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Dr. Irene Anastasiadou

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Dr. Anastasiadou has studied history and philosophy of science at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece). She did her PhD on Transnationalism and Railways in the Interbellum (Amsterdam University Press 2012) at the Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences of the University of Technology Eindhoven (The Netherlands). Since 2014, Dr. Anastasiadou is an IPODI fellow at TUB and teaches at the Center for Cultural Studies on Science and Technology in China.

Professional development and academic training

Recent employment
Forthcoming
09/2017 - 02/2018
(with a possibility for an extension to 04/2018)​
Visiting Fellow
Shanghai Institute for the History of Global Development, Shanghai University,
China
09/2014 - 08/2016
IPODI Marie Curie Fellow
Project Title: Railways and Europe - Asian Relations, 1940s - Present.
Technical University Berlin
Education
09/2004 - 01/2009
PhD
Thesis title: In Search of a Railway Europe: Transnational Railway Developments in Interwar Europe
Date of award: 12. 01. 2009
Department of Engineering and Innovation Sciences (IE&IS), Eindhoven University of Technology
Research funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO),
The Netherlands
09/1999 - 08/2003
Master of Arts
History and Philosophy of Science and Technology
University of Athens and Humanities and Social Sciences Group
National Technical University of Athens,
Greece
09/1995 - 08/1999
Bachelor of Arts
Philosophy and History of Science Department, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Forthcoming publications

    • The Southern TAR, submitted to the Journal of Transport History, under review (title still provisional)​
    • The Transnational Dynamics of Infrastructure Governance on the Transport Sector in Contemporary Asia, in Zeitschrift für Weltgesichte, forthcoming
    • The Southern TAR: A Global Project in the Context of the Cold War. In Roth, Ralf, Jacolin, Henry and Veron, Paul (ed) in Rail Routes from the Baghdad Railway to the New Silk Road (19th to 21st Centuries) – Utopian Dreams, Past Achievements, and Future Prospects for Rail Transport, Ashgate, forthcoming

Courses at the China Center TUB

Semester
Title
Type
SS 2017
Iron Silk Roads: Transport and Mobility in Modern Asia
HS/SE
SS 2016
Iron Silk Roads: Modern Asian History Through the Lenses of the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility

HS/SE

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