Apostolopoulos K. Dimitrios


Dimitrios K. Apostolopoulos
Researcher

Biographical note

Dr. Dimitrios K. Apostolopoulos was born in Athens in 1978. He graduated in International and European Studies from the Political Sciences and Public Administration Department of the University of Athens Law School, as well as in German Studies from the Department of German Languageand Literature of the University of Athens. He holds a Ph.D. from the History Department of the Technische Universität Berlin in the field of Modern and Contemporary History (2004) and completed a Post-Doctoral research at the University of Athens (2008). During his studies, he was awarded scholarships by the Antonios Papadakis Foundation, the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD), the Alexandros S. Onassis Foundation, the Konrad-Adenauer Foundation and the Greek National Scholarship Foundation (IKY). Dimitrios K. Apostolopoulos has given a series of seminars at the Technische Universität Berlin and in the framework of the History Lectures of the Modern Greek Institute of the Freie Universität Berlin. Furthermore, he has taught Political History at the Hellenic Army Academy (Evelpidon) and a seminar in the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens, on the “Greek European Politics 1914-1981”. Moreover, he collaborated for the publication of a work on “The Protagonists of History” by the “DOMI” Publisher together with the German Publisher “Bertelsmann”. He has also worked as an Assistant at the National Defense Politics and International Relations General Directorate of the Greek Ministry of Defense. Since 2005, he teaches European History at the Hellenic Open University and belongs to the teaching staff of the National Center of Public Administration (EKDDA). Since 2008, Dr, Dimitrios K Apostolopoulos works as a Researcher at the Research Centre for the Study of Modern Greek History of the Academy Athens. He has participated in various scientific conferences and has published a book on “The Greek-German Postwar Relations” (Original Title: Die griechisch-deutschen Nachkriegsbeziehungen. Historische Hypothek und moralischer “Kredit” – die bilateralen politischen und ökonomischen Beziehungen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Zeitraums 1958-1967“, Peter Lang 2004, 364 p.), as well as a number of articles on modern and contemporary history in specific journals and collective works. Foreign languages: English, German, French and Spanish.

Since 2005, he teaches European History at the Hellenic Open University and belongs to the teaching staff of the National Center of Public Administration (EKDDA).

Publications

“The Greek-German Postwar Relations” (Original Title: Die griechisch-deutschen Nachkriegsbeziehungen. Historische Hypothek und moralischer “Kredit” – die bilateralen politischen und ökonomischen Beziehungen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Zeitraums 1958-1967“, Peter Lang 2004, 364 p.)

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