KOTEA MARIANTHI

 

Title/academic status: Dr., Associate Professor

Section: Neohellenic Society

Academic field: Modernization and Social History in Greece of nineteenth - century. The formation of cities.

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Phone: +302109201783

Address: 136 Syngrou Av., 17671 Kallithea - Greece

Research interests: a) Modern Social Theories of Urban Phenomenon, b) Economic and Social History of Greek Cities, c) Local Government and Urbanization 19th-20th century, Greece, d) Parliamentarism and Local Government 19th-20th century, Greece, e) The cities in postmodern Society.

Member in scientific associations: 1. European Association for Urban History - E.A.U.H., 2. Greek Economic History Association - E.E.O.I.

Courses: a) Undergraduate: [677] Historical and Comparative Methods in Sociology (winter semester), [017] Economy and Society in 19th century - Greece (spring semester), [148] The Modern European City (spring semester), [055] The Formation of the Greek Cities in 19th century (winter semester) b) Postgraduate: 1. Special Issues of European History, 2. Special Issues of Greek History.

 

Brief CV

Marianthi Kotea was born in Piraeus in 1964. She graduated from the Department of Political Science and International Studies of the Panteion High School of Political Sciences in 1987. As a scholar of the State Scholarship Foundation (IKY), she completed her doctoral dissertation entitled "The Industrial Zone of Piraeus, 1860-1900". In 1995 she obtained her PhD from the Department of Sociology of the Panteion University. Since 2003 she is a member of Teaching and Research Staff in the same department. She has a remarkable teaching - research presence and important administrative work.

In particular, her research project combines micro- and macro- level analysis as her interest moves between the theoretical and empirical approaches of the urban phenomenon and shifts from urban space to urban network. Her work is based both on primary sources, several of them which are either used or are being studied for the first time in the light of Urban History, as well as older and newer literature, which belongs to the field of administrative law, political science and history of local government but is approached from the perspective of Urban History.

Selected publications

Monographs

 

  • Municipal Reform and Political Modernization, 1912-1936, Dionikos, Athens, 2014. (in Greek)
  • Local Governance and Urbanization: the modernization of Municipal Administration in Greece of 19th century, Dionikos, Athens, 2007. (in Greek)
  • The industrial zone of Piraeus (1860-1900), doctoral thesis, Panteion University Publications, Athens, 1997. (in Greek)
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Articles and chapters in series, journals and volumes

 

  • “Piraeus: the gateway of Athens to the world” (joint article with Lydia Sapounaki-Dracaki), edited volume in honor of Professor Pavlos Loucakis, Gutenberg, Athens, 2011, p. 719-724.
  • “L’ enseignement de l’ Histoire urbaine en Grèce” (joint article with Lydia Sapounaki-Dracaki), Teaching Urban History in Europe/L’ Enseignement de l’ Histoire Urbaine en Europe, The Centre for Urban History, Leicester, 2006, p. 65-78.

Edited Books

European Urban Historiography: trends and perspectives (with Lydia Sapounaki-Dracaki), Dionikos, Athens, 2004.

Conference/meeting presentations

  • 2-3 November 2018, Athens, Title of Conference: Greece as place of population reception (1830-1989). Organizer: Research Center of Modern History – Research Unit on the History of migratory and refugee movement/Department of Political Science and History/Panteion University. Title of presentation: “The first settlers of modern Piraeus”. Session: Land and Housing.
  • 24-27 May 2017, Ioannina, 3rd International Conference in Economic and Social History-Labour History: production, markets, relations, policies (from the late Middle ages to the early 21st century). Organizer: Greek Economic History Association-Department of History and Archaeology University of Ioannina. Title of presentation: “The municipality of Piraeus as employer in 19th century” (joint paper with Lydia Sapounaki-Dracaki). Session: Labour in the public sector.
  • 20 March 2015, Piraeus, Title of Meeting: Archives and sources of economic and social history of Piraeus”. Organizer: Greek Economic History Association. Title of presentation: “Municipal taxes: a source for economic policy of Piraeus’ municipality and for local economy in 19th century”. Session: New researches for Piraeus.
  • 23-24 November 2012, Athens, Title of Meeting: The “Greek Manchester”: the historic industrial stock of Piraeus. Organizer: Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation. Title of presentation: “The industry in the city of Piraeus, 1860-1900”.
  • 29 August - 1 September 2012, Prague, Czech Republic, 11th International Conference on Urban History. Organizer: European Association for Urban History. Title of presentation: “The Athens Polytechnic Uprising: Myth and Reality”. Special session: Revolutionary place making: how specific urban places become symbols of contestation?

 

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