Modern Greek Studies Association


Dr. Kostis Kornetis

Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow

Center for European and Mediterranean Studies
New York University

Degrees

Ph.D. 2006 European University Institute, Florence (History and Civilization)

M.A. 2000 School of Slavonic Studies, London (History)

B.A. 1999 King’s College London (War Studies & Modern Greek)

Vordiplom. 1996 Ludwig Maximilian’s University, Munich (History & Political Science)

Principal Publications

Books:

Children of the Dictatorship: Student Resistance, Cultural Politics and the "Long 1960s" in Greece, Berghahn Books, New York, 2013.

Consumption and Gender in Southern Europe since the Long 1960s, co-edited by Kostis Kornetis, Eirini Kotsovili and Nikolaos Papadogiannis. Bloomsbury 2016

Articles (selected):

“Las transciciones democráticas griega y española en retrospectiva” in Carmen Frías, José Luís Ledesma, Javier Rodrigo (eds), Reevaluaciones. Historias locales y miradas globales, Zaragoza 2011.

“No More Heroes? Rejection and Reverberation of the Past in the 2008 Events in Greece” in Journal of Modern Greek Studies 28:2 (2010): 173-197.

""Everything Links"? Temporality, Territoriality and Cultural Transfer in the '68 Protest Movements", in Historein 9 (2009): 34-45.

“History, memory and moral judgment in Maurice Amaraggi’s “Salonika. City of Silence””, in Eirini Stathi, Yannis Skopeteas (eds.), A Historical Documentary Reader, Athens: Aigokeros, 2009 (in Greek).

“1968 in Spain and Greece” in Martin Klimke, Joachim Scharloth (eds.), 1968 in Europe: A History of Protest and Activism, 1956-1977, London: Palgrave, 2008: 253-266.

“Una diaspora adriatica: La migrazione degli studenti universitari greci in Italia”, in Gerardo Minardi, Emilio Cocco (eds), Imaginare l’Adriatico, Μilan: Franco Angeli, 2007: 151-168.

“¿Un 68 periférico? Reflexiones sobre un análisis comparativo de la resistencia. estudiantil en los regimens autoritarios de la Grecia de los Coroneles y de la España tardofranquista”, in Studia Historica. Historia contemporanea 21 (2003): 83-112.

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Areas of Specialization

Comparative History
Social Movement History
Oral History and Memory
History and Film

 

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