Papers to be presented-MDT

Provisional List of Papers Accepted and Registered to be Presented
(Listed by Presenter’s Surname) and Other Attendees

Note: This list includes only those who have registered for the conference (i.e. those who have paid the registration fee). It does not include those who have received an acceptance letter but who have not yet sent in their registration form. The list will be updated weekly. Date of this list: 23 March 2018

Papers to be presented:

  1. Jacob Abadi, Professor, The United States Air Force Academy, USA. Israel’s Relations with Saudi Arabia: The Impact of National Security Imperatives. (Monday)
  2. Joao Paulo Baia, Adjunct Professor, Polytechnic Institute of Setubal, Portugal. Mother’s Perception of the Adolescent’s Influence in the Purchase Decisions of Family Vacations. (MDTTOU)
  3. *Felio Jose Bauza Martorell, Professor, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain. Tourism, Technology and Citizens’ Legal Protection.
  4. Nissim Ben David, Professor, Max Stern Yezreel Valley College, Israel & Tur-Sinai Aviad, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Determining the Optimal Allocation of Time among Work, Sports, Internet Use, and Sleep.
  5. Azime Asli Bilgin, Assistant Professor, Cukurova University, Turkey. The Need for a Modernized EU-Turkey Customs Union: Problems and Solutions. (Tuesday)
  6. Ghaith Breiss, PhD Student, University of Cagliari, Italy. Drawing the Mediterranean Edge: Uncertain Maps of a Variable Space.
  7. Ana Castela, Adjunct Professor, Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco, Portugal. Impacts of Tourism in an Urban Community: The Case of Alfama.
  8. Jayoung Che, Deputy Director of Research, Korean Academy of Greek Studies, South Korea. Anarchism and Ancient Greek Civic Society. (MDTASIA) (Monday)
  9. Asli Emine Comu, Assistant Professor, Cukurova University, Turkey. The Exchange of Populations and the Transformation of Two Mediterranean Cities, Adana and Mersin. (MDTASIA)
  10. Peter Cowe, Narekatsi Professor of Armenian Studies, UCLA, USA. The Norms of Medieval Mediterranean State Formation and the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia.
  11. Bogdan Mihai Dascalu-Romitan, Associate Professor, Romanian Academy Timisoara Branch, Romania. The Image of Greece in the Romanian Literature.
  12. *Imad El-Anis, Senior Lecturer, Nottingham Trent University, UK. King Abdullah’s Balancing Act: Neo-liberalism Versus ‘The Politics of Tradition’ in Post-Arab Spring Jordan.
  13. Vitor Luis Gaspar Rodrigues, Senior Researcher, University of Lisbon, Portugal & Luis Frederico Dias Antunes, Senior Researcher, University of Lisbon, Portugal. Tangier and El-Jadida, Remnants of the Portuguese Military Organization in Morocco (1640-1661).
  14. *Ramazan Gozen, Professor, Marmara University, Turkey. Rise and Fall of Neo-Ottomanism and Its Consequences for World Politics.
  15. *Elina Gugliuzzo, Associate Professor, Università degli Studi Pegaso, Italy. Renegades in the Mediterranean World during Modern Age.
  16. Kyong-son Kang, Professor, Korea National Open University, South Korea. A Review on the Citizenship between Athens and the Roman Empire. (Monday)
  17. Bok Hee Kim, Professor, Andong National University, South Korea. The Ban on Tournaments and the Emergence of Joust. (MDTASIA) (Monday)
  18. Rafael Lamas, Professor, Fordham University, USA. Musical Hybridity at the Strait of Gibraltar: Reshaping Andalusian Identity in the 1980s and 1990s.
  19. *Luigi Mascilli Migliorini, Professor, Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, Italy. Mediterranean History as a Connected History: Chronologies and Spaces.
  20. Moshe Maoz, Professor Emeritus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Quo Vadis Syria. (morning session)
  21. Veronica Martins, Senior Researcher, CGSRS | Centre for Geopolitics & Security in Realism Studies, UK. Morocco’s Fight against Terrorism: Its «Religious Diplomacy» in France and Mali as an Instrument of Counter-Radicalisation?
  22. Nader Masarwah, Lecturer, Al-Qasemi Academic College of Education, Israel. The Jews’ Language during their Presence in the Arabian Peninsula. (MDTASIA)
  23. Jan Nathrath, PhD Student, Nottingham Trent University, UK. The Political Economy of Energy Security and Nuclear Proliferation in non-oil Rich States in the Middle-East and North Africa.
  24. *Steven Oberhelman, Professor, Texas A&M University, USA. ‘Denique Onirocrites, sic erit Hippocrates’: Dreams as a Diagnostic Tool in Early Modern European Medicine.
  25. Kathleen Ann O’Donnell, Independent Scholar, British School at Athens, Greece. Thomas Paschides: The Democratic Eastern Federation and the Poems of Ossian.
  26. *Tarik Oumazzane, Researcher & Lecturer, Nottingham Trent University, UK. Trade Liberalisation in the Middle East & North Africa: Promoting Peace and Stability.
  27. Muge Ozkan Ozbek, Assistant Professor, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey, Eser Yagci, Assistant Professor, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey, Gulsen Ozaydin, Professor, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey & Levent Ozaydin, Assistant Professor, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey. Ayvalık’s Memory Focus Points and their Socio-Spatial Processes.
  28. Margarita Sanchez-Mazas, Professor, University of Geneva, Switzerland. Addressing the Educational Transition from War and Survival to Peace and Schooling: A Study on the School Reception and Recognition of Asylum Seeking Children.
  29. *Ignacio Sanfeliu Arboix, Associate Professor, Escola Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona (ETSAB), Univertitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain & Estefania Martin Garcia, Associate Professor, Escola Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona (ETSAB), Univertitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain. Public Space in Barcelona: Various Examples.
  30. Rashd Swesi, Postgraduate Researcher, Nottingham Trent University, UK, Imad El-Anis, Senior Lecturer, Nottingham Trent University, UK & Mofakkarul Islam, Senior Lecturer, Nottingham Trent University, UK. Food Insecurity Coping Strategies in Areas of Protracted Conflicts: Findings and Lessons from Libya.
  31. Jose Varandas, Deputy Director, University of Lisbon, Portugal. The Mediterranean Entrance: A Military Issue. The Beginning of the Portuguese Conquest of North Africa (14th–15th Centuries).
  32. Denise Viale, Professor Emeritus, Université de Corse Pascal Paoli, CNRS, France, Laurent Koechlin, Professor, Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie (IRAP), Université de Toulouse, CNRS, France & Carli Viale, Marine Activities, Ecole Voile Performance, France. Tracking of a Fin-whale by Argos Satellite in the Western Mediterranean Sea; Reprocessing Old Data.
  33. Eser Yagci, Assistant Professor, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey, Muge Ozkan Ozbek, Assistant Professor, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey, Gulsen Ozaydin, Professor, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey & Levent Ozaydin, Assistant Professor, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey. Hyper-Connected Places: Examining the Spatiality of Cultural Transition in Eastern Mediterranean Harbour Cities via the Case of Ayvalık ‘Kydonie’.
  34. Selma Zecevic, Associate Professor, York University, Canada. Death in Raguza: Death, Sovereignty, and Belonging in the Early Modern Mediterranean.
  35. Gian Lorenzo Zichi, PhD Student, University of Cagliari, Italy. A European Fleet to Address the Migration Challenge in the Mediterranean? The EUNAVFOR MED/Sophia between Lights and Shadows. (Monday)