Program HUM

8th Annual International Conference on Humanities & Arts in a Global World
4-7 January 2021, Athens, Greece
Program (Athens Local Time)
(Note: each presentation includes at least 10 minutes for questions and discussions if available)


Monday 4 January 2021

10.30-11.30
Registration


11.30-12.00
Opening and Welcoming Remarks:

  • Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER

12.00-12.30
Michael Michael
, Professor, Yonsei University, South Korea.
Title: No One Errs Knowingly: An Anti-Intellectualist Account of “Socratic Intellectualism”.


12:30-13:00
Sreekanth Yagnamurthy, Professor & Principal, Regional Institute of Education, NCERT, India.
Title: English as a Medium of Instruction at School Level in India: Opportunities and Dilemmas.


13:00-13:30
Francesco Del Sole, Assistant Professor, University of Salento, Italy.
Title: Building on the Border. Architecture as a Meeting Place.


13:30-14:15
Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER.
Title: Collective Decision Making in Homer’s Odyssey. (Full Paper)


14:15-15:00 Lunch


15:00-15:30
Zoe Zaneteas
, Provenance Researcher, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA.
Title: “Grasp Where you May, Nothing you Touch Is Solid.”Eros, Tragedy, and Metaphysics in Gustav Klimt’s Vienna.


15:30-16:00
David Philip Wick
, Director, Arts, Humanities and Education Division, ATINER & Retired Professor of History, Gordon College, USA.
Title: Scholar, Smuggler, Mercenary, Thief – A Brief introduction to the Strange History of the Library of Pergamon, and the Stranger Men Who Buiilt and Broke It.


16:00-16:30
Pavlo Bosyy
, Associate Professor, Ryerson University, Canada.
Title: Faust, Theatre and Politics 


16:30-17:00
Steven Oberhelman, Professor of Classics, Holder of the George Sumey Jr Endowed Professorship of Liberal Arts, and Associate Dean, Texas A&M University, USA, Vice President of International Programs, ATINER and Editor of the Athens Journal of History.
Title: Dogs in Early Greek Medicine and the Modern Debate over the Use of Animals in Research and in Traditional Medicine.  


17:00-17:30
Kristín Jónína Taylor, Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska, Omaha, USA.
Title: Icy Alternatives: Nordic Piano Literature  


20:30-22:30
Greek Night
(The event did not take place due to the limited number of attendance. Those who paid and were not able to attend will be offered a free voucher according to our policy: https://www.atiner.gr/coronavirus)


Tuesday 5 January 2021

08:00-11:00 Urban Walk
(The event did not take place due to the limited number of attendance. Those who paid and were not able to attend will be offered a free voucher according to our policy: https://www.atiner.gr/coronavirus)


11:00-11:30
Jayoung Che, Head, History Unit, ATINER & Visiting Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea.
Title: Collusion of Anti-government Party, Prosecutors, Court, & Media, Opposing to the Prosecution Reform initiated by the Current Korean Government


11:30-12:00
Shogo Hashimoto, PhD Student, University of Göttingen, Germany.
Title: Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Colour-Octahedron and Shūzō Kuki’s Rectangular Prism of Value.


12:00-12:30
Sandra Mora Lopez, PhD Student, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.
Title: Translation and Ectopic Literature: The Case of Ada or Ardor.


12:30-13:00
Radmila Janicic, Professor, University of Belgrade, Serbia.
Social Marketing in Raising Awareness about Arts Messages.


13:00-13:30
George Zouridakis, Research Fellow, ATINER.
The Case against Qualified Minority Thresholds in Derivative Actions and Functionally Equivalent Remedies.


13:30-14:00
Juergen Hagler, Professor, University of Applied Sciences, Austria.
Chained Animation: Collaborative Forms of Filmmaking in Education.


14:00-14:30
Alexander Makedon, Head, Education Unit, ATINER & Independent Scholar (Retired Full Professor, Chicago State University, USA).
Logical Foundations of Radical Perspectivism.



14:30-15:00
Nicholas Pappas, Vice President of Academic Membership, ATINER & Professor of History, Sam Houston University, USA.
European Officers and the Mainland Irregular Forces on the Ionian Islands, 1798-1814: A Comparison of Command and Tactics.


15:00-15:30 Lunch


20:00-21:30
Dinner
(The event did not take place due to the limited number of attendance. Those who paid and were not able to attend will be offered a free voucher according to our policy: https://www.atiner.gr/coronavirus)


Wednesday 6 January 2021
Educational Islands Cruise

(The event did not take place due to the limited number of attendance. Those who paid and were not able to attend will be offered a free voucher according to our policy: https://www.atiner.gr/coronavirus)


Thursday 7 January 2021
Delphi Tour

(The event did not take place due to the limited number of attendance. Those who paid and were not able to attend will be offered a free voucher according to our policy: https://www.atiner.gr/coronavirus)