Loukianos
Chasiotis
Associate Professor

Contact

School of History and Archaeology

New Building, 4th floor, 401.

tel: 2310997449, email: loukhass@hist.auth.gr

Student hours: Tuesday 10.00-11.00, Friday 11.00-13.30

2310997449

Short CV Presentation

Loukianos Hassiotis is Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary History at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He is the author of various articles (in Greek, English, and Spanish) and of five books (in Greek), i.e., The “Eastern Confederation”: Two Greek Federalist Organizations at the End of the 19th Century, Thessaloniki 2001, Greek-Serbian Relations, 1913-1918. Priorities and Political Competition between Allies, Thessaloniki 2004 (translated in Serbian, 2017), Children of the Civil War. From Franco’s Auxilio Social to the “Queen’s Fund”, Athens 2013, Geia sas Egglezakia! British Soldiers in Greece, 1941-45, Athens 2019, and How we lost the war. Anarchist narratives about the Spanish civil war and revolution, Thessaloniki 2023. His research topics include ideological currents in Europe (19th-20th c.), total wars and their consequences, Greek-British and Greek-Spanish relations, children’s participation in the Spanish and the Greek Civil War, Western European perceptions of Greece and the Balkans.

Short CV Presentation

Loukianos Hassiotis is Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary History at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He is the author of various articles (in Greek, English, and Spanish) and of five books (in Greek), i.e., The “Eastern Confederation”: Two Greek Federalist Organizations at the End of the 19th Century, Thessaloniki 2001, Greek-Serbian Relations, 1913-1918. Priorities and Political Competition between Allies, Thessaloniki 2004 (translated in Serbian, 2017), Children of the Civil War. From Franco’s Auxilio Social to the “Queen’s Fund”, Athens 2013, Geia sas Egglezakia! British Soldiers in Greece, 1941-45, Athens 2019, and How we lost the war. Anarchist narratives about the Spanish civil war and revolution, Thessaloniki 2023. His research topics include ideological currents in Europe (19th-20th c.), total wars and their consequences, Greek-British and Greek-Spanish relations, children’s participation in the Spanish and the Greek Civil War, Western European perceptions of Greece and the Balkans.

Contact

School of History and Archaeology

New Building, 4th floor, 401.

tel: 2310997449, email: loukhass@hist.auth.gr

Student hours: Tuesday 10.00-11.00, Friday 11.00-13.30

2310997449

Publications

Professional Experience

Courses

2024 - 2024

HMO 651 Modern European and World History (Undergraduate)

2023 - 2024

HMG 901 Seminar on History I (Undergraduate)

2024 - 2024

HMO 501 European and World History: Diplomacy, Society, Economy, Ideology (Undergraduate)

2023 - 2021

HMO 253 History of Imperialism and Colonialism (Undergraduate)

2023 - 2024

HMC 704 Revolutions in the Modern and Contemporary Era (Postgraduate)

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