Month: March 2012

Psychoanalysis and Society: Prohibition, Enjoyment and the Spirits of Capitalism by Dr. Yannis Stavrakakis

Psychoanalysis and Society: Prohibition, Enjoyment and the Spirits of Capitalism by Dr. Yannis Stavrakakis

When:   28 March, 2012, 19:30
Where:  Andrey Delchev Auditorium

Dr. Yannis Stavrakakis, Associate Professor, School of Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Well-known Greek political theorist Yannis Stavrakakisdiscusses the two spirits of capitalism in a psychological analysis of the different socioeconomic approaches. Professor Stavrakakis also talks about the European crisis and answers questions from the audience. Dr. Yannis Stavrakakis is mainly known for his explorations of the importance of psychoanalytic theory for contemporary political and cultural analysis and currently serves as Associate Professor at the School of Political Sciences of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

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10th – 11th Century Byzantine Architecture in the Balkans & Its Armenian Counterpart: The Enigma of Similarities by Armen Kazaryan

CANCELLED

When:   21 March, 2012, 19:30
Where:  Andrey Delchev Auditorium

Armen Kazaryan, Head of Department of Ancient and Medieval Architecture, Research Institute of Theory of Architecture and Town-planning, Russian Academy of Architecture and Building Sciences, Moscow, Russia