Introduction: Questions and Orientations in History During the Last 20 Years

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Editorial Committee, University of the Aegean
Pothiti Hantzaroula is Assistant Professor of Historical Anthropology at the Department of Social Anthropology and History at the University of the Aegean. She studied Classics at the University of Athens, did an MA in Social History at the University of Warwick and completed her PhD thesis in History at the European University Institute of Florence in 2002. Her thesis entitled «The Making of Subordination: Domestic Service in Greece, 1920-1945» is an oral history of domestic service in inter-war Greece. As post-doctoral researcher she participated in the project ''Pythagoras'' Research Action: Gendered Aspects of Migration in Southeast Europe: Integration, Labour and Transnational Communication (GAME), EPEAEK II (Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology, University of Thessaly) (2004-5). She was member of the network Servant Project under the FPS-Key Action of the European Commission (2001-3). She participated in the project "From the Inter-War Period to Reconstruction (1930-1960): Documenting the Experiences of the Greek Jews" supervised by Henriette Benveniste (University of Thessaly) and funded by ''John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation'' (2011). Among her publications is Sculpting subordination: Waged domestic workers in Greece in the first half of the twentieth century (in Greek, Papazisis, 2012). Her research interests include the history and historiography of gender and sexuality, intersections of class and gender, memory and history in the Second World War, and the history of emotions. She has translated in Greek Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities (Nefeli 1996).
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