis (University of Macedonia)

  • Giorgos Kokkinos (University of the Aegean) – Panagiotis Kimourtzis (University of the Aegean) – Maria Matousi (PhD candidate, University of the Aegean), History and literature: Caresses, slaps and the Slap-tree by Aris Maragkopoulos  
  • Nikos Kokkomelis (PhD candidate, Université Paris Sorbonne - Paris IV), From witnesses to “heirs”: A new kind of narrative? The current Holocaust literature between history and fiction 
  • Anastasia Mitsopoulou (PhD in History), First World War: The memory in Greek literature 
  • Lena Divani (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), When literature opens space for the history of the minorities: The Silver-grass is Blossoming by V. Gkourogiannis and the Calumny of Blood by V. Boutos

11:30 - 14:00  Session V: Literature and Public History ΙΙ

Chairwoman: Lena Divani (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)

  • Afroditi Athanasopoulou (University of Cyprus), Cyprus between “mother Greece” and “stepmother England”: Writers’ attestations 
  • Alexandros Bazoukis (Cyprus Pedagogical Institute), The contribution of Greek writers and intellectuals in the dialogue about the history and “fates” of Hellenism in the post-war period 
  • Iakovos Anyfantakis (PhD candidate, Panteion University), From the “politics of violence” to the “political violence”: Representations of fratricidal violence in the post-war literary production 
  • Elena Davlamanou (teacher, NGO Citizens in Knowledge), Approaching the historical novel for children 

Lunch Break 

16.30 - 18:30 Session VΙ: Memory and Public History 

Chairman: Panagiotis Kimourtzis (University of the Aegean)

  • Anna-Maria Droumpouki (PhD Candidate, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), Greeks as the “new Jews”: The update version of Occupation in crisis-struck Greece 
  • Elena Striftompola (historian), Lessons of Public History by the Greek Parliament: The case of the law 1285/1982, “On the recognition of the National Resistance of the Greek population against the occupation troops, 1941-1944” 
  • Giorgos Antoniou (International Hellenic University) – Eleni Paschaloudi (PhD in Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies), Damnatio Memoriae: The 1940s during the 1980s 
  • Gavrilis Lampatos (PhD Candidate, University of the Aegean), Early forms of public history in the 1960s


16.30 - 18.30 Session VIΙ: Press and Public History

Chairman: Spyros Kakouriotis (journalist)

  • Ilias G. Skoulidas (Technological Institute of Epirus), Continuities and discontinuities of the narratives about a “neighbor”: The Greek press and the Albanians in the post-Cold War period 
  • Georgia Sarikoudi (PhD candidate, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), The personal narrations of Greek fugitives in Czechoslovakia in the pages of Agonistis 
  • Konstantinos Katsanos (PhD in History), The public negotiation of the Macedonian issue in the years between the end of the Civil War and the Military Junta 

19:00 - 21:30 Session VIIΙ: Cinema, Theatre and Public History 

Chairman: Nikos Demertzis (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)

  • Giorgos Andritsos (PhD in History), Persecutions of Greek Jews in the Greek fiction films from 1945 to 1981 
  • Thanassis Vasileiou (PhD in Studies on Cinematography), Days of ’36 [1972] by Theo Angelopoulos: History as a cinematographic form 
  • Stavroula Mavrogeni (University of Western Macedonia), Filmic production about the Greek Civil War in Yugoslavia/FYROM 
  • Giorgos Mouratidis (anthropologist), The Right, the Left and Mr. Pantelis: The events of December 1944 on the scene of popular theatre 
  • Christos Dermentzopoulos (University of Ioannina), Popular culture, public dialogue and national identity, on the occasion of the projection of the film Parthenon by Costa Gavras in the New Acropolis Museum 


19:00 - 21:00 Session IΧ: Education and Public History Ι 

Chairman: Dimitris Bilalis (University of Thessaly)

  • Despina Karakatsani (University of Peloponnese), Pavlina Nikolopoulou (PhD Candidate, University of Peloponnese), Photo images, memory and history. Depictions and readings in the history of education 
  • Vassiliki Sakka (PhD in Education of Adults), “Approaching the past critically”: in search for visual, media and historical literacy. Production of a historical documentary from students. Public History and school 
  • Kostas Kasvikis (University of Western Macedonia), The “other” past: Public uses of archaeology in official and unofficial education Georgia Kipouropoulou (PhD Candidate, University of Western Macedonia), A comparative examination of two history textbooks

Sunday September 1st 

9:30-11:00 Session Χ: Education and Public History ΙΙ 

Chairman: Giorgos Antoniou (International Hellenic University)

  • Haris Athanasiadis (University of Ioannina), “National-populists” against “national-nihilists”: The public debate about the history textbook for the sixth class of elementary school In modern and recent times (2006-07) 
  • Vaggelis Tsianakas (PhD in Pedagogics), Turkish Rule and Hellenism in Greek and Turkish history textbooks: The two sides of the same coin 
  •  Zeta Papandreou (PhD in History Didactics), The massacre of Distomo: Η σφαγή του Διστόμου: Research approach of a traumatic and disputed historical event 

11:30- 13:00 Roundtable Discussion 

Giorgos Kokkinos, Nikos Marantzidis, Andreas Andreou, Nikos Demertzis, Lena Divani, Dimitris Bilalis, Elli Lemonidou

Scientific and organizing committee 

Andreas Andreou (University of Western Macedonia), Giorgos Antoniou (International Hellenic University), Nikos Demertzis (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), Spyros Kakouriotis (journalist), Giorgos Kokkinos (University of the Aegean), Elli Lemonidou (University of Patras), Nikos Marantzidis (University of Macedonia), Zeta Papandreou (PhD in History Didactics), Eleni Paschaloudi (PhD in Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies)

Organization: Network for the Study of Civil Wars - University of Macedonia – NGO Citizens for Knowledge - International Federation for Public History

 Printing is sponsored by Epikentro Publishers.

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