The PhD Candidates of the Department of Communication, Media and Culture of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences present the progress of their thesis in the seminars of "DoctoralCMCLub".

The presentations are online and are conducted through the Microsoft Teams platform.

You can find DoctoralCMClub in the web and social media:

The schedule of the seminars for February:


  • 08 February 2021
    Katerina Hartzoulaki
    “The use of archeological monuments and sites in Greece today: institutional, ideological and political dimensions.

This dissertation examines the legal and institutional framework regarding the use of archaeological monuments and sites in Greece today, as well as the ideological and political dimensions of the matter through examples such as contemporary uses of ancient theatres, and uses of archeological monuments and sites for filming purposes, photography projects and contemporary art exhibitions.


  • Maria Papadopoulou
    “The public face of the conservation of monuments and artworks”.

© Diadrasis, 2018. Εκπαιδευτική δράση "Tanagra Express"

What is the role of conservation of cultural heritage in the visitor experience? Can conservation serve as an interpretive and educational tool? Which are the possibilities for a more inclusive approach regarding public views in conservation decision-making? Through an interdisciplinary approach, this thesis aims in establishing a theoretical and methodological ground for communication practices. 


  • 22 February 2021
    Katerina Vlassopoulou
    ‘’Listening’’ and ‘’Engagement’’ - Exploring anchors of sustainability for news organizations at the digital era.

Linking IT Metrics to Business Value. Source:

 What is the role of numbers in Journalism and how do they respond or assist in the crisis debate? A chronological sequence is set and refers to the way in which numbers, analytics and measurements have led and guided journalistic practice in recent years.


  • Sofia Messini
    “Data Mining in political science – Analyzing the electoral behavior in Greece through social media, during the period of sovereign debt crisis”.

The PhD research focuses on the analysis of political behavior using tools of data science.  The central aim of the research is to highlight, in real time, the "vox populi", through data mining the social media, especially Twitter.




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