Recent Publications
UNESCO Courier, Issue March 2022 - Translation: From one world to the other
Posted: 10-04-2022 01:52 | Views: 1074
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What does it really mean to translate? Translation is often the essential prerequisite for accessing a universal, multiple, diverse culture. In our latest issue, we explore what this really entails.
New international journal: Rhetoric & Science
Posted: 09-12-2021 09:29 | Updated: 09-12-2021 13:04 | Views: 2477
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We present the new international journal Rhetoric & Science, which belongs to the field of Classical Philology, Rhetoric and Science. The international conference entitled ‘Mapping the Rhetoric of Science Writing in Antiquity and Beyond’, organized in March 2019 by the Ancient World Study Laboratory of the Department of History of the Ionian University, was its starting point.
Bibliophilos - Books and Learning in the Byzantine World
Posted: 10-05-2021 11:50 | Views: 3241
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The present volume is a Festschrift in honour of the distinguished Byzantinist Costas N. Constantinides. The title of the volume reflects Professor Constantinides’ major contribution to the fields of Greek palaeography, editions of Byzantine texts, Byzantine history, scholarship and education, and Cypriot manuscripts and culture. | Editors: Charalambos Dendrinos, University of London, UK; Ilias Giarenis, Ionian University, Corfu, Greece.
New publication: Latin in Byzantium III: Post-Byzantine Latinitas
Posted: 12-03-2021 13:30 | Views: 4045
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The volume was edited by the Professor of the Department of History of I.U. Vaios Vaiopoulos, and includes an article by himself and Prof.Em. Theodosiou Pylarinos, as well as articles by Prof. Nikolaos Karapidakis and Assoc. Prof. Elias Giarenis.
New Publication: Konstantinos D. Politis, Ancient Landscapes of Zoara I, Routledge, London
Posted: 19-01-2021 14:24 | Views: 2738
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The book by Dr Konstantinos D. Politis, a Postdoctoral scholar at the Ionian University, presents the archaeological work of two decades, under his direction with the participation of Dr Georgios Papaioannou, Associate Professor in the Department of Archives, Library Science and Museology of the Ionian University, at biblical Zoara located at modern Ghor as-Safi in Jordan, the lowest place on the earth's surface.
Assistant Professor Angeliki Malakasioti publishes book "The Poetics of Melancholic Space"
Posted: 04-08-2020 11:52 | Views: 2780
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Assistant Professor Angeliki Malakasioti of the Department of Audio and Visual Arts Angeliki Malakasioti, publishes book-essay "The Poetics of Melancholic Space", by Mov Skiouros Publications. Athens, 2020 Pages 1-104  ISBN: 978–618–5476–01–4 Synopsis: Though soul-driven, the melancholic condition contains an inherent relationship with space. The aspects, structures, (...)
Language and Law - The role of Language and Translation in EU Competition Law  
Posted: 13-11-2018 11:14 | Views: 2729
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The result of the collaboration between the universities: Università degli Studi dell' Insubria, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Ionian University, University of Rijeka-Jean Monnet Inter- University Center of Excellence Opatija and Universidad de Burgos
ebook conference proceedings Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science 2017
Posted: 18-09-2018 11:39 | Views: 4460
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The ebook with the proceedings of the interdisciplinary conference Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science 2017 was published by the Ionian University - Department of Audio & Visual Arts in September 2018. This digital publication includes 38 contributions, in Greek and English, of writers from 14 different countries, accepted by the scientific and artistic committee.  ΤΤΤ2017 Proceedings
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