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  • Gelina Harlaftis _____________________________________________________________________

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    CURRICULUM VITAE (last update: December 2019)

    PERSONAL

    Date of Birth: 5 October 1958 Place of Birth: Athens

    Family situation: Married, two children tel. +30-6944-730143

    Ε-mail: harlaftis@uoc.gr, gelinaharla@gmail.com gelina@ims.forth.gr

    EDUCATION • D.Phil. Oxford University, Oxford, U.K., Faculty of Modern History, 1988 • M.Phil. Cambridge University, Cambridge, U.K., Faculty of Archaeology and

    Anthropology, 1982 • B.Sc. University of Athens, Athens, Greece, Faculty of Law, Department of

    Economics, 1981 FOREIGN LANGUAGES English (Profisciency of Cambridge 1975), French (Sorbonne II 1979), Italian (medium), German (medium), Russian (basic) ACADEMIC CAREER University of Piraeus, Department of Maritime Studies 1990-1996 Lecturer in Maritime History 1996-2002 Assistant Professor in Maritime History Ionian University, Department of History 2003- 2010 Associate Professor in Maritime History 2010-2019 Professor in Maritime History University of Crete, Department of History and Archaeology 2019 Professor of Maritime History Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Foundation of Research and Technology 2017- Director ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS 2014-2017 Director of the Post-Graduate Master's programme "History and Documentation" 2013-2015- Head of the Syllabus Committee of the Dpt of History 2004-2008: Head of the Department of History

    mailto:gelinaharla@gmail.com

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    2003-2007 Department Representative in the Research Committee of the Dpt of History of the Ionian University 2003-2004 Organisation of the Open Lectures of the Dpt of History of the Ionian University 1992-2002 Organisation of the Open Lectures of the Dpt of Maritime Studies of the University of Piraeus 1992-2002 Academic Advisor of the ERASMUS project of the Dpt of Maritime Studies of the University of Piraeus COURSES TAUGHT

    • International Maritime Economic History 16th –20th centuries • History of the Seas, 15th-20th centuries • European Economic History, 16th-20th centuries • Greek Maritime Economic History, 19th-20th centuries • Greek Maritime History, 18th-21st centuries • Maritime Business History • Business History • History of Greek Diaspora • Global History, 19th-20th history

    ONLINE COURSES Course in MATHESIS organized by the Cretan University Publications with the title “At the top of global shipping: History of Greek Shipping, 18th-21st century”, 2019, https://mathesis.cup.gr/ PH.D. THESES Α. As a supervisor 1)Apostolos Delis, "Ερμούπολη (Σύρος): το ναυπηγικό κέντρο της ιστιοφόρου ναυτιλίας, 1830-1880" [“Hermoupolis (Syros): the shipbuilding centre of the sailing merchant marine, 1830-1880”, (Unpublished PhD thesis, Ionian University, 2010). 2) Alexandra Papadopoulou, "Ναυτιλιακές επιχειρήσεις, διεθνή δίκτυα και θεσμοί στη σπετσιώτικη εμπορική ναυτιλία, 1830-1870. Οργάνωση, διοίκηση και στρατηγική" [“Maritime businesses, international networks and institutions in the merchant shipping of the island of Spetses. Organisation, administration and strategy”] (Unpublished PhD thesis, Ionian University, 2010). 3) Panayiotis Kapetanakis, "Ο ποντοπόρος εμπορικός στόλος των Επτανήσων κατά την διάρκεια της βρετανικής κατοχής και προστασίας και η κεφαλληνιακή υπεροχή (1809/1815-1815)" ["The deep-sea going merchant fleet of the Seven Islands of the Ionian Sea during the time of British conquest and protection and the Cephalonian prominence (1809/1815-1864)"] (Unpublished PhD thesis, Ionian University, 2010). 4) Anna Sydorenko, “Η οικονομική ανάπτυξη των πόλεων-λιμανιών της Κριμαίας, β΄μισό του 19ου – αρχές 20ού αιώνα”, [“The economic development of the port-cities of Crimea, second half of the 19th-20th century”] (Unpublished PhD thesis, Ionian University, 2010). Β. As member of three-member supervising committees 1) Γιάννης Θεοτοκάς, “Μέθοδοι και Ιδιαιτερότητες στην οργάνωση και διοίκηση των ελληνόκτητων ναυτιλιακών επιχειρήσεων, 1969-1990”, [“Organizational

    https://mathesis.cup.gr/

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    and Managerial patterns of Greek-owned Shipping Companies, 1969-1990”], (Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Piraeus, 1997]. 2) Katerina Vourkatioti, “Ο οίκος των Αδερφών Ράλλη, C.1814-1961. Το αρχέτυπο της επιχειρηματικότητας της ελληνικής διασποράς” [The House of Ralli Brothers, c. 1814-1961. The archetype of entrepreneurship of Greek diaspora”], (unpublished PhD thesis, Panteion University, 2004) 3) Antonis Masonidis, “Τα κερδοσκοπικά επεισόδια στην Οικονομική Ιστορία”, [“Speculative episodes in Economic History”] [(Unpublished PhD thesis, Ionian University, 2010). 4) Vassilis Skountis, “Ναυτική εργασία και ελληνικό κράτος στο μεσοπόλεμο [Seafaring labour and the Greek State during the interwar period]”, Ionian University, 2018 C. PhD thesis in foreign universities Examiner in the Norwegian phD thesis of Per Kristian Sebak με θέμα «A Transatlantic Migratory Bypass. Scandinavian shipping companies and transmigration through Scandinavia, 1898-1929» in Bergen University, Norway, March 2012

    OTHER POSITIONS/DISTINCTIONS

    • Judge in the Lloyd’s List Committee of Greek Shipping Awards 2017 • Judge in the Panel of Judges of the Greek Shipping Hall of Fame, 2016 • Visiting Fellow at All Souls College of the Oxford University Hilary term

    2008-2009 • Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., International Visiting Scholar in Business

    History Program of the Harvard Business School, 2008-2009 • Ηonorary Research Fellow, in the Institute of Maritime Studies,

    Greenwich University, London, U.K., February 1999-September 1999 • Visiting Professor in the Dpt of History Memorial University of

    Newfoundland, Canada, October 1998-January 1999 • Runciman Award 1997 in London by the Anglo-Hellenic League for the

    book Α Ηistory of Greek-Owned Shipping. The Making of an International Tramp Fleet, 1830 to the present day, London, Routledge, 1996

    EVALUATIONS

    • Assessment of scientific qualifications of applicants for the position of Assistant/Associate Professor in Maritime Archaeology in the Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies of the University of Helsinki, Finland, January 2018

    • External Examiner for the PhD thesis of Per Kristian Sebak, Department of University of Bergen, Norway, 2012

    BOOKS 1. Gelina Harlaftis, Creating Global Shipping: Aristotle Onassis, the Vagliano

    Brothers and the Business of Shipping, c.1820-1970, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2019

    2. Gelina Harlaftis, Helen Thanopoulou and Ioannis Theotokas, Το Παρόν και το Μέλλον της Ελληνικής Ναυτιλίας, [The Present and the Future of Greek Shipping], Research Study no. 10, Office of Economic Studies, Academy of Athens, Athens 2009

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    3. Ioannis Theotokas and Gelina Harlaftis, Leadership in World Shipping: Greek Family Firms in International Business, Palgrave/Macmillan, 2009

    4. Γιάννης Θεοτοκάς και Τζελίνα Χαρλαύτη, Έλληνες εφοπλιστές και ναυτιλιακές επιχειρήσεις. Οργάνωση, διοίκηση και στρατηγική, Αλεξάνδρεια, Αθήνα, 2007.

    5. Ioannis Theotokas and Gelina Harlaftis, Eupompe. Greek Shipping Companies, 1945-2000. Organisation, Administration and strategies, ELIA/Niarchos Foundation, 2004 (in Greek)

    6. Gelina Harlaftis, Helen Beneki and Manos Haritatos, Ploto, Greek shipowners from the late 18th century to the eve of WWII, ELIA/Niarchos Foundation, 2003 (in Greek and English)

    7. Gelina Harlaftis and Nikos Vlassopoulos, Ιστορικός νηογνώμονας, Ποντοπόρεια. Ποντοπόρα Ιστιοφόρα και Ατμόπλοια 1830-1939 [Pontoporeia, Historical Registry Book of Greek cargo sailing ships and steamships, 1830- 1939], ELIA/Niarchos Foundation, 2002

    8. Gelina Harlaftis, H ιστορία της ελληνόκτητης ναυτιλίας, 19ος-20ός αι., [A History of Greek-owned Shipping in the 19th and 20th centuries], Athens, Nefeli 2001 (Greek translation of the 1996 book)

    9. Gelina Harlaftis, Α Ηistory of Greek-Owned Shipping. The Making of an International Tramp Fleet, 1830 to the present day, Routledge, 1996.

    10. Gelina Harlaftis, Έλληνες Ναυτικοί και Ελληνικά Ατμόπλοια τις Παραμονές του Πρώτου Παγκοσμίου Πολέμου [Greek Seamen and Greek Steamships on the Eve of the First World War], Aegean M