Digital Culture and Ancient Philosophy: An approach for the management of memory - DCAP2019
- DIMITRIS PAPAGEORGIOU, Professor of Performative Theory and Cultural Representation, Vice – chancellor, University of the Aegean.
- NIKOS FOKAS, Professor of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest (ELTE), Doctor of Science, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS), Head of MTA-ELTE-Peripato Research Group.
- ANASTASIA CHOURMOUZIADI, Associate Professor of Museology, Cultural Technology & Communication Department, University of the Aegean.
- PANAGIOTIS NOUTSOS, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Education and Psychology, University of Ioannina.
- ATHANASSIOS SAKELLARIADIS, Associate Professor of Philosophy of Language, Head of the Philosophy Department, University of Ioannina.
- NIKOS TZ. SERGIS, Lecturer at the Postgraduate Programme: “Applied Mathematics”, Department of Civil Engineering, Democritus University of Thrace, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of the Aegean.
- ΝIKOS VLAHAKIS, PhD. Candidate, Faculty of Philosophy, “St. Kliment Ohridsky” University of Sofia, Head of Unit for Analysis and Studies of the International Mass Media in The Ministry of Digital Policy and Communication of the Greek Government.
Department of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean, University Hill, Mitilini, 81100, Lesvos, Greece.
Tel:++30-22510-36632 (office), ++30-6977787283 (mobile)
● University of the Aegean - Ph.D. in Social Anthropology 9/1987 -12/1995
● University of Athens, Greece, M. S. in Biology 9/1977 - 12/1982
● Performance Studies
● Cultural Theory and Digital Culture
● Hermeneutical approach of the concepts of identity, culture, community in specific historical, economic and social contexts
● Symbolic interaction and cultural practices defining identities, with emphasis on youth subcultures
● Systemic Theory and Communicative Systems
● Multimedia, IC Technologies and Representation of Cultural Content: Digital Platforms, Applications, Exhibitions and Installations
● Social Media
● President of the Board of Teriade Museum (2016-)
● Director of the MSc Program of the Dept. of Cultural Technology and Communication (2008-2012, 2014-2017)
● Elected President of the Dept. of Cultural Technology and Communication (2008-2011)
● Elected Vice-President of the Research Unit of the University of the Aegean (2008-2010)
● Elected rrepresentative of the Dept. of Cultural Technology and Communication in the Research Unit board of the University of the Aegean (2005-2010)
● Coordinator of the team which planned the educational program under the title “Digital Cultural Products Design” which defines a specific orientation in the MSc program “Cultural Informatics and Communication” of the Dept. of Cultural Technology and Communication (2004-)
● President of the Board of the Public Library of Mytilene (2003-2007)
● Director of the Lab of Sound, Image and Cultural Representation from (2000 -)
● Member of the scientific team, which, under S. Dascalopoulou, proposed the establishment of the Dept. of Cultural Technology and Communication (1999-2000)
● Coordinator and researcher of the Social and Cultural Communication and Documentation Lab, of the Dept. of Social Anthropology of the University of the Aegean, under the Director of the Lab S. Chtouris (1995-2000)
SELECTED DOCUMENTARY FILMS
● “Janus’ Legacy. Refugee Passage to Europe”, 2016, by Papageorgiou D., Spathis A. A film about the increased refugee flow in Greece in 2015, which won the first award in the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival (2017).
● Vernicos N., Dascalopoulos S., Bantimaroudis F., Bubaris N, Papageorgiou D. (ed.), Cultural Industries, Kritiki, Athens, 2005
● Papageorgiou D., Bubaris N., Myrivili L. (ed.), Cultural Representation, Kritiki, Athens, 2006
SELECTED CHARTER IN BOOKS
● Papageorgiou D., Chatzigeorgiou Tr., Mavrofides Th., “ ‘Liquid’ borders as practices: the case of the Greek island of Lesvos (19th-21st centuries)”, in Aligisakis M. and Dascalopoulos S. (ed.), Multiculturalismes and identites en Europe, Academia, 2012
● Chtouris S., Papageorgiou D., “Introduction: Theoretical and Methodological Issues in the Study of Musical Culture of Lemnos and Northern Aegean”, in Chtouris S., Papageorgiou D. (ed.), Musical Crossroads of the Aegean: Lemnos (19th-21th century), Ion, Athens, 2007, 2nd edition 2009
● Papageorgiou D., “Field Research on the Run: One More (
from) for the Road” (Subtitle: Noema and Understanding: Beyond the dialectic between “objective” knowledge and “subjective” experience in field research), στο McLean A. and Leibing A., The Shadow Side of Fieldwork: Theorizing the Blurred Borders between Ethnography and Life, Blackwell Publishing ltd, 2007
● Papageorgiou D., “Cultural Representation: Problems and Perspectives” in Papageorgiou D., Bubaris N., Myrivili L.(ed.), Cultural Representation, Kritiki, Athens, 2006
● Papageorgiou D., “Portrayals and Representations: performances of culture and cultural spectacles, in Vernicos N., Dascalopoulos S., Bantimaroudis F., Bubaris N, Papageorgiou D. (ed.), Cultural Industries, Kritiki, Athens, 2005
SELECTED JOURNAL ARTICLES
● Mavrofides Th., Papageorgiou D., Papadopoulos Th., «ICT and systemic time squeeze: the uncoordinated temporalities of globalization», Time & Society, SAGE, May, 2013
● Mavrofides Th., Papageorgiou D., «The Expansion of ICT: A New Framework of Inclusion and Exclusion from the Global Realm», International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 2013, 1071-1078
Mavrofides Th., Papageorgiou D., «The Expansion of ICT: A New Framework of Inclusion and Exclusion from the Global Realm», International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 2013, 1071-1078
● Mavrofides Th., Kameas Ach., Papageorgiou D., Los A., «On the Entropy of Social Systems: A Revision of the Concepts of Entropy and Energy in the Social Context», Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 28: 353–368. doi: 10.1002/sres.1084, 2011
● Zissi A., Rontos C., Papageorgiou, D., Pierrakou Ch., Chtouris S., «Greek employers’ attitudes toward hiring people with disabilities in the workforce: The effects of the type of disability», Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, 2007
● Papageorgiou D., Iosifidis Th., “Social Life Experiences of People with Mobility Problems: A Qualitative Study in Lesvos and Chios, Greece”, Perspectivas Sociales/Social Perspectives, Vol.7, No1, primavera/spring 2005
SELECTED PRESENTATIONS IN CONFERENCES
● Papageorgiou D., Sergis N., «Solidarity movements in Lesvos and the case of refugees: A philosophic view about the current social context», Proceedings of the Conference: Crisis and the Social Sciences: New Challenges and Perspectives, 2016 (http://icconss.soc.uoc.gr/images/ecp/ICCONSS_16_9_2.pdf).
● Koufopoulou S., Papageorgiou D., “Traces, Trademarks and Legacies among two ‘inimical’ localities on the Aegean coast: the question of ‘lost’ Cosmopolitanism in constructing local identities”, 110th Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Montreal, Canada, Nov 16-20, 2011
● Chatzigeorgiou Tr., Papageorgiou D., “Return at Fatherland. Processes of integration of Pontic women in Greek urban environment” Conference on Globalization of the Economy and Migrant Networks in the Mediterranean area.The role of Metropolitan areas, organized by Prefecture of Athens and University of the Aegean, 16-5-1998
NIKOS TZ. SERGIS
Nikos Tz. Sergis was born in Athens and studied Mathematics at the University of Athens. Subsequently, he got a Master’s Degree in Philosophy from the Department of Philosophical and Social Studies, University of Crete and his PhD in Philosophy from the Department of Philosophy, Education and Psychology, University of Ioannina. So far he has completed two post-doctoral research projects in Philosophy (one at the ELTE University of Budapest and another at the University of Ioannina), while his third post-doctoral research is underway at the University of the Aegean. He has taught Ancient Greek Philosophy, Modern Greek Philosophy, Philosophy of Civilization, Philosophy of History, Philosophy of Language and Philosophy of Mathematics at the University of Ioannina, at the Democritus University of Thrace, and at the Departments of Philosophy and Modern Greek Studies of the ELTE University of Budapest. His publications (two monographs and more than 30 articles) are relevant to the fields of Social and Political Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, the study of the philosophical method, etc.
Thanassis Sakellariadis is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Ioannina, Greece. His interests include topics in Epistemology, Philosophy of Language and Philosophy of Literature. He has written about Wittgenstein on forms of life, metaphor and consciousness.
Nikolaos Vlahakis was born in Agios Nikolaos, Crete in 1967. He studied Philosophy at the Sofia's University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Public Administration at the National School of Public Administration in Athens and he was post-graduated (M.A.) in International Relations and Strategy at the Centre Européen de Recherches Internationales et Stratégiques (CERIS) in Brussels. He served as Press and Communication Counsellor at the Greek Embassies in Tirana, Brussels, Sofia, Budapest and Berlin, as also in the permanent Representations of Greece to the EU and NATO. He is PhD candidate at Sofia's University writing his thesis on John Rawls's theory for the Law of the Peoples and J.Habermas concept for the constitutionalization of the international relations in the globalization era. He has published three poetry collections and for the time being he is working as Head of unit for Analysis and Studies of the International Mass Media into the Ministry for Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information of the Greek Government.
She studied in three different academic environments (Chemistry, Architecture, Archaeology) trying to jointly apply “positivist” methodology, creative design and theoretical enquiry on the field of cultural –specifically archaeological-heritage management, and museums. Her views and proposals have been tested in cultural management master plans, museum exhibitions –such as Thessaloniki Cinema Museum-, and archaeological sites rehabilitation –such as Dispilio lake-side settlement reconstruction-, while they are also presented in publications, and conferences. She is Ass. Professor of Museology at the Dpt of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean, and Director of the Museology Laboratory of the same university. Her main research interests are theory and methodology of museum practice, cultural heritage management, public archaeology, as well as the impact of digital technologies on the above.
Office Address: Faculty of Social Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest 1117. Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A., Hungary, Email: email@example.com
Current Position: 2013- Professor of Sociology, Head of MTA-ELTE-Peripato Research Group
1979 – Institute of Sociology, Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, Professor of Sociology
2014- visiting professor, University of Athens, Postgraduate program of Sociology and Political Sciences
2004 –2015 Director, Research Institute of Greeks in Hungary,
Dynamics of Public Discourse in Mass Media, Complex Social Networks, Comparison of Political and Social Development of Greece and Hungary,
Latest Research Experiences:
2013-2019 Crises end social innovations, MTA-ELTE Peripato Comparative Social Dynamics Research Group, Head of Research Program
Social Structures - Social processes, Social Dynamics, Social Theory, Diffusion of Innovation, Dissemination Processes in Media, Political History of Modern Greece,
Fellowships: 2018 University of Athens, Erasmus; 2016 University of Crete, Erasmus; 2015 Six months in Athens, Provider: Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, Host Institution: University of Athens