Nikos Papanastasiou is a Lecturer in Modern and Media History at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Department of Communication & Media Studies). He studied Greek and European history at the University of Athens (Department of History and Archaeology) and holds a doctorate from the University of Augsburg/Germany. 

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MSc in Media & Refugee / Migration Flows

Nikos Papanastasiou

Lecturer
COURSE:Refugee / Migration Flows - Old and New Media
Field of specialization, studies, work experience:

Nikos Papanastasiou is a Lecturer in Modern and Media History at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Department of Communication & Media Studies). He studied Greek and European history at the University of Athens (Department of History and Archaeology) and holds a doctorate from the University of Augsburg/Germany. 

Description of prior teaching/training activities:

Among the modules he has taught on both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, are:

  • Media History
  • International Crises and the Media
  • Propaganda in the 20th Century
  • Populism in European Politics

Additional information (such as publications, awards, link, etc):

He has published numerous articles on WWI, Greek-German Relations in the 20th century (German Occupation of Greece and Collaboration), as well on Postwar and Media History. He recently co-edited the volume (in Greek) “The ‘Long’ Greek-German 20th Century. The Dark Shadows in the Bilateral History” (Epikentro Publ. 2018)