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Dimitris Michalopoulos

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Dimitris Michalopoulos was born in Athens, in 1952. After graduating from the Italian School of Athens (1970) and from the History and Archaeological Department of the University of Athens (1974), he obtained his Ph.D. in 1978, in Paris, at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales. From 1982 to 1994 he taught Diplomatic History and Balkan Issues at the Law School of the University of Salonika (first as a lecturer and afterwards as an assistant professor); during the years 1989 – 1997 he taught Naval and European History at the Naval War College of Greece; and during the years 1990-2000 he was the director of the Museum of the City of Athens. Now he is the academic adviser to the “Eleutherios Venizelos” Institute for Historical Studies. His publications include: Vie politique en Grèce pendant les années 1862 – 1869 (Athens University Press, 1981); Greece and Albania, 1923 – 1928 (Salonika : Paratiritis, 1986[in Greek]); Greece and Turkey, 1950 – 1959. The lost rapprochement (Athens: Roes, 1989 [in Greek]); Greek Vessels of the Middle Ages (Athens: Europe, 1994 [in both English and Greek]); Perpetual Athens (Athens: Europe, 1996 [in both English and Greek]); The Greek National Divide (Athens : Trochalia, 1997 [in Greek]) and other publications.

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