Letsiou Styliani
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    Letsiou Styliani

    Teaching Fellow - Academic Teaching Experience for new Scientists/ PhD Holders
    Department of Balkan, Slavic & Oriental Studies


    Curriculum Vitae

    Teaching


    • ETHNOGRAPHIES OF THE POST-SOCIALISTIC WORLD
      (ΒΣ0320)

    Τύπος
    ΥΠΟΧΡΕΩΤΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΛΟΓΗΣ

    Κωδικός Τμήματος
    ΒΣΑΣ

    Τμήμα
    DEPARTMENT OF BALKAN, SLAVIC AND ORIENTAL STUDIES

    Περιγραφή

    This course is designed to introduce students to the many different aspects of the concept of 'transition' in Eastern and South Eastern European societies. This course identifies, describes and discusses the diversity of post-socialist world cultures, with particular emphasis on the emergence of different ethnic ethnographic traditions beginning in the 20th century.

    • REFUGEES, IMMIGRANTS, HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMANITARIAN CRISIS: GLOBAL AND LOCAL PRACTICES
      (ΒΣ0833)

    Τύπος
    ΕΠΙΛΟΓΗΣ

    Κωδικός Τμήματος
    ΒΣΑΣ

    Τμήμα
    DEPARTMENT OF BALKAN, SLAVIC AND ORIENTAL STUDIES

    Περιγραφή

    This course is designed to introduce students to the theory and practice of global policy on migrant and refugee populations’ movements. After the successful completion of the course, students will become able to critically engage in the main theories, structures and processes of the most important international issues, such as refugee and migratory issues, human rights protection, humanitarian intervention, security, asylum policies, the role of the United Nations, and other international organizations and transnational actors, respectively. In particular, will be explored the root causes and consequences of voluntary and/ or involuntary movements during the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries on issues related to the global political, economic, institutional, legal, regulatory, social and cultural environment. In addition, special emphasis will be given to the changes in the international refugee status since the end of the First World War and its recognition as a problem of international interest, the end of the Cold War till the present time.