Dr. Ariadni Moutafidou is Adjunct Professor at the Hellenic Open University, Studies in European Civilization. She served as Stanley J. Seeger Visiting Research Fellow at Princeton University, Visiting Associate Professor at Haifa University, Lecturer at Vienna University, Research Associate at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and Adjunct Professor at the Open University of Cyprus.

Her main fields of interest include Greece, the Ottoman Empire, Europe and the Mediterranean in modern times. She specialized in international relations in crises situations, new and peripheral imperialism, and interethnic voluntarism. Her latest research and publications are focusing on the history of ideas, Greek merchant families East and West, and the global domination of modernity in Europe, the Americas and the Near East.

Her recent publications include “International Crisis and Empire: Muslim and Jewish Solidarity with the Ottoman Imperial Ideal in the Greek-Ottoman War of 1897” in Imagined Empires: Constructing Ethnic Nationalism in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, ed. Dimitris Stamatopoulos, 47-64. Budapest & New York: CEU, 2021 https://ceupress.com/book/imagined-empires; "Italian State Politics and the Disruptive Factor of Volunteer Groups” in Mediterranean Historical Review 33, no. 1 (2018): 27–44.

Ariadni Moutafidou, PhD Adjunct Professor, Studies in European Civilization, Hellenic Open University, Patras, Greece

Dr. Ariadni Moutafidou is Adjunct Professor at the Hellenic Open University, Studies in European Civilization. She served as Stanley J. Seeger Visiting Research Fellow at Princeton University, Visiting Associate Professor at Haifa University, Lecturer at Vienna University, Research Associate at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and Adjunct Professor at the Open University of Cyprus.

Her main fields of interest include Greece, the Ottoman Empire, Europe and the Mediterranean in modern times. She specialized in international relations in crises situations, new and peripheral imperialism, and interethnic voluntarism. Her latest research and publications are focusing on the history of ideas, Greek merchant families East and West, and the global domination of modernity in Europe, the Americas and the Near East.

Her recent publications include “International Crisis and Empire: Muslim and Jewish Solidarity with the Ottoman Imperial Ideal in the Greek-Ottoman War of 1897” in Imagined Empires: Constructing Ethnic Nationalism in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, ed. Dimitris Stamatopoulos, 47-64. Budapest & New York: CEU, 2021 https://ceupress.com/book/imagined-empires; "Italian State Politics and the Disruptive Factor of Volunteer Groups” in Mediterranean Historical Review 33, no. 1 (2018): 27–44.

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