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  • Alexis Dimaras, ‘Historiography of Education’, Synchrona Themata no. 35-37 (Dec. 1988), pp. 191-197.
  • Triantafyllos Sklavenitis, ‘Research insitutions, research programmes and works on Modern Hellenism through time’, Mandatophoros 29 (1989), pp. 50-55.
  • Alexis Politis, ‘Historical Archive of Greek Youth. A literary commemoration’, Synchrona Themata nos. 43-44 (Dec. 1990), pp. 6-8.
  • ‘Research Programmes of the Historical Archive of Greek Youth: the latest book. [published by IAEN: P. Moullas, The Poetry Contests of the University of Athens, 1851-1877] A Meeting at the University of Athens: Michalis Stathopoulos, Address of the Dean of the University of Athens, 17.10.1990. - Triantafyllos E. Sklavenitis, University and Education in the Programme of the Historical Archive of Greek Youth. - K. Th. Dimaras, The ‘act’ of 1850. - Pan. Moullas, University of Athens: Poetry Contests and Ideology (1851-1877). - The Text of the Protest of 200 Greek Academics Against the Abolition of the IAEN, 30.8.1990, Ta Historica nos. 12-13 (1991), pp. 195-216. [= Official Speeches of the University of Athens 30 (1983-1991), Athens 1998, pp. 713-738.
  • Dora Vyzovitou, ‘Historical Archive of Greek Youth’, Diavazo no. 253, 25.12.1990, pp. 12-13 .- Triantafyllos E. Sklavenitis, ‘Another view on the Historical Archive of Greek Youth’, Diavazo no. 257, 20.2.1991, pp. 17-19. - ‘For the objective information of the public’, Letter, 9.1.1991, by Christos Loukos, Anna Matthaiou, Dimitris Spathis. - ‘The Text of the protest of 200 Greek scientists against the abolition of the IAEN, 30.8.1990’. - ‘The reply of Mrs Dora Vyzovitou’, Diavazo, no. 275, 20.2.1991, pp. 19-22.
  • Alexandra Bakalaki, ‘Experiences of and conclusions from the Historical Archive of Childhood’, Family, Child Protection and Social Policy, ed. Helen Agathonos- Georgopoulou, Athens, Institute of Child Health (1991), pp. 53-59.
  • Vassilis Panayiotopoulos, ‘Thoughts - Comments [in the chapter: Family and Child in the Modern Greek State]’, ibid., pp. 73-76.
  • Vassilis Kremmydas, ‘So, should we hope?’, newspaper Ta Nea, 28 April 1995, p. 26.
  • Historical Archive of Greek Youth (IAEN) of the General Secretariat for Youth, ‘Presentation of research and publications 1994’, Speeches of 14 April 1995 in the Amphitheatre of the National Hellenic Research Foundation:Vassilis Panayiotopoulos, Director of KNE/EIE; Panagiotis Tsiligaridis, General Secretary for Youth; Triantafyllos Sklavenitis and Spyros Asdrachas, members of the IAEN Committee, KNE/EIE Informational Newsletter, nos. 14-15 (Jan. - Jun. 1995), pp. 6-17.
  • Anna Matthaiou, ‘History and childhood/youth: second period’, Ta Historica 12, no. 22 (June 1995), pp. 232-235.
  • Alexis Dimaras, 'Ideas for Books', newspaper Avgi, 7.2.1999, p. 23
  • Antonis Liakos, ‘Neo-Hellenic historiography of the last quarter of the twentieth century’, Synchrona themata, issue 76-77 (January – July 2001) 85.
  • Charikleia Dimakopoulou, 'Archive of Greek Youth', newspaper Estia, 16.2.2002.
  • ‘Historical Archive of Greek Youth, IAEN’s 20 years’: Triantafyllos E. Sklavenitis; ‘IAEN’s 20 years: Reports,’ Yannis Kokkonas; ‘The CD ROM and the Internet site of the IAEN. Digitalized books and presentation of the programme’, Alexis Politis; ‘After twenty years’, Eleonora Skouteri-Didaskalou; ‘IAEN, twenty years of “social integration’’, Christina Koulouri; ‘History of education’, Stratis Bournazos (ed.); ‘20 years. ‘Historical Archive of Greek Youth. Special edition of the newspaper I Kyriakatiki Avgi, ‘Enthemata’, 14 December 2003: Triantafyllos E. Sklavenitis; ‘Routes of the IAEN’, Yanis Yanoulopoulos; ‘The part and the whole of research’ Spyros I. Asdrachas; ‘The theoretical presuppositions’ Philippos Iliou; ‘A field of research’. 20 years of research by the Historical Archive of Greek Youth. History with a future. Interview of Yanis Yanoulopoulos by Vaggelis Karamanolakis, newspaper Eleftherotypia, Monday 15 December 2003’, Mnimon 25 (2003), pp 291-344.
  • Christina Koulouri, ‘The historiography of modern Greek education: continuities and rifts (1967-2002)’, 3rd International History Congress of the National Hellenic Research Foundation’s Institute of Neohellenic Research, 29.10 – 3.11.2002, Historiography of modern and of contemporary Greece 1833 – 2002, vol. I, Athens 2004, pp 495-512.
  • Tonia Kiousopoulou, ‘The study of ages and age groups as object of modern historiography’, idem, vol II, pp 141-149.