A. CORPORA OF EVIDENCE, BIBLIOGRAPHIES
a. Children’s and youth publications. Record.
1. Martha Karpozilou, Greek Youth Press (1830-1914). Published: IAEN no. 12 (Athens 1987), 205 pp. (All publications are in Greek unless otherwise stated).
2. Costas G. Tsiknakis, Greek Youth Press (1915-1936). Published: IAEN no. 5 (Athens 1986), 804 pp.
3. Angeliki Panopoulou, Costas G. Tsiknakis, Greek Youth Press (1936-1941). Published: Greek Youth Press (1936-1941). Cataloguing, Athens, Society for the Study of Modern Hellenism, Supplement to the periodical Mnimon 8 (1992), 263 pp.
4. Odette Varon, Greek Youth Press (1941-1945). Published: IAEN no. 10 (Athens 1987), vols. I, II, xcv + 828 pp.
5. Kyriakos Delopoulos, Greek Bibliography of Children’s Literature (19th-20th Centuries). Published: Children’s and Youth Books of the Nineteenth Century. An annotated illustrated bibliography. A first approach. A contribution to the study of modern Greek children’s literature. Athens, E. ELIA (1995), 528 pp.
b. Catalogue of Greek fairytales
6. Anna Angelopoulou, Aegli Brouskou, Processing of tale Types and Variations AT 700-749, in George A. Megas, Index of Greek Tales, 2. Published: IAEN no. 23 (Athens 1994), 271 pp. French edition: IAEN no. 26 (Athens 1995), 285 pp.
7. Anna Angelopoulou, Aegli Brouskou, Processing of tale Types and Variations AT 300-499, in George A. Megas, Index of Greek Tales, 3. Published: IAEN no. 34, vols. I, II (Athens 1999), 975 pp.
8. Anna Angelopoulou, Emmanuela Katrinaki, Processing of tale Types and Variations. AT 500-699, in George A. Megas, Index of Greek Tales, 4, 5. Published: IAEN No. 41, Athens 2004, p 511 and No. 44, Athens 2007, 519 pp.
9. Eleni Fournaraki, Girls’ Education and Upbringing. Greek Responses (1830-1910). An Anthology. Published: IAEN no. 11 (Athens 1987), 630 pp.
10. Christina Koulouri, History and Geography in Greek Schools (1834-1914). Cognitive Subject and Ideological Implications. A Textual Anthology and Bibliography of Schoolbooks. Published: IAEN no. 18 (Athens 1988), 789 pp.
11. Eleutheria Kopsida-Messini, Secondary Education Textbooks (1913-1936). A Bibliography.
12. David Antoniou, Secondary Education Programmes (1833-1929). Published: IAEN no. 17, vol. I (Athens 1987), 759 pp.; vol. II (Athens 1988), 960 pp.; vol. III (Athens 1989), 487 pp.
13. Panagiotis Moullas, Introductory Essays of the University Poetry Contests (1851-1877). Published: IAEN no. 22 (Athens 1989), 488 pp.
14. Vaggelis Karamanolakis, An Anthology for the Teaching of History in the Faculty of Letters of the University of Athens (1837-1911). See 3rd Symposium, no. 3. and the IAEN publication No. 42, Athens 2006, 551 pp.
15. Dimitris Tseres, The Archive of the Greek Middle School and High School of Lefkas (1829-1960). Catalogue and Data. Published: IAEN No. 43, Athens 1996, 419 pp. + CD-ROM
d. Youth organisations
16. Dimitris Dimitropoulos, Eudokia Olympitou, Documentary Evidence for the History of EPON. Published: IAEN no. 35 (Athens 2000), 263 pp.
17. Ioanna Papathanasiou – Polina Iordanidou – Anda Kapola – Tassos Sakellaropoulos – Ageliki Christodoulou, The Lambrakis Democratic Youth: seeking the identity of young people in the 1960s decade. Archive-history-memory. Published: IAEN No. 47, Athens 2008, 679 pp + CD.
18. Leonidas Kallivretakis, Documenting the events of November 1973. Chronicle, Map, Prosopography.
e. Greek youth abroad
19. Calliope Polemi, Eleutheria Zei, Greek Youth in the Eastern Europet: Documentary Evidence from the Modern Social History Archives. Cf. Calliope Polemi, ‘Greek youth in Eastern Europe 1948-1968: documentary evidence from the Modern Social History Archives’, Ta Historica 14 vol. 27 (Dec. 1997), pp. 445-450.
20. Giorgos Kokkinos – Eleni Fournaraki, Physical training in education (1833 – 1929). Data collection. See 3rd Symposium Nos. 23, 24.
21. Costas Sofianos, Child and Youth in Greek Law (1833-1900). Published: IAEN no. 16, vols. I, II (Athens 1987), xviii + 1055 pp.
I. LEARNING AND EDUCATION
a. Primary and Secondary Education
22. Charalambos Noutsos, The Child in Modern Greek Pedagogics. The Traditional Approach. See 1st Symposium, no. 25
23. Panagiotis Papaconstantinou, Apostolis Andreou, The Development of Pedagogical Thought and Teacher Training (1875-1914). Teacher Training Programmes, Teachers, Bibliography of Pedagogical Books and Periodicals. Published: Colleges of Education and the Development of Pedagogical Thought 1875-1914 (Athens: Odysseas, 1992), 309 pp.
24. Epaminondas Papageorgiou, Liberal Pedagogical Approaches in Greece (1944-1964).
25. Eleni Kalafati, Primary School Buildings (1821-1929). From Specifications to Planning.
Published: IAEN no. 8 (Athens 1988), 278 pp. + tables.
26. David Antoniou, Reformation Plans and Reformation Attempts in Greek Secondary Education in the Nineteenth Century. Published: The Beginnings of Educational Planning in the Modern Greek State: The Plan of the 1833 Committee, (Athens: Patakis, 1992), 221 pp.
27. Sideroula Ziogou-Karastergiou, Secondary Education for Girls in Greece (1830-1893). Published: IAEN no. 2 (Athens 1986), 467 pp.
28. Sidiroula Ziogou-Karastergiou, Secondary Education for Girls in Greece (1893-1929). Historical development and Controversial Issues.
29. Alexandra Bakalaki, Eleni Elegmitou, Education in ‘Domestic Matters’ and Women’s Duties (1830-1929). Published: IAEN no. 9 (Athens 1987), 302 pp.
30. Charalambos Charitos, Volos Girls’ School (1908-1914). Published: IAEN no. 20, vols. I, II (Athens 1989) 400 + 467 pp.
31. Lina Ventura, Secondary Education History Textbooks Between the Wars. Cf. Doctoral dissertation: L’histoire dans l’enseignement secondaire en Grèce entre les guerres: Permanences et innovations, Université Paris I (Paris 1990).
32. Maria Palla, Historical Awareness of Greek Teenagers. Cf. ‘Environment in and outside school and historical awareness’, Ta Historica 7, nos. 12-13 (Jan-Dec. 1990), pp. 217-22.
33. Stephanos Papageorgiou, Education in Naval Schools (1828-1909).
34. Alexis Dimaras, Eleutheria Kopsida-Messini, Pupils Representative Bodies in Greece. The Evolution of an Institution (1920-1981). See 1st Symposium, no. 29.
35. Dimitris Kyrtaras, Issues of Ethical Education in Later Antiquity. Published: IAEN no. 24 (Athens, 1994), 183 pp.
36. David Antoniou, Neophytos Nikitoplos (1795-1846): A Teacher’s Unfulfilled Hopes. Cf. David Antoniou, Neophytos Nikitoplos (1795-1846). The Life Journey of a Teacher from Dimitsana Between Hope and Reality. (Athens 1998), 40 pp.
37. Yannis Kokkonas, The Pupils of the Central School (1830-1834). Published: IAEN no. 31 (Athens 1997), 809 pp.
38. Costas Sofianos, Poetry Teaching in Primary and Secondary Education.
39. Lydia Emm. Papadaki, Greek Teacher Training Colleges in the Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Empire.
40. Despina Karakatsani, Educational practices and school ethics in primary school during the first post-war period (1950 – 1975).
41. Athena Hadjidimitriou, Depictions of the education of young people in Attic vase-painting in Ancient and Classical times.
42. Constantinos Tabakis, Training of men and women teachers in physics science in the period 1835 – 1935.
44. Angeliki Fenerli, The First Students of the Athens “Polytechnion”. See 1st Symposium, no. 10.
45. Nikos Filis, The Students of the University of Athens Between the Wars.
46. Antonia Mertyri, Artistic Education of Young People in Greece (1836-1945). Published: IAEN no. 36 (Athens 2000), 703 pp.
II. YOUNG PEOPLE AND THE ARMY
47. Stratis Bournazos, Military Training and National Ideology. The Case of Macronisos Prison Camp (1947-1954). See 3rd Symposium, no. 8.
48. Nikos Rotzokos – Giorgos Angelopoulos – Pavlos Pantazis – Antonis Sapountzis, Young People and the Army. Aspects of the critical rationale of the young in regard to military service (1981 - 1995).
49. Panayiotis Grigoriou, Young People and the Army. Representations symbolic systems and forms of sociability of the youth in the military in Greece in the period 1918 – 1923.
III. MATTERS OF SOCIAL INTEGRATION
50. Stella Georgoudi, “Kouroi” and “Kores”, Similarities and Differences Between Boys’ and Girls’ Initiation Rites and Practices in Ancient Greece. See 1st Symposium, no. 12.
51. Sophia Petta, New forms of religiosity in modern Greece (1974 – 2003): the procedures of individualization and the religious quests of the young.
52. Anna Angelopoulou, Fairytale and Mythic Discourse. The Miraculous Birth of the Hero: A Study of his Path of Initiation. Cf. Doctoral Dissertation: La naissance merveilleuse et le destin du héros dans le conte grec, EHESS (Paris 1988).
c. Welfare and repressive mechanisms
54. Christos Loukos, Exposed Infants: First Victims of a Society’s Pathology in the Nineteenth Century). Cf. ‘The exposed infants of Ermoupolis’, Essays offered by his Students to the University professor Vas. Sfyroera (Athens 1992), pp. 247-264.
55. Pelagia Marketou, The Athens Municipal Foundling Hospital: Welfare and Infant Neglect in Athens (from the 19th to the early 20th Century).
56. Maria Korasidou, The Role of the Child in the Processes of Family Transformation in Nineteenth-Century Athens. Published: IAEN no. 29 (Athens 1995), 263 pp.
57. Vasso Theodorou, Welfare and Suppressive Mechanisms. The Organisation and Operation of the ‘Amalieio’ and ‘Zanneio’ Orphanages in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century. Cf. ‘Philanthropy and the city. Orphans and homeless children in Piraeus circa 1875’, Mnimon 14 (1992), pp. 71-90; ‘Orphanage disciplinary systems and labour in the second half of the nineteenth century’, Mnimon 21 (1999), pp. 55-84.
58. Rica Benveniste, Juvenile Crime and Family Violence. The Child in Nineteenth-Century Law. Published: Penal Suppression of Juvenile Crime in the Nineteenth Century (1833-1911). (Athens/Komotini: Sakkoulas, 1994), 214 pp.
59. Katerina Marinaki-Vasiliadi, Prisons for Young Offenders in Greece. The Evolution of an Institution (1924-1982). See 1st Symposium, no. 5.
60. Maria Korasidou, Natural Survival and the Protection of Children’s Health in Nineteenth-Century Greece. See 2nd Symposium, no. 6. Published: When Illness Threatens. Maintenance and control of the health of the population in 19th century Greece (1910-1939), (Athens 2002), 238 pp.
61. Tassoula Vervenioti, The Queen’s ‘Children’s Villages’. Philanthropy and Nationalism (1947-1950).
d. Apprenticeship and Labour
63. Christos Constantinopoulos, Apprenticeship in the Builders’ ‘Companies’ (Guilds) of the Peloponnese. Published: IAEN no. 4 (Athens 1987), 136 pp.
64. Michalis Riginos, Forms of Child Labour and the Structure of Industry in Greece (1909-1936). Published: IAEN no. 27 (Athens 1995), 173 pp.
65. Panayiota Saliba, Women Workers in Nineteenth-Century Greece. See 3rd Symposium, no. 5. Doctoral dissertation: Le profil de l’ouvrière dans l’industrie et l’artisanat en Grèce (1870-1922), Université de Paris I (1999), 485 pp. Published: IAEN no. 37 (Athens 2002 and 22004) 366 pp.
66. Zizi Saliba, A maidservant in the Greek town (1834 – 1940).
e. Youth Organisations
67. Rena Stavridi-Patrikiou, The ‘Student Company’ (1910 – 1929). See 1st Symposium, No. 40
68. Antonis Liakos, Thessaloniki’s youth organizations (1900 – 1936). See 1st Symposium, No. 35 and cf. The appearance of the youth organizations. The example of Thessaloniki, Athens, Lotos, 1988, 81pp.
69. Gunnar Hering, The E.O.N. Cf. ‘Aspecte der Kulturpolitik des Metaxas-Regimes (1936 – 1940), Reinhard Lauer – Peter Schreiner (ed.), Die Kultur Griechenlands in Mettelalter und Neuzeit, Göttingen 1996, pp 285-321.
70. Costas Tsiknakis, The ‘Association of Students from Lesvos’ of Athens University (1924 – 1925).
71. Christina Koulouri, Athletics and aspects of urban sociability. Gymnastic and sports associations (1870 – 1922). Published: IAEN No. 32, Athens 1997, p 447. French abridged version: Christina Koulouri, Sport et société bourgeoise. Les associations sportives en Grèce 1870 – 1922, Paris – Montreal, L’Harmattan, 2000, 306 pp.
72. Gioula Koutsopanagou, The non-governmental youth organizations : Boy Scouts, Girl Guides, YMCA, YWCA in Greece (1910 – 1939).
73. Polykarpos Karamouzis, The Religious Youth in modern Greek society in the course of the twentieth century. Organizational form and ideological-political operation.
f. Demographic aspects of youth - assumption of social roles - symbolic codes - attitudes
74. Matoula Tomara-Sideri, Nikos Sideris, Constitution and Succession of Generations in Nineteenth-Century Greece: the Demographic Evolution of Youth. Published: IAEN no. 4, (Athens 1986), 231 pp.
75. Agapoula Kotsi, Morbidity and mortality of children and young people during the 20th century in Greece. Published: IAEN No. 46, Athens 2008, 311 pp.
76. Despo Kritsotaki – Vassia Lekka,Childhood and youth in psychiatric and neurological theory and practice: the example of the out-patients’ surgeries of the Aiginiteio Hospital (1904 – 1939).
77. Maria Papathanasiou, Everyday Life and Socialisation of Children in a Mountain Village of Dorida (1900-1940). See 3rd Symposium, no. 4. Published: IAEN No. 38 (Athens 2002), 287 pp.
78. Eugenia Bournova, The Youth of Rapsani: A Study in Twentieth-Century Social History and Historical Demography. Published: Historical Demography and History of Everyday Life in Rapsani from 1900 to 1950. (Athens: Plethron, 1995), 159 pp.
79. Constantina Bada, Child and Youth Dress Codes and their Socio-historical Equivalent in ‘Traditional’ Greek Society. Published: Child and Youth Dress Codes. Their Socio-historical Equivalent. (Ioannina: University of Ioannina, 1993), 145 pp. + 54 photos.
80. Antonia Kiousopoulou, The Age of Political Staff in the Revolution of 1821 and the Period of Kapodistria. See 1st Symposium, no. 39 and ‘The Identity of the Members of the Second National Assembly’, The Revolution of 1821. Essays in memoriam of Despina Themeli-Katifori (Athens 1994), pp. 63-92.
81. Euthymia Vaikousi, Books on Moral Conduct and the Formation of Youth Behaviour in Greece (Mid-Eighteenth to Mid-Nineteenth Century). See 1st Symposium, no. 17.
82. Anna Matthaiou, The Cycle of Childhood. Forms of Behaviour and Perceptions of the
Child in the Depictions of the Period of Ottoman rule. See 3rd Symposium, no. 14.
83. Antonia Kiousopoulou, Time and Age in Byzantine Society. The Scale of the Ages of Man From the Saints’ Lives of the Middle Period (Seventh to Eleventh Century). Published: IAEN no. 30 (Athens 1997), 167 pp.
84. George Margaritis, Youth and Self-destructive Tendencies: Epidemics of Youth Suicide in Twentieth-Century Greece (1896-1940).
Cf. 'Female suicides at the turn of the century', Humans at the Edge. Death as a Choice, National Research Institute. Communication of Science. Special Cultural Events, Athens, 2002, pp. 49-69.
85. Klio Gougouli, Play and Childhood in Laographic Collections (1850-1950. Ideological starting points, functions and practices.
IV. MENTALITIES AND BEHAVIOUR
a. Youth in art and literature
86. Ilias Antonopoulos, The Depiction of Childhood and Youth in Traditional and Ritual Art. See 1st Symposium, no. 16.
87. Nikos Hadjinikolaou, The Denial of Avant-Garde and the Discovery of Hellenism. A Greek: Pikionis, Papaloukas, Kontoglou (1914-1930).
88. Eleni Machaira, The Youth of the 4th of August. Depictions. Published: IAEN no. 13 (Athens 1987), 216 pp.
89. Vassiliki Koliva, The Young Man of the 1930s Through Fascist Propaganda, Intellectual
Perceptions of the Period and their Literary Repercussions on the Work of the “Generation of 1930”. See 1st Symposium, no 31.
90. Theodoros Grammatas, The Youth’s Role in and Relationship with the System in Twentieth-Century Greek Theatre. Published: Modern Greek Theatre and Society. Youth versus the System in Twentieth-Century Greek Theatre, (Athens: Stef. D. Vassilopoulos, 1990), 206 pp.
91. Eri Stavropoulou, Children and Youths in Nineteenth-Century Prose. See 2nd Symposium, no. 41.
92. Vassiliki Kontogianni, Types of the Young Hero in Nineteenth-Century Greek Novels (1839-1879).
93. Marietta Servou, Youths in ‘Popular Fiction’ (1840-1860). See 3rd Symposium, no. 17.
94. Lia Papadaki, The Model of Puberty in Sikelianos. Published: IAEN no. 28 (Athens 1995), 159 pp.
95. Angela Kastrinaki, Youth and Youthful Discourse in Greek Prose. The Author’s Relationship with Youth through Narrative Techniques and Youthful Discourse. Published: The Adventures of Youth. The Generation Gap in Greek Prose (1890-1945) (Athens: Kastaniotis, 1995), 500 pp.
96. Elise-Anne Delveroudi, Youths in Greek Cinema Comedies (1950-1970). See 3rd Symposium No. 20. Published: IAEN No. 40, Athens 2004, 560 pp.
97. Costas Katsapis, Social history of the rock and roll phenomenon, 1955 – 1967). Published: IAEN No. 45, Athens 2007, 463 pp.
98. Costas Katsapis, Sympathy for the Devil; Composition, rationales and practices of the Anti-rock movement in Greece (1964 – 1974).
b. Children’s and teenage literature and pulp fiction
99. Charis Kambouridis, Greek Serialised Adventure Comics for Children (1949-1967) and their Role in Forming Contemporary Child Ideology. See 1st Symposium, no. 32.
100. Vicky Patsiou, ‘Diaplasis ton Paidon’ (‘Child Education’). Published: IAEN no 15 (Athens 1987), 236 pp. Second edition, Athens: Kastaniotis, 1995, 271 pp.
101. Rania Polykandrioti, Aristotelis Kourtidis and Children’s Literature. Published: IAEN no 48 (Athens 2011). See also 3rd Symposium, no. 18.
V. GREEK YOUTH ABROAD
102. Aloe Sideri, Greek Students at the University of Pisa (1806-1861). Published: IAEN no. 21, vol. I (Athens 1989), 404 pp.; vol. II (1989-1994), 405-687 pp.
103. Constantina Zorbala, Greek Students in Nineteenth-Century Germany. See 3rd Symposium, no. 2.