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Eirini Karamouzi, PhD

Associate Professor of Contemporary History and International Relations, Deree – The American College of Greece



London School of Economics
Ph.D. International History

London School of Economics
M.Sc. European Politics and Governance

University of Athens
B.A. History and Archaeology

Eirini Karamouzi is Associate Professor of Contemporary History and International Relations at Deree – The American College of Greece. She is the author of Greece, the EEC and the Cold War: The Second Enlargement (2014) and co-editor of The Balkans in the Cold War (2017). She has held fellowships at EUI, LSE, Yale University, and the University of Tampere. She is editor of the Contemporary European History journal and has published extensively on issues relating to the history of European integration, the European Cold War, peace mobilization in Southern Europe, and Balkan cooperation. She co-directs an AHRC network grant on global anti-nuclear activism. Her current research project deals with the role of tourism and mobility the construction of a Southern European identity.


Select Publications

Greece, the EEC and the Cold War, 1974-1979. The Second Enlargement. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014

Greece’s Association to the EEC and the role of Ioannis Pesmazoglou. Athens: Bank of Greece, 2022 [in Greek]

‘Negotiating the American presence in Greece: Bases, Security and National Sovereignty, The International History Review 44:1 (2022), 129-144

‘Out with the bases of death.’ Civil Society and Peace Mobilization in Greece during the 1980s’, Journal of Contemporary History 56:3 (2021), 617-638

Global Histories of Anti-nuclear Activism in the Cold War, eds. with Luc-Andre Brunet. Berghahn: forthcoming 2023