Dr. Antonis Liakos



Profesor, Department de Historia y Arqueología, Universidad de Atenas.

Post Box 32
Athens, 19004
Tel. +30210 6630455
e-mail: aliakos@otenet.gr


Algunas publicaciones recientes

Liakos, A. (2007). How the Past turns to history. Athens: Polis.

Liakos, A. (2005). The Nation. How was envisaged by those who wanted to change the world?. Athens: Polis.

Liakos, A. (1995). L'Unificazione italiana e la Grande Idea (1859-1871). Firenze: Aletheia.



Liakos, A. (2008-09). "History Wars: Notes from the field", en Susanne Popp, ed. Yearbook of the International Society for the Didactics of History. Schwalbach: Wochenschau Verlag, pp. 57-74.

Liakos, A. (2008). "On negative consciousness", en Maria Stassinopoulou & Ioannis Zelepos, eds. Griechische Kultur in Sudosteuropa in der Neuzeit. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 221-228.

Liakos, A. (2008). "Hellenism and the Making of Modern Greece: Time, Language, Space", en Katerina Zacharia, ed. Hellenisms. Culture, Identity and ethnicity from Antiquity to Modernity. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 201-236.

Liakos, A. (2008). "Come il passato diventa storia? L'uso metaforico della psicanalisi". Contemporanea, Rivista di storia dell'800 e del '900, no. 11,2, pp. 260-270.

Liakos, A. (2007). "The Implied Canon of European History: Framework of Comparative Activities". Ponencia para la Conferencia "Comparative History in/on Europe. The state of the art". Budapest, Central European University, November 9-11.

Liakos, A. (2007). "Utopian and Historical Thinking: Interplays and Transferences". Historein, no. 7, pp. 20-57.

Liakos, A. (2004). "Modern Greek Historiography (1974-2000). The Era of Tradition from Dictatorship to Democracy", en Ulf Brunbauer, ed. (Re)Writing History. Historiography in Southeast Europe after Socialism. Münster: LIT Verlag, pp. 351-378.

Liakos, A. (2001). "History Writing as the Return of the Repressed". Historein, no. 3, pp. 47-58.

Liakos, A. (2000). "The transformation of historical writing. From syntagmatic to paradigmatic syntax". Historein, no. 2, pp. 47-54.