Human rights policies
Eastern Mediterranean: Contemporary Diplomacy and Politics
Andreas Bouroutis Brief CV
Dr. Andreas Bouroutis is a Historian/Political Scientist – Economist (Bachelor of Economics by the National University of Athens, MA in Political Analysis by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki).
His PhD thesis was published in 2018 under the title “The Bourgeoisie and the European Schools in Thessaloniki (1888- 1943): cultural and social breakthrough on a city of a late Empire”.
He has taught at the Hellenic Open University (Historical development of the modern Greek state), at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Modern Diplomacy and Politics in the Eastern Mediterranean) and at the University of Ioannina (Society and Economy in the Balkans).
He has been a recipient of several scholarships (twice a bursary of the Italian state in 2016 and 2019) and he has published articles in scientific journals and edited volumes in Greece and abroad. In 2020 he is the science project leader of the postdoctoral programme “Post-war transformation of Thessaloniki and the fate of the Jewish assets”.
His research interests includes multicultural societies (Mediterranean port cities) and transnational aspects, State transformation and imperialism with focus in nationalism and refugee and migration flows (Balkans – Europe), and Jewish communities in Greece and the Balkans.
• Bouroutis Andreas, “Holocaust in Thessaloniki: The Italians and the Jewish
Students of the Umberto I school”, Alexandria publications, Athens 2020
• Bouroutis Andreas, “The Bourgeoisie and the European School Institutions in Thessaloniki (1888- 1943), cultural and social breakthrough on a late Empire city”, Romi Press, Thessaloniki 2018
• Bouroutis Andreas, “From a thriving community to a minority. The Jewish community of Thessaloniki and the incorporation of the city to the Greek state”, in Colloquia Balkanica’ volume 7: The Balkan Jews and the Minority Issue in the South-Eastern Europe (spring 2020), Warsaw Poland
• Bouroutis Andreas, “Monks, laity and the prospect of self-sufficiency: The Souflar Metochi of Vatopedi Monastery” in Journal of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, volume 45, issue 2 (April 2021), Oxford, UK
• Bouroutis Andreas, “Schools, Clubs and Enterprises: Clusters of coexistence in Ottoman Salonica”, in Journal of Religion and Society (peer review) – sup. 19 (2019)
• Bouroutis Andreas, “The way to the Front – Stations and railway connections in Thessaloniki in World War I” in Revue d’histoire des chemins de fer (peer review), vol. 50-51, Paris 2018