The development of Commerce and Merchant Shipping in Hydra, from the 18th century to the begin of the Greek Revolution – the Kountouriotis Family as a typical exampleCONSTANTINA ADAMOPOULOU, Archivist, Historian, Head of the Historic Archives – Hydra Museum, of the State Archives General, Hellas
Kapodistrias as a key role Protagonist in the history of SwitzerlandLORENZO AMBERG, Ambassador of Switzerland in Greece, Switzerland.
The vision of Francisco de Miranda: National or Latin American Awareness?ARTURO VARGAS, Associate Professor of Latin American Cultures, of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Hellas
Enlightenment and naming in the Hellenic worldSOTIRIA VASSILEIOU, Ph.D Candidate, School of History and Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Hellas.
The Hellenic Intellectuals, on the background of the great Movements for Education and Social LiberationPANOS ELIOPOULOS, Dr. of Philosophy of the National and Capodistrian University of Athens, Writer, Teacher at the University of Peloponnese , Vice President of the International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD), Hellas.
The Child as material for History during the Century of the great historical redeployments – a Social and Psychological approachMARIA THEODORATOU – BEKOU, PhD, D.E.S.S., Clinical Psychologist, Scientific Contributor of Patras Institute of Technology, Hellas.
Clergymen – Natural Scientists within the frame of the New Hellenic EnlightenmentATHANASSIOS KARATHANASIS, Professor of History, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Hellas.
Ancient Philosophers as Saints – the Hellenic Thought within the realm of OrthodoxyATHANASSIOS KARATHANASIS, Professor of History, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Hellas.
From Rigas Velestinlis to the Filiki Eteria (Society of Friends)GEORGIOS KARABELIAS, Author, Publisher, Hellas.
From the Hellenic Democracy to the Imaginary Element of the Democracy of RigasCONSTANTINOS KARNASSIOTIS, Geo - Mythology Researcher, Author, Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Academy of Institutions and Cultures, Hellas.
The Declaration of Independence and the Self – Institution of the revolutionary Greek Society – the first text of Constitution in History referring to the Abolition of SlaveryPIERRINA KORIATOPOULOU, Doctor of Legal Studies, Lawyer, Hellas.
The maturation of political Ideas in the Ionian, from the “Club des Jacobins” to the national Selfknowledge. The case of CorfuNIKOLAOS KOURKOUMELIS, Major General [Ret.] , PhD of Philosophy, Ioannina University, Professor of Centre d' Etude Diplomatiques, former Professor of the Army Military Academy (“Scholi Evelpidon”), Hellas.
The Romanians about RigasELENA LAZAR, Hellenist, Manager of the Publishing House OMONOIA, Bucharest, Romania.
Figures of Greek Scholars in Romania during the 19th centuryELENA LAZAR, Hellenist, Manager of the Publishing House OMONOIA, Bucharest, Romania.
The contribution of Astronomy in the development of Neo – Hellenic Enlightenment and the formation of the society of the new StateNIKOLAOS TH. MATSOPOULOS, Astronomer, National Observatory of Athens, Hellas.
The Neo - Hellenic Enlightenment and Alexander the GreatCHARALAMBOS MINAOGLOU, Historian, Hellas.
The Bloom and the Development of Education in the Balkans during the 18th and 19th centuriesIAKOVOS MICHAILIDIS, Assistant Professor of Late and Modern History, Faculty of Philosophy of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, History and Archaeology Department, Hellas.
The intellectual roots in the thought of the Governor Ioannis Kapodistrias and of the General Francisco de MirandaTHEMISTOKLIS MOURTZANOS, Reverent, Dr. of Theology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Philologist, Vicar General of the Holy Metropolis of Corfu, Hellas.
The contribution of the Bourgeoisie of the Hellenic Diaspora to the recovery of the historical Memory, the national Self-Knowledge, and for the Freedom of PressNATALIA BASSENKO, Professor of the Mariupol State University, Philologist, Ukraine.
The formation of the ideas of the Russian Decembrists, through the political consignment of Rigas and the Greek War of IndependenceOKSANA BASSENKO, Postgraduate Student of the Greek Philology Department, of the Mariupol State University, Ukraine.
The political importance and the significance of the formation from Kapodistrias of the Army Military Academy (“Scholi Evelpidon”) for the constitution of the Greek StateCHRISTOS BOLOSIS, Major – General [Ret.], Professor at the Army Military Academy (“Scholi Evelpidon”), Secretary General of the National Defence Staff Officers Union, Hellas.
Julius Schmidt and the Greek LightPANAGIOTIS PAPASPIROU, Doctoral Candidate of the Section of Astrophysics, Astronomy and Mechanics, of the Physics Department, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Hellas.
The contribution of the Physical Sciences to the European Enlightenment – from the Ancient Greek roots to the heroic age of the 19th century, and their cotemporary ideological and social ramificationsSPYROS PAVLIDIS, Professor of Geology, Dean of the Natural Sciences School of the Aristotle University, Hellas.
The implementation of the International Law of War, from the Fighters of PalingenesiaSTYLIANOS POLITIS, Vice Admiral [Ret.], Ph.D on International Law, Hellas.
The European Policy for the Greeks and the Romanians in the period of 1821LEONIDAS RADOS, Researcher at the History Institute “A.D. Xenopol”, of the Academy of Romania, Romania.
The Eastern Mediterranean as a factor of the cotemporary geopolitical and geostrategic balances – from Kapodistrias to the cotemporary epochJOHN SAKKAS, Associate Professor of the Department of Mediterranean Studies, of the University of the Aegean, Rhodes, Hellas.
The defence of Lefkada in 1807, as a general prelude of the great Struggle for Palingenesia – the role of Ioannis KapodistriasGEORGIOS SKLAVOUNOS, Sociologist, Economist, President of the Unesco Center, Ionian Islands, Hellas.
The ethical and social dimension of the Greek Nation during the Ottoman Period, through the legends and the folk music – the connection with the Ancient WorldDIMITRIS STATHAKOPOULOS, Doctor of Sociology of the History and Culture of the Ottoman Period, of Panteion University, Musicologist, Author, Hellas.
The Cretan Revolt during the period 1866 – 1869, through the journalism of New York TimesSTAVROS STAVRIDIS, Historian, Author, Doctoral Candidate of the University of Notre Dame, Australia.
The Society of Friends (“Filliki Etaireia”), Alexandros Ipsilantis, and the “anarchistic Movements” for Freedom and Self – Determination – allies and pursuersALEXANDROS STEPHANIDIS, Researcher in History, Hellas.
Philhellenism and Knowledge of the Hellenic Culture in Latin America and the Far EastANASTASIOS TAMIS, Professor of Linguistics and Greek Diaspora History, Beaux Arts and Social Studies Professor, Notre Dame University, Australia.
The Ideas and the Work of Rigas in the Bulgarian intellectual life of the 19th centuryKYRIL TOPALOV, Professor of Saint Clement, Ohridski University of Sofia, President of the Academy of Balkan Civilization, former Ambassador of Bulgaria in Greece, Bulgaria.
The contribution of the Greek doctors to the formation of Public Health and the collective medical awakening in the Ionian Islands (17th – 19th century)CONSTANTINOS TSIAMIS, Dr. of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Athens, Scientific Collaborator of the Laboratory of History of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Athens, NIKI PAPAVRAMIDOU, Lector of History of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Democritus University of Thrace, EFFIE POULAKOU – REBELAKOU, Assistant Professor, Laboratory of History of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Athens, THESPIS DIMITRIOU, Professor of Anatomy, Laboratory of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, Democritus University of Thrace, Hellas.
The Ionians and other Greeks of the Colonies in the Struggle of PalingenesiaEVANGELOS TSIRKAS, Lieutenant General [Ret.], Hon. Commander of the Third Army, PhD on Defense Policy, Political Sciences Department of the University of Sorbonne, Graduate of the University of Thessaloniki Law School and the Piraeus Graduate Industrial School, Hellas.
The diplomatic struggle of Kapodistrias for the marking of the borders of the Neo – Hellenic StateKOSTAS CHATZIANTONIOU, History Author, Novelist, Hellas.
Comments about the dissemination of the Institution of the Nation – State during the 19th and 20th centuriesEVANTHIS CHATZIVASILIOU, Professor Alternate of the History and Archaeology Department of the National and Capidistrian University of Athens, Hellas.
Addendum to the Conference: Tracing the ideological and political Identity of Ioannis KapodistriasGEORGIOS SKLAVOUNOS, Sociologist, Economist, President of the Unesco Center, Ionian Islands, Hellas.