List of Papers to be Presented
1. Gregory T. Papanikos, President of ATINER.
Title: Whither Democracy in the Mediterranean Basin.
3. George Thoms Kapelos, Professor, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada.
Title: Architectural Modernism in the Mediterranean and Toronto’s 1958 City Hall and Square Competition.
5. Maribel Fierro, Professor, Institute of Languages and Cultures of the Mediterranean CSIC, Spain.
Title: The Sea in the Life Narratives of Scholars and Saints in the Islamic West (8th-15th Centuries).
7. María José Martínez, Professor, University of Basque Country, Spain.
Title: Status as a Foreigner: The Literature on Latin American Migrated Women in Europe. Mediterranean/Atlantic Studies.
9. António dos Santos Queirós, Professor, Lisbon University, Portugal.
Title: Ecological Civilization, The Fourth Stage of Human Civilization.
11. Jose Manuel Castillo Lopez, Professor, University of Granada, Spain.
Title: Myths, Fallacies, Paradoxes, Mistakes and Virtual Water in the Mediterranean.
13. Raphael Bar El, Professor, Sapir Academic College, Israel.
Title: Startups in a Peripheral Region: An Empirical Analysis of Relevant Ecosystem Factors in Israel.
15. Sonia Hewitt, Assistant Professor, Acadia University, Canada.
Title: Renovations and Restorations: Transformations in the in the House of Orpheus at Volubilis.
17. Antonia María Ruiz Jiménez, Associate Professor, Pablo de Olavide University, Spain.
Rafael Zambrana, Undergraduate Student, Pablo de Olavide University, Spain.
Title: New Gender Voting Gaps in Spain. Why do Women Vote for Extreme Right Parties?
19. Igor Eterović, Assistant Professor, University of Rijeka, Croatia.
Josip Guć, Research Assistant, University of Split, Croatia.
Title: Distribution and |Nature of Bioethical Research by Mediterranean Authors on the Example of the Croatian Bioethical Journals.
21. Gian Luigi Corinto, Associate Professor, University of Macerata, Italy.
Title: The Tourist Economy as Embedded in Social Networks in Tuscan Versilia.
23. Miriam Diez Bosch, Vice-Dean, Blanquerna Foundation, Spain.
Title: Religious Freedom and the Pandemic in the Mediterranean. The Case Study of Catalonia.
25. Diana Olah, Assistant Professor, University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Romania.
Title: Changes in Stress Levels Influence the Non-Specific Antimicrobial Protection in Angora Goats during Acclimatization.
27. Sarasvathie Reddy, Senior Lecturer, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Orhe Arek-Bawa, PhD Student, University of KwaZulu-Natal South Africa.
Title: Enhancing Employability of Pre-Service Teachers in the Digital Age.
29. Hava Bracha Korzakova, Lecturer, Bar Ilan University, Israel.
Title: Classical Reception in the Ukrainian Public Narrative during the Russian-Ukrainian War.
31. Isaac Degani, Lecturer, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
Title: Recent Revolutionary Developments In the Strategic Arena of Israel.
33. Fabrizio Conti, Lecturer, John Cabot University, Italy.
Title: Classics, Humanism, and Liberal Arts Education: From the Past to the Future.
35. Carlo Artemi, Independent Researcher, Italy.
Title: Ettore Majorana: a filo Nazi Scientist?
37. Marco Giampaoletti, Research Fellow, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.
Fabrizio Tucci, Full Professor, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.
Title: Reforestation of Urban Districts in Mediterranean Climate: New Decarbonization Models for Cities.
39. Silvia Romano, PhD Student, University of Catania, Italy.
Title: A Very Marriageable House: Self-Relocation and Patriarchy in Daphne Phelps’s Travel Narrative A House in Sicily.
2. Steven Oberhelman, Professor of Classics, Holder of the George Sumey Jr Endowed Professorship of Liberal Arts, and Interim Dean, Texas A&M University, USA.
Title: A Nineteenth Century Medical Recipes Book from Northwest Greece.
4. Vernon Provencal, Professor, Acadia University, Canada.
Title: Dionysian Aspects of Mediterranean Wine Culture in Hellenic Greece.
6. Gloria Marchetti, Professor, University of Milan, Italy.
Title: The Changes in the Approach to Environmental Protection by the European Union and its Member States and the Regulatory Innovations in Italy.
8. Ana Margarida Arruda, Professor, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
Title: Mediterranean and Atlantic: A Symbiotic Relationship. Data from Portugal.
10. Maria Fregidou-Malama, Professor, University of Gävle, Sweden.
Title: Construction of Networks in International Marketing of Healthcare Services: Elekta in South Africa.
12. Bok Hee Kim, Professor, Andong National University, South Korea.
Title: Origin of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and Introduction and Spread of Modern Mixed Martial Arts.
14. Mariele Merlati, Associate Professor, University of Milan, Italy.
Daniela Vignati, Assistant Professor, University of Milan, Italy.
Title: Risk and Opportunity. Italy in the Troubled Mediterranean during the 1970s.
16. Margarita Rudkovskaya, Associate Professor, Russian University of Economics, Russia.
Title: Russian Navy Emigrants in Mediterranean Region in the Interwar Period: Modality of Exile.
18. Nellie Munin, Associate Professor, Zefat Academic College, Israel.
Title: With a Little Help from my Friends: Trading Electricity for Water – Is it Inevitable.
20. Zeynep Ozde Atesok, Assistant Professor, Istanbul University, Turkey.
Title: Back to the Origins of European Union – Turkey Relations: A Comparative Analysis of the Ankara and Athens Agreements.
22. Francesco Allegri, Adjunct Professor, University of Siena, Italy.
Title: Neither Sanctity of Life nor Quality of Life: A Third Way in Bioethics.
24. Dafna Kaffeman, Senior Lecturer, Bezalel Academy for Art and Design, Israel.
Title: Tripod Academic Journal.
26. Emmanuel Nartey, Lecturer, Open University, UK.
Title: Neurological Aspect of Ethics and Integrity: A Fundamental Compound Element of Law and Tax Compliance.
28. Rafaella Pilo, Researcher, University of Cagliari, Italy.
Title: 1668: An Annus Horribilis for the Spanish Monarchy. The Lost European Hegemony, the International Situation, the Internal Crisis.
30. Fernando Orellana Torres, Lawyer, Universidad Católica Del Norte, Chile.
Miguel Lecaros Alvarez, Historian, Universidad Bernardo O’Higgins, Chile.
Title: The Vestiges of the Readers in the Books of Classical Philosophy and Law at the Recoleta Dominica Library in Santiago de Chile (s.XVIII).
32. Alexander Szívós, PhD Student, University of Pécs, Hungary.
Title: The Interaction between Sustainability and Finance.
34.Nermin ElKammar, Manager, Man Ahyaha Organization, Egypt.
Shereen Sayed, Educational Consultant, Worldreader, Egypt.
Title: Teacher Professional Development in Ayyat – Egypt The case-study of the “Book Club”.
36. Giulia Terranova, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Milan, Italy.
Title: The Responsibility of Non-Profit Organizations’ Directors: A Comparative Approach.
38. Georgi Stoyanov, PhD Student, University of Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Geodesy, Bulgaria.
Title: Development & Importance of Residential Architecture in Covidism: Exploring Human-Centred Design.