It’s been an amazing Olympia Summer Academy 2015!
Promising (under-) graduate students & practitioners from around the world and a faculty at the cutting edge of academic research gathered in Nafplio for ten days to discuss and exchange ideas on various aspects of politics and international affairs.
From 2002 until 2014, the Academy took place at the birthplace of the Olympic Games in Ancient Olympia in Western Peloponnese. In 2015, the Academy moved to Nafplio, the first capital of modern Greece, and a picturesque seaport town in Eastern Peloponnese where the medieval meets the modern.
This year’s programs were:
- CYCLE A: Conflict & Political Violence (July 13-23, 2015)
- CYCLE B: History & Philosophy of IR (July 13-18 2015)
- CYCLE C: Religion & International Politics (July 13-18, 2015)
- CYCLE D: Terrorism & Counterterrorism (July 18-23, 2015)
- CYCLE E: Political Risk Analysis (July 18-23, 2015)
- CYCLE F: Nationalism and Ethnic Politics (July 18-23, 2015)
For more information on the Olympia Summer Academy, please visit our site:
OSA 2015 in BLOD.gr (Bodossaki Lectures on Demand)
Breuilly John: Modernity and nationalism: Economy and Politics
Kitromilides Paschalis: The Enlightenment and the theoretical origins of nationalism
English Richard: Nationalism and conflict in Northern Ireland
Kalyvas Stathis: The logic of violence in Civil War
King Charles: Violence and the interpretive tradition
Dimitris Keridis: The case of Former Yugoslavia
Breuilly John: Nationalism, national self-determination and nation-state formation
Panel Discussion: Greece and Europe – Where next?