The Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation (IHR/NHRF) conducts research on the political, economic, social and cultural history of Greek and Roman Antiquity, Byzantium and modern Hellenism. The Institute emerged in 2012 from the merging of the three former Humanities research institutes of the NHRF (KERA, IBR and INR), the oldest research institutions for historical and philological sciences in Greece.
The Institute's research objectives are the historical documentation and interpretation, the diffusion of new knowledge, and the training of young scholars, thus contributing to national self-awareness and active presence in the international scientific community.
Maria Christina Chatziioannou, "Merchant capitalism, overland and maritime trade (18th–19th centuries)"
The 12th Congress of South-East European Studies: Political, Social and Religious Dynamics in South-East Europe
14.00-14.50 // Bucharest, University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law
Dimitra Andrianou, "Furniture Display in Hellenistic and early Roman Banquet Reliefs"
European Assocation of Archaeologists Annual Meeting, Bern (Switzerland)