GERASIMOS MERIANOS Assistant Researcher
Programme ''Everyday and Social Life in Byzantium''
Piraeus, 21 April 1975
• 1998: Degree in History and Philosophy of Science,Department of History and Philosophy of Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
• 2005: PhD in Byzantine History, Department of History, Ionian University.
• 2009- : Assistant Researcher at the Institute for Historical Research, Department for Byzantine Research / National Hellenic Research Foundation.
. 2005-2007: Adjunct Lecturer at the Department of History, Archaeology and Management of Cultural Heritage, University of Peloponnese.
. 2007- : Adjunct Lecturer at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
. 2010- : Adjunct Lecturer at the Hellenic Open University, Undergraduate course "European Culture Studies".
• Participation in three research programmes of the NHRF and two of the University of Athens. Indicatively:
- 2005: Participation in the post-doctoral research project: ''The Relation between Economy and Ethics in Biblical and Later Christian Teachings, and its Consequences on Modern Market Economy, Social Policy, and Well-being'' (the research was funded by EU project Pythagoras II) (70/3/7955).
- 2006: Participation in the research programme ''Archaeology of the City of Athens'' of the National Hellenic Research Foundation.
- 2007: Participation in the research project ''Market and Economic Growth in the Mediterranean World'', funded by the programme ''Kapodistrias, 2006-2007'' of the University of Athens (70/4/8848).
• 2008: Associated Researcher at the Foundation of the Hellenic World.
OTHER SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES
. Editorial assistant of the academic journal Byzantina Symmeikta.
. Member of the Organizing Committee of the annual seminars of the IBR / NHRF.
. Member of the Organizing Committee of the Panhellenic Conference of Junior Researchers of the History of Science and Technology (Athens, 11-13 March 2011).
MAIN FIELDS OF RESEARCH
. Byzantine economic and social history.
. Byzantine economic thought.
. Economic ideas of the early Christian world.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, LECTURES
• 8 conference papers in Greek and international conferences.
• 8 lectures given at Greek Universities, Research Foundations and Scientific Societies.
• 1 monograph, 25 essays, articles, and entries in refereed and other scientific journals, edited volumes, conference proceedings, and electronic encyclopaedias.