Short biographical note
S. Vandoros is Assistant Professor in Political Science, and Modern and Contemporary Political Theory at the Department of Political Science and International Relations where he has been teaching since 2007. His research interests include modern political theory, theory of democracy, the Greek political system, and political ideologies. His current research is focused on the relation between extremism and democracy. He studied Political Science and International Relations at Panteion University (1995). He holds an MA in Social and Political Theory from the University of Sussex (1997) and a PhD in Political Theory from Panteion University (2004). He conducted postdoctoral research in Social Sciences under the auspices of the Athens School of Fine Arts (2007). He has teaching experience in vocational training and in creative reading seminars. He has working experience in book reviewing.