Andreas Stergiou is a historian and political scientist who teaches at the Department of Economics of the University of Thessaly. He is also a Teaching Fellow at the Greek Open University.
Dr. Stergiou’s research interests include analysis of political parties and modern history of international relations and foreign policy on which he has published extensively in Greek, English, German and French.
He has a B.A. in history from Ionian University, in Greece, as well as a Master's degree and PhD in contemporary history and political science from the University of Mannheim, in Germany. His post-doctoral work focused on Greece and transatlantic relations at Ionian University, Greece. He also conducted a postdoctoral seminar on American politics and political thought at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in the United States.
His selected academic career phases include Research Fellow, Department of Modern History, University of Mannheim (2000), Project: Constitutional Comparison of the European Countries; Teaching Fellow, National School of Public Administration (Postgraduate level), Athens, Greece (2006-2012); Teaching Fellow, Diplomatic Academy of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2004); Visiting Professor, University of Heidelberg (September 2009); Visiting Research Fellow, Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University in Israel (2013).