Found 385 courses
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social sciences  subject

History of Institutions

Kalliopi Papakonstantinou, Sofia Tzortzakaki-Tzaridou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Τhe course History of Institutions is an optional course about special legal institutions of Ottoman Property Law and their lasting validity in contemporary Greek Property Law. It also concludes study and commentary of modern jurisprudence, especially of the Greek Supreme Court (Areios Pagos).

social sciences  subject

History of Greek and Roman Law

Kalliopi Papakonstantinou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Chronological periods and sources of Greek and Roman law. Basic elements and institutions in the legislations of Charondas, Zaleykos, in the city of Lakedaimonians, of Athenians and of Cretans. Basic elements and institutions of ancient Rome during the periods of regnum, respublica and imperium romanum.

humanities and arts subject

Ecological Interpretation of the New Testament

Aikaterini Tsalampouni - Undergraduate - (A+)
Pastoral and Social Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

During the course the students will get acquainted with the method of ecological interpretation of the New Testament as this has been developed recently and they will (a) investigate whether this can be enriched by principles and conceptions of the Orthodox hermeneutical and theological tradition, (b) apply the method on selected New Testament texts, and (c) will evaluate whether and in what respect such an interpretative approach of the biblical text cal offer answers to a contemporary issue, that of ecology, realizing at the same time the potential aw well aw the limits of the biblical text.

humanities and arts subject

Contemporary French theater

Kalliopi Exarchou - Undergraduate - (A-)
French Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

At the end of the 20th century the status of hybridity in literature expands and is being consolidated. Already in 1970 evidence of this genre mixing is detected, which in the theater takes dimensions often classified as "hazardous". More specifically, it is the drama after 1970 which is at the heart of this course, which through a thematic and figural approach of texts aims at discovering the evolution of theatrical writing which in recent years is developed in the axis of genres dialogue and especially the dramatic/epic one.

humanities and arts subject

Physical Space and Educational Processes

Dimitrios Germanos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Early Childhood Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course studies the elements that underpin the pedagogical quality of space. It explores both the characteristics of the organization of space, as well as the momentum that is growing within the relationship "child - space" and examines their connection possibilities in the educational process. Finally, it suggests space conversions into "educational field", ie into a physical unity that will provide the framework and the stimulus for the educational process.

natural sciences subject

Economics and Management of Farm and Agricultural Businesses

Thomas Bournaris - Undergraduate - (A-)
Faculty of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Principles of production economics. Farm as an economic unit. Farm types, Farm management. Definition of management. The farmer as manager. Management of farm inputs. Decision making process. Methods of organization or reorganization farms.

engineering subject

Documentary on Architecture

Nikoloas Tsinikas - Undergraduate - (A+)
Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The creation of short documentary film on themes and individuals on architecture

social sciences  subject

INSTITUTIONS OF EUROPEAN PEOPLES (19th-20th centuries)

Kiriakos Kiriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

In this course we compare the law of the Russian Orthodox Church with the canon law of the Catholic Church.

engineering subject

Semiconductor Materials: Theory & Devices

George Litsardakis - Undergraduate - (A)
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

a) Theory of semiconductor elements: Theoretical elements’ principles. Semiconductor’s conductivity. Doped semiconductors. Semiconductors in non-equilibrium conditions. Semiconductors’ properties mesurements. b) Semiconductors’ instrumentation working principles: Manufacturing technology. P-N contact, P-N diode. Bi-polar transistor. Contact FET. MOS transistor.

humanities and arts subject

Interlinguistic Communication

Eleni Kassapi - Postgraduate - (A+)
Italian Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

unit 1: general information on the content unit 2: comments and protocols of translations unit 3: translation and signification of the original unit 4: translation acts and tensions unit 5: examples of distance learning unit 6: translation and publications unit 7: validity of the original and post translations evaluation of quality unit 8: fragments of the letters of Saint Paul unit 9: historical research and translation unit 10: interthematic research and translation