Georgios
Leveniotis
Assistant Professor
Byzantine History

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School of History and Archaeology

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Department of Philosophy
New Building
Office 408
School Website: https://people.auth.gr/leveniot/
Personal Website: https://auth.academia.edu/GeorgiosLeveniotis

2310997655

Short CV Presentation

Georgios A. Leveniotis (b. 1974, Heraklion Crete) is “Doctor of Philosophy” (B.A. History, M.A. & Ph.D. Byzantine History). He completed his Doctoral dissertation, dedicated to the study of the political collapse of Byzantium in the East during the 11th c. CE, at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2007). Since 2016 he serves as an Assistant Professor in Byzantine History at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (School of History and Archaeology – Faculty of Philosophy). He previously served as a Lecturer at the same Institution (2009-2016). He has also taught Byzantine History in graduates at Byzantine Research Center of Thessaloniki (2010-2014) and in post graduate students at the National Hellenic Research Center (Athens 2014, 2016, 2019).

G.L. has made in-person presentations at several national and international historical conferences (Thessaloniki, Sofia, Belgrade, Venice et al.). He was also a chairman of the “Thematic Session of Free Communications: Τhe Byzantine Sea” at the 23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies (Belgrade, 22-27 August 2016).

G.L. has published three major monographs (printed books): (1) Το στασιαστικό κίνημα του Νορμανδού Ουρσελίου στη Μικρά Ασία (1073-1076) / Τhe rebellious movement of Norman Roussel (Ursel de Bailleul) in Asia Minor, 1073-1076 AD (in Greek, Thessaloniki 2004). (2) Η πολιτική κατάρρευση του Βυζαντίου στην Ανατολή. Το ανατολικό σύνορο και η κεντρική Μικρά Ασία κατά το β´ ήμισυ του 11ου αι. (in Greek, 2 volumes, Thessaloniki 2007). (3) H Άβυδος του Ελλησπόντου και η περιοχή της / Abydos of Hellespont and Its region (in Greek with an English summary, Thessaloniki 2017). He has also compiled and posted in https://opencourses.auth.gr/courses/OCRS403/ a comprehensive online manual of Byzantine History, which covers the period between 324-1081 CE (in Greek, Thessaloniki 2015). Moreover, he has published several articles and entries, including: “Τhe Edict of Abydos. Comments and Remarks on the Chronology and Content” (Thessaloniki 2010-2011), “Οbsequentes – privatum obsequium – Obsequium – Obsequioν – Οpsicion – Οψίκιον. Τhe Evolution of a Technical Term and the Early Period of Opsikion” (Τhessaloniki 2011), “Giustiniani Longo, Giovanni-Guglielmo” (Turnhout 2013), “Himerios” (Turnhout 2013), “The Dating of the Slavic Settlements in the Balkans and the Byzantine Sovereignty in the Area during the 7th Century AD” (Nis 2013), “The Office of «Epeiktes» and Its Responsibilities in the Late Roman and Byzantine Times (3rd – 11th c. AD)” (Thessaloniki 2013), “«Such carnage in one place had not occurred before in Byzantium»: the battle of Hades (20 August 1057 CE) and its repercussions” (Abingdon, Oxon – New York 2020). Finally, he has translated in Greek the historical handbook of colleague professor Warren Treadgold, A Concise History of Byzantium, New York 2001 (Βυζάντιο. Eπίτομη Iστορία, Thyrathen editions, Thessaloniki 2007).

Short CV Presentation

Georgios A. Leveniotis (b. 1974, Heraklion Crete) is “Doctor of Philosophy” (B.A. History, M.A. & Ph.D. Byzantine History). He completed his Doctoral dissertation, dedicated to the study of the political collapse of Byzantium in the East during the 11th c. CE, at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2007). Since 2016 he serves as an Assistant Professor in Byzantine History at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (School of History and Archaeology – Faculty of Philosophy). He previously served as a Lecturer at the same Institution (2009-2016). He has also taught Byzantine History in graduates at Byzantine Research Center of Thessaloniki (2010-2014) and in post graduate students at the National Hellenic Research Center (Athens 2014, 2016, 2019).

G.L. has made in-person presentations at several national and international historical conferences (Thessaloniki, Sofia, Belgrade, Venice et al.). He was also a chairman of the “Thematic Session of Free Communications: Τhe Byzantine Sea” at the 23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies (Belgrade, 22-27 August 2016).

G.L. has published three major monographs (printed books): (1) Το στασιαστικό κίνημα του Νορμανδού Ουρσελίου στη Μικρά Ασία (1073-1076) / Τhe rebellious movement of Norman Roussel (Ursel de Bailleul) in Asia Minor, 1073-1076 AD (in Greek, Thessaloniki 2004). (2) Η πολιτική κατάρρευση του Βυζαντίου στην Ανατολή. Το ανατολικό σύνορο και η κεντρική Μικρά Ασία κατά το β´ ήμισυ του 11ου αι. (in Greek, 2 volumes, Thessaloniki 2007). (3) H Άβυδος του Ελλησπόντου και η περιοχή της / Abydos of Hellespont and Its region (in Greek with an English summary, Thessaloniki 2017). He has also compiled and posted in https://opencourses.auth.gr/courses/OCRS403/ a comprehensive online manual of Byzantine History, which covers the period between 324-1081 CE (in Greek, Thessaloniki 2015). Moreover, he has published several articles and entries, including: “Τhe Edict of Abydos. Comments and Remarks on the Chronology and Content” (Thessaloniki 2010-2011), “Οbsequentes – privatum obsequium – Obsequium – Obsequioν – Οpsicion – Οψίκιον. Τhe Evolution of a Technical Term and the Early Period of Opsikion” (Τhessaloniki 2011), “Giustiniani Longo, Giovanni-Guglielmo” (Turnhout 2013), “Himerios” (Turnhout 2013), “The Dating of the Slavic Settlements in the Balkans and the Byzantine Sovereignty in the Area during the 7th Century AD” (Nis 2013), “The Office of «Epeiktes» and Its Responsibilities in the Late Roman and Byzantine Times (3rd – 11th c. AD)” (Thessaloniki 2013), “«Such carnage in one place had not occurred before in Byzantium»: the battle of Hades (20 August 1057 CE) and its repercussions” (Abingdon, Oxon – New York 2020). Finally, he has translated in Greek the historical handbook of colleague professor Warren Treadgold, A Concise History of Byzantium, New York 2001 (Βυζάντιο. Eπίτομη Iστορία, Thyrathen editions, Thessaloniki 2007).

Contact

School of History and Archaeology

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Department of Philosophy
New Building
Office 408
School Website: https://people.auth.gr/leveniot/
Personal Website: https://auth.academia.edu/GeorgiosLeveniotis

2310997655

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