This international scientific conference aspires to delve into Greece’s timeless connection with the Mediterranean—from Odysseus’ maritime adventures to contemporary commercial navigation.
Despite historical shifts, the Mediterranean has been a constant backdrop, witnessing pivotal moments in Greek history.
While Greece’s focus shifted to Western Europe after joining the European Economic Community in 1981, recent years prompt a reevaluation. Post-memoranda, Greece seeks to leverage its unique position in the Mediterranean.
This conference, timed with the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution, aims to rekindle public interest in the region.
It serves as a tribute to the 1821 uprising, fostering dialogue on “Greece in the Mediterranean” to reinvigorate awareness of this vital aspect of Greek identity.
Scholars, researchers, and professionals are invited to contribute to the international scientific conference by submitting an abstract of maximum 2 pages (including possible figures, tables, acknowledgements, and references) in Greek, English or French (as MS Word file).
Abstracts should be the summary of original research studies, review analyses, technical notes, project reports, brief reports, or communications covering a wide spectrum of topics enduring ties with the Mediterranean.
Contributions will be accepted after peer review based on their quality, originality, and relevance to the conference theme.
We look forward to receiving your paper and hope to see you actively taking part in the Conference.
The official language of the conference will be Greek, reflecting the official language of the host country. However, to accommodate a diverse audience, we welcome submissions and presentations in English and French. The conference will be supported by live professional simultaneous interpreting services to ensure effective communication across all three languages.