Personal Page of Albanidis Evangelos
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|Full Name:||Albanidis Evangelos|
|Area of expertise:||History of Physical Education and Sports|
|Sector:||Sports Management - Physical Education in Schools - Recreation|
|Telephone:||+30 25310 39735|
|Office:||Β1-7 & B1-6|
|Hours of listening students:||Μο: 10:00-11:00, Tu: 13:15-15:00|
Ν115 Sports Sociology (Mo: 11:35-13:05, Tu: 11:35:00-13:05, We: 09:55-11:25)
Ν071 Οlympic and Athletic Education (Τu: 15:10-16:40) Ν322 Special Issues in Philosophy of Sport and History of Dance (We: 11:35-13:05)
Ν145 History of Physical Education (Mo: 09:55-11:25, Τu: 09:55-11:25, We: 11:35-13:05)
Ν089 Modern Olympic Games (Tu: 15:10-16:40)
- • History of Physical Education and Sports in Greek and Roman antiquity.
• History of modern Greek Physical Education
• History of Modern Olympic Games
• History of Dance
• Olympic and Athletic Education
• Philosophy of Sports and Physical Education
• Ethics in Sports
• Intercultural Education
Brief curriculum vitae
- 1983: Bachelor Degree in National Academy of Physical Education (ΕΑΣΑ) of Thessaloniki with grade "Excellent" and specialisation in Track and Field Events.
• 1991: Obtaining the equivalent degree of the Department of Physical Education and Sport Science.
• 1995: Dissertation Degree on History of Physical Education from Democritus University of Thrace
• 2006: In the context of my sabbatical studied in the : School of Kinesiology – University of Western Ontario Canada. I followed postgraduate lectures and became researcher at the International Centre for Olympic Studies.
Teaching in Master's Degree Programs
- • 2000, 2001, 2008, 2012, 2018: Visiting Professor in 2000, 2001, 2008, 2012 and 2018 at the: «8th , 9th, 16th, 19th and 25th International Post-Graduate Seminars on Olympic Studies» which were organized by the International Olympic Academy.
• 2012-2017: Responsible teacher of the course: The History and Philosophy of Sport in Antiquity: The Birth of Sport and its Evolution at the International Master’s Degree Program " Olympic Studies, Olympic Education, Organization and Management of Olympic Events” of International Olympic Academy and the University of Peloponnese.
• 2017-2018: Member of Cooperative Teaching Staff (ΣΕΠ) in the context of the course: History of Physical Education in the Master Degree Program of the Greek Open University (ΕΑΠ) entitled: "Sports Studies: Sociology, History, Anthropology ".
• 2018-2019: Responsible teacher of the course: Dance, culture and society: Review through time at the Postgraduate Program of Democritus University of Thrace: Sports Tourism, Organisation of activities, Dance”
• 2018-2019: Responsible teacher of the course: The culture of Physical Education in Greek educational system at the Postgraduate Program Creative & Adapted Physical Education
• 2018: Invited speaker at the "International Conference on Olympism: Global Innovation Forum for Humanity and Sustainable Development. From Ancient Olympia to India, Tokyo 2020 & Beyond -Bridges between Education, Culture, Sports and Society” (16-17 February),Chandigarh-India. This conference was held by the University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba International Academy for Sport Studies (TIAS), and Olympism for Humanity Allies. The titles of my lectures were the followings: 1. Foundations and History of Ancient Olympic & Crown Games -Virtues, Context of the Ancient Hellenic Civilization 2. The Ecumenical and universal dimension of Ancient Olympic Games.
• 2018: Invited speaker at the workshop: : "Olympic Education and Applied Olympism" which was held by the University of Tsukuba, Sports Authority of India (SAI) and Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports in Patiala- India (12-13 February). The titles of my lectures were: 1. The ancient Olympic Games, 2. The ecumenical spread of ancient Greek athletics and the Olympic Games during the Hellenistic and Roman Imperial times.
• 2017: Invited speaker at the: "Pediatric Work Physiology XXX Conference" which was held in Katerini (3-8 October). The title of my lecture was: Youth’s physical activity in moderation: Health perspectives of Hellenic antiquity.
• 2017: Invited speaker at the: "Olympian Global Innovation Forum" which was held by the Olympism for Humanity Allies in Thessaloniki. The title of my lecture was: Olympic Education in Greece 2000-2008.
• 2014: Invited speaker at the: Olympism for Humanity Summit which was held by the Olympism for Humanity Alliance in Ancient Olympia (28 June-2 July). The title of my lecture was: The Humanistic Symbolism of Olympia: A message from antiquity for modern times.
• 2011: Invited speaker at the : "International Session for Educators and Officials of Higher Institutes of Physical Education", Ancient Olympia-International Olympic Academy (2-9 June).The title of my lecture was: Olympic Games outside Olympia in the Ancient Greek world: the example of Macedonia.
• 2006: Invited speaker at the Siemmelweis University –Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences of Budapest-Hungary (21 September 2006). The titles of my lectures were: Athletics in ancient Greece, Cultural Competitions in ancient Greece.
• 2006: Invited speaker at the Conference of the Cypriot Athletic-Scientific and Cultural Association (ΑΘΛΕΠΕΝ) (Nicosia, 4 December). The title of my lecture was: From the athletic games of antiquity to the folk games in modern times.
• 2004: Invited speaker at the workshop which was held in Madrid (4-6 May) by the Departmento de Filologia Griega Complutense Polytechnica. The title of my lecture was: The Social Background of Athletes in Ancient Greece.
• 2007: Invited speaker at the Panhellenic Congress of the National Committee for School Sports and Olympic Education (Athens 23-24 April). The title of my lecture was: Racism and xenophobia: Physical Education as a mean against social exclusion.
• 2006: Invited speaker from the Greek Ministry of Education and the Department of Olympic Education in the context of Educating Physical Education Teachers at the «Programs which promotes equality in society – KALLIPATEIRA» (Thessaloniki 20/11-24/11 2006. Athens, 27/11-01/12/2006. Komotini 4-8/12/2006. Patra, 18-22/12 2006. Chania 11-15/12/2006). My lecture entitled: Racism and xenophobia in modern world and Greek Education. Physical Education as a mean against racism.
• 2001-2002: Lectures in Seminars on “ Olympic Education” which were organized by the Paidagogical Institute of Ministry of Education. These seminars aimed to the preparation of Physical Education teachers who will be responsible for the course of Olympic Education in Primary and Secondary Schools. The title of my lecture was: Ancient and modern Olympic Games (Athens: 7-11 January 2002, 10-13 December 2001, 15-19 January 2001, Thessaloniki: 22-26 January 2001)
Member of Editorial Boards in Scientific Journals
• 2017-2019: Member of the Editorial Board of the Scientific Journal: Εuropean Studies of Sports History which is published by the European Committee for the History of Sport.
• 2016-2019: Member of the Editorial Board of the electronic scientific journal: "Sports and Society: Journal of Sports Science”
• 2012-2017: Co-editor of the Scientific Journal: Εuropean Studies of Sports History which is published by the European Committee for the History of Sport.
• 2000-2009:Reviewer and a member of the Editorial Board of the Scientific Journal: "Εuropean Sport History Review (ESHR)".
• 2002-2007: Reviewer and a member of the Editorial Board of the Scientific Journal: "Annual of European Committee for the History of Sport (CESH)".
• 2008-2019: Reviewer and a member of the Editorial Board of the Scientific Journal: "Scientific of Dance".
• 2004-2009: Reviewer and a member of the Editorial Board of the Scientific Journal:: "Searches in Physical Education and Sport".
Member of Scientific Committees in International Congresses
• XXI International Congress of the European Committee for Sports History, Strasbourg-France, 7-9 December 2017.
• XX International Congress of the European Committee for Sports History, Leicester- Great Britain, 5-7 September 2016.
• XIX International Congress of the European Committee for Sports History, Florence - Italy, 22-24 October 2015.
• XVIII International Congress of the European Committee for Sports History, Edessa –Greece, 16-18 October 2014.
• Congreso Internacional de Historia del Olimpismo Conrado Duráantez, Sevilla-Spain, 4-5 Noviembre 2014.
• XVII International Congress of the European Committee for Sports History, Barcelona 2013
• XIVth International Congress of the European Committee for Sports History, 17-20 September 2009, Pisa – Italy.
• XIIIrd International Congress of the European Committee for Sports History, 18-21 September 2008, Gorzow- Poland)
• ΧΙΙth International Congress of the European Committee for Sports History, 20-22 September 2007, Lorient –France: "Sport and the Arts Construction and Reality".
• XIth International Congress of the European Committee for Sports History, 17-20 September 2006, Vienna – Austria: "Sport and the Construction of Identities".
• VIIth International Congress of European Committee for Sport History, Besancon 26-29 Sptember 2002.
Member of Scientific Associations
• President of the European Committee for the History of Sport 2013-2017 .
• President of the Greek Academy of Physical Education (Ε.Α.Φ.Α.) 2017-2019.
• President of the College of Fellows at the European Committee for the History of Sport, 2017-2019.
• Vice president of the Scientific Association of Dance (Ε.Λ.Ε.Π.Ε.Χ) 2004-2019.
Supervision of Doctoral Dissertations
- Iraklis Kellis: The cultural diversity’s approach for first degree students through the Physical Education’s course, Komotini 2011.
- Anestis Giannakopoulos: Athletics and Physical Education in Greece during period 1967 – 1974, Komotini 2016.
- Maria-Mersini Ikonomakou: The evolution of physical education in Greek elementary education (institutional context, teacher’s training, curriculums, organization): Two centuries of educational reforms (19th and 20th centuries). Komotini 2017.
- Aikaterini Samara: Athletics and Power in Hellenistic Era: Egypt in 3rd Cent. B.C. Komotini 2017.
Supervision of Postgraduate Dissertations
- Antonopoulos K. (2015). Τhe eternal fire and the cult of goddess Hestia in Olympia and the Greco-roman world. Is the Olympic flame of the modern era well founded and linked with the ancient tradition? (Master’s Degree Programme of University of Peloponnese and International Olympic Academy: “Olympic Studies, Olympic Education, Organization and Management of Olympic Events”).
- Chondronasios Ch. (2016). The impact of wrestling and social role of the famous wrestlers in ancient Greek society (Master’s Degree Programme of University of Peloponnese and International Olympic Academy: “Olympic Studies, Olympic Education, Organization and Management of Olympic Events”).
- Thiago Guimarães, Daniel Costa, Fabio Paulino, Helton Lourenço and Evangelos Albanidis (2019). Basic Knowledge of Physical Education Students About Olympism And Concepts Related to Excessive Training: What is the Legacy in Rio De Janeiro – 2016? Journal of Physical Fitness, Medicine and Treatment in Sports, 6 (2), DOI: 10.19080/JPFMTS.2019.06.555681
- Albanidis E. (2016). The Olympic Games of Ancient Macedonians. In: Katsonopoulou D., Partida E. (Eds). ΦΙΛΕΛΛΗΝ. Essays presented to Stephen G. Miller. The Helike Society, Athens 2016, pp. 30-48.
- Giannakopoulos A., Albanidis E. (2015). Militarization attempt of Physical Education and sport during the dictatorship period 1967-1974. The International Journal of the History of Sport 32, 2, 351-366. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09523367.2014.991317
- Moschopoulos A., Albanidis E., Anastasiou A., Antoniou P. (2015). Organised military sports of the Hellenic Armed Forces for the period 1948-1968, The International Journal of the History of Sport, 32, 2, 351-366. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09523367.2014.991317
- Ikonomakou M., Albanidis E., Karafyllis A. (2016). The evolution of military training in Greek education in the 19th century”. European Studies in Sports History, 9, 56-69.
- Kouderi F., Filippou V., Derri E., Albanidis E. (2016). Reliability and validity of the matson evaluation of social skills with youngsters (MESSY II) for children with autism spectrum disorder. Sport Science 9, 2, 78-82.
- Albanidis E., Ioannidis, P. (2014) The role of sports in the totalitarian regime of Metaxas in Greece (1936-1941) compared to National Socialism in Germany (1933-1945). Aloma: Revista de Psicologia, Ciències de l'Educació i de l'Esport , 32 (2), 15-23.
- Albanidis E., Karasimopoulou S. (2014). Implementation of Olympic Education in Greece. In: Chatziefstathiou D., Müller N. (Eds.), Olympism, Olympic Education and Learning Legacies. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: NE, pp. 229-244.
- Albanidis E.(2013). Exercise in moderation: Health perspectives of Hellenic antiquity, Nikephoros: Zeitschrift für Sport und Kultur im Altertum 26, 33-62.
- Ioannidis P., Albanidis E. (2012). « Ethnike Organosis Neolaias » (EON) [National Youth Organization] : the vanguard of the athletic policy which was followed by Metaxa’s totalitarian regime in Greece during late interwar. European Studies in Sports History, 5, 63-89.
- Albanidis E., Kasabalis A., Kassaris V. (2011). Saint Basil the Great: Athletic and agonistic references in his teaching and his position on Physical Education. Stadion 37 (1), 1-14.
- Vouzanidou E., Albanidis E. (2011). Athletic and artistic activities of Armenian communities in Greece, Constantinople and Smyrna from 1923 until present. Studies in Physical culture and Tourism 18 (2), 159-163.
- Kellis I., Vernadakis N., Albanidis E., Derri V., Kourtesses T. (2010) The development of a student’s behavior’s self-evaluation scale (SBSS) in multicultural physical education class settings . Education Research and Review 5 (11), 637-645.
- Albanidis E. (2011). Athletic activities of the Greek community in Smyrna from the end of the 19th century to 1922. Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism, XVIII (4), 329-336.
- Albanidis E.. (2012). Traditional wrestling in Thrace. International Journal of Wrestling Science 2 (2), 55-65.
- Pavlogiannis O., Albanidis E., Dimitriou M. (2009). The Aktia of Nikopolis: New Approaches. Nikephoros XXII (4), 79-102.
- Albanidis, E. & Tsimpiridou, A. (2008). The social origin of ancient Olympic victors and the influence of Olympic victory on their social status. European Studies in Sports History, 1 (1), 7-22.
- Albanidis, E., Goulimaris, D. & Serbezis, V. (2008). Organization of Folk Athletic Games in Thrace. Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, 40, 87-100.
- Albanidis, E. & Vouzanidou, E. (2008). The Eleutheria (Liberation games) of Plataea in ancient Greece. Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism, 15, 1, 49-52.
- Kaimakamis, V., Kirialanis, P. & Albanidis, E. (2008). Gymnastics and the ideological movement of Friedrich Ludwig Jahn. Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism, 15, 1, 43-48.
- Albanidis E. (2009). The Olympic Games of Ancient Macedonia. European Studies in Sports History 2 (1), 5-22.
- Daskalakis S., Gargalianos D., Albanidis E. (2009). The role of politics in the appointment of Board members at Sydney Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games (SOCOG). The International Journal of Olympic History 17 (2009) 38-45.
- Albanidis E., Anastasiou A., Georgiadis K., Mouratidis J. (2006). Athletic games in ancient Macedonia: an overview, Stadion XXXII, 167-189.
- Albanidis E., Barney R., Choutas N. (2007). An Olympian sanctuary: The quest to permanently host the Olympic Games in Greece, Journal of Olympic History 15, 2, 28-39.
- Albanidis E.,Giatsis S. (2007). Athletic games in Thrace during the Imperial era, Nikephoros 20., 177-198.
- Pavlogiannis O., Lomi C., Albanidis E., Konitsiotis S., Geroulanos S. (2007). Sport and Medicine during Greek antiquity and Roman Imperial Times, Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 93, 1, 59-75.
- Albanidis E. (2007). The admission of “Barbarians” to Greek Gymnasia during the Hellenistic and Roman Periods, ISHPES – Studies 13, 1, 7-15. (ISHPES=International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport).
- Albanidis E., Vouzanidou E., (2007). Physical Education and Sports of Constantinople Greeks and their Sports Activities following resettlement in towns of mainland Greece (Thessaloniki, Kavala), Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism 14, 1, 37-45.
- Goulimaris D., Albanidis E., Serbezis V. (2005). Dancing mania as a healing proceedings in the frame of religious worship in ancient and contemporary Greece, Aethlon: The Journal of Sports Literature 22.2, 107-118.
- Albanidis E., Moraiti H. (2005). The most important games in Epirus from Classic to Roman times, Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism 12, 2, 9-15.
- Albanidis E., Kasabalis A. (2005). Athletics and Physical Education of the Greek Minority in Constantinople, Annual of CESH 5, 7-20.
- Albanidis E., Garcia Romero F., Pavlogiannis O. (2006). The joint participation of Greeks and “Barbarians” in athletic activities during the Hellenistic and Roman times, Nikephoros 19, 187-226.
- Αlbanidis E. (1997). Educational Athletic Institutions in Thrace during the Hellenistic and Roman periods, Australian Society for Sports History, Bulletin 27, 15-20.
- Albanidis E. (2000). The ephebia in the ancient Hellenic world and its role in the making of masculinity, The European Sports History Review 2, 4-23.
- Albanidis E., Anastasiou A. (2003). The coexistence of athletic events and music contests in ancient Greece, Annual of CESH 3, 86-98.
- Albanidis E. (1998). Athletics in ancient Thrace, The International Journal of the History of Sport, 15, 163-172.
- Albanidis E., Moraiti H. (2005). The most important games in Epirus from Classic to Roman times, Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism 12, 2, 9-15.
- Albanidis E. (2002). Athletics during the Hellenistic and Roman periods along the coastline of Euxeinos Pontos, Studies in Physical Culture and Tourism 8, 7-16.
- Αlbanidis E. (2000). The institution of ephebia in ancient Hellenic world, Annual of CESH 1, 91-101.