Dimitris Sotiropoulos will present his new book Facts and Contradictions of the Greek State in the 20th Century (1910-2001) at 22 Massalias street, Athens on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, at 20:00.
In his new work, Sotiropoulos investigates interpretations of pivotal questions of modern Greek history, covering the period from 1909, the year of the Goudi coup d’état and the chain reactions it set off in politics and society, to 2001, when Greece abandons its national currency and adopts the euro.
Evangelos Venizelos, Former Deputy Prime Minister-Professor of Constitutional Law (AUTH)
Konstantina E. Botsiou, Associate Professor-Director of the Center for Greek and International History (University of Peloponnese)
Panagis Panagiotopoulos, Assistant Professor of Sociology (UOA)
Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos, Associate Professor of Modern Political History (University of Peloponnese)
Giannis Palaiologos, journalist (I Kathimerini)
The event is organized by Hellenic American College/Hellenic American University and Hestia Publications.
Venue: Theater, Massalias 22, Athens
Admission is free of charge.
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