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Dr. Dimitris Kousouris

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Dimitris Kousouris

Dr. Dimitris Kousouris has studied History and Archaeology at the University of Athens (2000) and pursued his graduate studies in the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris, France), where he received a Master's degree (DEA, 2003), and a PhD in History and Civilizations.

He has conducted research as a doctoral Research Fellow in the  “European Legal Cultures” project (2004–2007) and as a Post-doctoral Fellow in Princeton University (2010–2011) and at The Franke Institute for Humanities, University of Chicago (2011–2012).

He taught Modern History at the University of Crete (2009–2010 and 2012–2013), and at the University of Chicago (2011–2012). Between 2012 and 2013 he was a visiting lecturer at the EHESS in Paris.

Research concentrations

20th century European History, Justice in Regime Transitions, War and Politics, Collective Memory, Historiography

Function within the Center

Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study Konstanz (October 2013–September 2014)

Rresearch project “Between Interstate and Civil War: Postwar Legal Purges in Historical Perspective. 1870–2000”
Abstract

Selected publications

Une épuration ordinaire (1944-1949), Histoire des procès des collaborateurs en Grèce, Arkhê, Paris (forthcoming, 2014).

“From Revolution To Restoration: The Greek Postwar Purges, 1944-1949”, in L. Israël, G. Mouralis (eds), Dealing with wars and dictatorships, Legal concepts and categories in action, T.M.C. Asser Press, Hague, 2013.

“Kollaboration mit Nazi-Deutschland und Geschichtsschreibung“ , in Chr. Kambas & Mar. Mitsou, Die Okkupation Griechenlands 1941-1944. Deutsch-griechisches Gedächtnis. Köln, Böhlau, 2014.

“Η ποινική δίωξη των δοσιλόγων της Κατοχής” in Chr. Hadjiiossif (ed.), Ιστορία της Ελλάδας του 20ου αιώνα (History of Greece in the 20th century), Athens, Vivliorama, 2009, vol. D1, p. 105-129.