Conferences

 

Ever since it came into being, IMXA has organised and run local and international conferences and similar academic meetings on subjects relating to the history, archaeology, culture, and modern political, social, and economic problems of the wider region of south-eastern Europe and the Mediterranean. Since the 1960s, it has been holding regular symposia on ancient Macedonia (the first one in 1968), Greece's bilateral relations with the other Balkan nations (the first, Greek-Serbian, symposium was in 1976), and the folk culture of the region (the Panhellenic symposium on the folklore of northern Greece was held in 1975). However, IMXA's international scholarly meetings frequently transcend the narrow local confines of the Balkan Peninsula and concern European or even global issues (the first Greek-Soviet symposium was held in 1981).

 

2008

 8th Greek-German Symposium

“Southeastern Europe today: Problems and Perspectives. The Greek and the German View”.

PROGRAMME

Thessaloniki, 8 – 9 May 2008

 

Organization:
INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES, Thessaloniki

SÜDOSTEUROPA-GESELLSCHAFT, Munich

 

 

2007

 9th Greek-Bulgarian Conference

“Greece and Bulgaria before the European Challenge”

 

PROGRAMME

 

Thessaloniki, 19 - 20 April 2007

 

Organization:
INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES, Thessaloniki

BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, Sofia

 

Lecture Hall “Basil Laourdas”
INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES

 

 

2006

“The Greek Civil War. An Appraisal.

Political, Ideologal, Historiographic Extensions”

 

PROGRAMME

 

Thessaloniki, 12 - 14 May 2006

 

Organization:

ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND ARCHEOLOGY

 

INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES

 

ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI

Central Library Building

 

 

2003

 

“Greek – Serbian relations in the first half of the 2Oth Century”

 

PROGRAMME

 

Thessaloniki, 8 - 9 MAY 2003

  

Organization:

INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES, Thessaloniki
SERBIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND ARTS, Belgrade

  

Lecture Hall “Basil Laourdas”
INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES

 

“American Presence in Southeastern Europe in the post-cold war era”
 

PROGRAMME

 

Thessaloniki, 5 - 6 February 2003

 

Organization:

INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES,

GREEK-AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

under the auspices of the Ministry of Macedonia-Thrace

 

Auditorium of the Museum of Ancient Greek, Byzantine and Post Byzantine Musical Instruments

 

 

2002

VII. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ANCIENT MACEDONIA:
“Macedonia from the Iron Age to the Death of Philip II”

 

PROGRAMME


Thessaloniki, 14 - 18 October 2002
 

Organization:

INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES

 

Ceremony Hall of the Society for Macedonian Studies

 

International Conference:
“The Salonica Theatre of Operations and the outcome of the Great War”
 

PROGRAMME


Thessaloniki, 16 - 18 April 2002
 

Organization:

INSTITUTE FOR BALKAN STUDIES,
NATIONAL FOUNDATION “ELEFTHERIOS K. VENIZELOS”

 

 

 

 

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