CHS Associate in Modern Greek History. Academic Coordinator of the "High School Research Project on the Greek War of Independence 1821"
- Laboratory Teaching Staff of History at the University of Crete
Dr. Emmanouil (Manos) G. Chalkiadakis teaches History (especially Modern and Contemporary History, interdisciplinary dimensions and approaches) at the University of Crete (Department of Primary Education) and he is a CHS Associate in Modern Greek History (Political, Social, Ecclesiastical, and Military History). Dr. Chalkiadakis was a Research Associate at the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies (IOCS), Cambridge, and a Senior Associate of St Antony's College, University of Oxford. He also taught History at the Patriarchal University Ecclesiastical Academy of Crete. He has given lectures at the Universities of Oxford (St Antony's College, European Studies Centre, South East European Studies), Cambridge (IOCS), Harvard (CHS Greece) and Vienna (Institute of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies). He studied at the Universities of Crete, Thessaloniki and Oxford (BA, MPhil, Diploma, PhD, two PostDocs). He has received 10 scholarships and grants from the "Greek State Scholarships Foundation", the "Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation", the "John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation", the "Foundation for Culture and Education Andreas Lentakis", the University of Crete and the "Österreichische Gesellschaft für Neugriechische Studien".